Camp nursing: A unique opportunity for nurses

Emily Weatherford, Blake Smith, Ken Tillman


Camp nursing is a specialty area that offers nurses an opportunity to apply clinical judgment skills in a unique environment. This non-traditional setting can be a great fit for nurses looking to expand their skill set and gain new perspectives. In this article, we will discuss essential components of camp nursing that can be insightful for interested nurses. These include finding the right camp, the day-to-day functions of what camp nurses do, the importance of self-care, and personal reflections from two nurse educators who currently work as camp nurses.

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Clinical Nursing Studies
ISSN 2324-7940(Print)   ISSN 2324-7959(Online)

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