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Healthcare workers have emerged as heroes. Several companies are offering free items for nurses during COVID-19 pandemic as a sign of gratitude.
New survey data is showing nurses with CCRN certification play a significant role in translating evidence-based practice to everyday practice.
Certified emergency nurses make positive impacts for both patients and hospitals, and with the right support, they can be key to forging a strong emergency care team, according to a white paper by the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing.
Hospitals are working to stay ahead of coronavirus — both the outbreak and the constant flow of information. As the global healthcare community hustles to defeat a stream of misinformation, preventing and reducing the spread of the virus to healthcare workers needs to remain a top priority.
The pressures on new graduate nurses to transition from education to practice are often too much to take, causing RNs meant to fuel nursing’s workforce pipeline in the coming decades to question their career choice. One thing that can ease the transition and help retain new nurses is nurse precepting, said Solimar Figueroa, PhD, RN, MHA,
In an era when nursing shortages are expected to persist into 2025 nurses may have the upper hand when it comes to commanding top RN salaries.
For nurses today, one of the biggest challenges is caring for an increasing number of patients with chronic wounds. In fact, an estimated 67 million people around the world are suffering with chronic wounds, making access to a wound care specialist of utmost importance to these patients.
DAISY recognition has significant meaning for nurses. It serves as a reminder that the work they do makes a difference. The award allows colleagues, patients and patients’ families to honor extraordinary nurses and the contributions they make every day.
With multiple generations in the nursing workforce, unique opportunities exist for growth, learning and development. All generations of nurses have plenty to offer one another.