June 2021 - Volume 51 - Issue 6 - Contributor Index

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Using simulation to educate students about the culture of disability

Strunk, Julie; Argenbright, Christine; Leisen, Melissa; More

Nursing. 51(6):16-19, June 2021.

Simulation techniques designed to educate nursing students about the culture of disability

Using COPD action plans to support outcomes after discharge

Conley, Patricia

Nursing. 51(6):41-46, June 2021.

Provided as part of discharge instructions, a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) action plan can be given to patients with to help them identify worsening symptoms and respond appropriately to prevent disease exacerbations and hospitalization. Here, the author discusses the benefits of COPD action plans and describes how they are created and used.

AHA update: BLS, ACLS, and PALS

Craig-Brangan, Karen Jean; Day, Mary Patricia

Nursing. 51(6):24-30, June 2021.

The American Heart Association recently updated its guidelines for advanced cardiovascular life support, basic life support, and pediatric advanced life support. This article details these changes, as well as the latest AHA recommendations for CPR and emergency cardiovascular care.

AHA update: BLS, ACLS, and PALS

Craig-Brangan, Karen Jean; Day, Mary Patricia

Nursing. 51(6):24-30, June 2021.

The American Heart Association recently updated its guidelines for advanced cardiovascular life support, basic life support, and pediatric advanced life support. This article details these changes, as well as the latest AHA recommendations for CPR and emergency cardiovascular care.

Using simulation to educate students about the culture of disability

Strunk, Julie; Argenbright, Christine; Leisen, Melissa; More

Nursing. 51(6):16-19, June 2021.

Simulation techniques designed to educate nursing students about the culture of disability

Using point-of-care ultrasound in nursing

Geer, Brandon

Nursing. 51(6):50-52, June 2021.

Increasingly used in nursing practice, point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) can be employed to expedite patient assessments and increase the safety and success of various procedures. Read about the benefits of POCUS in nursing, including its positive effect on patient outcomes and long-term cost-effectiveness.

Direct oral anticoagulant reversal: An update

Hafer, Andrea; McCann, Lindsay

Nursing. 51(6):54-64, June 2021.

The rise in direct oral anticoagulant (DOAC) use means nurses must understand how to reverse these agents in case of bleeding. Depending on bleed severity and other criteria, pharmacologic reversal can be considered in place of supportive care alone. This article takes an in-depth look at the options.

Using simulation to educate students about the culture of disability

Strunk, Julie; Argenbright, Christine; Leisen, Melissa; More

Nursing. 51(6):16-19, June 2021.

Simulation techniques designed to educate nursing students about the culture of disability

Using simulation to educate students about the culture of disability

Strunk, Julie; Argenbright, Christine; Leisen, Melissa; More

Nursing. 51(6):16-19, June 2021.

Simulation techniques designed to educate nursing students about the culture of disability

Direct oral anticoagulant reversal: An update

Hafer, Andrea; McCann, Lindsay

Nursing. 51(6):54-64, June 2021.

The rise in direct oral anticoagulant (DOAC) use means nurses must understand how to reverse these agents in case of bleeding. Depending on bleed severity and other criteria, pharmacologic reversal can be considered in place of supportive care alone. This article takes an in-depth look at the options.

From the police force to nursing faculty

Mocciola, Judith T.

Nursing. 51(6):48-49, June 2021.

Despite personal hardship, a police officer makes the transition to the nursing profession through hard work and a professor's helping hand.

Using simulation to educate students about the culture of disability

Strunk, Julie; Argenbright, Christine; Leisen, Melissa; More

Nursing. 51(6):16-19, June 2021.

Simulation techniques designed to educate nursing students about the culture of disability

Using simulation to educate students about the culture of disability

Strunk, Julie; Argenbright, Christine; Leisen, Melissa; More

Nursing. 51(6):16-19, June 2021.

Simulation techniques designed to educate nursing students about the culture of disability

Cystic fibrosis: A changing landscape

Wendekier, Camille; Wendekier-Raybuck, Katheryn

Nursing. 51(6):32-38, June 2021.

The recent approval of a breakthrough triple-drug combination therapy is expected to significantly improve the quality of life for up to 90% of patients with cystic fibrosis (CF). Learn how this therapy and other treatment advances are extending the lives of patients with CF and what nurses can do to support patients and their families.

Cystic fibrosis: A changing landscape

Wendekier, Camille; Wendekier-Raybuck, Katheryn

Nursing. 51(6):32-38, June 2021.

The recent approval of a breakthrough triple-drug combination therapy is expected to significantly improve the quality of life for up to 90% of patients with cystic fibrosis (CF). Learn how this therapy and other treatment advances are extending the lives of patients with CF and what nurses can do to support patients and their families.

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