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Nursing. 44(6):6, June 2014.
Fuchs, Dorothy; Hardison, Carol; Ceplecha, I.; More
Fuchs, Dorothy; Hardison, Carol; Ceplecha, I.; Caulfield, Lynne Less
Nursing. 44(6):8-9, June 2014.
Nurses speak out about physician-assisted suicide
Lee, Angela Less
Nursing. 44(6):10-12, June 2014.
Nursing. 44(6):14-15, June 2014.
Naloxone autoinjector approved to reverse opioid overdose…Alli taken off market after reports of tampering…fluorescent dye unmasks date rape drug in drinks
Starr, Kristopher T.
Starr, Kristopher T. Less
Nursing. 44(6):16-17, June 2014.
Byers, Dina; France, Nancey E.M.; Kuiper, Betty
Byers, Dina; France, Nancey E.M.; Kuiper, Betty Less
Nursing. 44(6):19-21, June 2014.
Wehbe, Ashia Less
Nursing. 44(6):22, June 2014.
Riesenberg, Lee Ann; Justice, Ellen M.
Riesenberg, Lee Ann; Justice, Ellen M. Less
Nursing. 44(6):23-26, June 2014.
Nursing. 44(6):27-29, June 2014.
Longer RN tenures improve quality of care…simple device restores “gift of speech”…nurse liaisons help reduce MRSA rates…and more
Funnell, Martha Less
Nursing. 44(6):64, June 2014.
Castro, Maria Christabelle; Cruz, Milagros; Briones, Ruben
Castro, Maria Christabelle; Cruz, Milagros; Briones, Ruben Less
Nursing. 44(6):65-67, June 2014.
Gibson, Jennifer A.; Raphael, Brooke
Gibson, Jennifer A.; Raphael, Brooke Less
Nursing. 44(6):55-59, June 2014.
Be prepared to assess for expected benefits and potential adverse reactions to beta-blockers so you can provide optimal care and teaching.
Dettenmeier, Patricia A.
Dettenmeier, Patricia A. Less
Nursing. 44(6):60-63, June 2014.
Use these tips to communicate effectively with patients with limited English proficiency. Then take steps to overcome language barriers and address disparities in healthcare.
Vacca, Vince Less
Nursing. 44(6):30-36, June 2014.
This medical emergency requires prompt, accurate assessment and intervention. Be prepared to recognize the signs and symptoms and to respond quickly and appropriately with the latest evidence-based interventions presented here.
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.
Nursing. 44(6):47, June 2014.
Teach your patients about the itchy rash this plant and its relatives can cause, then give them this handout to take home.
Gary, Jodie C.
Gary, Jodie C. Less
Nursing. 44(6):48-49, June 2014.
Nurses can profit by adopting the spirit of Don Quixote and his quest for an ideal world in the face of adversity.
Fogle, Carolina; Reams, Paula
Fogle, Carolina; Reams, Paula Less
Nursing. 44(6):50-54, June 2014.
What image does your attire present to coworkers, patients, and families? Explore the issues here, then weigh in with your opinion.
Nursing. 44(6):36-37, June 2014.
Nursing. 44(6):44-45, June 2014.