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What Are Your Nurses Doing When No One Is Looking?

What Are Your Nurses Doing When No One Is Looking?

Do you know what your nurses are doing when no one is around? Nurses are always asked to do more with less. During the course of their day, they are tirelessly caring for patients, while trying to meet the demands of leadership and healthcare. Nurses are pressured to...

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Do Some Nurses Scare You?

Do Some Nurses Scare You?

Happy Halloween! Have you ever been in a situation when you were saying to yourself, “That nurse scares me?” And not because of their scary Halloween costume. Can you recall a time when you followed a nurse or reviewed some charting that prompted you to question their...

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5 Steps to Become an Outstanding Nurse Leader

5 Steps to Become an Outstanding Nurse Leader

Success comes in many shapes and sizes, but ask any great leader about being successful and they will tell you it boils down to having a great team and a clear vision. The first step is to identify your vision as a nurse leader. If you don’t know where you’re going,...

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7 Tips for Dealing with Difficult Nurses

7 Tips for Dealing with Difficult Nurses

The current pressures imposed in healthcare environments can make even your best nurses into difficult ones from time to time. But it’s those “pathologically” miserable nurses that can drain your whole team and cause negativity to spread like wild fire. Their...

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Are You Putting Your Nurse’s Licenses at Risk?

Are You Putting Your Nurse’s Licenses at Risk?

Nurses live in fear they will make mistakes that result in disciplinary action against their license. There are 3 things that create incalculable risk to both nurses and patients: 1. Not having enough staff to meet the scheduled need of your unit or team. 2....

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