Monday, January 20, 2020

Roxanne Nelson, BSN, RN

Roxanne Nelson is a registered nurse and health/medical writer whose works has appeared in a wide range of publications for both healthcare professionals and consumers. These include Medscape, The Lancet, Prevention, Scientific American, WebMD, American Journal of Nursing, Frontline, National Geographic, Hematology Adviser, American Journal of Medical Genetics, Reuter's Health, Vegetarian Times, the Washington Post, Popular Science, among others.




Nursing school can be brutal. Just ask any nurse who’s gone through it and survived. Getting through nursing school means gaining clinical...
Yelp is the go-to website when looking for customer reviews, whether it’s a restaurant, plumber, hair salon or physician. There are more...
There are a lot of reasons to eat whole grains. They are a major source of dietary fiber as well as vitamins,...
The U.S. is currently in the midst of an unprecedented opioid epidemic, which has become a public health crisis with devastating consequences....
Physician assistants (PAs) work in a wide range of healthcare settings, but the best paying jobs appear to be in hospitals, according...
If you’re reading an article about healthcare or medicine, the experts being quoted are most likely physicians. Chances are, if there any...

Recent posts

4 Talking Points to Share with Patients Using Wearable, Health Tech

As wearable health tech explodes in the market, questions remain about its accuracy and safety. Here's what to tell patients.

Critical Care Resuscitation Center Boosts Survival Rate Over ICUs

A specialized intensive-care center helps critical patients receive life-saving treatment faster.

Support of Vaccines Has Fallen 10 Points Since 2001: 4 Strategies for HCPs to Flip This Trend

After 2019's measles outbreak, the news about the American public's perception of vaccines is hardly surprising.

New Research Reveals Another Reason to Keep Burnout at Bay — Your Heart Health

If it wasn't enough that burnout can ruin your career and personal life, new research shows it condition can also harm your physical health.

See the Emotional Image Challenging Perceptions of Patient ‘Noncompliance’

It may even convince you to stop using the word "noncompliance" altogether.


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