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Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Nurse Burnout: A Complete Guide

Posted November 23, 2021
Nursing burnout is a real issue and quite common in the field. This is due to short staffing, lack of sleep, emotional and physical exhaustion, and stress. All these causes [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: Flexibility & Support!

Posted November 8, 2021
Andrea Sandoval, RN I have been working for Nurses PRN for over 10 years now. I worked for Nurses PRN as a CNA, LPN, and now as an RN. They [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

5 Ways Nurses Can Keep Tabs On Their Mental Health

Posted November 3, 2021
As healthcare professionals, you are trained to handle whatever is thrown at you. One of your best attributes that you can’t train, is the innate human element. The human element [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: Things I Wish I Knew As a New Nurse

Posted November 1, 2021
Kelsey Zuppan, RN If I don’t have some kind of color on me somewhere, you should probably ask what’s wrong. I love a lot of things about this life, but [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: Unbreakable Bond

Posted October 25, 2021
Jean Evilsizor, LPN My name is Jean Evilsizor. I wanted to pursue nursing and have persisted in my career as an LPN for 20 years (even though I’m only 29 [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: Stress Less and Travel More

Posted October 18, 2021
Megan Ganser, RN I remember the day I drove to Texas to start travel nursing. All I could think is “I’ve made a HUGE mistake, why would I EVER think [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: It’s Never to Late to Follow Your Dreams!

Posted October 11, 2021
Crystal Guevara, LPN Some people know what they want to do from a young age. I’ve run into a few nurses that knew almost all their lives they wanted to become [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Nurse Humor: Funny Nursing Memes

Posted October 6, 2021
Some days we just need a little laugh to get us through! Our team created some nursing memes featuring our family pets throughout 2020 and 2021. We hope these will [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: Stronger Together

Posted September 27, 2021
Rachel Kijak, RN Don’t be discouraged if you don’t land your dream job right out of nursing school. I knew I wanted to work in the emergency department but I [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: The Balance You Deserve

Posted September 20, 2021
Grace Irwin Bates, RN I have been working in healthcare since 1982 and have seen a lot of changes throughout the years. I started going to school for Accounting but [...] Read More

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