[{"ID":84555,"title":"Reduce Stress and Rediscover Your Passion for Caregiving","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/27\/reduce-stress-rediscover-passion-for-caregiving\/","featured":"https:\/\/wp.nurse.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/07\/Male-and-female-nurses-smiling-FB-GettyImages-1304125381.jpg","author":"Chris Caulfield, RN, NP-C","modified":"2021-07-30T15:46:25","read_more_text":"

Let\u2019s be honest. Nursing is rewarding, but also extremely stressful. Try these methods to reduce stress and get back to enjoying your life and your job.<\/p>\n"},{"ID":85433,"title":"Pandemic Patterns: Nurse’s Poem Vividly Describes Emotions of the Past Year","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/28\/pandemic-patterns-nurses-poem-describes-emotions-of-past-year\/","featured":"https:\/\/wp.nurse.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/07\/Woman-writing-in-journal-on-beach-FB-GettyImages-590301724.jpg","author":"Janette Sheldrick, BSN, RN","modified":"2021-07-28T12:12:46","read_more_text":"

RN Janette Sheldrick shares her poem, “Pandemic Patterns,” a vivid view through her eyes of the world and the daily rigors of nursing during the pandemic.<\/p>\n"},{"ID":82616,"title":"Nurse Residency Program Helps Successfully Transition New Nurses in Pandemic","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/07\/nurse-residency-program-helps-successfully-transition-new-nurses-in-pandemic\/","featured":"https:\/\/wp.nurse.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/06\/Two-nurses-GettyImages-493216353.jpg","author":"American Nurses Association","modified":"2021-07-20T16:09:12","read_more_text":"

A nurse residency program and good leaders provide the support nurses need to transition successfully and competently into their new roles.<\/p>\n"},{"ID":83664,"title":"Future of Nursing Report Calls for Greater Health Equity, Diversity","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/19\/future-of-nursing-report-calls-for-health-equity-diversity\/","featured":"https:\/\/wp.nurse.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/07\/Nurses-having-a-discussion-in-a-circle-FB-GettyImages-944493796.jpg","author":"John Roszkowski","modified":"2021-07-19T12:32:39","read_more_text":"

A new Future of Nursing report outlines key issues and goals for the nursing profession, including reducing healthcare inequities and improving outcomes.<\/p>\n"},{"ID":83667,"title":"Real Stories by Real Nurses: RN Trish Richardson Tells Her Nurse Story","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/14\/real-stories-by-real-nurses\/","featured":false,"author":"Nurse.com","modified":"2021-07-16T10:46:52","read_more_text":"

Put your headphones on and follow along as Trish Richardson tells her nurse story about a moment in her career that continues to take her breath away.<\/p>\n"},{"ID":83330,"title":"Lawsuit Examines Employee Rights During COVID-19 Pandemic","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/14\/lawsuit-examines-employee-rights-during-covid-19\/","featured":"https:\/\/wp.nurse.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/07\/Family-medical-leave-FB-GettyImages-1046404006.jpg","author":"Nancy J. Brent, MS, JD, RN","modified":"2021-07-13T12:20:44","read_more_text":"

An LPN files a lawsuit saying her employee rights were denied after she requests paid leave during the pandemic and is terminated soon after. <\/p>\n"},{"ID":82544,"title":"Find Your Personal Top 3 Ways to Build Resilience","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/12\/find-your-personal-top-3-ways-to-build-resilience\/","featured":"https:\/\/wp.nurse.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/07\/Resilience-plant-in-snow-FB-GettyImages-82848840.jpg","author":"Lisette Hilton","modified":"2021-07-12T17:31:02","read_more_text":"

From lavender inhalers to brain teasers and breathing exercises, there are several tools nurses can use to build resilience before the next crisis.<\/p>\n"},{"ID":82529,"title":"Student Fears Charge May Keep Her From an RN License","link":"https:\/\/www.nurse.com\/blog\/2021\/07\/06\/student-fears-charge-may-keep-her-from-an-rn-license\/","featured":"https:\/\/wp.nurse.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/06\/Computer-password-FB-GettyImages-591196797.jpg","author":"Nancy J. Brent, MS, JD, RN","modified":"2021-07-06T15:47:06","read_more_text":"

A nursing student says she’s innocent of misdemeanor charges. But could a conviction keep her from getting the RN license she’s been working toward?<\/p>\n"}]