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NURSES WEEK 2016 IS COMING!!!

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Nurses May Trump Doctors as the Future of Medicine

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In the medical world, the arrival of new technologies has led to the development of life-saving procedures since the beginning of modern medicine. From the discovery of penicillin in 1928 by Alexander Fleming to the development of Theranos, a new way to test blood for a host of diseases in an effort to lower costs for patients, technology seems to be paving the way for advances in medicine. However, after the Wall Street Journal's inaugural WSJD Live technology conference, Dennis K. Berman and several other attendees brought up an interesting possible future result thanks to new medical technology: “A world that...

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Anatomy of a nursing student

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Would you rather give a shot than drink one at the bar? Are you more excited about blood than about the cast of Twilight? If it seems common to see yourself picking over every medical drama on TV, saying comments like “this would never happen in real life”, or to catch yourself diagnosing every symptom your family or close friends has, don’t worry, you are not alone. Sometimes it might feel that nursing students are part of a clan, where you have to study hard and run around with a heavy backpack full of medical equipment and heavy books. Being...

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5 Things You Should Know Before Becoming a Nurse

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According to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of nursing jobs is set to grow by 19 percent by 2022. Thanks to an entry level position that only requires an associate degree, combined with an average hourly salary of $31, nursing jobs are the crème de la crème for many people. Before you enroll in a nursing program at your local community college, take a look at these things you need to know before you invest in brightly printed scrubs. Physical Demands Talk to a nurse who works in a hospital or otherwise high traffic location and...

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Why it's Essential to Have a Nurse Watch with Military Time

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When it comes to working as a nurse, one of the most important tools you can have is knowledge of time. From being prepared to count heartbeats to having the tools needed to record when a patient is coding, a watch helps you to do your job successfully. However, with the change to Bare Below the Elbows and the current demands of nursing duties, it is important that you choose a timepiece that will work with you. Check out these tips for choosing a nurse’s watch with military time and other settings that are vital for nurses. Documentation Essential For...

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