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"Just a nurse." This phrase is said often in healthcare settings, but it belittles the invaluable service nurses provide patients and the rest of the care team...
A recent report from the National Academy of Medicine got the general public buzzing last week about something health professionals have known for years: Clinician burnout is...
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An NP and a resident discuss practice autonomy, quality of life and more.
In theory, it's up to nurse leaders and administrators to deal with bullying at their facilities, but this often doesn't happen. Then, the responsibility falls on nurses themselves.
If you need more proof that the PA profession is evolving, then look no further than the most recently certified group of physician assistants.
On a daily basis, does the work you’re performing feel like that of an assistant?
This exercise can help you assess how close to burnout you really are and these tips can help you move past it.
As we celebrate PAs, it's important to recognize some of the biggest milestones from the past year, while looking ahead at what the future may hold.
Medscape’s annual survey of the yearly compensation of registered nurses reveals that their full-time earnings don't reflect what one would expect with the steadily growing job market.
The annual Magnet Conference, hosted by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, kicks off Thursday, October 10, in sunny Orlando.
Understaffing, low-pay, more high-acuity patients, abuse from peers and leaders, physical injuries and burnout all drive nurses away from the bedside.
Because nursing pay can vary widely depending on speciality, city, education and level of experience, it can be tough to know your worth — and fight for...
Roughly 75 percent of workplace assaults every year take place in healthcare settings. Nurses are the most likely to be victimized.
Even among the most advanced healthcare organizations, implementing cybersecurity measures can be ineffective if not done consistently and with best practices in mind.
One of the reasons nurse bullying still persists is that no one truly knows why it happens.
Employment in the healthcare and social assistance sector will account for one-third of all new jobs in the U.S. in 2026.
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Recent research confirms what nurses and those who work with them have known for years...