The Significance of Working at an ANCC Magnet Recognized Hospital
Eisenhower Health Careers Blog » Nursing Leadership
by Alana Cooler
8M ago
In the world of health care, where compassion, skill, and dedication come together to improve and save lives, the choice of where to work can have a profound impact on your career and personal fulfillment. Among the many accolades and recognitions that health care institutions can receive, the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition stands out among the rest. Only 10% of U.S. hospitals have achieved Magnet status and Eisenhower Health is one of only 52 hospitals in California to have received this distinction. What is ANCC Magnet Recognition? ANCC Magnet Recognition is ..read more
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Eisenhower Health is Celebrating Excellence in Health Care
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by Mark Popkes
9M ago
In the ever-changing world of health care, there are institutions that shine as examples of excellence, embodying the values of compassion, innovation, and unwavering commitment to patient well-being. Eisenhower Health has consistently shown these qualities, earning an impressive list of accolades. From taking the top spot in the Inland Empire to gaining recognition on a national level, Eisenhower Health’s dedication to quality care and patient safety is truly remarkable. Join us in celebrating recent achievements as we dive into Eisenhower Health’s successes in health care, patient safety, an ..read more
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Nurses Month 2023
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by Mark Popkes
1y ago
How nurses make a difference Nurses play a crucial role in healthcare and make a significant difference in the lives of patients and their families. Nurses month is a celebration held every May to honor and appreciate the contributions of nurses to healthcare. It is an EXTRA opportunity to recognize the hard work, dedication, and selflessness of nurses who play a critical role in providing patient care, education, research, and leadership in the healthcare sector. Ways nurses make a difference Providing quality patient care: Nurses are responsible for providing direct patient care, monitoring ..read more
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Leadership in Nursing: An Interview with Eisenhower Health’s CNO, Ben Farber
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by Mark Popkes
1y ago
Nurse leadership not only plays an important role in a nurse’s career, but in all aspects of patient care. Having a great leader can impact the amount of resources and support that a nurse receives, allowing for better patient care, nurse satisfaction, and overall retention. Ben Farber, Eisenhower Health’s Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer recently sat down to discuss his background, his vision for the hospital’s nursing team, and why Eisenhower Health is such a great place to work. Ben Farber’s Background & Leadership Style Why did you choose a career in nu ..read more
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What Every Single Aspiring Nurse Should Know about the Nursing Code of Ethics
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by rachel
1y ago
Ethics are an intrinsic part of health care. Anyone working with patients – directly or indirectly – is expected to abide by certain ethical standards and practices. Nurses work in life or death situations every day, and every choice they make can impact the health and well-being of their patients. No matter your experience level as a nurse, the Nursing Code of Ethics can help guide you to ensure that your work is both honest and honorable and that you are providing patients with the best care possible. What is the Nursing Code of Ethics? The Nursing Code of Ethics is a modification of the Hip ..read more
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Which Nursing Speciality Should You Pursue?
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by rachel
1y ago
After a few years of working as an RN, you develop a better understanding of your strengths and interests in the nursing field. In our previous blog post, we discussed the benefits of continuing education (CE) for nurses who wish to acquire certificates in nursing specialties. This provides nurses opportunity for both personal and professional advancement. Nursing specialties can have a broad range in job responsibilities and the environment. Johnson & Johnson has a useful quiz that can help you figure out what speciality to pursue based on your interests. If you desire a change of pace or ..read more
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Tips For Nurse Leaders to Make Staff Meetings Engaging
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by rachel
1y ago
Staff meetings are a great utilization of time to keep your nursing staff up to date with hospital policies and procedures. But how do we present that information in a way that keeps our staff engaged? The pitfalls of staff meetings is leading an unorganized meeting that’s dense in information and runs over the scheduled time. Give your staff a chance to move their bodies and engage their minds with meaningful activities. Here are some ideas to help you revitalize nurse staff meetings that will make them memorable for all of the right reasons. Download Infographic   Environmental Factors ..read more
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Fostering a Positive Healthcare Experience Through Diversity in Nursing
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by rachel
1y ago
Research shows that there is a positive correlation between levels of cultural awareness in nurses and patient satisfaction. When a patient feels understood from various aspects – culture, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, etc. – it increases their trust in the healthcare provider. In turn, this opens up communication channels and improves the likelihood that the patient will be more willing to self-disclose information pertinent to diagnosis. Diversity in the nursing field has been continuously increasing. A 2018 survey conducted by Campaign for Action found that almost ..read more
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How Nurses Can be Good at Delivering Bad News
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by rachel
1y ago
Nobody wants to be the bearer of bad news, but it is inevitable when you work in healthcare. Informing a patient about an illness or health risk can be daunting for a number of reasons. Bad news causes distress, which can affect a person’s rationality and communication. The usage of medical jargon can lead to frustration because both sides are not able to reach mutual understanding. Though the patient’s health is a top priority, there is a way for nurses to simultaneously take care of their patient’s emotions while delivering bad news.   Download Infographic The SPIKES Protocol is a stra ..read more
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Protecting Your Hospital from the Flu
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by rachel
1y ago
While some may welcome the transition from Spring to Fall with pumpkin-spiced lattes and cozy sweaters, many are wary of the other season that follows: flu season.  Last year at Eisenhower Health, we experienced one of the worst flu seasons due to its longevity. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) documented 42.9 million cases of the flu, resulting in 61,200 deaths from October 1, 2018 to May 4, 2019. Scientists have yet to develop a vaccine that can combat every strain of the flu, but recent discoveries about the virus’ behavior have helped create more ways to preve ..read more
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