RN Jobs >> Browse Articles

Browse RN Jobs Articles

  • +1

    Nurses Hoping to Raise $1M ; Campaign for Scholarship Fund at HUMC

    Nurses Hoping to Raise $1M ; Campaign for Scholarship Fund at HUMC
    Raising $1 million is a rather ambitious goal for any non-profit in this economy. But that's how much the people behind Hackensack University Medical Center's Everyone Needs a Nurse campaign hope they can raise by the end of 2009 to pay for scholarships to the NYU College of Nursing. The campaign is designed to replenish the HUMC Silverberg Nursing Scholarship fund ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +1
  • Rate

    Calif. Nurses Protest Lack of Swine Flu Equipment

    Calif. Nurses Protest Lack of Swine Flu Equipment
    LOS ANGELES — A union says some California hospitals aren't adequately protecting nurses from swine flu. The California Nurses Association plans to protest Wednesday in San Francisco in the wake of a Sacramento nurse's swine flu death last month. The union wants hospitals to provide better masks, equipment and protocol to protect nurses from further sickness. The union says nurses across ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rate This
  • +2

    School Nurses Fill Void

    School Nurses Fill Void
    Bradley County school nurses last year counted more than 55,000 student visits in a system with a few more than 10,000 children enrolled. What's important, schools health coordinator Andrea Lockerby said, is that after 47,245 of the 55,337 visits, the students went back to class. So students continued learning, the system counted fewer absences and there was less need to call ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +2
  • +7

    Cookbook Honors Slain Nurse, Benefits Children’s Education

    Cookbook Honors Slain Nurse, Benefits Children’s Education
    SOUTH BEND—It looks like any other cookbook, with its binding and its black leaf pattern on the cover. But “Nursing Measures,” a collection of recipes from staff in the intensive care unit at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, is more a measure of love for Jeni Bishop and the family she left behind. Bishop, a 34-year-old Memorial nurse, was one of ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +7
  • Rate

    Home From the Hospital

    Home From the Hospital
    Think going to the hospital is stressful? Try getting discharged. For people preparing to head home, the departure can be just as scary and full of uncertainties as hitting the operating room. One moment you have a team of nurses flying to your bedside if your heart rate rises or your oxygen level falls. Experts are on call around the clock. ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rate This
  • -1

    Get a Real Value Meal with LEAN CUISINE(R)

    At LEAN CUISINE®, we believe in food that’s good for you AND good for your wallet! That’s why we offer over 100 dishes that combine convenience, great taste and nutrition…all within your budget. Now that’s a “value meal” you can feel good about! With so many good choices, it’s easy for you to stay on track without spending a fortune. You ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: -1
  • +1

    Ike-Damaged Hospital, Med School Laying Off 3,800

    Ike-Damaged Hospital, Med School Laying Off 3,800
    AUSTIN, Texas — The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, a teaching hospital severely damaged by Hurricane Ike, will lay off about 3,800 workers — nearly a third of its work force — because it is running out of money. The University of Texas Board of Regents said in a news release that the Galveston hospital would have no money ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
  • +1

    Woman Who Cut Off Baby's Arms To Be Released

    DALLAS — A Texas woman who killed her 10-month-old daughter by cutting off her arms with a kitchen knife is being released from a state mental hospital. Dena Schlosser killed her baby in 2004 and was found not guilty by reason of insanity two years later. Prosecutor Curtis Howard says she'll be released into outpatient treatment within the next month. A ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
  • +2

    Kan. 'Pill Mill' Nurse Alleges Abuse in Jail

    Kan. 'Pill Mill' Nurse Alleges Abuse in Jail
    WICHITA, Kan. - Attorneys for a Kansas nurse accused with her husband of running a "pill mill" linked to 58 accidental overdose deaths says she's facing abuse in jail. Defense lawyer Kevin Byers filed a motion this week asking a federal judge to intervene in the treatment of Linda Schneider of Haysville. Schneider and her husband, Dr. Stephen Schneider, are awaiting ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +2
  • +2

    Pro-Life Activists March in DC to Mark Roe v. Wade Anniversary

    Pro-Life Activists March in DC to Mark Roe v. Wade Anniversary
    Just as anti-abortion activists swarm into Washington on Thursday, President Obama may overturn a policy that bans federal funds to non-governmental organizations for use outside the USA for abortion and birth control services or referrals. Or he may not. Fox News says he will here. And CNN says he will here. But no one names a source. Terry Mattingly, who keeps ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +2
  • Rate

