Category Archives: Newsletters Newsletter: January 2013

Letter from the Editor Happy New Year! The new year is upon us and many people are going through the yearly ritual of letting go of bad habits and creating goals for the year. If you are not the New Year’s resolution type you are not alone, but most people at least take a measure Continue Reading Newsletter: December 2012

Editor’s Letter The holiday season is upon us, and it brings with it joy, travel, family gatherings, parties, frantic shopping, additional cooking, stress, depression, overeating, excessive drinking, preventable accidents, and illnesses. All of us at want to wish you a happy and safe holiday season whether you are at work or at play. The Continue Reading Newsletter: November 2012

Editor’s Letter Happy November everyone! I trust everyone had a happy and safe Halloween holiday. We don’t get a lot of trick-or-treaters where I live but, I sure enjoyed the beautiful full moon that graced our skies around that time. I hope our readers in the Northeast are faring better after hurricane Sandy. I would love to hear Continue Reading Newsletter: October 2012

Editor’s Letter Happy October! I am sure most everyone is happy to have a reprieve from the heat. It is hard to believe the year is almost over. November will be here before we know it and we will all be heading to the polls to vote. Is it time to start brainstorming goals and Continue Reading Newsletter: September 2012

Editor’s Letter It is hard to believe September is here already and Labor Day has come and gone. As we say farewell to the carefree days of summer and turn toward autumn, most American children are either returning to the classroom or have already been back to school for a few weeks. Likewise, school nurses Continue Reading Newsletter: August 2012

Editor’s Letter A big Thank You to all the nurses, doctors, support staff, and blood donors that gave of themselves to help the victims in Aurora, CO last month. Our thoughts are with you. This month I am focusing my attention on traumatic brain injuries. The field is huge, so I am spotlighting a few Continue Reading Newsletter: July 2012

Editor’s Letter A few BIG no no’s on your resume from Angie Messerschmidt, Healthcare HR Administrator. Do not lie on your resume. You will be found out, and it can cost you your job, even if the truth comes out months to years from date of hire. Do not put your picture on it. I Continue Reading Newsletter: May 2012

Editor’s Letter As many of you may already know, is now being operated under new ownership with a new staff. We are very excited to be involved and plan to take the site to a new level. We feel the timing is not insignificant as it has occurred so near National Nurses Week. We Continue Reading

Nurses~4~Nurses E-zine April 2005

Hi everyone, I hope you’re doing well and enjoying the long awaited spring thaw (at least for those of us not living in the sun belt). This issue of Nurses~4~Nurses is packed with great articles so I hope you’ll take the time to ingest all the information.  As is always the case, we have headline Continue Reading Newsletter: April 2012

Well, nurses, this is a very bittersweet hello to you all. This is my final newsletter with Nurse Recruiter. I have truly enjoyed writing this newsletter the past few years. It has been such a learning experience for me. I have always had a huge appreciation for nurses and have written about some of my Continue Reading