Articles for Nurses

A Nurse’s Story: 3 Things That Helped Me Through Burnout

Burnout is one of worst things that can happen to you as a nurse. Blood, guts, and gore — these things don’t phase us. But, burnout? It’s that one thing that can make you take off your scrubs and never want to wear them again.

Articles for Nurses

The Magic Nursing Ratio

What is the ideal nurse-patient ratio? What are the errors that begin to occur when staffing breeches that magic number?

Articles for Nurses

Finding your Niche in Nursing

Niche: a comfortable or suitable position in life, or in employment. I think that besides being my calling and passion, nursing has become my niche in life. And, lucky enough, I I’ve found my niche within nursing. Here’s how you can too.

Community Voices

Finding Time For Self-Care As a Nurse: Tips From a Tier X Coach

As nurses and healthcare providers we are constantly busy caring for others, but it’s important to remember to practice self-care.

Community Voices

How Authentic Gratitude Improves Nurse Engagement and Work Satisfaction

Nurses, who face increasing rates of burnout, can benefit from hearing words of gratitude; they’re motivating, inspiring, and can have lasting effects on your engagement and work performance.

Articles for Nurses

Responding To The View

As many of you have heard, comments were recently made on “The View” that offended a number of nurses across the country. Add us to that list. We are nurses too. So when Joy Behar says “Why is she wearing a Doctor’s stethoscope?” it offends us deeply.