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When Necessity Results in Invention: Jean Snyder and the ERMA

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When Jean Snyder, DNAP, CRNA, read a story about a vibrant boy who went in for routine surgery and instead of coming home, died during, she knew she had to do something. The cause of the child’s death was a medication error. “As a mother and as a nurse anesthetist, my heart grieved for this…

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Questions to Ask During Your Nursing Interview

Questions to Ask During Your Nursing Interview

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When preparing for an interview, it is important to not only focus on what questions you might be asked, but also questions to ask the employer. Your inquiries will help you determine whether the job will be a good fit for you and give you insight into what it is truly like to work there….

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Out in the Country: Working as a Nurse in a Rural Setting

Out in the Country: Working as a Nurse in a Rural Setting

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Andrew J. Johnson, APRN, CRNA, grew up in a rural area and always knew that it was the exact type of setting where he wanted to work. As the sole anesthesia provider for a critical access hospital in Olivia, Minnesota, Johnson loves what he does. But he does face quite a lot of challenges. Read…

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Getting Millennial Nurses to Commit to Your Organization

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We know firsthand what it’s like to be a parent to a millennial nurse. My millennial daughter is married to a travel nurse. They are out living the dream in their “tiny house” on wheels with a beautiful cream-colored golden retriever named Arlo. Jennifer, a nurse herself for 43 years, is a mother to a…

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The Key Role Nurses Play in Patients’ Journeys with Chronic Diseases

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It’s an exciting time to be a nurse—our role in health care is as important as ever and we have access to technologies and innovations that allow us to provide better care for patients. Even with these advances, however, the importance of ensuring we are well prepared to be sources of support remains constant. During…

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