    Study: Drug Combos May Raise Breast Cancer Risk

    Study: Drug Combos May Raise Breast Cancer Risk
    ORLANDO, Fla. – Breast cancer survivors risk having their disease come back if they use certain antidepressants while also taking the cancer prevention drug tamoxifen, worrisome new research shows. About 500,000 women in the United States take tamoxifen, which cuts in half the chances of a breast cancer recurrence. Many of them also take antidepressants for hot flashes, because hormone pills ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rate This
  • Rate

    Study: 1 in 3 Breast Cancer Patients Overtreated

    Study: 1 in 3 Breast Cancer Patients Overtreated
    LONDON – One in three breast cancer patients identified in public screening programs may be treated unnecessarily, a new study says. Karsten Jorgensen and Peter Gotzsche of the Nordic Cochrane Centre in Copenhagen analyzed breast cancer trends at least seven years before and after government-run screening programs for breast cancer started in parts of Australia, Britain, Canada, Norway and Sweden. The ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rate This
  • +2

    UMC Introduces Middle-Schoolers to Nursing Careers at Camp Scrubs

    UMC Introduces Middle-Schoolers to Nursing Careers at Camp Scrubs
    Twenty Tucson middle-school students found out what it takes to be a registered nurse this week at University Medical Center's "Camp Scrubs." Twenty Tucson middle-school students learned if they have what it takes to be a registered nurse this week at University Medical Center's "Camp Scrubs." This is the sixth year UMC has offered the popular summer camp, said Ellice Mellinger, ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rated: +2
  • -1

    Fla. Woman Faces Life Sentence in Baby Kidnapping

    Fla. Woman Faces Life Sentence in Baby Kidnapping
    SANFORD, Fla. -- A woman who kidnapped a newborn from the maternity ward of a central Florida hospital is set for sentencing. Prosecutors are asking for 40-year-old Jennifer Latham to be sentenced Wednesday to life in prison. Latham pleaded guilty Feb. 10, the day her trial on kidnapping and burglary charges was supposed to start. Her public defender said the Sanford ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rated: -1
  • +1

    2 Marines Indicted in Army Nurse's Death in NC

    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - Two Camp Lejeune Marines have been indicted in the killing of an Army nurse whose burned and dismembered remains were found in a shallow North Carolina grave last summer. Cumberland County officials said Friday a grand jury indicted Cpl. John Wimunc and Cpl. Kyle Alden earlier this week in the death of 2nd Lt. Holley Wimunc. John Wimunc ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rated: +1
  • +1

    Reports: Woman Gave Birth, Left Baby on Plane

    Reports: Woman Gave Birth, Left Baby on Plane
    WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A woman who secretly gave birth on a flight from Samoa to New Zealand may face criminal charges, police said Friday, as they investigated reports she abandoned her baby alive in the plane's bathroom. Police are inquiring into "the alleged ... abandonment of the child by the mother" after the flight landed in New Zealand on Thursday, ...
    Published about 9 years ago | Rated: +1
  • Rate

    The Quest For Immortality: Self Assembling Tissues

    The Quest For Immortality: Self Assembling Tissues
    'New research yields self-assembling tissues, paves the way for replacement organs.' Tissue engineers like to dream big. They envision a world where one day a patient will donate a few cells and new, young healthy organs will be grown to replace ailing parts of the body. From appearance and athletic upgrades, through new integumentary tissues like skin, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, ...
    Published almost 10 years ago | Rate This
  • +3

    Obama Health Choice Hears Tales of Health Care Woe

    Obama Health Choice Hears Tales of Health Care Woe
    DUBLIN, Ind. - President-elect Barack Obama's choice to overhaul the nation's health care system told a town hall meeting that the task is not impossible if all sides work together. Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, Obama's nominee as health and human services secretary and director of a new White House office on health reform, quoted former South African President Nelson ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +3
  • +1

    Daschle to Oversee Obama's Health Care Reform

    Daschle to Oversee Obama's Health Care Reform
    CHICAGO — President-elect Barack Obama has chosen former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle to lead his effort to design an overhaul of the nation's health care system and shepherd it through Congress. Announcing his choice Thursday, Obama stressed the link between restoring the nation's dismal economy and making health coverage more affordable and accessible to Americans. "If we want to overcome ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
  • Rate

    Nurse Locked in Car Trunk Leaves Hospital

    AIRDRIE, Scotland, Jan. 9 - A Scottish nurse who spent more than a week locked in the trunk of her car was discharged from a hospital Thursday. A friend said Magdeline Makola still suffers from pains in her leg and must walk on crutches, the Edinburgh Evening News reported. Hannah Letsholo, who works with Makola at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, said ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rate This
NursingLink School Finder

Save time in your search for a degree program. Use NursingLink's School Finder to locate schools online and in your area.


* In the event that we cannot find a program from one of our partner schools that matches your specific area of interest, we may show schools with similar or unrelated programs.