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New York BSN RN Nursing Tutor: at home--online or by phone (RN or LPN)

HI all, I am a BSN RN living in NY CITY graduate from Slippery Rock University. I have been with a nurse for 7 years, with a specialty in Operating Room nursing, and also Education experience in both the hospital and private sector.   226 more words

Reflections on African-American Nursing History Conference

Students from Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College attended the 8th Annual African-American Nursing History Conference on February 25, 2015. Hosted by the College of Nursing at the University of Missouri-St. 534 more words


Milton Keynes Hospital event showcases the future of nursing education

More than 150 delegates from across the UK attended a conference at the Open University on the future of nursing education.

The event was organised by Milton Keynes Hospital, showcasing the innovative work they do in ensuring that nurses and midwives continue to develop their careers. 273 more words


Effects of a Care Workshop on Caring Behaviors as Measured by Patients and Patient Satisfaction

Read  full  paper  at:http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=53796#.VNMhaSzQrzE

Caring is a central focus of nursing, and patient satisfaction is a critical indicator of nursing care quality. The aim of this study was to determine the effects that a care workshop exerted on nurse caring behaviors as perceived by patients and reflected by patient satisfaction. 1,019 more words

How a Nursing College Can Help to Make Your Career

There are a lot of people who are nurses that want to use nursing continuing education to help them advance in their career. Nursing is one of the more noble professions that you can ever do. 503 more words


Barbara L. Hyde, FNP-C, CNS, RN, Is a Distinguished Retired Family Nurse Practitioner, Professor, and Nurse Educator from Baker, Louisiana

Barbara L. Hyde, FNP, CNS, RN, has served in the nursing realm for over 45 years as a family nurse practitioner, professor, and nurse educator. A retired registered nurse, she now works in Baker, Louisiana, and earlier in her career she performed at an exceptional level as a nurse educator and nurse practitioner with the United States Army. 236 more words


Editorial: Why are anglophone nurses failing the licensing exam?

The failure rate for anglophone nursing students who took the Quebec licensing exam last fall was worse than anyone expected.

The Quebec Order of Nurses this week revealed only 47.3 per cent of those who took the English test in September passed, compared to 78.7 per cent who took the French exam. 498 more words