Category Archives: Nursing Education

Alarm Fatigue In The Hospital: It’s Alarming (Infographic)

A typical 15-bed hospital unit experiences 942 high-priority monitoring alarms each day.1 That’s almost 63 alarms per bed each day, or 40 alarms that nurses are required to tend to each hour. With such a high volume of alarms sounding … Continue reading

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How To Get Better Grades Using Social Media (Infographic)

How to get better grades by using social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. Through discussion on social media sites, some students independently formed their own study groups, without the encouragement from their instructors. Implementing social media sites in … Continue reading

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How To Know When To Go To The ER (Infographic)

Knowing when a condition is serious enough to warrant a visit to your hospital’s emergency room is vital information. You can prevent an unnecessary and costly trip to the ER by knowing when it is appropriate to go, or whether … Continue reading

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The Exam Cram (Inforgraphic)

Is consuming massive amounts of coffee and holing up in libraries to devour a semester’s worth of information in just a few nights the best way to study? This infographic shows that science says no — stress and cramming can … Continue reading

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The Need-To-Knows Of A Future Nurse (Infographic)

Are you thinking about a career as a registered nurse? This essential information will help you on your path to becoming a successful RN.

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The Story of How and Why I Became A Nurse Entrepreneur

My First Nursing Job In 1980 I was hired at Staten Island University Hospital during the severe nursing shortage that was occurring here in New York City. Even though I was a new nurse, I was put into the Intensive … Continue reading

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Top 10 CPR Myths

Michele and I have been teaching CPR to healthcare professionals and students since 1984. We have seen the development, improvement, and wide-spread acceptance of CPR education over these years. Despite these advances, we still hear many myths about CPR every … Continue reading

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Top 10 AED Myths

There are many automated external defibrillators (AED) available in medical related as well as public places. Most of the public know what an AED is – but have never had their hands on one or been trained on how to … Continue reading

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A Nurse’s Guide For Prescribing The Possessive Apostrophe

Or should this be titled “A Nurses’ Guide…?” This is one of the biggest and most serious questions every healthcare professional in America is struggling with today. Where, when, and how do we properly use the possessive apostrophe? In order … Continue reading

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A Portrait Of Thanks Photo Mosaic Project

Your Smile Will Help Nursing Students Get a Picture Perfect Start Johnson & Johnson’s Campaign for Nursing’s Future is creating a unique mosaic image that celebrates the nursing profession. This campaign will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year.

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