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Nurse Practitioner Vs. Physician Assistant

The popularity of online degrees is constantly on the grow. At the finish of the day, there is certainly no better feeling knowing which you helped those who have been short of funds of your professional care. 461 more words

How To Turn Into A Transport Nurse

Flight nursing tasks are one of the ultimate traveling nursing jobs. At the finish of the day, there is certainly no better feeling knowing that you helped those have been in demand for assistance of your professional care. 465 more words

Pediatric Nurse Requirements

For those that are interested in making their career within the nursing field have some of scholarships and grants opportunities which encourage these phones go into the nursing field and help alleviate the increasing nursing shortages. 455 more words

Wonderful opportunities and adventures, despite connectivity issues

By Dr. Lynda Wilson

Thursday August 7 started with a wonderful opportunity to participate in a case review conducted by the chief nurse of the pediatric unit at the large Queen Elizabeth Hospital, along with about 25 nurses from the hospital pediatric and emergency wards, and also with several of the pediatric nursing faculty and students from KCN. 873 more words

Natural light makes for happier, more alert nurses

Hospital patients seeking the best possible care may be advised to consider the health and well-being of the nurses who look after them. New research suggests nurses who work in natural light have lower blood pressure, are in better moods when they serve patients, and show other signs of improved well-being over nurses who work in artificially lit surroundings with fewer windows. 523 more words

International Nurses Association

Natural light makes for happier, more alert nurses

Hospital patients seeking the best possible care may be advised to consider the health and well-being of the nurses who look after them. New research suggests nurses who work in natural light have lower blood pressure, are in better moods when they serve patients, and show other signs of improved well-being over nurses who work in artificially lit surroundings with fewer windows. 523 more words

Barbara Sosiak, MSN, RN

Exploring Blantyre and getting to know KCN's PhD students

By Dr. Lynda Wilson

It has been a wonderful first three days here in Blantyre, Malawi! I arrived on Sunday, August 3, and was greeted at the airport by Dr. 605 more words