Nursing News

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Nursing is a very dynamic career field requiring that professionals stay current on emerging trends, the latest developments and techniques, and the latest news. Professional journals are an excellent source of medical information, but sometimes you just want to know about things going on within the nursing profession. The LPN to RN Nursing News page provides the latest news from across the field of nursing from sources like American Journal of Nursing and Nurse.com; updated regularly and presented in a simple format. When you find a topic of interest, just click on the headline and you will be taken to the full article, which will always open in a new window so when you are done you can easily return here to review additional headlines of interest.

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  • Earn an MSN and forge a path toward advanced specialization September 18, 2017
    The country needs more NPs. Nurses who complete an MSN nurse practitioner program can then specialize in pediatrics, family practice, oncology and more. The post Earn an MSN and forge a path toward advanced specialization appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Sallie Jimenez
  • Christus nurses land in San Antonio before Hurricane Harvey hits September 14, 2017
    Thirteen nurses from Christus Health System in eastern Texas headed San Antonio to help colleagues deal with Hurricane Harvey's wrath. The post Christus nurses land in San Antonio before Hurricane Harvey hits appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Karen Schmidt, RN
  • Nurses have tools to help prevent sepsis September 12, 2017
    September is National Sepsis Awareness Month. Several organizations are educating the public and healthcare professionals on how to prevent the condition. The post Nurses have tools to help prevent sepsis appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Sallie Jimenez
  • Can a web tool help steer pain sufferers away from opioids? September 8, 2017
    Nurse researchers will find out whether a web-based tool can actually help curb patients' use of opioids for chronic pain and reduce opioid addiction rates. The post Can a web tool help steer pain sufferers away from opioids? appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Sallie Jimenez
  • There’s a lesson or two in Utah nurse’s shocking arrest September 1, 2017
    A Utah nurse is arrested for doing her job. The incident is a reminder of why policies are in place and that protecting patients isn't always easy. The post There’s a lesson or two in Utah nurse’s shocking arrest appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Jennifer Mensik, PhD, RN, FAAN
  • Here’s how to help Hurricane Harvey victims August 31, 2017
    Nurses and other medical professionals are lining up to give of themselves toward the rescue and recovery happening in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The post Here’s how to help Hurricane Harvey victims appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Sallie Jimenez
  • Nurses called to help Hurricane Harvey relief efforts August 29, 2017
    Nurses and physicians in the National Guard are being called to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, while other nurses make their way to Texas. The post Nurses called to help Hurricane Harvey relief efforts appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Sallie Jimenez
  • Passive job seekers could be enticed by the right opportunity August 29, 2017
    Passive job seekers may not be consciously looking for another job, but they might switch employers if the perfect position came their way. The post Passive job seekers could be enticed by the right opportunity appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Robert G. Hess Jr., PhD, RN, FAAN
  • Nurses are called to help after Hurricane Harvey wreaks havoc August 29, 2017
    Nurses and physicians in the National Guard are being called to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, while other nurses make their way to Texas. The post Nurses are called to help after Hurricane Harvey wreaks havoc appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Sallie Jimenez
  • Workplace violence: Nurses should not be afraid to go to work August 25, 2017
    Nurses go to work each day to make a positive difference. They shouldn't expect to be victims of workplace violence from patients or colleagues. The post Workplace violence: Nurses should not be afraid to go to work appeared first on Nursing News, Stories & Articles.
    Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN

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