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Remembering Kimberly Hiatt: A Casualty of Second Victim Syndrome

Remembering Kimberly Hiatt: A Casualty of Second Victim Syndrome

Let’s shine a light to the story of Kimberly Hiatt for a moment whose untimely suicide sparked numerous debates whether the penalty imposed for her after committing a medication error was justifiable or not.
18 Signs You're Being Raised by a Nurse

18 Signs You’re Being Raised by a Nurse

How do you spot someone who was raised by a nurse?
40+ Gift Ideas for Nurses That Are Uniquely Awesome

40+ Gift Ideas for Nurses That Are Uniquely Awesome

Let's take a look at the list of the best 40+ gift ideas you can buy for a nurse!

45 Nursing Quotes to Inspire You to Greatness

Here are some of the greatest nursing quotes written by famous historical figures and various writers.

95 Funny Nursing eCards and Memes

Overdose yourself with 95 of these funny nursing eCards and memes.
5 Things Patients Do That Annoy Nurses

5 Things Patients Do That Annoy Nurses

Some patients are outright disrespectful and some don't realize they are making our work more difficult.

8 Inspiring Prayers for Nurses

We nurses have our spiritual needs too! Here are 8 inspirational nursing prayers to help you be motivated and directed.

10 Signs That You’re a Nurse

get those pens and papers and check if you are indeed one of the angels of the sick room.

12 Things Nurses Should Consider in Choosing Scrubs

Here are a few things that you should know about selecting the right scrubs.

6 Nurses Week Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Just how much do we know about Nurses Week? We dug down our history books and found these six intriguing and interesting facts about nurses week you probably didn't know.

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5 Deep Vein Thrombosis Nursing Care Plans

5 Deep Vein Thrombosis Nursing Care Plans

The nursing care plan for the client with deep vein thrombosis include: providing information regarding disease condition, treatment, and prevention; assessing and monitoring anticoagulant therapy; providing comfort measures; positioning the body and encouraging exercise; maintaining adequate tissue perfusion; and preventing complications.