A recent nurse practitioner survey shows how things have improved since the onset of the pandemic and where improvements are still needed.
Healthcare personnel are likely to receive an approved COVID-19 vaccine first, followed by essential workers and high-risk or older individuals.
Personal protective equipment for healthcare workers can be hard to come by during a pandemic. But Heart4Heroes and its partners have stepped in to help.
Professional negligence cases can hinge upon the details presented by both sides. Nancy Brent looks at one case and how nurses can learn from it.
Heather Anderson, BSN, RN, Director of the Medical Surgical Unit at Adventist Health St. Helena in northern California, received an unexpected call soon after she arrived home from work on August 19. Heather Anderson, RN Anderson, a member of the facility’s disaster preparedness team, needed to return to the hospital immediately because winds
The Health Wagon, a nurse-driven mobile health clinic, provides care to thousands of medically underserved people in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia.
Editor's Note: Content sponsored by CUNY School of Professional Studies Despite personal and professional challenges, nurses have always played vital roles in healthcare delivery, and their work has been invaluable during the COVID-19 pandemic. The stakes have been high for everyone in the past few months. Nursing administrators have had to focus on strategically mobilizing
If 2020 hasn’t been difficult enough, add Hurricane Laura barreling toward a hospital. The nurses were kept on their toes, but performed admirably.
It's hard to fathom that 2020 is the Year of the Nurse. A year when it feels like every conversation in nursing begins with hand-washing and ends with PPE, and we're all trying to get people to do things that are good for them but that many resist doing? This theme feels a little strange