Misinformation and Disinformation: Nurses’ Role in Evidence-Based Commentary
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2d 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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3M 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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Prioritizing Nurses’ Mental Health: We Need to Do Better
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5M ago
Prioritizing Nurses’ Mental Health: We Need to Do Better Recently I had the opportunity to talk with nurses about their mental health and well-being. The results were concerning; several nurses I spoke with felt they were burned out, exhausted, and had minimal, or nothing left to give of themselves to ..read more
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Am I nurse-splaining?
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9M ago
By: Elizabeth Wirth-Tomaszewski, DNP, RN, CRNP, CCRN, ACNP-BC, ACNPC I’ve been a nurse coming up on 30 years, with over a decade of experience as a critical care nurse practitioner. In that time, I’ve come to know some things about myself. One of the habits I have that goes back many years is explaining ..read more
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Leveraging Conflict in the Boardroom
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10M ago
Leveraging Conflict in the Boardroom Wherever there are person-person interactions, there is potential conflict. Conflict in the boardroom may be a result of rivalry, misunderstanding, or the need for resources to get the work done. Two types of conflict may occur on a board, task ..read more
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Beyond Burnout – The Moral Injury of Health Care Today
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1y ago
Beyond Burnout – The Moral Injury of Health Care Today Burnout, compassion fatigue, and moral distress – we use these terms often when talking about the effects of nursing job stress. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought so much into perspective, including the trauma that those on the frontlines ..read more
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10 Nurses to Honor for Black History Month
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1y ago
10 Nurses to Honor for Black History Month Nursing history is fascinating. There are so many nurses who have influenced our profession and paved the way for us. This Black History Month, here are 10 nurses whose stories are critical to nursing’s past and future. Sojourner Truth ..read more
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Team Nursing Model – What It Is and How to Make It Work
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1y ago
Team Nursing Model – What It Is and How to Make It Work Back in March, during the first surge of COVID-19 patients, alternative staffing and onboarding models were implemented by some institutions to improve care and maximize patient and staff safety. Now, as hospitals are in the midst of another surge ..read more
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Sharing What We’ve Learned: A Conversation with Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, FAONL
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1y ago
Sharing What We’ve Learned: A Conversation with Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, FAONL Dr. Rosanne Raso is the Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President at New York-Presbyterian/Weill-Cornell Medical Center, as well as the Editor-in-Chief of Nursing Management.   As a nurse leader in New York City, the responsibilities that Dr ..read more
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Building A Healthier America: Innovating in the Boardroom
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1y ago
Building A Healthier America: Innovating in the Boardroom Board members are often asked to envision new ways to shape strategies to fulfill the board’s mission. For nurses, this is a natural role to contribute to board discussions. Nurses have significant and lived experience encountering ..read more
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