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    Free Business Cards for NursingLink Members!

    Free Business Cards for NursingLink Members!
    NursingLink has partnered with VistaPrint to provide free business cards to all of our members. You can pick from a library of templates, choose the contact information you want to include and have your business cards delivered in just a few days! Printing is free! You pay only for shipping and processing.
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    How to Upload or Change Your Profile Picture

    Learn how to upload a profile picture, or "avatar", to your NursingLink profile, or change your existing picture. 1) One your profile page, click the "Edit" link that appears next to your profile picture 2) Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and click on the section labeled "Your Avatar." 3) Under this section, you should either see ...
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    How to Close Your NursingLink Account

    1) Log into your account 2) Click on "My Profile" in the top right (next to your avatar) 3) Once you're on your profile page, click on "My Account" 4) Once you're in your account, click on "Cancel Membership": 5) Next, click on the Cancel Membership button. NursingLink will then warn you that this is a permanent action and ask ...
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    How to Add Friends on NursingLink

    1) To add a NursingLink user as your friend, go to that user's profile page. You can find a user's profile page by searching for them in the search box using the "People" filter. 2) On the user's profile page, underneath their picture, click on the link that says "Add [username] as a Friend." 3) You will go to a page ...
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    How to Include Photos in a Forum Post

    Want to share a photo directly in a forum post with other nurses instead of posting a link? This tutorial will show you how to include photos in your post by using a feature in the toolbar. Step One: After clicking "Reply to This Topic" you'll be presented with a text box with a toolbar. Locate the landscape icon (mountain w/ ...
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    10 Funky Hospital Smells

    You think garbage collectors have it hard when it comes to on-the-job smells? Well, they do, but at least in their case they're prepared and can even wear a mask. Plus, there's a lot of margin for error. They don't have to look at whatever's causing the offensive odor; they can just close their eyes and dump it into the ...
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    How to Write a Private Message

    Writing a user a private message (PM) means the message will only be seen between you and the other member. This tutorial will show you how to write a PM, and the various places you can access a member's profile to write them a message. Step 1: Locate the person you want to write a private message to. You can locate ...
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    6 Ways Nurses Can Beat Compassion Fatigue

    The stresses and strains of working in the nursing industry can take their toll on even the strongest personality. From persistent patients to strict regulations, nurses are constantly facing challenges both big and small, physical and emotional. At some point, it is more than likely that the pressures of your job will get to you and you will wonder, "Is ...
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    How to Get a Flexible Work Schedule

    How to Get a Flexible Work Schedule
    Men and women are feeling the squeeze: on one end from child care, for which, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 15 percent of workers had access to employer assistance in 2006, and on the other end from elder care as demographics shift toward an aging population. With these dual responsibilities in mind, some are looking to flexible ...
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    5 Tips to Maximize Productivity in Nursing

    Everyone wants to maximize productivity — no matter the setting — and hospitals are no different than offices, classrooms, warehouses, or anywhere else where work is done. For those looking for an answer on the surface, "working harder" is often the most popular remedy for productivity concerns. But what if that isn't possible? What if everyone is working as hard ...
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    How to Hide Your Quiz Score

    NursingLink has tons of career-related and IQ quizzes to test your knowledge on all things related to nursing. This tutorial will show you how to hide your quiz scores in case you don't want them to show up on your profile. Step One: Head over the the quizzes tab to see our entire selection of quizzes. Once you choose to take ...
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    10 Most Annoying Patients

    As if nursing wasn't stressful enough, some patients make it a point to make your jobs even more difficult. Whether they are ungrateful, disrespectful, or just plain clueless, these annoying patients tend to grate on your last nerves. Unfortunately, most of the time, there's not much you can do about it, save calling security if things get really out of ...
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    15 Toughest Interview Questions (and Answers!)

    1. Why do you want to work in this industry? Bad answer: “I love to talk medical jargon. Even as a kid, I spent hours flipping through medical dictionaries and pretending I was a nurse.” Don’t just say you like it. Anyone can do that. Focus instead on your history with that particular industry, and if you can, tell a success ...
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    Nursing Interview Cheat Sheet

    Nursing Interview Cheat Sheet
    If you're a trained nursing professional, you can afford to be a discriminating job seeker, thanks to the nursing shortage. But you still need to prepare thoroughly for every job interview. Part of the process of getting ready for an interview is knowing the questions you want to ask a potential employer. These questions should demonstrate your interest in the opportunity ...
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    How to Manage a Complaint (and Protect Your Nursing License!)

    How to Manage a Complaint (and Protect Your Nursing License!)
    Did you know that anyone – your employer, a co-worker, a patient, even a jilted lover – can file a complaint against your practice? Handle it well, and you could turn it into a valuable learning experience. Handle it poorly, and you could lose your license. NursingLink spoke to a Sheryl Oakes Caddy, a nurse, nursing faculty instructor and an attorney ...
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    Is Nursing Really Recession-Proof?

    Is Nursing Really Recession-Proof?
    Despite the downturn in the economy, nurses have been repeatedly told that their careers are recession-proof. Proponents of this outlook site statistics about the healthcare industry adding jobs each month and the increased demand for RNs, LPNs and medical assistants. But healthcare hasn't been immune to the recession. Healthcare professionals have been laid off - and you might be one of ...
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    Get a Nursing License in Another State

    Get a Nursing License in Another State
    Moving is a way of life for many people today. For nurses, whether crisscrossing the country or just moving over state lines, obtaining licensure in the new state is usually essential. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) administers a program called the mutual recognition model. This interstate compact allows nurses licensed in a state that is part of ...
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    How to Unsubscribe from the NursingLink Newsletter

    Want to stop receiving newsletters from NursingLink? Here's how you can opt out of newsletters: 1) Log into your NursingLink account and go to your profile page. 2) Click on the "My Account" tab on your NursingLink profile page. 3) Scroll down the page and click on the section labeled "Subscriptions." 4) Under "Subscriptions" there are three check boxes. The second ...
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    8 Quirky Types of Hospital Visitors

    Nurses, you've seen it all. You’re on the frontline when it comes to patient care. From the most disgusting patient cases (mysterious bodily fluids and "code brown") to the most heartwarming (pediatric miracles!), what haven't you seen on your floor? Unlike doctors, you don't just deal with a patient's medical condition; you're often left to face the patient's family and ...
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    How to Write Your Yearly Self-Evaluation

    How to Write Your Yearly Self-Evaluation
    It happens every year. Nurses must write a self-evaluation when it's time to get their raise. No worries, right? Wrong! What you write can affect what your boss is willing to shell out of his or her pocket at the beginning of the fiscal year. Learn how to write a self-evaluation that will make your boss think you're the greatest nurse ...
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