Nursing leaders from Magnet facilities urge fellow nurses to examine their own health habits and model a healthy lifestyle for patients.
Two nurse educators were awarded $120,000 in Microsoft support and services for a prototype of a wearable simulation device designed to enhance training.
Legal blogger Nancy J. Brent, MS, JD, RN, reviews the constitutional rights students in public and private higher educational institutions are guaranteed.
Rose Schecter, RN Rose Schecter, PhD, RN, is the associate dean and director of the undergraduate nursing program at Molloy College, Rockville Centre, N.Y. She has been the associate dean since 2000. Her responsibilities include oversight of the more than 1,300 undergraduate students, working with faculty to provide their education in the classroom
The National Breast Cancer Foundation’s partner, Johns Hopkins, offers weekend retreats for patients and caregivers because of unique challenges they face.
Eileen P. Williamson, MSN, RN Man has been caring for wounds since the very first skin break occurred. From the early hunters who treated wounds with herbs and honey to the advent of microbiology and cellular pathology and the later discoveries of fibrous synthetics, grafting and tissue engineering, wound care has been part
Hypothetical Case Natalie is a nurse anesthetist working on her DNP. Eager to obtain this credential she dove headfirst into coursework and discovered she enjoyed her courses, especially the camaraderie that quickly developed with her classmates. Now they are all trying to decide on areas of study for their DNP translational research projects. Natalies pet
Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN Recently I was asked to review a new documentary film sponsored by The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future, entitled “Nurses: Their Vital Role in Transforming Healthcare.” Set for release later this month, the half-hour film was produced by The Marketing Loft/Inovia Media Group and narrated by Joan