The Woodhull Study on Nurses and the Media revealed in 1997 nurses were represented as sources in less than 4% of leading health news stories in newspapers, weeklies and healthcare trade publications. Results of a replicated study will be presented May 8 in Washington, D.C.
Avoiding accidental poisoning among children younger than 6 might not be as simple as storing medicine out of reach, according to a new report from Safe Kids Worldwide.
A study published in the American Journal for Infection Control found hand washing saves lives in all healthcare facilities, including nursing homes.
Gallup Poll findings show Americans rank nursing as the most honest, ethical profession for the 16th consecutive year, outshining 21 other professions.
Many nurses find themselves working a holiday shifts. But with a little planning and creativity, they make the holidays cheery for patients and each other.
The new DAISY Brings Meaningful Recognition to Nurses digital resource guide is a comprehensive look at the DAISY Award program and the DAISY grant program.
While most nursing students pursue degrees in traditional classrooms, with hands-on clinical experiences, many choose online nursing programs instead.
Researchers discover 72 gene mutations that lead to breast cancer, while the duration of radiation treatments become a topic of discussion — and debate.