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October 2001 - Volume 31 - Issue 10
pp: 6-35,32hn1-32hn4,32hn5-32hn5,32hn8-32hn8

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Supporting your patient after a near-death experience

WIMBUSH, FRANCES B.; HARDIE, THOMAS; HAYES, EVELYN

Nursing2001. 31(10):48-49, October 2001.

While recovering from a brush with death, your patient may wrestle with haunting memories she can't explain. You can help her find meaning in the experience by following these guidelines.


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Destination: Hawaii

Hinson-Smith, Vicki

Nursing2001. 31(10):4-11, October 2001.

Taking a travel nursing assignment at a facility in Hawaii is the best way some nurses have found to enjoy the lush beauty of the islands without incurring the hefty price tag paid by vacationers. But don't rush in blindly; know what to expect from the housing, the hospitals, and the culture.


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Welcome to the wireless world

Smith, James P.

Nursing2001. 31(10):12-20, October 2001.

Essentials for a traveling nurse? Staying connected and staying organized. Laptop computers, wireless phones, and personal digital assistants can help you do both.


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Travel nursing goes rural

Hinson-Smith, Vicki

Nursing2001. 31(10):22-28, October 2001.

In the smaller towns and rural communities of America, fravel nurses are in demand. The rewards of these assignments are many, according to nurses who've sampled life in the slower lane.


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