As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, families across the nation are grappling with the question of whether or not to bring their loved ones home from long-term care facilities, like assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. Concerns about the spread of the potentially deadly respiratory disease are causing families to shelter their parents and loved ones […]
Continuing education units for nurses are becoming ubiquitous, but not always for free and often times quite costly. If you’re getting NurseRegistry’s newsletter you’re already getting a monthly list of free webinars and conferences. If you’re not, subscribe now. Even with vigilant attendance of conferences, you might find your renewal date approaching and you’re still […]
September is National Recovery Month and addiction and suicide are both on the rise with sheltering in place. In 2020, we hope everyone will stand in support of those struggling with addiction.
Plastic surgery has been gaining popularity in recent years and even more so during sheltering in place, as more and more people look for ways to improve their quality of life. For some patients, plastic surgery offers a way to correct abnormalities that cause difficulties in their day to day life. For others, plastic surgery […]
The nursing field is constantly evolving, along with it the educational backgrounds needed to succeed in this high-demand field. While earning a Bachelor of Science (BSN) is a significant time and money investment, many nurses find that the benefits are well worth it.
Nurses often experience nurse burnout, which is characterized by physical, mental, and emotional fatigue.