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Nursing. 46(5):6, May 2016.
Mclaughlin, Leigh; Adashek, Jacob
Mclaughlin, Leigh; Adashek, Jacob Less
Nursing. 46(5):8, May 2016.
Using social media for work...a patient salutes his nurses
Nursing. 46(5):10-11, May 2016.
Macrolide antibiotics don't cause ventricular dysrhythmias...SNRIs linked to postpartum hemorrhage...acetazolamide doesn't reduce ventilator days for patients with COPD...antidiabetic drug may reduce risk of cardiovascular events after stroke...influenza vaccine safe for surgical patients
Nursing. 46(5):12-13, May 2016.
Hospital job search for new grads...what's long-term acute care?...privacy for nursing moms at work
Starr, Kristopher T.
Starr, Kristopher T. Less
Nursing. 46(5):14-15, May 2016.
Being your own boss
Coyle, Rhonda; Mazaleski, Amanda
Coyle, Rhonda; Mazaleski, Amanda Less
Nursing. 46(5):16-21, May 2016.
Instituting a fall prevention program
Coyle, Amanda L.
Coyle, Amanda L. Less
Nursing. 46(5):22-24, May 2016.
Nursing. 46(5):25-27, May 2016.
Zika virus linked to microcephaly...higher nurse-to-patient ratios equals lower mortality...surgical checklists reduce perioperative complications...and more
Shannon, Teresa Less
Nursing. 46(5):61, May 2016.
Jacobs, Steven Less
Nursing. 46(5):62-64, May 2016.
Booker, Staja Q.; Haedtke, Christine
Booker, Staja Q.; Haedtke, Christine Less
Nursing. 46(5):66-69, May 2016.
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 46(5):72, May 2016.
Paregoric mislabeled as “opium tincture”...AHRQ streamlines its patient safety portal...fatal overdose tied to a common but high-risk practice
Finocchiaro, Darlene N.
Finocchiaro, Darlene N. Less
Nursing. 46(5):56-59, May 2016.
Even patients who aren't “religious” have spiritual needs at the end of life, but these may not be recognized or addressed. Use a simple assessment tool to help patients identify what they still hope for as death approaches.
Linnen, Daniel Less
Nursing. 46(5):28-34, May 2016.
In the future, healthcare data analytics will depend on a data technology often called big data. Find out here how big data can help nurses improve patient safety, care quality, and nursing practice.
Quigley, Patricia Less
Nursing. 46(5):36-43, May 2016.
For patients with this relatively common genetic disorder causing iron overload, early treatment is the key to preventing organ damage. Be prepared to answer patients' questions, teach them how to prevent long-term complications, and discuss potential risks for their close relatives.
McBride, Cina Less
Nursing. 46(5):46-47, May 2016.
Honoring a Native Alaskan's traditions required a high level of cultural competence from her Navajo nurse.
Strickler, Jeffery; Bohling, Stephanie; Kneis, Clare; More
Strickler, Jeffery; Bohling, Stephanie; Kneis, Clare; O'Connor, Megan; Yee, Patricia L. Less
Nursing. 46(5):49-51, May 2016.
Discover how a large healthcare organization helps clinical nurses make the transition into management and other leadership roles.
Mascioli, Susan; Carrico, Christine B.
Mascioli, Susan; Carrico, Christine B. Less
Nursing. 46(5):52-55, May 2016.
“A Culture of Safety” is the theme for this year's National Nurses Week. In keeping with nursing's commitment to patient safety, take time to review the 2016 Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals for hospitals.
Nursing. 46(5):34-35, May 2016.
Nursing. 46(5):43-44, May 2016.
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