Category Archives: Nurse Marketing

Check out this amazing video from 1950 about the “hospital of the future”!

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“Dream grounds for a dream hospital”: in this promo film from 1950 about a model Kaiser hospital, we see babies being slid through walls in “drawer-like bassinets”, suited husbands smoking endless cigarettes awaiting their wives’ childbirth, and hospital rooms with sliding doors that open up to a terrace with a swimming pool. Not to mention Continue Reading

Nurses top honesty and ethics ranking

Gallup: 80% rate honesty and trustworthiness of nurses highly

Public opinion polling agency Gallup reported that 80% of Americans rate the honesty and ethics of nurses as high or very high. It’s not the first time the poll found such high appreciation for nurses either; we’ve mentioned it before. In fact, “Americans have been asked to rate the honesty and ethics of various professions annually Continue Reading

2015 Nursing Jobs Photo Contest

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Back by Popular Demand Our Nursing Jobs Photo Contest! Send us a photo at  contest@nurserecruiter.com for a chance to win $100! Calling All Nurses! Recently we at NursingJobs.us have been looking through stock photography to use for ours campaigns/ads however all we’ve continued to come across is the fake-looking models posing in halloween nurse costumes. Therefore we’ve brought back Continue Reading

Valentine’s Day ECG Cookie Recipe

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and what better to celebrate then with some sweet treats. We dug up this delicious ECG cookie recipe from Erica’s Sweet Tooth.  The recipe consists of chocolate roll-out cookies with some royal icing with some ECG patterns. Chocolate Roll-Out Cookies 3 cups all purpose flour 3/4 tsp salt 1/2 tsp Continue Reading

Nurse Photo Contest: We have a winner

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Congratulations to Annell Farris, the latest winner of the ongoing Nurse Photo Contest! Farris graduated from the School of Nursing at John Hopkins University in 2008 when she was 59 years old and began her career as an operating room nurse. Annell will receive a $100 Amazon.com gift certificate. Send us your best photos for Continue Reading

Nurse Photo Contest – Calling all nurses!

Send us a photo for a chance to win $100! As many of you nurses already know, it is not easy to find accurate portrayals of nurses. As we explained the in our last photo contest: Real portrayals of the nursing profession are few and far between and instead of settling for buying fake-looking models Continue Reading

National Nurses Week photos wanted!

Yetunde: "I worked as the Director of Nursing in Silver Spring, Maryland. During nurse's week, my staff 
celebrates nursing week by wearing nursing uniform with caps...here's a group snapshot of nursing team, 2010. We had fun!"

As you celebrate Nurses Week, don’t forget to bring your camera and take pictures to submit to the NursingJobs.us Nurses Week photo contest.  And if you have any photos from past Nurses Week events, we would love to see those as well! The National Nurses Week photo contest will run from now until May 19th Continue Reading

Nurses Branch Out

More than 120,000 nurses now work outside the profession, according to Florida Today. While this might seem like a problem, especially against the background of the nursing shortage, nurses in Florida don’t see it that way. The expansion of the field beyond bedpans and blood pressure checks allows RNs to utilize their knowledge and experience Continue Reading

Nurse Residency Program Makes Stronger Nurses

New nurses in their first orientation program can expect to learn routines that are specific to their employer, and the policies and procedures associated with their job. They will check off competencies and compliance as they complete each skill set, and reiterate an understanding of care models. What is tougher to learn and harder to Continue Reading

Identifying Nursing Retention Strategies

With each passing year the nursing profession loses a higher number of nurses to retirement than it can replace, and facilities have been actively working to identify retention strategies. While some nurses retire early to pursue other careers, it appears that there are ways to encourage nurses to remain in the profession. A study conducted Continue Reading