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The Sweaty Nurse's Remedy List

The Sweaty Nurse's Remedy List

Year round, I get so hot when I'm at work, I can't stand it. I'm always on the move, turning patients, running for bed alarms, lifting, bending....and sweating! Others have told me they have a similar problem and are tired of looking gross and smelling bad after only an hour on shift.

So I have a few tips for all of you sweaty nurses.

Must-have iOS Apps for Nurses & Nursing Students: Pt. 3

Must-have iOS Apps for Nurses & Nursing Students: Pt. 3

Now that Adrianne has helped you fill up all that extra memory on your iPhone with the previous 18 apps, she's got 9 more for you! In part three, she shares the last nursing-related apps in her folder. But never fear, this app-queen will probably find and share more with you as the semester rolls on. 

10 Pro-Tips for Daytime Sleeping

10 Pro-Tips for Daytime Sleeping

Adrianne, a night-shifter for more than a decade, has just crawled into bed after a long hospital shift, so this is real and unedited information in her most honest, exhausted state. She lists 10 of her tried-and-true favorites for getting better daytime sleep and elaborates on the interesting ones.

5 Tips for Baby-faced Nurses: Be Taken Seriously

5 Tips for Baby-faced Nurses: Be Taken Seriously

 To someone who's lived 60 or 80 years, I must look like I belong outside playing hopscotch.  So how do you get adult and geriatric patients to put their faith in your young, capable hands? I've got a few tips that have helped me out in these situations. Hear me out, guys.

Goals of a Nurse in Her 2nd Year

Goals of a Nurse in Her 2nd Year

I’ve grown by leaps and bounds in the last 12 months, but there’s still an unmeasurable amount left to do and learn as I move forward. That's true of any nurse.

So Cheers to the future! My sights are on growing through my 2nd year with grace and patience.