PPE In The Age of Ebola

PPE In The Age of Ebola

Please enjoy this informative guest post by Phillip C. Mann, the Technical Director of Kappler. Inc, a specialty manufacturer of American-made protective garments. Phillip and his colleague, Dennis Sanders, appeared on RNFM Radio Episode #141 to discuss the importance of high-quality PPE in the age of Ebola. The arrival of the Ebola virus in the…

“The Innovative Nurse Show” Is Here

“The Innovative Nurse Show” Is Here

Did you know that Kevin Ross of RNFM Radio has launched his own podcast that powerfully augments and broadens the information and inspiration that you’ve come to expect from RNFM Radio? Well, if you didn’t know already, now you do! In late 2014, Kevin launched “The Innovative Nurse Show“, where he shares tips and tricks…

You Offer An Online Nursing Program?

You Offer An Online Nursing Program?

Please enjoy this guest post by Kris Shallenberger of Marian University. Being the Director of Community and Corporate Relations for the Marian University for St. Vincent online Accelerated BSN program in Indianapolis, this a question I’m asked all the time. “Your nursing program is online?” For some people, hearing the word “online” in the title of…

The Balancing Act

The Balancing Act

Please enjoy this guest post by Sharon Weinstein, one of our esteemed 2014 RNFM Radio guests! Think about it – you are only as good as you are balanced!  And your workplace plays a pivotal role in your ability to be well, feel well, and live well.  A workplace is only as good as how…

Top 5 Tips and Advice for Tricky Interview Questions

Top 5 Tips and Advice for Tricky Interview Questions

Please enjoy this guest post by guest blogger Samantha Burns of www.team24privatenursing.co.uk and team24.co.uk. If you’re looking for your first job after graduation, then mastering tricky interview questions is a vital step towards success. Whether you are looking for nursing or doctor jobs or general healthcare jobs in the public or private healthcare sector, be…

“From New to ICU”

“From New to ICU”

Please enjoy this post from guest blogger Courtney Tracy of From New to ICU. Nursing is a specialty that requires a great deal of education whether you are a nursing student or a registered nurse. I recently started a website—From New to ICU—that is focused on helping nurses at all stages of their career! I’m…

Can You Start An IV on the Patient in Room C?

Can You Start An IV on the Patient in Room C?

Please enjoy this guest post by Sharon Weinstein, one of our 2014 RNFM Radio guests! I began my infusion nursing career in the emergency department at University Hospital, Tamarac, FL. I was working with an arrogant (imagine that) physician when a patient entered our facility with chest pain. He asked me to start an IV,…

Guest Post: The Commodity of Care

Guest Post: The Commodity of Care

Please enjoy this guest blog post by Carol Dimon, a UK-based nurse and writer who is a new friend of RNFM Radio. Poor care is taboo in nursing, yet it has festered like a sore for many years. Within the USA, Australia and the UK, there are historical links to workhouses, where the “non-deserving poor”…

Nurse Collaboration: A Nurse Blogger Carnival!

Nurse Collaboration: A Nurse Blogger Carnival!

We’re thrilled to be hosting this week’s edition of the wonderful Nurse Blog Carnival that was created by our friend and colleague, Brittney Wilson, The Nerdy Nurse. For this edition, we’ve chosen the theme of collaboration in nursing, and we have some wonderful submissions to offer. Please read on, and please consider sharing this post…

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