Associate dean of nursing graduate programs at American Sentinel University discusses the steps RNs can take to make a career change in nursing.
In big or small emergencies, the nurse is always in. Did you ever think about the many patient care situations emergency nurses are called upon to deal with, even during just one shift? “The waiting room is full.” “There’s an ambulance on the way.” “Get the cardiac team down here right now.” These are some
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Kathleen E. Carlson, RN Kathleen E. Carlson, MSN, RN, CEN, FAEN, an ED staff nurse at Sentara Virginia Beach (Va.) General Hospital, is the president of the Emergency Nurses Association. Carlson worked the majority of her career as an emergency and trauma nurse. She held positions as staff nurse, nurse educator, nurse manager