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When Tanya Adell-O’Neal was admitted to hospital with COVID-19, she knew that her chances of survival hung in the balance. Not only was she hardly able to speak from shortness of breath, but she also suffered from asthma and had only one lung.
This year's International Nurses Day was always going to be a special one – occurring on the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale and in the first-ever International Year of the Nurse.
Nurses need to stay healthy if they want to continue caring for others and this means that they need to practice self-care more than ever.
Shortage of adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline health workers is being reported from nearly every country in the world as COVID-19 continues to spread.
Globally there are disturbing reports of nurses at the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic not having enough personal protective equipment (PPE).
Earlier this year registered nurse Florence “See See” Rigney celebrated her 94th birthday while on shift at the Tacoma General Hospital in Washington.
An outstanding resume is vital even in the face of the nursing shortage. That ideal nursing job you want – chances are that others will feel the same and you at least want to get past the screening and land that interview.
The majority of nurses who responded to a recent survey by LNC STAT are unhappy with their working conditions.
Besides the firefighters and police officers, many nurses, doctors, and paramedics also courageously put their own lives on the line for the safety and needs of their patients during the California fires.
The Indian Professional Nurses Association (IPNA) filed a plea against the Indian Army challenging their exclusion of men from nursing in the Indian Army.