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Families may decide to use a retail-based health clinic because they believe it is convenient and less expensive, but according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, these clinics do not provide children with the requisite level of high-quality, regular preventive healthcare. Read more »
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Patients and visitors at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore can more easily identify nurses and other staff members by the color of their clothing after the nursing department transitioned to new standardized apparel in September. Read more »
This year, Nurse.com continues its tradition of recognizing and celebrating the achievements of these dedicated nurses throughout the United States, which results in naming six special nurses as 2013 Nursing Excellence GEM awardees. Read more »
“We are one of the most dangerous professions,” said Elizabeth Mizerek, RN, MSN, CEN, CPEN, FN-CSA, New Jersey State Council of the Emergency Nurses Association chairwoman for research and practice. Read more »
South Florida, Texas, Southeast
Learn about successful RN-physician collaborations at Texas hospitals and review 10 tips to establish strong collaborations with physician counterparts at your facility. Read more »
Patrice Dillow, RN, MSN, CWOCN, APRN, wouldn’t blame others for questioning honey’s place among the ranks of antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and other medications used to promote healing in clinical settings. Read more »
Patrice Dillow, RN, MSN, CWOCN, APRN, wouldn’t blame others for questioning honey’s place among the ranks of antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and other medications used to promote healing in clinical settings. Read more »
West California, Northwest, Southwest
Learn how Children’s Hospital of Orange County improved expressed breast milk safety and provided nurses more time each shift to spend with the baby or family. Read more »