Monthly Archives: July 2015

4 Best Online Stores to Purchase Nursing Scrubs

Online shopping is perhaps the easiest and most convenient way to buy merchandise. In online stores, you can virtually find everything that is available in brick and mortar stores. This advantage has been fueled by the fact that most businesses … Continue reading

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The Layoff Survival Kit

John Rossheim | Monster Senior Contributing Writer This article offers general information on legal and financial matters relating to employment. For specific information relating to your situation, please consult an attorney, financial planner or appropriate government agency. Now that you’ve … Continue reading

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My Patient Coded & It’s All My Fault: Nurse Advocacy in Action

I think that all nurses have taken on this type of harsh tone with themselves, if not openly to their coworkers, at the very least, within their own heads. Over the years that I have been nursing, this attitude has … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Taking Parental Leave

Of all the exciting times in anyone’s life, getting ready for a baby’s arrival is one of the most anticipated. But while you prepare and nest, you might wonder how to make your absence from work while you take care … Continue reading

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10 Powerful Jim Rohn Quotes to Help All Nurses Succeed

If you’ve heard me speak, chances are you’ve heard me quote the late Jim Rohn. I’ve listened to this man numerous times on YouTube and audio books, and have read almost everything he’s written. Each time I hear or read … Continue reading

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4 Reasons Why You Need a Vacation

You need a vacation. Now. Seriously. If you’re one of those workers who never seems to take time off, this is your wake up call to put in for some real time off. If not for a whole week, then … Continue reading

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“Nola the Nurse” Will Inspire Future NPs

Sometimes the biggest inspirations come in the smallest packages. For New Orleans-based Dr. Scharmaine Baker, NP, her young daughter served as a catalyst for her new book series, Nola the Nurse. The series will follow Nola, a very young African … Continue reading

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