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Wednesday, October 22, 2014  

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Healing Touch - RN values mission trip to Haiti
Jamie McCurdy, RN, helped to mend the health care needs of children and families living in Haiti. McCurdy is a long-time nurse at Bone and Joint Hospital in Oklahoma City.

Jamie McCurdy, RN, helped to mend the health care needs of children and families living in Haiti. McCurdy is a long-time nurse at Bone and Joint Hospital in Oklahoma City.

We don’t realized how blessed we are in Oklahoma, said Jamie McCurdy, RN, who returned recently from a mission trip to Haiti where she and another nurse went out with medical teams to set up clinics in the mountains.

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Survey shows nurses feel unprepared for Ebola
allnurses.com founder Brian Short, RN, says nurses feel unprepared for the Ebola outbreak.

allnurses.com founder Brian Short, RN, says nurses feel unprepared for the Ebola outbreak.

Thomas Eric Duncan. Nina Pham. Amber Vinson. Three names that nurses in the United States are beginning to know very well. Duncan is the first patient in the U.S. to die from the recent Ebola outbreak. The second two are nurses who treated him and contracted the virus.

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CAREERS IN NURSING - SPARKING INTEREST: MENTORSHIP, GRANDMOTHER INSPIRES LPN TO MOVE FORWARD
Brittney Hermann, LPN,  at the Lake Care Center in Oklahoma City, enjoys the teamwork and camaraderie she finds each day at work.

Brittney Hermann, LPN, at the Lake Care Center in Oklahoma City, enjoys the teamwork and camaraderie she finds each day at work.

Brittney Hermann is new to the nursing profession, having earned her license to practice as an LPN last year.

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NURSE TALK - What intrigues you about your field of nursing? Nurse Talk:Mercy Hospital Stroke Team

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