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Connect with other nurses around the world through iNurse Radio. Nurses share their personal stories, trade secrets, and healthy tips for better nursing!

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Today, we will be discussing the healthcare system and its design, something that is a hot topic in the world of politics, and in the world of healthcare professionals. This issue can be observed from many different viewpoints,... more

Today, we will be discussing the benefits of laughter, and how incorporating more laughter into your life can amplify your wellbeing. We have the pleasure of speaking with Edna Thayer. Edna is a Nurse, Author, and Speaker based out of... more

Today in iNurse Radio we are speaking with Nurse, Clinical Consultant, and author, Jane Gabbidon about Healthcare Regulations. Healthcare not only affects our daily lives, but it is becoming more of a common topic addressed in... more

We have the pleasure of welcoming back Nurse Reezena Malaska who was featured on our recent iNurse Radio episode The Dark Side of Nursing. Her experience as a Critical Care Nurse, Nurse Supervisor, and Trauma Critical... more

Today on our program we will discuss: The dark side of nursing, its impact on a nurse's life and well-being. Being a nurse can be demanding and extremely stressful, having both physical and emotional impacts on a nurse. Some of... more

Today we will be speaking with Geriatric Nurse Specialist and author Paula Gibeson, who has extensive experience in the field of Gerontology. One of her goals as an author, is to provide information about proper care-giving... more

In this week's iNurse Episode we are discussing: Quality of care guidelines, featuring Nurse Reezena Malaska. You may remember Reezena as one of our guest speakers from our iNurse episode:Reducing Nurse Fatigue. If you haven't... more

According to the CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic. For the average adult, the required amount of sleep is 8 hours. A recent study revealed that 1/3 of adults tend to sleep... more

On this week's episode we discuss, Patients and Nurses: A Powerful Force an article that focuses on the Patient/Nurse relationship, and the quality of the partnership as well as how it has developed over time. This article specifically... more

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