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  • How to Dress For a Nursing Interview? For fresh graduates and those who are new in the nursing industry, it is important to learn how t9o dress up in an interview. Since nursing profession is a career ...
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  • Ethical Issues in the Nursing Profession Nursing embodies a great deal of professionalism and just like any other professions, ethical issues in nursing have become a matter of concern for its practitioners. Professionals even people in ...
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  • Tips to Be Confident During Job Interviews Almost everyone especially those who do not have any job interview experience yet are nervous on his/her couple of first’s interview. We know that it is our make ...
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  • Tips to Stay Younger at Hearts Well, staying young at heart is just easy. All you need to do is be yourself, cut people some slack and have fun! In today’s busy world, wherein everyone ...
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  • What are the Accelerated Nursing Programs? Accelerated nursing programs are programs that enable someone to get a degree in nursing, and then enter the medical field in a span of shorter time than the time required ...
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  • Nursing Profession: Sample Interview Questions Interviews are crucial part in entering a job especially interviews related to the medical field. One must be knowledgeable and confident on one’s skills as well as the roles ...
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  • Why is it Cool to Date Nurses? Nurses are like ordinary people who also wanted to have good and long lasting relationships. The working schedule might be crazy, which could be a reason why nurses find it ...
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  • How to Cope with Stress in Nursing Nowadays, employees often complain too much stress because of work. In the medical field, medical staff also experiences some amount of stress, especially for nurses. Because of the changing shift ...
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  • The Importance of Mentoring in Nursing In every field of expertise, the success of one individual is always attributed to the experience and often times to the mentor. In general speaking and concept, the process of ...
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  • Being a Neonatal Nurse Neonatal nurses are the nurses who take care of newly born children. This is a good career for those who love infants because they take care of born babies after ...
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  • Acid-free Coffee vs. Regular Coffee For us nurses, since we work on shifting schedules, we need an energy booster especially during night shifts. With this, a lot of us are coffee drinkers or what we ...
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  • Nursing: Clinical Nurse Specialist What is a Clinical Nurse Specialist? A Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) is a nurse who holds a Master's or doctoral degree in a specialized area of nursing. To be ...
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  • Erik Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development AKA Erik Homburger Erikson Born: June 15, 1902 Birthplace: Frankfurt am Main, Germany Died: May 12, 1994 Location of death: Harwich, MA Cause of death: unspecified Religion: Jewish Race or Ethnicity: White Occupation: Psychologist Nationality: United States Executive summary: Eight Stages of Childhood Psychosocial development as articulated by Erik Erikson describes eight developmental stages through which a healthily developing human should pass from infancy to late adulthood. In each stage the person confronts, and hopefully masters, new challenges. Each stage builds on the successful completion of earlier stages. The challenges of stages not successfully completed may be expected to reappear as problems in the future. Psychosocial Development Stages Summary  Stage  Basic Conflict  Important Events  Outcome  Infancy (birth to 18 months ...
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  • Mammography DefinitionMammography is a radiographic technique used to detect breast cysts or tumors, especially those not palpable on physical examination. In xeromammography, a specially charged plate records the radiographic images and transfers them to a special paper. Biopsy of suspicious areas may be required to confirm malignancy. Although 90% to 95% of malignant breast tumors can be detected by mammography, this test produces many false positive results. Mammography may follow such screening procedures as ultrasonography or thermography. Purpose To screen for malignant breast tumors.To investigate breast masses, breast pain, or nipple discharge.To differentiate between benign breast disease and malignant tumors.To monitor patients with breast cancer who are treated with breast-conserving surgery and radiation. Procedure Patient Preparation ...
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