Use the "Design Your Ideal Nursing Career" digital edition to begin forging a path to a solid, satisfying career. Take advantage of exclusive articles exploring topics such as searching for the perfect job, resume writing and returning to school.
Patients in the ICU might have another alternative for pain control and sedation, in the form of a drug approved as an anesthetic nearly 50 years ago. Ketamine is being used more regularly as an option over opioids to control pain and sedate patients.
Continuing education benefits both nurses and patients. The wide range of CE courses available at Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning equip nurses with the latest knowledge and information to help them keep their skills fresh and stay aware of cutting-edge trends in patient care.
From pain management and alarm fatigue to connecting with patient families, Critical Care Nursing Trends You Should Know, is a digital edition that provides you with essential tips and information on the specialty.
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In the Nurse.com "Explore If Med-Surg Nursing Is the Right Fit" digital edition you'll find everything you need to know about how med-surg nursing uses every skill nurses have to care for complex patient cases.
The Houston Chronicle recently took special notice of Nurse.com by OnCourse Learning’s 2018 Nursing Salary Research Report and, in particular, the gender pay gap on which the report cast a glaring light.
Nurses looking to take their autoimmune disease and cancer treatment research to the next level have an opportunity to fund those efforts through DAISY Foundation grants. Nurses can apply through Sept. 5.
Twenty-five hospitals and health systems made Forbes' list of America’s Best Employers in 2018. The list included Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine and Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic. Hospitals in Indiana, Illinois, Texas, California, Utah, New York and Florida also made the list.