December 2022 - Volume 52 - Issue 12 - Contributor Index

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Monkeypox 2022: Another global outbreak

Borton, Dorothy

Nursing. 52(12):15-25, December 2022.

In May 2022, a global outbreak of monkeypox was identified in Europe and North America in individuals most of whom had no history of travel from monkeypox-endemic countries. This article provides an overview of monkeypox disease prevention guidance and treatment options.

Blast from the past: A night with my nursing cap

Bosek, Marcia Sue Dewolf

Nursing. 52(12):51-52, December 2022.

After 30 years without wearing a nursing cap, a nursing instructor wore her cap to clinical on Halloween. A unique connection was established as the residents noticed the nursing cap and began sharing personal stories about nurses they had known.

The nursing profession circa 2030

Boston-Leary, Katie; Stone, Bobbie

Nursing. 52(12):34-39, December 2022.

This article outlines urgent issues and necessary steps for measurable change in nursing practice and work environments by 2030.

Medication Errors

Cohen, Michael R.

Nursing. 52(12):64, December 2022.

Confirm tenecteplase indication and dose before use... PDMPs can identify duplicate opioid therapy

Gratitude journals can improve nurses' mental well-being

Cumella, Kelly

Nursing. 52(12):58-61, December 2022.

Gratitude journals can support nurses' emotional health by improving stress management and offering an opportunity for overall self-reflection.

Reviving a successful blunt chest wall injury protocol

Smith, Carolyn; Schneider, Melissa; Pitzer, Brittney; More

Nursing. 52(12):53-57, December 2022.

This article describes a quality improvement project that assessed nurses' knowledge and practices for patients admitted with a blunt chest wall injury.

Reviving a successful blunt chest wall injury protocol

Smith, Carolyn; Schneider, Melissa; Pitzer, Brittney; More

Nursing. 52(12):53-57, December 2022.

This article describes a quality improvement project that assessed nurses' knowledge and practices for patients admitted with a blunt chest wall injury.

Managing patients who are immunocompromised during the COVID-19 pandemic

Pullen, Richard L. Jr.

Nursing. 52(12):27-32, December 2022.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused distinct challenges for immunocompromised populations, including disease and social management. This article presents strategies to prevent infection and promote quality of life in patients who are immunocompromised.

Reviving a successful blunt chest wall injury protocol

Smith, Carolyn; Schneider, Melissa; Pitzer, Brittney; More

Nursing. 52(12):53-57, December 2022.

This article describes a quality improvement project that assessed nurses' knowledge and practices for patients admitted with a blunt chest wall injury.

Reviving a successful blunt chest wall injury protocol

Smith, Carolyn; Schneider, Melissa; Pitzer, Brittney; More

Nursing. 52(12):53-57, December 2022.

This article describes a quality improvement project that assessed nurses' knowledge and practices for patients admitted with a blunt chest wall injury.

The nursing profession circa 2030

Boston-Leary, Katie; Stone, Bobbie

Nursing. 52(12):34-39, December 2022.

This article outlines urgent issues and necessary steps for measurable change in nursing practice and work environments by 2030.

Health information technology: Ethical concerns in nursing practice and research

Thompson, Sondatre M.

Nursing. 52(12):40-43, December 2022.

This article describes the ethical issues that arise with the use of health information technology in everyday nursing practice as well as in research activities, and outlines options for mitigation.

Author:
Zacek, Lisa RN

Hereditary angioedema: A rare but serious and commonly misdiagnosed disease

Zacek, Lisa

Nursing. 52(12):44-50, December 2022.

Hereditary angioedema is a rare and commonly misdiagnosed disease. This article discusses how nurses can assist in identifying disease hallmarks and provide emergency care, patient support, and education.