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The Emotional World of Operating Room (OR) Nurses

May 19, 2015

Being an operating room nurse means being focused, disciplined and a team player. “It is a high stress working environment. But it is so rewarding seeing the problem and usually being able to fix it,” says Kelly Jewell, perioperative clinical coordinator at Fremont Health in Fremont. Neb. “I work in a great area of nursing […]


Exciting Stories from the ER

May 5, 2015

As an emergency room nurse, you never know what’s coming in that door next. It could be someone with stab wounds, a baby in distress, bus accident victims or an elderly man with pneumonia. “The best part about being an emergency room nurse is that moment you know you’ve changed someone’s life. Sometimes, it is […]


How Travel Made Me a Better Nurse – One Nurse’s Decision to Hit the Road

April 16, 2015

For me, deciding to become a travel nurse, was way more of a personal goal than a professional one. Even before starting nursing school, I knew that traveling was an activity I enjoyed and even think it played a role in me becoming a nurse in the first place. I am going to share my […]


7 Tech Breakthroughs that will Make You a Better Nurse

April 2, 2015

It’s impossible to think back even a few years ago and not be able to identify how some significant technology upgrade has changed the way you live, work, or play. The same is true for those who work in the healthcare industry, especially for those who are on the front lines of patient care – […]


The Rewards and Trials of PICU Nursing

March 27, 2015

No one ever said that a nursing career was easy on the mind, body, or soul, but one specialization in particular – pediatric ICU (PICU) nursing – comes with a unique set of challenges. On the flipside, however, it’s hard to find a more rewarding career. Pediatric ICU nurses are often the saving grace in […]