Mabuhay ang mga Filipino nurses!

Mabuhay ang mga Filipino nurses!

Did you ever wonder why a large number of Filipinos choose a career in nursing? In California alone, 20% of the nursing force are Filipino, however Filipino immigrants make up only 4% of the state’s population. The mainstream media even jokes about the fact that most...
Nursing, A Career Of Passion

Nursing, A Career Of Passion

Why did you become a nurse? Nurses are asked this a lot. Look at the job dedicated nurses do day in and day out. Nurses almost never see people at their best and it’s a sad truth that some people allow their discomfort to come out when they normally wouldn’t. Yet,...
Celebrate Your Nurse Mom

Celebrate Your Nurse Mom

Nurses and moms have one huge trait in common. They’re nurturers. Genetically, women are programmed to care for their children and families. The nursing profession has many of the same tasks involved. (Not that males don’t make amazing nurses – they do!) Perhaps...
You’re Graduating Nursing School, Now What?

You’re Graduating Nursing School, Now What?

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us. And when we bring what is within us out into the world, miracles happen. “ -Ralph Emerson   During nursing school you had to balance homework, a job, family, health,...
Celebrating a Tradition – African-American Nursing

Celebrating a Tradition – African-American Nursing

February is Black History Month and we want to acknowledge the rich tradition of Black nurses in America. We are pleased to honor a few of the most well-known Black nurses who fought social injustice and deserve to be remembered. Mary Eliza Mahoney – The First Black...