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Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association 50th Anniversary

Join Us in Celebrating the Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association 50th Anniversary by Supporting Nursing Education!  Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of the Most Trusted Profession!

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Nurses are Dealing with Tough Issues

As you know, Nursing is a demanding profession that requires a lot of dedication and commitment. The field has challenges that you must constantly work to overcome.

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Growing Leadership Diversity in Healthcare Benefits Everyone

Illness is blind to race, gender and ethnic origins. Since you are in the business of caring for others, it’s critically important to ensure that clinicians, executives and even members of the governing boards, accurately represent the communities you serve. 

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A Pixar Short Film Shows Why Companies Struggle With Workplace Diversity

The eight-minute film, titled Purl, emphasizes the importance of workplace inclusivity and diversity. Writer and director, Kristen Lester, used her own experiences in the animation industry for Purl’s story. 

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Escape Rooms Are a New Way To Practice Nursing Skills

Over the past few years, themed escape rooms have become a top team-building event. Nurses are taking this idea and creating their own escape room concepts to improve healthcare professionals’ knowledge and skills. 

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Coping With The Death Of A Patient

Dealing with the passing of a patient can be very difficult. There are many coping mechanisms you can use during these difficult times. It is best to face the emotions instead of avoiding them and be open with yourself and fellow team members. 

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NYC Launches New Nurse Residency Program

The New York City Department of Small Business Services is launching a Nurse residency program that provides increased on-the-job training and mentorship in an effort to reduce the turnover rate in some of the city’s busiest hospitals. 

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TeleHealth Pros and Cons

According to NEJM, Telehealth is defined as the delivery and facilitation of health and health-related services including medical care, provider and patient education, health information services, and self-care via telecommunications and digital communication technologies.

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New Adaptive Clothing Lines For People With Disabilities

A report by the U.S. Census Bureau shows nearly 1 in 5 people live with a disability. A common challenge many people with a disability face is getting dressed and undressed by themselves. Adaptive clothing can be a great help.  

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Need $10,000 to Support Your Nursing Education?

Only 10 days remain for you to apply for a Foundation of the National Student Nurses Association scholarship to support your college tuition, fees and books. This year we are pleased to be offering scholarships of up to $10,000 to diverse nursing students.  There’s still time, but you need to …

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