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Nurses Week Deals & Discounts For 2024

National Nurses Week has been a time of celebration and recognition for decades. From May 6 to May 12, we pause to honor the invaluable contributions of nurses like you—because you make a difference.

43% Of Clinicians Report Administration Ignoring Workplace Violence Complaints:

Twenty-five percent of clinicians reported seeing more workplace violence in the past year, and 33% reported seeing the same amount, but 48% said their employer has not implemented safety protocols to protect staff, a report found.

Travel Nursing Won’t End Shortage, But Adapting Staffing Models Might

It started as a response to quell the unexpected overflow of hospitalizations during Mardi Gras in 1970s New Orleans but today travel nursing is a contentious topic that has turned into a Band-Aid solution for the nationwide nurse shortage.

Nurses Respond To Noncompete Ban

Contract provisions that stick nurses with the cost of training programs if they leave or are terminated before their contracts are up will largely be prohibited under the Federal Trade Commission's April 23 ruling to ban noncompete agreements.

They’re Young, Athletic, But Ill With POTS.

Kaleigh Levine was running drills in the gym with her lacrosse team at Notre Dame College in South Euclid, Ohio, when everything turned black. “The coach wanted me to get back in the line, but I couldn’t see,” she remembered.

Highest-Paying Industries For RNs

Government is the highest-paying industry for registered nurses, where they earn an average of almost $30,000 higher than the lowest-paying industry, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

Best And Worst States For Nurses 2024

The ever popular “Best & Worst” lists are more serious exercises in comparison “shopping” than they might sound, as reflected in a report posted April 30. Comparing all 50 states on 20 metrics of job satisfaction for nurses, a familiar favorite for the top spot has emerged.

Move Over, Fentanyl? Stimulant Overdose Deaths Are Rising Fast

Deadly, addictive fentanyl has certainly earned the spotlight when it comes to overdose deaths — but carnage from stimulants like methamphetamine and cocaine is rising at a much faster clip.