The goal of the IOM Future of Nursing report was to provide a prescription for nurses to facilitate the nation’s shift from hospital-based services to a system focused on prevention and wellness in the community. Find out what progress was made and what still needs attention moving forward, according to nursing experts.
While cesarean sections are medically necessary in some cases, did you know researchers estimate almost half of the procedures performed in the U.S. are not necessary? Learn how some nurses are implementing programs to reduce C-section rates at their organizations.
Nurses need to be involved in understanding how climate change, such as extreme heat, are affecting patient health, especially the most vulnerable populations like the elderly, children, people with chronic conditions and people in specific occupations like outdoor work.
Nurses are seeing an increase in the number of newborns experiencing neonatal abstinence syndrome because of an increase in opioid use disorder during pregnancy. Find out how hospitals are helping these women with their addictions earlier in pregnancy.
Healthcare facilities throughout the country are struggling to fill OR nurse positions as more RNs reach retirement age. Find out how residency programs can help.
In January, Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN, will become president of the American Nurses Association, an organization that has historically been largely female. His election marks a first for men in nursing.
For many nurses, joint, back and foot pain may seem like an expected part of the job, given the amount of time they spend on their feet. But it doesn't have to be that way. The right nursing shoes and foot care can make a huge difference.
A recent survey we conducted showed female and male nurses reported discomfort as a big problem with their nursing shoes. Learn how to choose the right shoes and proper foot care techniques.
Support is growing to help nursing innovations come alive. From healthcare "hackathons" and makeathons to a Nurse SharkTank event, nurses are getting more attention for their creative inventions that can evolve patient care.
Sarah Sellers, BSN, CRNA, said she thought about her patients as she ran to second place in the prestigious race. When word started spreading on April 16, that Sellers had finished second place in the Boston Marathon, her colleagues at Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz. were shocked.