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Feb
28

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Sep
21

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING RECOGNIZED BEST SCHOOL OF NURSING BY THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MEN

Diversity in nursing is a great area of focus to increase more nursing aspirants not just in hospitals but also in learning institutions. In a news release, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing was named AAMN Best School of Nursing by the American Association of Men in Nursing. In informing VUSN of the honor, the AAMN […]

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Sep
19

SOLUTION-FOCUSED COMMUNICATION TOWARDS HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS

Mark Beyebach, lecturer and researcher in the Department of Health Sciences of the Public University of Navarre (NUP/UPNA), has conducted a pilot study demonstrating the positive impact of solution-focused communication by nurses towards their patients on haemodialysis so that the patients can manage to reduce their liquid intake contributing towards the satisfactory course of their […]

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Sep
17

EXPERTS DEVISED NEW TOOL EVALUATING ONLINE HEALTH AD SCAMS

The internet is bombarded with health product advertisements, from weight loss supplements to arthritis remedies, one can simply think and ask, are these completely true or just some deception scams? It’s much difficult for us to discern if some are all sort of scam. That’s why, experts at the University of British Columbia have developed […]

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Sep
14

RUTGERS SCHOOL OF NURSING’S NEWLY DEVELOPED NURSING EDUCATION MODEL WINS AACN’S INNOVATION IN PROFESSIONAL NURSING EDUCATION AWARD

Healthcare practitioners must apply the fundamentals of cultural diversity serving different communities thus improving the value of care and social interaction. The positive goal will not be possible if we don’t practice innovation as well. In an article, Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden’s new model for educating nurses called the Innovative Health Equity Program won the […]

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Sep
12

CHEROKEE NATION’S DEDICATED NURSING PROFESSIONALS RECOGNIZED AMONG OKLAHOMA’S GREAT 100 NURSES

With passion and commitment to serve and care for the people, nine Cherokee Nation nurses were recently honored at Oklahoma’s Great 100 Nurses namely: Crystal McDaniel – W.W. Hastings Hospital Rebel Nelson – W.W. Hastings Hospital Stephanie Thompson – W.W. Hastings Hospital Lisa Lyon – Cherokee Nation Health Services I.T. Cherry Bark – W.W. Hastings […]

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Sep
10

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRITICAL CARE FINDS AACN’s WORK ENVIRONMENT ASSESSMENT SURVEY EFFECTIVE AND RELIABLE

A new research supports use of American Association of Critical-Care Nurses’s Work Environment Assessment Survey as an organizational measure. A study in the American Journal of Critical Care (AJCC) reveals the results of a two-phase administration of the tool to 2,621 patient-care employees at Boston Children’s Hospital. The findings provide new insights about the tool’s […]

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Sep
07

NURSES SHOULD TAKE STAND IN EDUCATING THEIR PATIENTS OVER HEALTH RISKS OF TOO MUCH SITTING

As responsible health advocates, nurses should also exercise educating their patients concerning health risks from too much sitting. Recent research found that sitting for too many hours per day, or sitting for long periods without breaks, increases a wide range of health risks. As a matter of fact, sitting has now been recognized as “the […]

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Sep
05

MERCY HOSPITAL HOPES TO RECRUIT NEW NURSES AT A HIRING EVENT

The nursing crisis is still at its peak and hospitals are seizing the moment to fill vacant nursing positions at hiring events paving the way for college students to land in their first job straightaway. In connection, Mercy Hospital is looking to fill 75 nursing positions at a hiring event this week. Though the need […]

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