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A collection of articles that have won FOLIO, ASHPE, and APEX awards for excellence.
Maher, Mary Dahl; Heavey, Elizabeth
Maher, Mary Dahl; Heavey, Elizabeth Less
Nursing. 45(7):53-56, July 2015.
Winner of 2016 ASHPE Silver Award for Best Feature Series!
Heavey, Elizabeth; Maher, Mary Dahl
Heavey, Elizabeth; Maher, Mary Dahl Less
Nursing. 45(5):54-59, May 2015.
Linda Laskowski-Jones, MS, RN, ACNS-BC, CEN, FAWM
12 issues per year
Winner of 2016 APEX Award for Excellence among health and medical journals!
Feulner, Loren Less
Nursing. 45(3):54-59, March 2015.
Quinlan-Colwell, Ann Daly
Quinlan-Colwell, Ann Daly Less
Nursing. 44(11):63-66, November 2014.
Volland, Jennifer; Fisher, Anna
Volland, Jennifer; Fisher, Anna Less
Nursing. 44(11):44-50, November 2014.
The Montessori method, often used with children, can be adapted to engage adults with dementia by stimulating them with activities that use fine motor skills and build self-esteem. Besides facilitating this intervention, nurses can teach it to family members, reducing their isolation and improving patient engagement.
Funnell, Martha M.
Funnell, Martha M. Less
Nursing. 44(7):64-65, July 2014.
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy
D'Arcy, Yvonne Less
Nursing. 44(6):38-44, June 2014.
If patients use words such as burning, shooting, electric, painful numbness, or tingling, their pain has a neuropathic source that can impair quality of life and destroy dreams. Review how to assess and manage this pain and intervene with treatment options recommended by the Special Interest Group on Neuropathic Pain.
Stalter, Ann M.; Keister, Kathy; Ulrich, Deborah L.; More
Stalter, Ann M.; Keister, Kathy; Ulrich, Deborah L.; Smith, Sherrill Less
Nursing. 44(4):46-49, April 2014.
If you have an ADN or diploma, this practical guide will help you select an RN-to-BSN program in an organized, efficient way.
Nursing. 44(3):50-53, March 2014.
After reviewing the key reasons for earning a BSN, seasoned nurses can leap common obstacles to further education by following these guidelines.
Weeks, Sandra Kenney; Barron, Bridget Tillman; Horne, Marilyn Ray; More
Weeks, Sandra Kenney; Barron, Bridget Tillman; Horne, Marilyn Ray; Sams, Gayle Perdue; Monnich, April Bennett; Alverson, L. Denise Less
Nursing. 43(11):34-37, November 2013.
Do you know how to keep yourself and your colleagues safe in the face of a shooting or other violent act? Learn from one hospital's plans to respond to a dangerous situation.
McNulty, Melissa S.
McNulty, Melissa S. Less
Nursing. 43(10):52-56, October 2013.
Nearly half the money generated by this crime comes from the United States. Find out how to screen for victims hidden in plain sight and take action to help them.
Symonds, Anita; Janney, Regina
Symonds, Anita; Janney, Regina Less
Nursing. 43(10):22-28, October 2013.
Although newly classified as a diagnostic disorder, hoarding remains poorly understood and difficult to treat. Find out how to recognize patients who hoard, what treatments are available, and how nurses can intervene to help patients and their families gain control over hoarding behavior.
Nursing. 43(5):6, May 2013.
Would you refuse to provide CPR?
Myers, Frank Less
Nursing. 41(12):50-53, December 2011.
This headline-grabbing treatment for Clostridium difficile-associated gastrointestinal disease is gaining support among infectious disease experts. Learn why a fecal transplant can fight stubborn bacterial infections, when it's indicated, and how you should educate and support your patient.
Buck, Harleah G.
Buck, Harleah G. Less
Nursing. 41(11):14-15, November 2011.
Nursing. 41(10):16-17, October 2011.
Palliative care: Pally-what?
Nursing. 41(9):12, September 2011.
Issues in palliative and end-of-life care
Nursing. 40(8):60-64, August 2010.
Does administering large opioid doses to treat acute pain exacerbate addiction issues? This article clears up persistent myths about addiction and pain relief, and discusses how to manage acute pain in a patient addicted to opioids.
Laskowski-Jones, Linda Less
Nursing. 40(6):24-31, June 2010.
The great outdoors is full of hazards. Be prepared to respond to these common warm-weather emergencies: heat illness, drowning, lightning strike, bee and wasp stings, and snakebite.
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