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Feb
28

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Nov
19

WOMEN INVESTING IN NEBRASKA AWARDS UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA MEDICAL CENTER COLLEGE OF NURSING A $91.5K GRANT FOR GERIATRIC AND DEMENTIA SERVICES

Geriatric and dementia services are important to assist the elderly in their daily living, knowing that their condition requires critical supervision. The Women Investing in Nebraska (WIN) has recently awarded the University Of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing a $91,500 grant, specifically for UNMC’s Geriatric Cognitive and Mental Health Project for Rural Nebraska. The […]

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Nov
16

ONCOLOGY NURSING FOUNDATION REDIRECTS ITS PURPOSE IN SUPPORTING ONCOLOGY NURSES

Oncology is a challenging field for nurses. Here, they’ll encounter patients, families, and caregivers going through a difficult situation of stress, anxiety, and uncertainty brought about by disease, diagnosis, and treatment. That’s why in support for the hardships and obstacles faced by nurses in the field by advancing the profession and the future of care […]

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Nov
14

MOST JAPANESE THINK NURSING-CARE ROBOTS SERVE THE SUPPLEMENTARY ROLE OF ALLEVIATING BURDENS ON CARE RECEIVERS AND CAREGIVERS, SURVEY SAYS

Robotic nursing care has been one of the revolutionized technologies slowly filling in the gaps of the nursing industry and now the Japanese people recognize it as a positive one. According to a survey conducted by Orix Living Corp., a nursing care service provider, over 80% of Japanese are positive about receiving nursing care from […]

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Nov
12

INTERDISCIPLINARY PARTNERSHIP PUSHES HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS TO CREATE SOCIAL NETWORKS

Interdisciplinary collaboration fuses minds from different learning backgrounds, allowing team members to impart valuable knowledge as reference in producing newer discoveries, just like what one PhD student did in order to improve care for dementia patients. In an article, PhD student at Duke University Sijia Wei had teamed up with Pratt School of Engineering student […]

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Nov
09

OKLAHOMA’S FREE ADVICE FOR FAMILIES’ NURSING HOMES OR ASSISTED LIVING EVALUATING OPTIONS

Every family wants to ensure that their love ones are in safe hands, most especially when they are getting older or has some kind of disability. They need a secure place in assisting them to meet their necessary needs, so we think of a better institution for them to fill those special care demands. In […]

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Nov
07

CAMPBELL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SEEKS TO USE STATE GRANT FOR EMPLOYING ADDITIONAL NURSING STAFF

Campbell County Public Health (CCPH) prepares to use a grant from Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) for additional nursing staff. In an article, CCPH executive director Jane Glaser said that the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH), has offered a grant that would provide $97,000 a year, for a total of three years, to cover full-time […]

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Nov
05

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT MARKS RESEARCH GAPS ON THERAPIES USED BY PREGNANT/LACTATING WOMEN

In a recent report from a task force organized by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), it underscored research gaps involving the pregnant/breastfeeding population. With nearly 6 million women who get pregnant in the US yearly and will take medication during pregnancy and lactating, the institution observed that they are often […]

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Nov
02

$2.7 MILLION GRANT FUNDING COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY – SCHOOL OF NURSING’S NEW PALLIATIVE CARE RESEARCH CENTER

When patients hear the word “palliative care” they usually began to panic, but NO, it’s not really critical as everyone thinks, as compared to “hospice care.” According to World Health Organization (WHO), palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem associated with life-threatening illness, […]

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