In the digital edition, called Your Nurse Salary Guide, we present substantive information on what nurses can expect to make and what matters to nurses when it comes to overall compensation.
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.
The mainstream media still does not turn to nurses when looking for healthcare sources. To change this, nurses need to start sending their messages and touting their expertise outside of their inner circles.
Men in nursing make about $6,000 more than female nurses, according to a Nurse.com salary report. What can close this gender pay gap? The report says obtaining nursing certification can help.
A study published in the April 2018 issue of Critical-Care Nurse looked at combat casualty care provided to trauma patients. Improving outcomes depends not just on physicians, but on healthcare providers with the right training and experience, such as critical care nurses and paramedics.
My work on the Theory of Human Caring is founded on the principle that practicing kindness, compassion and equanimity toward yourself is an important process to go through before you can be caring, loving and compassionate. Self-care is integral to a nurse’s job.
Twenty years ago, the Woodhull study found just 4% of quotations in newspaper healthcare stories were attributed to nurses. The Woodhull Study Revisited, which replicated the original research, found nurse representation in print media healthcare coverage hasn't improved.
Nurses are educated, ethical and engaged, and patients are all the better for it. I’ve been part of many National Nurses Week celebrations and each year I’ve become prouder to be a nurse and felt more privileged to call nurses “my colleagues.”
Organizations do a variety of things — from giveaways to receptions — to recognize nurses during Nurses Week. But does this serve the original intent of this week?
Happy National Nurses Week 2018! We’re celebrating one of nursing’s trailblazers — Florence Nightingale — and your contributions to healthcare in our National Nurses Week digital edition.