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Using Video Games to Train Nurses

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Whether you like retro games such as Pac Man, Centipede, or Asteroids or more modern ones like World of Warcraft, Call of Duty, or Madden NFL, you’ve got to admit that there’s something fun about making your way to the next level or finally getting a really high-scoring game. Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland…

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Tips for Aspiring Nurse Entrepreneurs

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Are you thinking about using your expertise as a nurse to launch a business? Do you have innovative ideas about patient care? Are you eager to create a new opportunity at the forefront of health care that is independent, flexible, and profitable? Perhaps owning your own business is your next move. As a nurse entrepreneur,…

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Meeting the Needs of the New Graduate Nurse: Self-Care Education

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New grad training programs have been recognized over the years as a necessity to help new nurses transition successfully from the role of student to professional nurse. These new grad training programs provide a structured curriculum to acclimate nurses into the organization and the nursing profession. These programs provide a foundation for the nurses’ career….

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Tips to Get the Most out of Conferences

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Professional nursing conferences provide extensive learning and networking opportunities. These informative and inspiring gatherings can also feel intimidating. Make your first—or next conference—an enjoyable and productive experience with these tips

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How Interprofessional Education is Transforming the Nursing Role

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How nurses and other health care disciplines are being educated is starting to have a significant impact on the nursing role. A growing focus on interprofessional education (IPE) is shifting what we know about how the health care team can best work to improve patient lives. It is critical to understand what IPE is, why…

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