Nursing@Georgetown Blog


Donating Blood in Times of Crisis: How to Help

Just 3% of eligible donors give blood every year, making it too easy to have a shortage of blood in times of crisis. Find out how you can help people in need of blood during an emergency.

Navigating a Diabetes Diagnosis: How to Manage Mental and Physical Health

Patients diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to experience mental health issues, creating a need to to balance  physical health with  their emotional wellbeing.

How to Sleep Well in the Digital Age

Screen time can disrupt circadian rhythms and affect the quality of our sleep. These tips can help separate sleep time from screen time.

How to Support Nurses and Health Care Workers During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting additional stress on front-line nurses and health care workers, making it important for communities to support them.

Guide to Living Organ Donation

Considering the physical, psychological and financial effects of organ donation can help prospective living donors decide whether organ donation is right for them.

Answering Common Questions About Herd Immunity and Vaccination

As flu season begins and communities wait for a COVID-19 vaccine, what do people need to know about herd immunity and vaccinations?