This Week in Nursing News

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Too busy to stay on top of all the latest nursing news? Don’t worry we have you covered!  Here are three of the most interesting articles in the news this week:

Nurses Get Learning Boost from Robotic Patients: Several nursing schools throughout the county including, Trinitas School of Nursing in Elizabeth, New Jersey, have begun to use robots to give students hands-on opportunities to work with differing medical conditions.

Nurse Helps Cancer Patients Chart Their Course: Heather Czaja, a registered nurse of 13 years, helps to guide women through some of the most difficult situations.  Heather’s technical knowledge  and experiance help her to explain complex procedures to people who are at the very least worried and sometimes frightened.

Colorado Doctors, Nurses Donate Time to Save Zoo Gorilla:   Joseph Hegarty, an ear surgeon and a team from Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs pitched in to save Rafiki, a 25 year old silver back gorilla, with a serious ear infection.

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