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Standing Strong: Why Patient and Nurse Advocacy Matters

on Jun 26, 2015 in blog | 0 comments

 By Brittney Wilson via thenerdynurse.com   As nurses our primary responsibility is to care for patients. This does of course include administeringmedications, giving bed baths, and assisting with other needs. However, being a nurse is about more than completing technical tasks and duties as assigned. Nurses also have a strong responsibility to be advocates....

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2015 Diaper Drive

2015 Diaper Drive

on Feb 10, 2015 in blog | 0 comments

eKidzCare’s Pittsburgh Office and ePeople Healthcare are going to hold a diaper drive over the weekend of Valentine’s Day. For every pack of diapers you bring in on February 13th and 16th your name will be entered in a raffle to win a Starbucks gift card. Increase your chances by bringing in more than 1 package!...

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5 hand creams nurses recommend for cracked, dry skin

5 hand creams nurses recommend for cracked, dry skin

on Nov 20, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

Try these lotions to help repair your dry, cracked hands: Chandra: “Burt’s Bees Hand Repair Cream. Its smell isn’t the sweetest, but I swear by the stuff and it’s all natural!” (BurtsBees, $13)   Victor: “All of your picks are all great, but I SWEAR by Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream. I love it and I don’t even mind spending the extra money. I use the cream and the...

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Ten Tips for staying Healthy during Flu Season

Ten Tips for staying Healthy during Flu Season

on Nov 12, 2014 in blog | 0 comments

1. Consider a flu shot The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still says that an annual flu shot is the best mode of protection for everyone, including healthcare workers. Some medical practices and hospitals even require that all staff and medical professionals get flu shots. These requirements are certainly not without controversy, since not everyone wants...

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