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Blankenship, Susan; Lucas, Amy; Sayre, Sandy
Blankenship, Susan; Lucas, Amy; Sayre, Sandy Less
Nursing. 43(6):1-5, June 2013.
Nursing. 43(6):6, June 2013.
Nogué, Santiago; Amigó, Montserrat; Levesque, Lillian
Nogué, Santiago; Amigó, Montserrat; Levesque, Lillian Less
Nursing. 43(6):8, June 2013.
Neutralizing a caustic chemical…screening online information for patients
Nursing. 43(6):10, June 2013.
Changes to OTC nicotine replacement labeling…more evidence that vaccination doesn't cause autism spectrum disorders…combination therapy improves survival in patients with cryptococcal meningitis…many adverse statin-related events may be tolerable
Starr, Kristopher T.
Starr, Kristopher T. Less
Nursing. 43(6):11, June 2013.
Meet our new columnist, Kristopher T. Starr, JD, MSN, RN
Salladay, Susan A.
Salladay, Susan A. Less
Nursing. 43(6):12-13, June 2013.
How to improve an ethics committee…a patient's social media postings pose problems
Beecher, Gloria P.; Appel, Susan J.
Beecher, Gloria P.; Appel, Susan J. Less
Nursing. 43(6):14-17, June 2013.
Managing type 2 diabetes
Thomas, Rachel C.
Thomas, Rachel C. Less
Nursing. 43(6):18-19, June 2013.
Observing electroconvulsive therapy
Nursing. 43(6):21-23, June 2013.
More NICU nurses needed for high-risk babies…CDC calls for action to halt spread of “nightmare bacteria” …survey reveals troubling gaps in clinicians' knowledge about opioid medications…and more
Guarin, Pamela Luz B.
Guarin, Pamela Luz B. Less
Nursing. 43(6):63-66, June 2013.
Nursing. 43(6):66, June 2013.
Resources for addiction treatment
Primeau, Marlena Seibert; Frith, Karen H.
Primeau, Marlena Seibert; Frith, Karen H. Less
Nursing. 43(6):68-69, June 2013.
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 43(6):72, June 2013.
Poor bar code placement causes scanning problems…handwritten look-alike drug names mixed up…alarm fatigue linked to patient death…decoding transdermal patches
Flateau-Lux, Laura R.; Gravel, Tammy
Flateau-Lux, Laura R.; Gravel, Tammy Less
Nursing. 43(6):24-28, June 2013.
Also called horizontal violence, bullying involves psychological and social harassment perpetrated by nurses against other nurses. First identified over two decades ago, this troubling phenomenon persists today. Be part of the solution by taking the practical steps outlined in this article.
Murdock, Andrea; Griffin, Barbara
Murdock, Andrea; Griffin, Barbara Less
Nursing. 43(6):43-45, June 2013.
Patients who are well informed about their condition and treatment are more likely to trust the healthcare system and be satisfied with their care. Use these patient education tools and techniques to improve patient satisfaction and increase hospital reimbursements.
Cookson, Kristine L.
Cookson, Kristine L. Less
Nursing. 43(6):57-62, June 2013.
Learn the dimensional analysis method presented here for a logical format that can be used for any drug dosage calculation. By enhancing conceptual understanding, it improves accuracy and helps prevent medication errors.
Smith, Linda S.
Smith, Linda S. Less
Nursing. 43(6):30-37, June 2013.
Besides lessening the impact of healthcare disparities, culturally competent care improves outcomes, care quality, and patient satisfaction. This article brings you up to date on current guidelines, regulations, and practice standards for providing culturally appropriate care to all your patients.
Lian, Jin Xiong
Lian, Jin Xiong Less
Nursing. 43(6):46-52, June 2013.
For patients on mechanical ventilation, arterial blood gas (ABG) values speak volumes about oxygenation, acid-base balance, pulmonary function, and metabolic status. Translate ABG values into clinical benefits by reviewing this detailed analysis, then test your knowledge with three case studies.
Nursing. 43(6):40, June 2013.
Teach your patients how to recognize and cope with stress, then give them this handout to take home.
Zimmerman, Ellen Less
Nursing. 43(6):41, June 2013.
A nursing instructor's recurring gesture of support makes all the difference to a student facing emotional challenges.
Nursing. 43(6):37-38, June 2013.
Nursing. 43(6):52-53, June 2013.