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Top 4 Mobile Apps for Nurses

In this tech savvy world, it shouldn’t be surprising to say that Mobile Apps make the world go around. There are many innovative apps in the world of healthcare that can help nurses, physicians and other healthcare professionals improve the value that they bring to patient care, and the overall healthcare industry.

A Guide to Accurate Drug Dosage Calculations for Nursing Professionals

When it comes to medication and dosages, nurses have to keep track of the number of times, and the quantity, when administering drugs to patients. On top of that, performing correct dosage calculations is critical in the nursing profession. Mastering it is a key aspect in a nurse’s practice. If you are already a nurse, or have just stepped into the profession, you should be well aware of the basics related to every drug dosage calculation.

Nurses– Pay Attention to These Social Media Do’s & Don’ts

The popularity of social media has opened up a whole new spectrum of opportunities, but also problems for professionals. When used wisely, within professional boundaries, it can be a boon for professionals; but it can also pose a threat. Before you become part of this ongoing viral storm, here are some social media do’s and don’ts to consider.

3 Ways to Prevent Nurse Burnout!

Nursing is one of the most in-demand and exciting professions at present. However, being a nurse is not an easy job, from dealing with different types of patients, to keeping up with the pace of dynamic healthcare, it often leaves nurses stressed and drained. To help cope with work and to keep burnout at bay, in this blog we will be discussing 3 ways to prevent nurse burnout.

Fun and Informative YouTube Channels for Nurses

In today’s digital age, YouTube has emerged as a huge resource for educational content, aiming to redefine traditional education methods. Students no longer need to spend hours in the library looking for an article; now they can find information in a moment at their fingertips.

3 Facts About Diabetes Treatment That Nurses Need To Know

Diabetes is a major health issue, affecting 7 out of 10 people. As per the WHO, by 2030, diabetes could be the 7th leading cause of death. More than 347 million people around the world suffer from it, making diabetes a global epidemic.