Monthly Archives: March 2012
Following up on my previous post about the intersection of nurses and social media, this post will focus on blogs, blogging, and nurse bloggers.
Unless you’re a nurse who’s been, as they say, living under a rock for the last decade or two, the marriage of nursing and technology is pretty much a fait accompli, an indisputable fact of life.
Patient education is a big part of nurses’ responsibilities, and educating patients and their families about nutrition can be a significantly challenging task.
Nurses can work long hours, and they can also work strange hours, including the “graveyard shift“. Sleep is restorative and important, but how many nurses really sleep well—or long enough?
According to a recent article by US News and World Report, nursing is the number one job in 2012.
Well, it’s almost time to renew your nursing license again, and you realize that you have to fulfill your continuing education requirements before the year is up. Why are CEUs so important, anyway, and why are so many CEU courses … Continue reading
Just recently, my wife and I went on a retreat, escaping the world and delighting in time to renew ourselves, our marriage, and our lives. We’ve now returned to the workaday world, and I am one refreshed nurse!