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Nurse Feature: Spreading Care Around The World

Posted September 6, 2021
Taofik Yusuf, RN My Name is Taofik Yusuf. I am a Nigerian American who lives in the Chicago area of Illinois State. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry from [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: A Patient’s Dying Wish

Posted August 30, 2021
Anne Hafner, RN My name is Anne Hafner. I am a Registered Nurse and have spent the majority of my nursing career working in the Intensive Care Unit. I also [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: Agency Nursing Opens Doors

Posted August 23, 2021
Mary Swope, LPN I have been an LPN since 2013; I have been with Nurses PRN since 12/2015. It was the best career choice I have ever made! I grew [...] Read More

Top 5 Best Shoes for Nurses 2021

Posted August 19, 2021
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that nurses are on their feet a lot! Nurses put on many miles in one day, so finding the perfect shoe [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: Flexibility, Care, and Appreciation

Posted August 16, 2021
Richetta Worlds, RN I decided to become a nurse because I always had a desire to help others; especially during times of illness. I was 23 with 2 small children [...] Read More

Nurse Feature: You Don’t Have to Know it All!

Posted August 9, 2021
When I first logged onto my NCLEX account and saw that I had passed my Nursing Boards exam I thought: “What a relief! I can finally take a breath!” Nope. [...] Read More

Sterile Processing Tech Feature: What Does Daddy Do for Work??

Posted August 2, 2021
One of our Sterile Processing Technicians, Terrance Cooper (aka Coop), and his adorable daughters made a video answering the question, “what does daddy do for work?”.  Coop answers a few [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Top 7 Skills Every Nurse Should Have

Posted June 21, 2021
Nurses need to have specific skills to excel in the field. Some skills will come easier to you than others. The good news is you can always practice and refine [...] Read More

The Best Scrubs for Female Nurses

Posted June 14, 2021
Let’s face it. You’re in scrubs most hours of the day, so finding the most comfortable pair should be high on your priority list. Not only do we want you to [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

5 Things You Should Know Before Becoming a Nurse

Posted May 17, 2021
Grey’s Anatomy has not prepared you for this! Becoming and being a nurse takes a certain type of person. Some of these traits and skills are learned while others are [...] Read More

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