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A collection of articles aimed at student nurses and nurses just entering the profession.
Toth, Jennifer Less
Nursing. 45(2):19, February 2015.
From cancer patient to nursing student
Ahlemeyer, Jessica; Mahon, Maureen
Ahlemeyer, Jessica; Mahon, Maureen Less
Nursing. 44(12):21-22, December 2014.
Darby, Mark Less
Nursing. 44(10):69, October 2014.
Learning outside a classroom in Brazil
Niemi, Judith; McErlane, Kimberly; Vasseur, M. Megan; More
Niemi, Judith; McErlane, Kimberly; Vasseur, M. Megan; Bohl, Susan Less
Nursing. 44(9):18-21, September 2014.
Glennon, Rian Less
Nursing. 44(8):18, August 2014.
Wehbe, Ashia Less
Nursing. 44(6):22, June 2014.
Rosati, L. Jane
Rosati, L. Jane Less
Nursing. 44(5):49-52, May 2014.
How you prepare for, respond during, and act after a job interview may be the difference between success and failure. Review the pointers presented here, then practice and prepare for that critical interview.
Koopman, Jessica Less
Nursing. 44(5):22-24, May 2014.
Stalter, Ann M.; Keister, Kathy; Ulrich, Deborah L.; More
Stalter, Ann M.; Keister, Kathy; Ulrich, Deborah L.; Smith, Sherrill Less
Nursing. 44(4):46-49, April 2014.
If you have an ADN or diploma, this practical guide will help you select an RN-to-BSN program in an organized, efficient way.
Nursing. 44(3):50-53, March 2014.
After reviewing the key reasons for earning a BSN, seasoned nurses can leap common obstacles to further education by following these guidelines.
Wright, Jamie Less
Nursing. 44(2):30, February 2014.
Maine, Jillian Less
Nursing. 43(12):12, December 2013.
Becoming a patient advocate
Demo, Douglas A.
Demo, Douglas A. Less
Nursing. 43(10):9, October 2013.
Wanting to make a difference
Johanson, Linda S.
Johanson, Linda S. Less
Nursing. 43(9):14-20, September 2013.
Natale, Mary Lou De; Sabatini, Lisa M.
Natale, Mary Lou De; Sabatini, Lisa M. Less
Nursing. 43(8):60-63, August 2013.
Participating in a nursing partnership and global immersion project, nurses and nursing students improved their cultural competence while providing health education to residents of a small Central American town.
Costedio, Erin; Powers, Jamie; Stuart, Tammy L.
Costedio, Erin; Powers, Jamie; Stuart, Tammy L. Less
Nursing. 43(8):18-19, August 2013.
Moving change-of-shift report to the bedside
Flateau-Lux, Laura R.; Gravel, Tammy
Flateau-Lux, Laura R.; Gravel, Tammy Less
Nursing. 43(6):24-28, June 2013.
Also called horizontal violence, bullying involves psychological and social harassment perpetrated by nurses against other nurses. First identified over two decades ago, this troubling phenomenon persists today. Be part of the solution by taking the practical steps outlined in this article.
Thomas, Rachel C.
Thomas, Rachel C. Less
Nursing. 43(6):18-19, June 2013.
Observing electroconvulsive therapy
Chancellor, Joanna Less
Nursing. 43(4):68-69, April 2013.
Smith, Linda S.
Smith, Linda S. Less
Nursing. 43(2):16,18, February 2013.
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