"You smile as I enter the room to check on you for the hour. You mumble that you’re not in pain, but I see the pain on your face as I reposition you."
It’s incredibly frustrating to see your co-nurses slacking off and leaving the other nurses to pick up after them.
Thank you, oncology nurses for the impact you have not only on your patients but on families.
In line with this year’s Nurses Week, with the theme “Nursing: the Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit”, here are some great tips you can use to keep up with the demands of your work without compromising your well-being.
Before you agree to another demand, here are five tips on how nurses can say no.
"At that moment, my son was your son. Your feet weren’t aching. Your stomach wasn’t growling, and your bladder wasn’t bursting."
There are no words to thank you enough. You may not remember my name, but I will never forget yours.
Two nurses share their experiences on what was it like being a nurse during the 1900's.
Here are a few ways a nurse will goof around with medical equipment on a slow day.
Here are 10 signs that you’re a pediatric nurse!