Violence Against Nurses & Health Care Professionals In Nigeria – Taking Practical Steps|2-minutes read| Udok, Ubong C |

Violence Against Nurses & Health Care Professionals In Nigeria - Taking Practical Steps. By, Udok, Ubong C, Rn, Rpn, Rctn. Edited by Ayinla Daniel, RN Photo Credit: Getty Images lately, in Nigeria there has been an increase in workplace violence directed at nurses who are busy carrying out their professional duties, trying their very best … Continue reading Violence Against Nurses & Health Care Professionals In Nigeria – Taking Practical Steps|2-minutes read| Udok, Ubong C |

Why You Should Choose A Career in Advance Practice Nursing – Five Intelligent Reasons, A Brief Analysis; The Hurdles Awaiting|5-Minutes read|By Ayinla Daniel. RN, RCTN.

Advancing in your profession, is one way you can truly enjoy your career. Though not easy, development is hard work, but it sure does worth all the stress and inputs.

My Clinical Experience at The National Cardiothoracic Center of Excellence Korle-bu Teaching Hospital Accra Ghana – Many Perspectives, A Wake Up Call|2 minutes read| By Ayinla Daniel, RN, RCTN.

A personal narrative, telling a story and at the same time exposing some cracks in our health care system in Nigeria.

CREATIVITY IN NURSING PRACTICE | By Odoemenem John (RN, nursing creative and innovator, writer and blogger)| 3 – 4 minutes read.

Creativity in its entirety is "problem solving" but with two characteristics; "relevance and novelty". Relevance is the degree at which an idea solves a problem completely, while novelty is the degree of uniqueness (newness), and originality of a solution.

Quacks are Our Friends – My Perspectives. Part 1.

Quacks are Our Friends - My Perspectives. Part 1. 1 min read. Introductory Notes. Don't get me wrong, I am not endorsing quackery in this essay, I am only saying that we have to be reasonable and look at the situation from other significant perspectives, feel free to leave comments. These are my views. You … Continue reading Quacks are Our Friends – My Perspectives. Part 1.