Category Archives: Newsletters

NurseRecruiter.com Newsletter: March 2012

Editor’s Letter As I write this, I am listening to the weather forecasters spend hours trying to create informative newscasts about a possible impending storm coming to the Northeast tonight. Quite often when I hear the reporters, I think they must be scrambling for interesting news as many of the stories are rather trivial and Continue Reading

NurseRecruiter.com Newsletter: February 2012

Editor’s Letter Hello everyone, Much like the warmer winter temperatures throughout much of the country, the 2012 presidential election is really starting to heat up. No matter where you stand on the issues or whom you are rooting for, you have to agree it’s going to be an exciting year ahead. We thought you’d find Continue Reading

NurseRecruiter.com Newsletter: January 2012

Editor’s Letter Happy New Year to everyone! I always like this time of year because it is a time for renewal, a chance to do it over again and maybe get it right this time. The health club I belong to always has an overflow of members during the month of January as everyone strives Continue Reading

NurseRecruiter.com: Newsletter – July 2011

Editor’s Letter Happy Independence Day! I’m sure that many of you celebrated the fourth of July with cookouts and fireworks. The signing of the Declaration of Independence signaled the beginning of freedom for the United States of America. Without that document in 1776, freedom and this country would look a lot different. Nursing looks a Continue Reading

NurseRecruiter.com Newsletter – May 2011

Editor’s Letter Nurses Rock! In honor of National Nurses Week, I just want to take a minute to acknowledge all the hard work that goes into nursing and let you know that “NURSES ROCK”! Pass this message on to a special nurse that you know. It is no secret that nurse’s workloads are frequently overloaded Continue Reading

NurseRecruiter.com: Newsletter – September 2010

Editor’s Letter September brings us back to many things; back to school, back to favorites of autumn and back to a fall routine after the fling of summer. Since it is back to school for our teenagers, I wanted to bring some awareness to a growing problem that is in the news today. Rather than Continue Reading

NurseRecruiter.com Newsletter – December 2009

Editor’s Letter Happy Holidays to nurses everywhere! This month I read about nurses all around the world who have to work during the holiday season. No matter what one’s religious preference is, I have found this season to be one of joy and giving. The nurses I read about are not only doing their jobs Continue Reading

January 2009 Newsletter

 Editor’s Letter Welcome 2009! It’s hard to believe the first month of the new year is almost over and even though there seems to be nothing by negative news in the media lately, a new year signifies a fresh start and hope for a better year than last. We’d like to wish everyone a belated Continue Reading

NurseRecruiter.com Newsletter: December 2007

Editor’s Corner Hi everyone! Another year has gone by with all its challenges and blessings. I hope all of you had a good holiday break and have all your batteries charged for the bright new year ahead. In this issue, in addition to interesting news items from the world of nursing, we also bring you Continue Reading

July 2007 Newsletter

Editor’s Corner, July 2007 I hope you all had a great 4th of July. Around where I live, we had overcast skies but the fireworks were great as usual. As we head into the warmest days of the summer, I hope you’ll have the opportunity to take a few days off here and there and Continue Reading