August 2022 - Volume 52 - Issue 8 - Contributor Index

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Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care: A guide for nurses

Maragh, Christina; Caicedo, Carmen

Nursing. 52(8):48-50, August 2022.

This article aims to bring awareness to healthcare professionals who work with families, parents, guardians, and other caregivers about the benefits and availability of Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care for patients.

Laura's last wish

Campbell, Michael A.

Nursing. 52(8):40-41, August 2022.

Nurses are mediators and advocates for patients. The author shares how he advocated for his mother-in-law to make sure her advance directive was followed despite disagreements with her healthcare team.

Medication Errors

Cohen, Michael R.

Nursing. 52(8):64, August 2022.

AuroMedics etomidate, pantoprazole, and bupivacaine mix-ups...Topical gel dispensed in an ENFit syringe given via G-tube

Caring for behaviorally challenging patients in nonpsychiatric settings

Shields, Lisa B.E.; Flanders, Kimberly; Mangan, Brian; More

Nursing. 52(8):42-47, August 2022.

This article discusses a pilot study on the use of a behavior support plan to safely address patients who exhibit disruptive behaviors in the ED and nonpsychiatric medical settings while respecting their autonomy.

Caring for behaviorally challenging patients in nonpsychiatric settings

Shields, Lisa B.E.; Flanders, Kimberly; Mangan, Brian; More

Nursing. 52(8):42-47, August 2022.

This article discusses a pilot study on the use of a behavior support plan to safely address patients who exhibit disruptive behaviors in the ED and nonpsychiatric medical settings while respecting their autonomy.

Wildfires: Implications for nurses

Haymond, Reena; Jesrani, Lena

Nursing. 52(8):17-21, August 2022.

Wildfire smoke can travel hundreds of miles from its source, resulting in poor air quality. Exposure to poor air quality has been associated with health risks. Nurses should be knowledgeable about such risks to provide appropriate care and education in affected communities.

Rising US pregnancy-related deaths

Heavey, Elizabeth

Nursing. 52(8):36-39, August 2022.

The US is the only developed country in the world with rising maternal mortality. This article discusses factors that contribute to this rise, disparities in maternal mortality, and steps nurses can take to help reverse this worsening trend.

Wildfires: Implications for nurses

Haymond, Reena; Jesrani, Lena

Nursing. 52(8):17-21, August 2022.

Wildfire smoke can travel hundreds of miles from its source, resulting in poor air quality. Exposure to poor air quality has been associated with health risks. Nurses should be knowledgeable about such risks to provide appropriate care and education in affected communities.

Risks of practicing without professional liability insurance

Kearney, Kathleen M.

Nursing. 52(8):51-54, August 2022.

This article discusses the risks of practicing without professional liability insurance and offers recommendations for nurses, especially those facing a state board of nursing investigation, malpractice lawsuit, or criminal charge.

Author:
Kim, Justin RN

Telehealth for patients with diabetes

Li, Carrie

Nursing. 52(8):23-29, August 2022.

This article discusses the evolution of telehealth in diabetes management and cites a case study to examine the gaps and identify nursing strategies for implementation.

Caring for behaviorally challenging patients in nonpsychiatric settings

Shields, Lisa B.E.; Flanders, Kimberly; Mangan, Brian; More

Nursing. 52(8):42-47, August 2022.

This article discusses a pilot study on the use of a behavior support plan to safely address patients who exhibit disruptive behaviors in the ED and nonpsychiatric medical settings while respecting their autonomy.

Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care: A guide for nurses

Maragh, Christina; Caicedo, Carmen

Nursing. 52(8):48-50, August 2022.

This article aims to bring awareness to healthcare professionals who work with families, parents, guardians, and other caregivers about the benefits and availability of Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care for patients.

Caring for behaviorally challenging patients in nonpsychiatric settings

Shields, Lisa B.E.; Flanders, Kimberly; Mangan, Brian; More

Nursing. 52(8):42-47, August 2022.

This article discusses a pilot study on the use of a behavior support plan to safely address patients who exhibit disruptive behaviors in the ED and nonpsychiatric medical settings while respecting their autonomy.

Engaging nurses through active and experiential learning

Ward, Laura Amber

Nursing. 52(8):31-35, August 2022.

This article presents diverse active and experiential learning strategies that can be replicated in healthcare practice settings to improve nurses' skills and ensure high-quality patient care.

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