Sevala Habibovic was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2015; she died two years later at age 46, leaving behind a husband and two daughters.
February marks Black History Month, a time to celebrate the achievements of African Americans and their role throughout our country’s history.
As a former critical care nurse, Jill Price, PhD, MSN, RN said she felt compelled to roll up her sleeves and help heal the masses when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out last March.
In a time of national discord, there is one thing that Americans are coming together on: their high regard for nurses and other medical professionals.
Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, with cases and hospitalizations surging across the country, nurses like Brittany Lieber continue to call on their friends, family and the public to stay home.
Years ago, while working as a hospital nurse, Kelly Cloonan, DNP, CNE, MSN, RN, IAC encountered a teenage patient who was treated several times for a sexually transmitted disease.
As Tiffany Pugh, MPH, RNC-MNN and her husband Jeff, a hospital chaplain, waited in line Tuesday in the cafeteria at Northwest Texas Healthcare System (NWTHS) to receive one of the United States’…