Being wound care certified with the Wound Care Education Institute gets you access to helpful resources that can expand wound care knowledge throughout your hospital, health system and healthcare organizations. Are you ready?
A second bacterium that causes Lyme disease in North America has been identified by researchers at the Mayo Clinic and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to a report published Feb. 5 in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. Several bacteria cause Lyme disease in other parts of the world, but until recently, only the
Nurse educators from around the country shared words of wisdom on motivational teaching strategies that help nurses learn and flourish, whether in school, in facility inservice programs or in the clinical setting. Here’s what they had to say. Engage adult learners by facilitating a collaborative learning environment through the use of discussions and in-class group assignments.
The ANA has responded to the call for greater patient care coordination by launching initiatives laying out a series of policy priorities and goals.
Career columnist Donna Cardillo, RN, gives advice to a nurse who has a disability that does not affect her work and is concerned it could impact employers.
A graduation ceremony for nurses who took Farmingdale (N.Y.) State College classes at Southside Hospital to further their education recently took place.