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May/June 2023 - Volume 21 - Issue 3
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The many faces of rural health nurses

Lockhart, Lisa

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 21(3):30-35, May/June 2023.

Rural nurses must be familiar with all facets of rural health, including the benefits and difficulties of serving communities in these scarcely populated regions.

Barriers to healthcare: A brief overview of healthcare stigmas among Black and Hispanic/Latino patients

Rodriguez, Thureiyya

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 21(3):36-43, May/June 2023.

Stigmatization is a deep-rooted problem in US history. By learning these histories, nurses can grow cultural humility in their practice.

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Intimate partner violence: Warning signs and interventions

Gary, Annette; Kiper, Valerie; Geist, Rebecca; More

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 21(3):12-21, May/June 2023.

This manuscript discusses intimate partner violence as it occurs among adults and adolescents. With support and encouragement, a victim can find the strength to leave and live a safer life.

Compassionate, evidence-based care for patients with HIV/AIDS at the end of life

Riley, Kiernan; Lucey, Megan; Kowalchik, Kaléi; More

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 21(3):22-29, May/June 2023.

Learn how nurses can help patients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS feel more comfortable and respected during the end of life.

Creator: Wolters Kluwer Health
Duration: 15:48
Nursing made Incredibly Easy  May/June 2023, Volume 21, Issue 3;
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