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Respirator or procedure mask?

Respirator or procedure mask?

Resources available to help nurses, patients stay safe Seasonal influenza — and the emergence of infectious diseases like Ebola in the United States — may temporarily heighten awareness for effective protection from droplets and airborne particles. However, experts [Read More]

A matter of life or death

A matter of life or death

Offering competencies to address suicide prevention, management The statistics, punctuated by real-life stories in the media, are sobering. There were 41,149 suicides reported in 2013 in the United States, according to the most recent figures published by the Centers for [Read More]

A cultural experience

A cultural experience

Committed to ensuring healthy outcomes for Native American, Indigenous youth Merriam-Webster defines a circle as “a perfectly round shape.” But when talking with John Lowe, PhD, RN, FAAN, it becomes clear that a circle can be a powerful force — whether it’s shaping [Read More]

Stay healthy

Stay healthy

Get vaccinated against the flu The American Nurses Association urges all RNs to get the seasonal influenza vaccination and to advise their patients to get vaccinated. Flu vaccination coverage rates have steadily increased, particularly over the past five years, according to [Read More]

Take the pledge to engage in infection prevention

Take the pledge to engage in infection prevention

The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology is encouraging consumers and health care professionals to take a pledge to actively engage in infection prevention. The patients and families infection prevention pledge focuses on ways to be involved, [Read More]

Collaboration is key

Collaboration is key

Nurse experts discuss challenges, pose solutions It really shouldn’t feel like a modern-day contest of man versus machine, but nurses are often frustrated about completing or finding relevant information in patients’ electronic health records, according to some nursing [Read More]

Zero tolerance

Zero tolerance

ANA releases new position statement on workplace violence, bullying The nursing profession “will no longer tolerate violence of any kind from any source,” the American Nurses Association declared in a new position statement on violence in health care workplaces released [Read More]

Follow up: Who is watching whom?

Follow up:  Who is watching whom?

To address the ubiquitous use of smartphones and other technology and its potentially harmful consequences on the privacy of patients, visitors and nurses, an Ohio Nurses Association task force developed guidelines that can be implemented throughout all health care [Read More]

Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020 released

<I>Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020</I> released

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, in collaboration with more than 35 federal partners, released Sept. 21 the updated Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020. The final Plan represents [Read More]

A change in the air?

A change in the air?

Nurses discuss value of a concept-based approach to education For decades, nurse educators and students have been grappling with a seemingly ever-expanding nursing curriculum in order to keep up with an ever-changing health care landscape. “There are more and more things [Read More]

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Learn more about Zika, resources

Learn more about Zika, resources

To provide nurses with information on the Zika virus relevant to their practice, the American Nurses Association has [Read More]

Teamwork: Caring for ourselves and our patients

Teamwork: Caring for ourselves and our patients

“How well do you work on a team?” the nurse manager asked in my job interview. “Oh, very well,” I said quickly. [Read More]

Respirator or procedure mask?

Respirator or procedure mask?

Resources available to help nurses, patients stay safe Seasonal influenza — and the emergence of infectious diseases [Read More]

ANA Conference March 11: For nurses safety is the ultimate goal

ANA Conference March 11: For nurses safety is the ultimate goal

In order to provide optimal conditions for patient safety, nurses must first understand how safety relies on staffing [Read More]

ANA Conference March 10: Nurses have made gains but more needs to be done

ANA Conference March 10: Nurses have made gains but more needs to be done

Nurses have been instrumental in the significant gains made in improving quality and safety of health care in the [Read More]

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