All posts by Cindi Bell, RN

Registered Nurse and Subject Matter Expert for educational content created for nurses, specialized in emergency nursing, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and HIV Counselor, Post Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Administration and Informatics with certifications in Guided Care Nursing from John's Hopkins, ACLS and PALS, trauma, Neonatal Resuscitation and Pediatric Emergency Nursing, currently focused on Population Health, dabbled in Public Health, School Nursing, and Urology, Love all things created with passion and innovation!

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2017: Year of the Healthy Nurse Avoid Burnout in the Age of Mindfulness

What IS health, anyway? Nurses should know…we promote health and hope for a living, right? But do we make sure ALL caregivers are cared for? Even us? In 2017, the ANA focused on nurses keeping nurses healthy for nurse’s week,...

/ June 12, 2017
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Nurses Teach Prevention: How to Play It Cool in the Summer SUN

Everyone is susceptible to skin damage regardless of skin color or age. Nurses play a key role in helping clients and caregivers understand risks, take measures to maintain healthy skin, and seek treatment when needed. According to the American Academy...

/ May 9, 2017
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Drug Names – Stems, Prefixes, Roots and Suffixes

One of the toughest parts of preparing for the NCLEX is pharmacology. Learning a large number of generic drug names and what they all do is a challenge for sure! The NCSBN has removed all brand and trade names from...

/ March 2, 2017

Flu Vaccine Tips for 2016 – 2017

FLU FACTS: As many as 21,000 persons die annually from flu in the U.S. 90% of flu deaths are in those over age 65, those under age 2 are also at high risk The CDC recommends all persons over 6...

/ December 2, 2016