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6 Science-Based Tips for Better Sleep

This article looks firstly at the consequences of sleep deprivation and fatigue. We then provide some tips which you can try to sleep better—before you resort to medication.

Burnout Now Officially Recognized as a Health Concern

Burnout is a recognized syndrome according to the recently released ICD-11. Its cause is workplace stress that has not been managed effectively, according to the recently released ICD-11.

300 Nurses Died By Suicide in Seven Years Shows Alarming Stat

The alarming fact that 300 nurses in the UK had committed suicide in the past seven years was recently highlighted in the press.

Nurse Retention Calls for Strategic Policy Commitment

Retention of nurses should be just as critical as recruitment in solving the problem of nurse shortages.

ICU Nurses Are More Prone to PTSD and Burnout: Here’s How You Can Build...

PTSD is as prevalent amongst nurses working in ICU as in war veterans.

Psychiatric Nursing Practice Quiz #13 (50 Questions)

How comprehensive is your knowledge about Psychiatric Drugs? This 50-item exam is all about the therapeutic uses, side-effects, adverse effects, and dosages of different psychiatric drugs. The questions in this exam will test your nursing knowledge about the various Psychiatric medications and their uses.

Psychiatric Nursing Practice Quiz #12 (50 Questions)

This 50-item exam is all about Psychiatric Drugs: their therapeutic uses, side-effects, adverse effects, and dosages. This NCLEX-style exam will challenge your nursing knowledge about the various Psychiatric medications and their uses.

Psychiatric Nursing Practice Quiz #10 (50 Questions)

This is a 50-item examination about Psychiatric Nursing. Questions in this exam cover various questions about psychiatric nursing, psychiatric drugs and managing the side effects, personality disorders, and management and care for patients with schizophrenia and paranoid schizophrenia. If you are preparing for the boards or NCLEX then this exam can enhance your knowledge and understanding of the topic.

Depressed Nurses More Likely to Make Medical Errors

Nurses who report poor health, and specifically depression, are more likely to make medical errors, according to recent information published by the Ohio State University.

Feeling Pressured? 5 Ways Nurses Can Say No

Before you agree to another demand, here are five tips on how nurses can say no.

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