Doctors and Nurses Addicted to Opioids Are Often Barred from the Most Effective Treatment
Taking proven medications like buprenorphine and methadone could mean losing their medical licenses.
Emma Yasinski, Kaiser Health News
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If You Don't Want to Provide Abortions, Don't Go Into Healthcare
A Vermont nurse's objection to providing an abortion shows we need to be more discerning about who is worthy of serving the public.
Monica R. McLemore PhD, MPH, RN
The Unique Struggle of Being a Nurse with Depression
When I was a nursing student, all I wanted was to be seen as an efficient caregiver. That became difficult when I couldn't take care for myself.
The Average Nurse Makes Barely More Than They Did in 2005
Meanwhile, doctors and medical center CEOs saw much bigger increases.
This Is What It's Like to Care for Someone Who is in a Coma
Nurses are often tasked with everything from feeding to physical therapy to toilet care.
Nurse Places Fifth in Boston Marathon, Works 10-Hour Shift the Next Day
31-year-old Jessica Chichester drove back to NYC last night.
Boston Marathon Runner-up Will Use Prize Money to Pay Off Her Student Loans
Sarah Sellers is a registered nurse anesthetist who just won $75,000.
Violence Is Just Part of the Job When You're a Nurse
"We've had nurses get kicked so hard they could hardly stand up, and they're asked to finish their shift."
The Corruption I Saw Working for a Greek Public Hospital
Giving money to a doctor before surgery is a no-no, but after the operation, it's a "thank-you present."
We're Working Nurses to Death
"Every time you're at work, it’s a bad day. There isn’t a chance of having a light day anymore.”
Rescinding DACA would hit the healthcare industry hard
You’d Be Surprised at the Lengths Doctors Will Go for Dying Patients
Cigarettes, prostitutes, and ritualistic slaughters.