95 Funny Nursing eCards and Memes

95 Funny Nursing eCards and Memes

Nursing is indeed a noble and rewarding profession but sometimes a day from work (or even school) can be handful. Fortunately, laughter can help relieve a stressful day and can lighten the moment. It is true that to survive this line of work, you need to have a good and twisted sense of humor to tolerate some of the weirdest and grossest things the human body has ever produce. [no_toc]

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10 Brilliant Tips to Overcome Test Anxiety

When you’re stressed and anxious during the exam, your mind has a tendency to go completely blank. Information is there, you are just having difficulty recalling because of stress. Here are some tips on how to reduce or overcome test anxiety:

While preparing for a big test, be it the NCLEX or the NLE, you’ve spent countless of hours studying and reviewing your notes. The day of the exam comes and you feel your heartbeat racing and your mind losing focus. Trying to ignore these cues, you sit down in front of your test and your mind goes blank! [no_toc]

Test anxiety exists and is a common problem among students. Anyone taking an exam…

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Lydia E. Hall’s Care, Cure, Core Theory

Lydia Hall: Care, Cure, Core.

Nursing theory in line with Lydia Hall is nothing short of revolutionary. In the 1960s, she put down in her own simple words, her thoughts about nursing. She did not consider herself a nurse theorist, but instead talked about her transparent thoughts and remarkable ideas of nursing care as she learned it over the years. These lead to the development of her “Care, Cure, Core Theory,”also known as…

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Lydia E. Hall

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Lydia Eloise Hall (September 21, 1906 – February 27, 1969) was a nursing theorist who developed the Care, Cure, Core model of nursing. Her theory defined Nursing as “a participation in care, core and cure aspects of patient care, where CARE is the sole function of nurses, whereas the CORE and CURE are shared with other members of the health team.”

She was an innovator, motivator, and mentor…

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7 Tips on How to Look Great in Your Nursing Scrubs

Here are several tips on how to easily and inexpensively look awesome in your scrubs every day, and experience a little of the color and fashion that’s missing in your life.

Who says that fashion and style are only tied up to a certain profession? Well, broaden your thoughts and think over again! Even if you are in the medical field, fashion speaks louder than your usual worn out garments and oldie style. [no_toc]

Nurses spend most of their time wearing their scrubs. In fact, they even start and end the day with it. And when invited by some friends after work, they…

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Nurses for Change Movement to Stage ‘Mass Action’ on October 17

RA 9173 states that Filipino nurses should be receiving not less than Salary Grade 15. But in actuality nurses are receiving way less than what is stated by the law. #Nurses4Change

Manila, PhilippinesNurses for Change Movement is planning to hold a protest next month after a letter by the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to Rep. Leah S. Paquiz of Ang Nars went viral on social media.

DBM's letter to Ang Nars Rep. Leah S. Paquiz (Click to enlarge)

DBM’s letter to Ang Nars Rep. Leah S. Paquiz (Click to enlarge)

In the said letter dated May 26, 2014, DBM apparently turned down the proposed increase in wages of nurses.

“While the…

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Martha E. Rogers

Martha Elizabeth Rogers (May 12, 1914 – March 13, 1994) was an American nurse, researcher, theorist, and author widely known for developing the Science of Unitary Human Beings and for her landmark book, An Introduction to the Theoretical Basis of Nursing.

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Martha Elizabeth Rogers (May 12, 1914 – March 13, 1994) was an American nurse, researcher, theorist, and author widely known for developing the Science of Unitary Human Beings and for her landmark book, An Introduction to the Theoretical Basis of Nursing.

She believes that a patient can never be separated from his or her environment when addressing health and treatment. Her knowledge about…

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Martha E. Rogers’ Theory of Unitary Human Beings

Martha E. Rogers’ Theory of Unitary Human Beings

The belief of the coexistence of the human and the environment has greatly influenced the process of change toward better health. In short, a patient can’t be separated from his or her environment when addressing health and treatment. This view lead and opened Martha E. Rogers‘ theory, known as the “Science of Unitary Human Beings,”which allowed nursing to be considered one of the scientific…

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35+ Best Nursing Apps for Android and iOS

Here are 35 useful nursing apps for Android and iOS that can help nurses simplify tasks and focus more on caring!

We nurses have tremendous dedication in giving the best possible care to our patients. To achieve that, nursing care go hand in hand with technology. With a mobile app that provide us, let’s say, quick reference to a drug or disease, providing safe and efficient care is achieved all the time. These 35+ nursing apps are invaluable throughout our career, whether as a student or a professional nurse.

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