October 2020 - Volume 50 - Issue 10 - Contributor Index

Alphabetical Search
D
I
N
Q
T
U
X
Y
Z

The cold truth about postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management: 33°C vs. 36°C

Knippa, Sara; Butler, Jana; Johnson, Lauren; More

Nursing. 50(10):24-30, October 2020.

This article examines current evidence pertaining to the 33°C versus 36°C debate in postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management. The authors address the pros and cons of various target temperatures and apply the evidence to realistic clinical scenarios.

Assessing mental health in vulnerable adolescents

Farley, Holly R.

Nursing. 50(10):48-53, October 2020.

In recent years, a dramatic shift in risks and behaviors threatens adolescents' mental well-being more than ever before. This article explores how nurses in any practice setting can identify adolescents at risk for mental health issues and intervene effectively.

New drugs 2020, part 3

Hussar, Daniel A.

Nursing. 50(10):32-41, October 2020.

Review eight drugs recently approved by the FDA, including the first drug specifically indicated to treat postpartum depression and a breakthrough combination product that can treat approximately 90% of patients with cystic fibrosis.

The cold truth about postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management: 33°C vs. 36°C

Knippa, Sara; Butler, Jana; Johnson, Lauren; More

Nursing. 50(10):24-30, October 2020.

This article examines current evidence pertaining to the 33°C versus 36°C debate in postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management. The authors address the pros and cons of various target temperatures and apply the evidence to realistic clinical scenarios.

Implementation of a “Serenity Room”: Promoting resiliency in the ED

Salmela, Lynn; Woehrle, Theo; Marleau, Eastan; More

Nursing. 50(10):58-63, October 2020.

These authors found that creating a restorative space for nurses and other staff to use during a busy shift can reduce workplace stress and promote resilience.

The cold truth about postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management: 33°C vs. 36°C

Knippa, Sara; Butler, Jana; Johnson, Lauren; More

Nursing. 50(10):24-30, October 2020.

This article examines current evidence pertaining to the 33°C versus 36°C debate in postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management. The authors address the pros and cons of various target temperatures and apply the evidence to realistic clinical scenarios.

Author:
Marleau, Eastan

Implementation of a “Serenity Room”: Promoting resiliency in the ED

Salmela, Lynn; Woehrle, Theo; Marleau, Eastan; More

Nursing. 50(10):58-63, October 2020.

These authors found that creating a restorative space for nurses and other staff to use during a busy shift can reduce workplace stress and promote resilience.

Supporting nurses' mental health during the pandemic

Owens, India T.

Nursing. 50(10):54-57, October 2020.

During the pandemic, rapidly changing institutional policies have altered the roles of many nurses on the front lines. This article offers practical suggestions for supporting nurses in these challenging times.

The cold truth about postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management: 33°C vs. 36°C

Knippa, Sara; Butler, Jana; Johnson, Lauren; More

Nursing. 50(10):24-30, October 2020.

This article examines current evidence pertaining to the 33°C versus 36°C debate in postcardiac arrest targeted temperature management. The authors address the pros and cons of various target temperatures and apply the evidence to realistic clinical scenarios.

Author:
Russell, Ellen

Implementation of a “Serenity Room”: Promoting resiliency in the ED

Salmela, Lynn; Woehrle, Theo; Marleau, Eastan; More

Nursing. 50(10):58-63, October 2020.

These authors found that creating a restorative space for nurses and other staff to use during a busy shift can reduce workplace stress and promote resilience.

Implementation of a “Serenity Room”: Promoting resiliency in the ED

Salmela, Lynn; Woehrle, Theo; Marleau, Eastan; More

Nursing. 50(10):58-63, October 2020.

These authors found that creating a restorative space for nurses and other staff to use during a busy shift can reduce workplace stress and promote resilience.

Show: