Caring Is a Delicate Balance: Cohen Children’s Medical Center is Now a Magnet Facility

  On April 27, 2016, the Cohen Children’s Medical Center got the call that their Magnet Journey was now over. CCMC has officially attained Magnet Status as awarded by the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center. Congratulations! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Re1Gaq2DiAY&feature=youtu.be

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Ellen DeGeneres Celebrates Nurses and Says Thank You To Nurse Kelley Johnson, RN

Miss America 2016 – While other contestants sang, danced or played instruments for the talent competition on the second night of preliminaries in Atlantic City, Kelley Johnson, Miss Colorado, delivered a unique monologue about experience as a nurse.     Listen To Kelly Johnson share that Ellen is able to be funny without offending anyone… […]

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7 Ways to Voice Criticism Without Being Negative A Guest Post by Anna Johansson

Criticism is sometimes treated as a dirty word, but think about two indisputable facts about our lives: nothing is perfect, and the only way to improve something is to find and correct its flaws. Knowing this, we can infer that everything should be open to criticism, and that criticism is necessary if we ever want to […]

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Cover Story: Bullying in the Workplace A Guest Post by Don Sandler

The topic of bullying has gotten a lot of attention in recent years as the negative effects of the bullying suffered by children have become more apparent. Children are being encouraged to report bullies and stand up for friends who are bullied. Unfortunately, children aren’t the only ones who are suffering at the hands of […]

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4 Tips to Ensure That You Fuel Your Caring Nature From a Full Heart and Not Fumes

Dearest Caregiver Acknowledge and Respect Your Compassion Nature Most people have the capacity to feel empathy for another person when there is a tragedy such as a plane crash or mass shooting. Some people have the capacity to rise to the occasion and offer a helping hand to someone in need. However, very few people […]

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When the Nurse Becomes the Patient

  Published on Mar 20, 2016 Lynn Bartos has been a nurse at the Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee for the past 44 years. However, after developing an illness, she became a patient in the hospital, and is being treated by a former patient. Steve Hartman has more.

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March 20th: Happy International Day of Happiness

  Background Speaking at the High Level Meeting on “Happiness and Well-Being: Defining a New Economic Paradigm” convened during the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly, Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stated that the world “needs a new economic paradigm that recognizes the parity between the three pillars of sustainable development. Social, economic and environmental well-being are […]

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