Put Yourself in the Shoes of Patient Families

Being There for Patient Families Hospital stays are stressful for patients and their families. Families worry. They’re possibly confused. During this difficult time, it’s easy for those feelings to come out as anger and irritability. Facing these negative emotions constantly wears nurses down. To continue providing the best patient care, it helps to put yourself

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How You Can Prepare for Flu Season

What to Do if You Get the Flu? by Clinical Director Susan Abbott It’s flu season again. You always want to avoid getting it, and the flu shot is your best bet. But it’s also good to remember what to do if you or your children get the flu. Remember, you’re contagious with the flu

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Make Your Mark on a Travel Assignment

Advice for Your Travel Assignment It can be difficult for a travel healthcare professional to integrate on a new unit and gain respect as an accomplished professional, especially on a travel assignment. After all, you haven’t been through the same trials and tribulations as the permanent staff. You may not be a part of a

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