As mindfulness and complementary health techniques become more mainstream, more Americans are adding yoga and meditation to their wellness routines.
A diverse nursing workforce can be a crucial component in reducing health disparities, improving outcomes and transforming care in an ever-evolving patient population.
Nurses who live by the code have gotten their recognition. In a 2018 Gallup poll, 84% of Americans surveyed rated the honesty and ethical standards of nurses as very high or high, earning them the top spot among a diverse list of professions for the 17th consecutive year.
Recognizing the warning signs a patient is a victim of human trafficking is crucial in the ED and other healthcare settings. For many victims, the opportunity to escape and receive help comes when they visit a healthcare provider.
A threat to patient safety could be lurking right near the bedside, according to a study. Privacy curtains can be breeding grounds for resistant bacteria such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus or MRSA.
Emergency nursing comes with a unique set of rewards and responsibilities. Treating patients of all ages and conditions at different levels of intensity makes this specialty fascinating for nurses.
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Patients in the ICU might have another alternative for pain control and sedation, in the form of a drug approved as an anesthetic nearly 50 years ago. Ketamine is being used more regularly as an option over opioids to control pain and sedate patients.