nurses

Nov
02

COVID-19 Is “Very Different” in Young Kids Versus Adults

According to the World Health Organization or WHO, there are nearly ten million active COVID-19 cases all throughout the globe as of June 30, 2020. In the month of April, the United States Centers For Disease Control and Prevention reported that almost about two percent of the active coronavirus cases in the United States are […]

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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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Oct
15

NUTRITIONAL PROGRAM HELP IMPROVE NURSES’ EATING HABITS

As we know, nurses are the ones delivering good health advices to patients. But how can they manage to convey effective health promotion education, when they, themselves, don’t practice good health habits? Based on a 2011 study conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, 55% of the 2,103 female nurses surveyed […]

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Oct
12

NURSING CAREER FAIR AT WESTERN NEBRASKA COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE NURSES

With the current alarming rate of shortage of nurses, health agency representatives from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, and South Dakota participated in the Nursing Career Fair at Western Nebraska Community College. Career fair events like this opens wider doors for future nurses on increasing their chances of getting hired right after graduation. As one local hospital […]

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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
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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Aug
27

HOW DO NURSES DEAL WITH RACISM IN HEALTHCARE?

Studies have been exploring as to what health professionals understand about racism and how do they manage to deal with it in practice. In an article, a new Journal of Advanced Nursing study examined the issue through five focus group discussions with 31 maternal, child, and family health nurses working across metropolitan South Australia. These […]

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Aug
24

COMBINED USE OF OPIOIDS AND PREGABALIN CAN BE DANGEROUS

Healthcare professionals mostly doctors, nurse practitioners, Clinical pharmacist and physician assistants, are the ones who have direct contact and responsibility for patients in administering or formulating drug transcriptions and it’s a tremendously valuable aspect. According to a new study from Canada, the combined use of opioids and pregabalin may increase the risk for opioid-related death. […]

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