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Life at Work

May 2019 Vol. 14 No. 5

Stop and think before you post. 
Takeaways:

· Social media is a powerful double-edged sword capable of providing access to education and also leading to negative consequences when misused.

· Old rules of communication etiquette apply to social media.

· Nurses should educate themselves about proper social media use and act responsibly . . .

April 2019 Vol. 14 No. 4

As a board of nursing investigator, you protect patients and the public.
Takeaways: 

Careers in nursing regulation are a meaningful way to contribute to the protection of the public. 
Nursing investigations require critical thinking and problem-solving skills, much like clinical nursing. 
Nurse investigators review cases based on complaints in . . .

February 2019 Vol. 14 No. 2

Strategies for working with Generation Z.
Takeaways:

Generation Z nurses, born between the mid-1990s and 2012, are now entering the workforce and they bring with them distinct generational characteristics that will impact the nursing workforce and healthcare for years to come.
Nurses at all levels must consider making changes . . .

January 2019 Vol. 14 No. 1

 Self-awareness and honest feedback can help you make a change.
Takeaways:

Bullying and incivility are prevalent in the nursing profession, so we each need to determine if and how we contribute to the problem.
If you’ve recognized your behaviors may be considered bullying, make a commitment to yourself . . .

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