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Cardiac Nursing

Cardiac nursing, also known as cardiovascular nursing, is a specialty within the profession of nursing that assists in the treatment of cardiovascular disease, or heart problems. Patients under the care of cardiac nursing ...

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What Nurses Need to Know about PDA's

Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) provide nurses with portable access to extensive reference materials as well as other organizational and time saving benefits. Although many nurses have adopted PDA technology, many nurse...

By: Collen Davenport, RN

10 Reasons To Become A Nurse

Thinking about nursing? Here are 10 reasons why nursing makes a great career. 1. Nurses are in demand now, and will be even more in demand by 2020. In fact, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) h...

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Patient-doctor ethnic differences thwart end-of-life conversations

Most doctors balk at talking with seriously ill patients about what's important to them in their final days, especially if the patient's ethnicity is different than their own, according to a new...


UK doctors unlikely to be able to repay student loans

UK doctors are unlikely to be able to repay their student loans over the course of their working lives, amassing debts of more than 80,000 by the time they graduate, in some cases, finds research...


WHO admit faults over Ebola response, suggest areas for improvement

A statement from the World Health Organization leadership identifies failures in their response to the Ebola epidemic and specifies areas of reform.



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