Why I’m a Plant-Based Nurse

Subscribing to a plant-based diet may have seemed like a hippy thing to do back in the day but it has certainly proven that it’s a lifestyle and not just a fad. Today, there are many individuals and households who don’t consume anything with a face. More and more are following suit because they’re learning more about its benefits. The Major Benefits of Eating a Plant-Based Diet Here’s a quick round-up of the benefits that you can get by switching from being a carnivore to a herbivore: ...

Subscribing to a plant-based diet may have seemed like a hippy thing to do back in the day but it has certainly proven t...

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Differences between NP and PA.

The nursing and healthcare profession is a large field, providing you with plenty of career options be it to start with or expand to. Eventually, you will come across the debate between nurse practitioners (NP) and physicians’ assistants (PA). Both play vital roles in healthcare, but there are fundamental differences here. NP vs AP Side by Side Comparison A PA has to study in a medical school while an NP goes to a nursing school. Physicians’ assistants concentrate on a disease cente...

The nursing and healthcare profession is a large field, providing you with plenty of career options be it to start with ...

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Improving Your Morning Routine as a Nurse

Do you start your day by dreading it? Do you wake up in the morning, rush through your household obligations, and arrive at work with already frazzled nerves? Do you feel like a nurse burnout is imminent, if not inevitable unless certain steps are taken? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you will appreciate the following ways of improving your morning routine as a nurse! Keep in mind that the better your mornings are, the better the rest of your day will likely be. Wa...

Do you start your day by dreading it? Do you wake up in the morning, rush through your household obligations, and arrive...

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Let’s Get Real About Nurse to Patient Ratios

What happens to patients when nurses are short-staffed or work with a high nurse-to-patient ratio? The Truth About Nursing answers: “When nurses are forced to work with high nurse-to-patient ratios, patients die, get infections, get injured, or get sent home too soon without adequate education about how to take care of their illness or injury. So they return right back to the hospital, often sicker than before.” What about the nurses? They get burnout from the physical and emotional exhaus...

What happens to patients when nurses are short-staffed or work with a high nurse-to-patient ratio? The Truth About Nurs...