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Weschler, Dana Less
Nursing. 43(3):1-3, March 2013.
Nursing. 43(3):6, March 2013.
Downs, Fred Less
Nursing. 43(3):8, March 2013.
Make your voice heard...congratulations to our Nurse of the Year!
Nursing. 43(3):12-13, March 2013.
Good Samaritans on a plane...caring for psychiatric patients in the ED...landing that first job
Nursing. 43(3):14, March 2013.
Naloxone kits prevent opioid overdoses, cut costs...dangers of products with hidden caffeine...comparing generic and brand-name statins
Buck, Harleah G.
Buck, Harleah G. Less
Nursing. 43(3):16-17, March 2013.
How to find reliable online information about end-of-life issues
Blandford, Austin; Heindel, Janet; McLaughlin, Melissa
Blandford, Austin; Heindel, Janet; McLaughlin, Melissa Less
Nursing. 43(3):18-20, March 2013.
Implementing a centralized nurse call system
Cook, Lisa M.
Cook, Lisa M. Less
Nursing. 43(3):21-24, March 2013.
Do nurses trust nurses in recovery returning to work?
Vacca, Vincent M.; Jehle, Jonathan
Vacca, Vincent M.; Jehle, Jonathan Less
Nursing. 43(3):25-26, March 2013.
Nursing. 43(3):27-29, March 2013.
“Never events” haven't gone away...new diabetes guidelines for BP and glucose monitoring...beagle trained to sniff out C. diff....and more
Thomas, M.G. Less
Nursing. 43(3):30-31, March 2013.
Dawn Bennett's inspiring story takes top honors in this year's contest.
Simmons, Susan Less
Nursing. 43(3):55-60, March 2013.
Folic acid helps prevent neural tube defects in the developing fetus, but what are the benefits and risks of bumping up folic acid levels in nonpregnant adults?
Gerber, Lois Less
Nursing. 43(3):32-38, March 2013.
Despite the obvious challenges, nurses can make a difference in the lives of these vulnerable patients. With a deeper understanding of their problems, nurses can provide support, offer resources, and perform other meaningful interventions.
Cheek, Dennis J.
Cheek, Dennis J. Less
Nursing. 43(3):44-48, March 2013.
Response to drug therapy can be strongly influenced by a patient's genetic makeup. The study of pharmacogenomics helps providers tailor medications to a patient's unique genomic profile, improving outcomes and reducing risks. Learn more about this new science, then put theory into practice.
Floyd, Andrea L.
Floyd, Andrea L. Less
Nursing. 43(3):40-41, March 2013.
At the beginning of her career, a nurse learns the importance of respecting patients' wishes and taking the time to do the little things that are important to them.
Robinson, Sheria Grice
Robinson, Sheria Grice Less
Nursing. 43(3):42-43, March 2013.
Explore the art and beauty of theory-based nursing practice, which gives words to what we do.
Biletchi, Jeff Less
Nursing. 43(3):50-53, March 2013.
Not everyone believes that a male presence is appropriate in a maternal-newborn health setting. This nurse disagrees. Learning about his experiences in this rewarding nursing specialty may change your perspective too.
Hydes, Dawn Less
Nursing. 43(3):62-64, March 2013.
Find out how a nurse's experience in the Middle East made her a more culturally sensitive nurse, then apply her lessons to your nursing practice.
Nursing. 43(3):38-39, March 2013.
Nursing. 43(3):48-49, March 2013.