Researchers in the UK announced that nurses administering care to patients with radiotherapy-induced pelvic pains are decreasing patient discomfort dramatically, and they hope to make training for this type of care standard procedure.
If you have considered a career in nursing, but would like to do work that closely resembles the work of a doctor, you should think about becoming a nurse practitioner (NP).
Administrators at hospitals and health clinics across the country want to develop leaders at every level of care in the industry.
People who pursue a career in nursing work long hours and often care for the seriously ill or injured, but they also experience a high level of job satisfaction.
Many changes in the health care system were in the works before the Affordable Care Act was signed into law.
One of the major focuses of the health care industry today is nurse leadership.
This year, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) announced several new advances in treating cancer in its annual progress report, which was published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
People interested in a career in nursing know when a nurse is in the flow of his or her work, it is a dizzying display of technical skill, intelligence and physical strength.
American nurses have always been held in high regard.
There are multiple learning opportunities and support communities around the country for people interested in pursuing a career in nursing.
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