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  • Far More Than a Lady With a Lamp
    In medical school, as one of only 10 female students, I ignored Florence Nightingale assiduously. I didn’t want to play any of the roles I thought she modeled for women — obedient wife, caring sister, modest daughter.   It wasn[...]
    Date Posted: 06/Mar/2014
  • Nurses Strike
    The National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives has postponed it industrial action scheduled to begin on Monday, its National President, Mr. Abdulrafiu Adeniji, has said.   Adeniji, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Mar/2014
  • Nightingale Tribute in Honour of Nrs. Charles Ogah: A Friend and Colleague
    Nursing is a calling, a lifestyle, a way of living. Nurses here today honor Nrs. Charles Ogah and his life as a nurse. Nrs. Charles Ogah is not remembered by his years as a nurse, but by the difference he made during those years by stepping into[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Mar/2014
  • Moving On After Your First Patient Death
      By JANA (RN) RealityRn   My first nursing job was as a camp nurse the summer I graduated. It seemed like a great way to spend my last free summer while studying for boards. Lots of sun and friends. A week or so after boards (the[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Mar/2014
  • Urgent care staff must be alert to atypical signs of life-threatening meningococcal septic...
      Nurses working in emergency care environments must be trained to recognise the atypical signs and symptoms of meningococcal septicaemia.   A case study, published in Emergency Nurse, reveals how easy it is for such symptoms to be[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Mar/2014
  • Nurses Are Not Nurse Maids
      The fight for more respect.   AN INTERVIEW WITH JERRY R. LUCAS, RN AND OWNER AND PUBLISHER OF MALE NURSING MAGAZINE In this interview, Lucas discusses the mistreatment of nurses, arguing that they are skilled professionals, not[...]
    Date Posted: 05/Mar/2014
  • 34Years IAP AWARD: Nurses Postpone Strike Indefinitely
    The National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has postponed its industrial action scheduled to begin on Monday, its National President, Mr Abdulrafiu Adeniji, has said.   Adeniji, in an interview with the News Agency of[...]
    Date Posted: 04/Mar/2014
  • Nurses Decry Nation's Insecurity
    The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has described insecurity as a major challenge confronting the country today. The body is therefore calling on the general public to join hands with the government in ensuring that th[...]
    Date Posted: 04/Mar/2014
 
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