Real nurses. Real talk.
Every nurse treating oncology patients can help reduce cancer care inequity — there is no shortage of opportunities, both small and large.
Not Just COVID: Inequities in Cancer Care, Plus What You Can Do About Them
2020 was the “International Year of the Nurse and Midwife”—but instead of being celebrated, we were tested like never before.
Inaugural Research Report: Everyday Nursing, Pandemic Style
Meet Nurse Renee, who got her degree in the Philippines and then moved to the U.S. to pursue a career in informatics and the OR—yup, both!
SHIFT Talker Spotlight: Nurse Renee
As awareness of PTSD grows, so does the prevalence of programs for nurses in need—here’s a look at a model created by a fellow SHIFT Talker.
A Coaching Approach to Treating PTSD in Nurses
Alyssa F. is a NICU nurse caring for her hospital’s tiniest patients. Read how she chose nursing and learned the secret language of babies.
SHIFT Talker Spotlight: Nurse Alyssa
We don’t have to accept burnout as an inevitable hazard of nursing—but that means catching it before we hit a crisis point.
On the Verge of Burnout? Three Proactive Steps You Can Take Today
Working with physicians can sometimes be a challenge. What’s behind this dynamic, and how do we get past an ‘‘us versus them’’ mentality?
Getting Past ‘Nurse Versus Doctor’: Dealing with this Workplace Dynamic
Nurse educator, entrepreneur, and mom Renee Davis shares her first experience with a hackathon and why it was so worth her time.