American Academy of Nursing

Aug
14

NURSING RESEARCHERS RECOGNIZED AS THIS YEAR’S FELLOWS OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NURSING

More and more nursing researchers have been recognized for their valuable contributions to the field of medical research. In an article, University at Buffalo School of Nursing faculty members Yu-Ping Chang, PhD, and Sharon Hewner, PhD, were named 2018 class of American Academy of Nursing fellows. AAN fellows are acknowledged for their contributions to nursing […]

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Apr
25

SLEEP DEPRIVATION NEGATIVELY AFFECTS THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF NURSES

As nurses want to achieve a 100% satisfaction rating on patient care, their state of health might not be the same in such condition. With the fast paced life in the nursing workforce, multiple shifts, tasks, and instructions. Some nurses acquire a working fatigue, depriving themselves to sleep in a matter of time. Affecting their […]

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Apr
16

NURSES AS FORERUNNERS FOR HEALTH LITERACY ENHANCEMENT AMONG PATIENTS

With today’s surging demand for healthcare, the wider call for increased health literacy paves the way to a more complex issue. Recently, the American Academy of Nursing just released a policy brief, urging nurses to have an increased role in improving health literacy for patient empowerment. Previewed in the policy is that, “In the United […]

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Apr
13

VITAL ROLE OF NURSES IN PROMOTING HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN SCHOOLS

The demand for more nurses is still at its peak not just in hospitals, but even at schools. According to a policy brief by the American Academy of Nursing published recently in its journal, Nursing Outlook, all students must have daily access to a full-time, registered school nurse, to promote health and wellness, and to […]

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