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by Carly Dell Health care in the United States is an ever-changing industry. Between technology advances, new legislation, an aging baby boomer population, and increasing specialization, nurses have had to adjust to major shifts within all types of health care … Continue reading
Go For That Nursing Career and Bring Your Friends: A Consumer’s Voice about the Important Role of Nurses
By Robert Conrad Let’s face it; the field of nursing can extremely stressful. Not only do nurses have to address the immediate needs of their patients, they also have to worry about potential malpractice suits, bullying from patients and co-workers … Continue reading