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World Mental Health Day: Student Nurses, Here’s What You Need to Know About Mental...

Nursing students have high levels of stress, anxiety, and depression which could develop into mental health problems.
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Nurses Are Key to Preventing Health Effects of Sedentary Lifestyle

Nurses who are on their feet all day might seldom consider the health risks of sedentary behavior.
Clara Louise Maass: Heroic Nurse Who Gave Her Life for Yellow Fever Research

Clara Louise Maass: Heroic Nurse Who Gave Her Life for Yellow Fever Research

In seven pain-wrecked days, yellow fever killed Clara Louise and it was her own doing. 
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High Nursing Student Dropout Rates Are a Global Concern

In the United Kingdom, a quarter of nursing students drop out of their courses, and it seems that similar or higher drop-out rates occur across the world.

Nursing in the US is a Great Career Choice

Facts and figures show that becoming a nurse in America is an excellent career choice.

Nurse’s Dream of a Bereavement Suite Realized After Many Years

Where do families at your hospital receive the news that their loved one has passed away?
Patient Sleeping With Nurse Standing By

Nursing Team Initiative Reduces Noise in ICU

The constant high levels of noise in intensive care units hurt patient recovery as it can cause to sleep deprivation, increased pain perception and even heightened delirium.

ICN Calls for Safe Nurse Staffing

Improved patient outcomes are dependent on safe nurse staffing levels as well as not substituting registered nurses with lower qualified categories of nurses and support staff.

Safe Nurse Staffing Accord Signed at New Zealand Parliament

On July 30, an accord was signed between the Ministry of Health, the District Health Boards (DHBs) and the New Zealand Nurses Organization (NZNO) to ensure that a sophisticated tool for determining staffing needs would be implemented by DHBs across the board by 2021.
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New York City to Pay Nurses $20.8 Million in Historic Gender-Discrimination Suit

A battle of more than a decade against the City of New York to recognize of nursing as physically taxing work culminated on July 18.

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