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Travel Nursing: Gastroenterology

by Kathleen Stone

It might not seem like the most glamorous medical field, but gastroenterology offers lots of diverse opportunities and jobs. Find out if you'd enjoy a job as a gastroenterology travel nurse. Read more

Travel Nursing: Dialysis

by Kathleen Stone

With kidney disease on the rise, the need for dialysis nurses is increasing as well. Whether you're caring for chronic dialysis patients in a hospital or treating those with acute kidney failure, you can make a big difference in improving their quality of life. Find out what it takes to become a dialysis travel nurse. Read more

Five Ways Nurses Can Protect Themselves from Workplace Violence

by Lindsay Wilcox

A patient's recent attack on four nurses at a Minnesota hospital has facilities reevaluating security measures to keep staff and patients safe. Here are some tips on protecting yourself from workplace violence. Read more

How to Protect Your Patients from Ebola

by Lindsay Wilcox

The first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. was confirmed by the CDC Sept. 30. Fortunately, the CDC already has precautions in place to prevent the virus from spreading, beginning with a checklist for hospitals released in August. Read more

Six Tips for Preventing Children from Overdosing

by Lindsay Wilcox

A recent study in Pediatrics found that more than 70,000 children are hospitalized each year due to accidental medication overdoses -- and a small number of drugs accounted for 45 percent of the cases. Read more

INFOGRAPHIC: Nine Ways to Improve Sepsis Outcomes

by Lindsay Wilcox

Sepsis, a whole-body inflammation caused by a severe infection, is one of the leading causes of in-hospital deaths. Read on for several ways to prevent sepsis. Read more