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Nurse Challenges Stereotype Guinness World Records Rules – and Wins

Nurse Challenges Stereotype Guinness World Records Rules – and Wins

Jessica Anderson breaks the Guinness World Record for running a marathon dressed as a nurse and scored a huge win in addressing outdated nursing stereotypes.
Young Nurse Advocating and Campaigning for Nurses

10 Nurse Advocacies and Campaigns You Need to Know

Let’s have a look at some of the highlights, nurse advocacy groups and campaigns to which you can support and add your voice.
Mary Mahoney – the first African-American qualified nurse

Mary Eliza Mahoney: The First African American Qualified Nurse

For Black History Month, get to know Mary Eliza Mahoney became the first professionally qualified black nurse in 1879.
The Ultimate Guide and List for Nursing Diagnosis

Nursing Diagnosis (NDx): Complete Guide and List for 2019

Know the concepts behind writing NANDA nursing diagnosis (NDx) in this ultimate tutorial and list. Learn what is a nursing diagnosis, the nursing process, the different types, and how to write NANDA nursing diagnoses correctly.
Ernest Grant ANA President

Ernest Grant Starts Term as New ANA President

Ernest Grant, RN, Ph.D., FAAN, started his two-year term as the 36th President of the American Nurses Association (ANA) on January 1.
Nurses Are Much More Than a Hand to Holdvideo

WATCH: Nurses Are Much More than a Hand to Hold – They Innovate, Inspire,...

It's the fifth month of the year 2018 and it's time once again to celebrate National Nurses Week!
Celebrating Nurses Week 2018

Celebrating Nurses Week 2018

Let's celebrate National Nurses Week 2018 in the next few days to recognize and honor the great contribution of nurses to society! This article your portal to all Nurses Week 2018 activities.

Nurses Called to Stand Up for Mandated Nurse-to-Patient Ratios

Nurses across the US as being encouraged to support the two bills for safe nurse staffing currently under consideration at the federal level.
FT -Nurses Remain Most Honest, Ethical Profession in 2017 Gallup Poll

Nurses Remain Most Honest, Ethical Profession in 2017 Gallup Poll

Congratulations to US nurses who have once again topped all other professions in the annual Gallup poll in which the American public is asked to rate the honesty and ethical standards of different occupations

New York State Passes ‘BSN in 10’ Into Law for Nurses

A bill was signed into law in New York State requiring nurses with a two-year associate degree or a diploma to obtain a baccalaureate degree within 10 years of being licensed.

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