How To Become A Nurse Blogger/Social Media Influencer

Nursing is a rewarding and fulfilling career, but it doesn’t always have to be restricted to the hospital setting. Becoming a nurse blogger or social media influencer is an excellent way to share your knowledge and experience with other nurses and the public. Read on to discover how to become a nurse blogger and social media influencer. Start Your Blog … Read More

What do CNAs do?

Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are an integral part of the healthcare team, providing primary care to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and other medical settings. Their duties include helping with bathing, grooming, feeding, and providing emotional support to patients and their families. Keep reading to learn more about what CNAs do and why they are necessary for all healthcare settings. … Read More

What is Long-Term Care?

As a nurse, you have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings. One is long-term care. There are over 65,000 long-term care facilities in the U.S. According to the National Institute on Aging, about 70% of adults over 65 will require some long-term care services at some point in their lives. In this blog post, we will define … Read More

How to Choose a Nursing Specialty: New and Experienced Nurses

Choosing a nursing specialty can be difficult, whether you’re a new nurse or an experienced nurse. There are so many specialties to choose from, and it’s hard to know which is right for you. Here are some tips to help you choose the right nursing specialty for you: What is a Nursing Specialty? Over 1.75 million registered nurses are working … Read More

Short-Staffing.

Is your healthcare facility struggling with finding the correct number of staff to maintain patient care? You’re not alone. Because of the nursing shortage, many hospitals and other medical facilities find it challenging to maintain optimal staffing levels. In this blog post, we’ll define short staffing, explore the reasons behind the shortage, discuss the impact of short-staffed shifts on patients … Read More

New Framework Released by WHO Aimed at Long-term Care Crisis

In an era when the global population is aging, and the number of people aged 80 and older is growing faster than any other age group, policymakers are facing a long term care crisis that threatens to overwhelm economies and societies. Lead author Dr Maria A van den Muijsenbergh from Radboud University Medical Center in The Netherlands said: ‘The rising … Read More