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50 Things a Nurse Should Know

Received on a handout during my Hospice rotation during nursing school at WSU (undergraduate). I believe it was Southeast Michigan Hospice located on the corner of Warren and Merriman in Westland, MI. Original author unknown to me. I added number 51: BE HONEST.

20 Things I’ve Learned as a Nurse

Sally P. Karioth, RN, Ph. D, Associate Professor of Nursing, Florida State University School of Nursing

Inspiration

Oakwood Healthcare System Nurses Week 1998 compilation of stories written by OHS employees entitled “Nursing: Healthcare with a Human Touch”

Prayer

Poems from various resources. Poets/authors are referenced on the page.

“A Nurse Is More” is Copyright © 1999 Richard G. Shuster. Written to honor all nurses, dedicated to Jeannine E. Shuster, R.N.

Origin of Nursing

Donahue, M. Patricia, PhD, RN, FAAN, Nursing The Finest Art – An Illustrated History, 2nd Edition, 1996, Mosby – Yearbook.

Resources

My own procurement of helpful links during graduate school at WSU 2001-2003. Many of the links were recommended in course syllabi or by professor/instructor. Updated every 2-3 months.

State Boards

Complimentary listing from National Council of State Boards of Nursing: http://www.ncsbn.org/

State Nursing Associations

Found using NursingWorld and Google

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