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Frieda Paton, RN
55 POSTS 0 COMMENTSFrieda Paton is a registered nurse. Her career path leading to working at a national nurse's association and as a nurse educator inspired her passions for research, writing, professional development and nursing issues.
PTSD is as prevalent amongst nurses working in ICU as in war veterans.
Nurses everywhere, as well as policymakers and the public, are encouraged to support the Nursing Now campaign to raise the profile and status of nurses and nursing worldwide.
February 27 will see the launch of the 3-year #NursingNow campaign to raise the status and profile of nursing worldwide.
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After yet another exhausting nightshift, Émilie Ricard, a 24-year old nurse from Quebec in Canada, shared a post to her friends on Facebook.
What better motivation towards adding our voices to spreading the message of “We can. I can” make a difference in the burden of cancer, on World Cancer Day (WCD) on February 4?
Anna May Hays started her career in the US Army as a frontline nurse in WWII. She is the first female general in the US army. As a forward-looking leader, she steered the ANC through an era of rapid modernization and used her influence to improve service conditions for all women in the armed forces.
A student nurse who had a near-death experience after doctors failed to recognize the signs of sepsis wants to use her experience to raise awareness and help save lives.
It is never too early to start developing your leadership skills. These skills can be learned and developed, contrary to the popular belief that leaders are born and not made.
The United Kingdom Secretary for Health, Jeremy Hunt, recently announced that he is seriously considering distance learning as an option for meeting the nursing staff crisis in the UK.