Accurate provider communication, medication reconciliation and more help improve home recovery of patients with diabetes, according to nursing experts.
Jacksonville (Fla.) University announced the College of Health Sciences has been named the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences in honor of the largest single gift in its history and in gratitude for Brooks Rehabilitation’s ongoing support, totaling more than $4 million. A lead portion of the University’s ongoing $120 million ASPIRE 2020 campaign, the
By Debra Anscombe Wood, RN The surgery to create an ostomy can be lifesaving, but even so, it oftentimes presents difficult challenges for patients coping with alterations to their body image and with managing the logistics of an ostomy. Recognizing patients need encouragement and information, two nurses at the Regional Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
Three Texas nurses and one from Florida are among the 12 emergency nurses who will be inducted Oct. 2 into the Academy of Emergency Nursing at the Emergency Nursing 2015 Awards Gala in Orlando, Fla., according to a news release. The 2015 AEN inductees from Texas and Floride are: • Mary Leblond, MSN, RN, CEN,