Experienced hospice nurse pens end-of-life care book

By | 2022-02-21T17:35:43-05:00 January 1st, 2015|

Linda Norlander, RN Death may be a part of life, but nurses in many settings may not feel comfortable caring for terminal patients and their families. An experienced hospice nurse provides some guidance in the new book, “To Comfort Always: A Nurse’s Guide to End-of-Life Care, 2nd Ed,” which was published this year. The

What nursing jobs have less paperwork than hospice?

By | 2022-02-18T14:44:23-05:00 October 20th, 2014|

Donna Cardillo, RN, MA, well-known career guru, is Nurse.com’s “Dear Donna” and author of “Your First Year as a Nurse: Making the Transition from Total Novice to Successful Professional” and “The ULTIMATE Career Guide for Nurses: Practical Advice for Thriving at Every Stage of Your Career.” Information about the books is available at www.Nurse.com/CE/7010 and www.Nurse.com/CE/7250, respectively. To ask Donna your question, go to www.Nurse.com/Asktheexperts/Deardonna. Find a “Dear Donna” seminar near you: Call 800-866-0919 or visit http://www. Nurse.com/Events.

The hospice nurse: What’s in your toolkit?

By | 2022-05-05T12:30:49-04:00 September 15th, 2014|

Like each and every specialty in nursing, hospice nurses are one of a kind. It takes a special skillset to work as a hospice nurse, taking care of patients and their families who are at the end of life. These are some tools that belong in the hospice nurse toolkit. Tell us what we missed!