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We are nurses on and off the clock. It’s just a part of our identity. Between taking care of our patients and taking care of our own families and responsibilities, it can feel like there is no time to take care of ourselves. The only way to deal with this reality is to talk about it. And so this content comes from professionals who have dedicated themselves to helping nurses find balance, as well as nurses who have faced the challenges of being “always on” themselves. Together, we’re going to learn what it takes to leave a little more for number one. To finally catch that break.

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Amber G. is a NICU nurse with a passion for things that sparkle and a true advocate for health equity within the LGBTQ+ community.

SHIFT Talker Spotlight — Amber G.

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Julie G. has spent the last year jumping from ICU to ICU as a travel nurse — she’s seen the worst of COVID but is still smiling. Here’s why.

SHIFT Talker Spotlight Interview: Julie G.

12 min read
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Take advantage of these deals for healthcare workers. You deserve it, SHIFTERs!

Discounts, Freebies and Specials for Nurses

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Pat M. sees nurses as the core of community health. But he doesn’t think we need to sacrifice ourselves to heal others. We aren’t martyrs.

SHIFT Talker Spotlight: Nurse Patrick

15 min read
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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

15 min read
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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

10 min read
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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

7 min read
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More patients are embracing alternative therapies–but holistic care might also help nurses cope with the job’s challenges.

Mind, Body, Behavior — What the Rise of Holistic Health Means for Nursing

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