Why Aren't More Nurses Certified?
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3M ago
Why Aren't More Nurses Certified? Nursing certification is a type of credentialling that shows an individual has met specific standards beyond the basic level of nursing knowledge as determined by a specialty organization. To become board certified, registered nurses (RNs) must ..read more
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Prioritizing a Culture of Safety
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6M ago
Prioritizing a Culture of Safety Safety is defined as a condition of being protected from or not causing danger, injury, risk or loss (Joint Commission, 2021). Safety from physical harm as well as psychological harm should be ensured in all workplaces. When we are at our worst ..read more
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Collaboration: The key to answering the question, “What’s the plan?”
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9M ago
Collaboration: The key to answering the question, “What’s the plan?” How often have you asked yourself, “What’s the plan?” You may ask the question when you’re caring for a patient, as a leader, or even in your personal life. Over the past few months, I’ve recognized a growing trend ..read more
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Improving Hospital Sepsis Programs
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9M ago
Improving Hospital Sepsis Programs In the United States, approximately 1.7 million adult hospitalizations and more than one-third of hospital deaths each year are due to sepsis (Rhee et al., 2017). Current recommendations and guidelines focus on early recognition and management of ..read more
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Let’s Change the Trajectory of Sepsis
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10M ago
Let’s Change the Trajectory of Sepsis The story is too common – a person feels unwell and after a few days ends up going to their primary care provider or an urgent care center. They are evaluated, sent home, and several days later end up back in the office and evaluated again ..read more
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New Research on Clinician Wellbeing and Staffing
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11M ago
New Research on Clinician Wellbeing and Staffing A new study that looks at clinician wellbeing as a factor to decrease turnover and improve care was recently published in JAMA Health Forum. This was a refreshing angle to address the current staffing crisis, focusing on improving the work ..read more
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Ethics in Nursing: 10 Things to Know
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1y ago
Ethics in Nursing: 10 Things to Know Ethics guide how we should treat one another, how we should act, and what we should do. As nurses, we've all dealt with difficult ethical issues, even dilemmas, in our practice. They can sometimes be more challenging than the physical care we ..read more
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It’s Time to Address Health Equity for All
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1y ago
It’s Time to Address Health Equity for All Health equity and access to care is front and center in the news. People are dying because they don’t have access to healthcare. Patients are voicing concerns they can’t afford their prescriptions and groceries. When did it become ..read more
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Misinformation and Disinformation: Nurses’ Role in Evidence-Based Commentary
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1y ago
Misinformation and Disinformation: Nurses’ Role in Evidence-Based Commentary Social media platforms have become a go-to information source for the public, and a soap box for healthcare providers of all types. While this may seem to be a positive influence, the information may not be completely correct or may even be ..read more
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Safety: A Priority for our Workplace and our Patients
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1y ago
Safety: A Priority for our Workplace and our Patients Let’s face it, everyone wants to live, work, and be cared for in a safe environment. Safety is defined as the condition of being protected from an experience likely to cause danger, risk, or injury (Oxford Languages, 2022). Unfortunately ..read more
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