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Part of being a nurse is getting burnt out. You will find ways on how to cope up by maintaining your own health and wellness here

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20 Secrets in Surviving the Night Shift for Nurses

Surviving the night shift for nurses poses unique challenges in our personal and interpersonal relationships. Our work schedule dictates us nurses to make extreme...
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Are You A Healthy Nurse?

Being healthy will always be an essential ingredient of living a happy and successful life, especially for nurses. Yes, everyone wants to steer clear...

Being Well is Well Being

The term “wellness” has myriad of meanings, diverse in scope and significance—but all shares the core essence of having a sound state of being....

5 Ways to Fight the Nurse Burnout

We started out as hopeful and idealistic young nurses ready to take care of and serve the sick. We were so full of energy...
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Secrets to Maximizing your Days Off

I know a lot of you can identify with me when I say that days off from work are never enough. It doesn’t matter...

Health Tips for Nurses

Hospitals are institutions that cater to the ailing individuals of society. They are places where people go to in order for them to rest...
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Nursing Burnouts – Urban Legend or Daily Occurrence?

Stress is present and expected in any working environment. It is sometimes called motivation, but is often looked at in a negative light. Nurses...
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The Dangers of Being a Nurse – Are the Risks Worth Taking?

They say nurses are real-life superheroes. Aside from saving lives, nurses also face dangers every shift. Even though it’s not tangibly intense like what...
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10 ways to Manage Stress for Nurses and Patients

Every nurse is familiar with the word “stress” which is most of the time equivalent to the colloquial medical term of “toxic” which for...

Surviving the Graveyard Shift

Nursing is a job that requires continuity of care. Patients need to have nurses taking care of them 24 hours a day, 7 days...