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Recovering from Tragedy and Surgery

Catherine Stevens RN, BSN

A story of a patient recovering from surgery and a tragic event. Cont'd

Let Volunteers Answer The Call

Irene Brennick

How volunteers take pressure off of Nurses Cont'd

Current and Future Educational Challenges for the Nurse Educator

Skip Morelock PhD, RN, NEA-BC

This article explores current trends in nursing education. Cont'd

My Professional Path as a Nurse

Ruby Z. Chu, RN, MSN/ED, CCRN

When I was a little girl, I’ve always been fascinated to see nurses in white uniform. I have this inner desire that nursing is something that I really wanted to do. Eventually, I enrolled in the nursing program and finished my degree. I started working in medical area and I learned that to be a nurse you have to be caring, patient, integrity, intelligent, have a compassionate and listening ear, and always seek knowledge for advancement. Cont'd

Multimodal Analgesia: Ways to Take Away the Pain

Kimberly Heister

This article addresses ways to use multimodal analgesia such as opioids, anti-inflammatories, regional anesthesia, etc to achieve greater pain control in patients. Cont'd

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