101 Blog Posts Every New Nurse Should Read

Nurses Practitioner Schools has a new list of "101 Blog Posts Every New Nurse Should Read." And while my post on conducting a good investigation did not make the list, their list is certainly worth perusing. Even if you don't realte to all of the posts, it is a pretty exhaustive resource to find some great health care blogs.

Additionally, the Health Herald is currently featuring it's Top 50 Hospice Care Blogs. Between the two lists, we have a pretty nice compendium of currrent "resources."

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