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  • Male nurses are paid a lot more than female nurses.
    Male nurses earn thousands more than female nurses do
    Male nurses pay is on average $5,000 more than their female colleagues’ reports a study published online on March 24. The wage gap exists across all specialties except orthopedics, according to research published in JAMA. The greatest wage...
  • Breastfeeding in bathroom photo
    Breastfeeding in bathroom pic shows public nursing haters are real boobs
    People really latched on to Tamar Shugert's "breastfeeding in bathroom" picture, said BuzzFeed March 12. The viral photo showed Shugert nursing a baby in one stall and her husband trying to eat spaghetti in another. The image milked...
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    Why a BSN May Become the New Normal for Nurses
    Thirty years ago, most nurses didn't have a degree. They were trained through a three-year diploma program based in a hospital. As nursing became more complex—and more critical to the care of patients—that model of education was...
  • Nursing home closed in south San Antonio
    Lowest rated nursing homes and facilities in south central Texas exposed
    Sunview Care and Rehab Center, a nursing home located on the south side of San Antonio was forced to close Friday according to the Texas Department of Aging and Disability.A letter posted on the front door advised the public that their license is...
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    Ebola: The duty to care
    Ebola has taken a toll on more than just the people of Liberia and other African nations. It has also devastated the health care infrastructure as scores of health care providers have fallen ill and died while caring for these patients. Now it...
  • The American Nurse
    Ware Center to show documentary film by native Lancastrian
    Lancaster native Carolyn Jones, a photographer and filmmaker, explores various social aspects of The American Nurse. Her film will premiere here in Lancaster on Sunday, 8 June at the Ware Center. The film looks at social issues such as poverty,...
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    Celebrate Nurses all year
    Health care is constantly changing and evolving. Today, more than ever, nurses are stepping out of their comfort zones and becoming active contributors and innovators in the health care system.Nurses are the first line of defense in the prevention...
  • International Nursing Day
    International Nurses Day: Nurses a Force for Change
    According to Congresswoman, Lois Capps of California, “Nurses serve their patients in the most important capacities. We know that they serve as our first lines of communication when something goes wrong or when we are concerned about our...
  • Adequate staffing saves lives
    Medical Center director: "we have been too customer friendly for the business"
    Today’s headlines are full of alarm bells about the American health care system. From limited coverage to those opposing any coverage for the poor the balance between safe and effective care and profits is a difficult one. The only thing...
  • Informatics
    What is nursing informatics?
    Nursing informatics is one of the fastest growing areas in healthcare. Their unique skill set in nursing as well as information technology are in high demand in the medical industry for the versatility of expertise. These nurses are not only able...
  • Jasmine Joseph
    Jasmine Joseph: Missing Long Island nursing student found dead, apparent suicide
    Jasmine Joseph, a missing 22-year-old former nursing student, was found dead in Long Island this week of an apparent suicide. Joseph, of Syosset, N.Y., had been reported late last month as missing. Her family said the last communication from her...
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    Better educated nurses save more lives
    Better-educated nurses save more lives. A study known as the Registered Nurses Forecasting (RN4CAST), part of National Institutes of Health is the most detailed and biggest analysis of patient outcomes related to nursing staffs and education.About...
  • Missing student from NYIT vanished sans trace
    Missing nursing student: NYIT student Jasmine Joseph vanished, 22 y/o mystery
    A missing nursing student by the name of Jasmine Joseph recently vanished without a trace, and police have revealed this week that very few leads exist at this time. The 22-year-old student attended the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT),...
  • Holly Bobo Missing Nursing Student
    Holly Bobo: Missing nursing student feared dead, charges filed against suspect
    Missing nursing student Holly Bobo is feared dead, investigators said, and announced yesterday that murder and aggravated kidnapping charges have been brought against a Nashville man thought connected to her disappearance.According to ABC News on...
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    Edmonton mother directed not to breastfeed in public, receives apology
    On February 2, 2014, an Edmonton mother sat down near the financial kiosk in order to feed her 5-month old daughter at a local Superstore in Clareview. After a woman questioned her on what she was doing, she responded with her intentions on...
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