This Week in Nursing News

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Too busy working all week to keep up on the latest nursing news?  Here are three of the most interesting stories this week to help you catch up.

A nurse’s aide to be crowned African king– After living in the United States for 25 years and working at a nurse’s aid, Charles Wesley Mumbere, is returning to his native Uganda in royal fashion.  Mumbere was crowned King of Rwenzururu this week.

Nurses are going out into the community to talk to teenagers about dangers of driving – As part of a new state program, ICU Nurses in Arkansas have been speaking to high school students about the dangers of driving.  The nurses hope that their presentations will help to reduce the number of teens killed each year by car accidents.

Nursing student saves here 78-year-old neighbor from fire – Vicki Blevins was about to lay down to take a nap on Wednesday when she heard a scream come from outside of her house.  She ran out to find smoking pouring out of her 78 year old neighbors home.  Vicki sprung into action and rescued her neighbor from the flames.

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