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    Our 2019 $5,000 Education Award Winner is… Jerrisha (Risha) Goines of Minneapolis, MN! Written by: …

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Frontier Nursing University Hosts 9th Annual Diversity Impact Student Conference

Hyden, Ky – Frontier Nursing University (FNU) hosted its 9th annual Diversity Impact Student Conference in Hyden, Ky., June 6-9, 2019. The annual Diversity Impact Student Conference was hosted by the FNU Diversity Impact Program and had more than 60 students, alumni, faculty and staff in attendance. The theme of …

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Volunteer Opportunities For Nurses

Because you chose to be a Nurse, your vocation is to take care of others. You put a lot of your heart and time into your career. Naturally, you do the same thing outside of work so it is no surprise that many Nurses do volunteer work in their spare …

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These Dogs Are Capable of Identifying Lung Cancer by Scent

The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association published a double-blind study where beagles were 97% accurate at being able to distinguish between blood serum samples from patients with malignant lung cancer and healthy controls.

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The Importance of Cultural Competence for Family Nurse Practitioners

The U.S. population is growing increasingly diverse. By 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau projects less than 50% of the children in the U.S. will be non-Hispanic and Caucasian. With demographics shifting, health care professionals trained in cultural competence will meet the needs of community health more effectively.  Nurse practitioners earning …

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Nurses Should Have Influence on Hospital Designs

Nurses see firsthand how facilities are being used every day. They observe what furniture is being used or not used by visiting families and friends. They see how patients move about the hallways, patient rooms, stairs, elevators, cafeterias, bathrooms, etc. Nurses see the pros and cons of the infrastructure of …

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