Regina Mason, MSN, RN, GNP-BC, shares tips for nurses working with elderly patients.
Jeanine Frumenti, RN Jeanine Frumenti, DNP, MPA, RN, CLNC, has seen the upsides of positive, uplifting leadership in action, and shares her thoughts on what makes a good nurse leader. Through almost four decades in healthcare, she worked her way from a bedside nurse to a nursing leader at several hospitals in and
Mary Regan, RN, said she has yet to lose her zeal for helping patients close hard-to-heal wounds that hold them back from living their lives to the fullest.
Home health nurses from VNA Healthtrends Illinois are testing the use of a portable electronic monitor to check patients for congestive heart failure.
Associate dean for DNP programs at the University of Miami School of Nursing Mary Hooshmand, PhD discusses how nurses manage day-to-day ethical challenges.
As nursing evolves in the 21st century, few aspects of the profession hold more potential to transform practice at all levels than the use of informatics. While informatics in nursing dates back to the first computers introduced in healthcare settings, the use of informatics has gained steam, driven by the push to make electronic health