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Nurses are raving about the #1 nurse app in the nation. And it’s totally free.

Creating and keeping track of a work schedule as a nurse is daunting and antiquated. A group of nurses in Portland, Oregon, were so fed up with outdated scheduling technology that they set out to make a change. Their creation: NurseGrid, a 100% free mobile app that is the easiest way for nurses to enter […]

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Happy National Nurses Week

Happy National Nurses Week! This week and every week, we’re proud to support nurses and the entire nursing profession.

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8 Rules To Pass The NCLEX From A Nurse Who Took All 265 Questions

The NCLEX and I had some good times and some bad times, but mainly just spent a lot of time together. Here are my “8 Rules” if you want to pass the NCLEX- no matter how many questions it takes.

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Takes One to Know One: Nurse Retention From a Personal Perspective

Reasons that nurses leave have been well documented; however, not everything can be analyzed by statistics, dollar signs, or anecdotes from Managers and CNOs. Here are the main reasons nurses leave their jobs from the perspective of a nurse on the front lines.

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We Need More Nurses In Healthcare Leadership Positions

There’s an archaic stereotype that looms over the leadership hierarchy of the healthcare industry. That is, that physicians are the leaders, the delegators, the most knowledgeable in the field of medicine. And nurses are the helpers, taking direction from the doctor in charge.

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Setting a Positive Example in the Workplace

No matter what career you find yourself in, setting an example as a leader and role model starts with displaying a willingness to develop and guide those around you.