A new decade is here! As we kick off 2020, we celebrate YOU! The World Health Assembly, the supreme decision-making body for the World Health Organization (WHO), designated 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. The celebration also honors the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, recognized by many as the founder of modern nursing. 2020 … Continue reading 2020 International Year of the Nurse and Midwife
This month for our blog post, we had the amazing opportunity to sit down, chat and interview Nurses 24/7 L&D nurse Jill Agosto. We are very excited to share her story with you as she has been a nurse for over 10 years, named one of the top five nurses in Atlantic County and has … Continue reading Top 5 Nurse in Atlantic County and DAISY Award Nominee Goes Above and Beyond for All her Patients
The changing of seasons is here and it is finally October. Pink ribbons start to appear around the country in hopes to raise awareness for breast cancer prevention and to honor the survivors. Below are five things we want to make sure you know, and remember every day.
It takes a special individual to become a nurse, but even more so for those who go on to become Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurses. These dedicated healthcare professionals care for the most delicate patients there are, sick and premature newborn babies.
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is recognized every September by various cancer organizations around the world. In reality Childhood cancer is an everyday battle for thousands of families. Coping with a diagnosis can be one of the most overwhelming and crushing experiences for any family to face.
As a nurse, you are constantly on your feet and working long 12-hour shifts. To avoid burning out from overworking yourself, it is crucial for you to find ways to unwind and relax. Taking the time to implement a self-care routine is not only good for you, but also beneficial to your patients, family and coworkers.
The holidays are upon us and this can be a bittersweet time of the year for a nurse. It’s almost impossible to avoid the fact that you may find yourself working on a holiday. It can be hard to spend this time away from your loved ones but in fact, these are also some of … Continue reading How to Not Miss the Holidays When You’re a Nurse
I am the oldest sibling of 4. I am married 32 years in April and have two fantastic children. One of them is a currently a biology teacher at a local High School and cheerleading coach and the other was a tremendous football player who currently trains other football players and works at Nurses 24/7.
I am the youngest of five children. I have one brother, 3 sisters and one of my sisters is a twin. I am married 10 years in September and have a seven-year-old son, who just started 2nd grade.
It’s September 2nd and Labor Day is upon us. This Federal holiday was created in the late 19th century as a response to the ongoing Labor Movement in the United States. At the time, the average worker was working in unsafe and unhealthy environments.