As a registered nurse, I make sure that I take care of my patients. I will do in my power to protect my patients to the point that I will sacrifice my life just for the sake of putting my patients’ life as my first priority. I love my job… Continue reading
Accidents can happen without a two weeks’ notice. It’s one of life’s rude awakenings that if you are in the medical field, this may truly jeopardize your career as we are all humans and can sometimes become prone to mistakes. What if that mistake had cost someone his life? Even… Continue reading
Caring for patients and families during one of the most vulnerable times in their lives and making a difference through the critical care nurse’s knowledge, clinical expertise and collaborative skills—which is a real adrenaline rush, according to Stephanie Kline, RN, MSN, CCRN, CCNS. Kline is a past-president of the American Association… Continue reading
Of course I do not think of myself as one of those crazy people you see on reality TV shows, but I do believe in being prepared for health emergencies. We live in rural North Carolina, about one hundred miles from Wilmington and about as far from Raleigh I suppose.… Continue reading
People in the health care field with entrepreneurial attributes will continue to find ways to work their trade outside the usual settings especially that the health care is considered to be a growth industry. If you are highly organized, confident enough and self-motivated to operate business – choosing to be… Continue reading
If you are working in a hospital, physician-or-nurse- based practitioner, a community health organization or anywhere Marsh US Consumer is offering individual malpractice insurance policy. In a lot of situations, employers cannot be reliable so be sure to think of getting extra protection. In partnership with American Academy of Nurse… Continue reading
Registered nurses are still in a high demand and as the need for nurses were expected to bloat by 22 percent through 2018 as of May 2008, from the data of Bureau of Labor Statistics. Several health care companies have been affected by the scarcity of registered nurses, thus, medical… Continue reading
In all possible occupations, we can’t 100 percent avoid human errors. But having such in medical occupations can be fatal. May it be negligence or pure accident, once the action results to something fatal, the case may leave doctors and even nurses bankrupt.
A common error done by nurses occurs… Continue reading
The CLASS Act is in the risk of being revoked. The Community Living Assistance Services and Supports Program (CLASS)Act, which was achieved by Ted Kennedy is now voted to be repealed by 267-159 majority in the Senate House.
As remembered, the act was created in the hope of bringing long-term… Continue reading
Nurses are among those busy people. You work 24 hours a day. You are always on call for duty. Because of your busy schedule, health and other matters are neglected. Now is the time to prepare for your future. Purchase your nursing insurance as early as today. You cannot predict… Continue reading