Nurses, Three Ways to Clear Energy Blocks Guest Posting by Elizabeth Scala

I had the privilege of speaking at theMid-Atlantic Reiki conference this weekend. One of the statements made struck me as so profound: In healthcare we’ve got all of the tools. We’re educated about the body. We’ve got the information about illness, disease, and what behaviors can help prevent it. We ‘know’ all that we need to know. […]

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The ABCs of Caregiving Guest Posting By Maryanne Curran

Throughout our lives, we each perform a variety of different roles.  For me, I have been a daughter, sister, student, sales clerk, secretary, coach, and a writer.  The one role I thought I would never assume is now the main focus of my life – caregiver. My journey as a caregiver began in 2003.  My […]

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Celebrating the Profession of Nursing: Nursing Success TV attracts a loyal audience of online viewers

Nursing Success TV attracts a loyal audience of online viewers http://www.nursingsuccesstv.com/ Statistics show nurses have spent over 200 hours watching the Web-based program January 9, 2014, Hunt Valley, MD:  Since launching in October 2013, Nursing Success TV has been viewed by thousands of nurses across all specialties and experience levels.  The online show is formatted […]

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The Challenge for New Nurses When Caring for the Aged: A Guest Posting By Ryan Hughes

Compassion and a nurturing nature are typical personality traits for any individuals who choose to enter the nursing field. A desire to help the sick and injured, as well as great determination, are also pre-requisites that equip these honorable people for their profession. When new nurses actually begin their first positions after completing nursing school, […]

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