“The clock has run out on sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the healthcare workplace. It's time to do something about it.” That’s the slogan for Time’s Up Healthcare, a campaign focused on what can be done to promote equity and end sexual harassment so nurses, physicians and others can work in healthier environments.
The new book, “Moral Resilience: Transforming Moral Suffering in Healthcare,” takes a first-ever systematic look at moral distress in nursing in the hope others use it as a catalyst to learn more.
Nurse writer share tales from his ED career in his new book “Oh, Nurse! One Man’s Journey Through the Nursing Life, a Personal Account of the Highs and Lows."
We introduced a team DAISY Award in 2013, and it has been a great addition to our statement of gratitude to nurses. Its acceptance is due, in part, to the increased emphasis in healthcare on interprofessional teams.
Little did Sue Childress RN, MN, OCN, know that her skiing to Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah, during a snow storm for her work shift would get national — maybe international — attention.
Although they are well-known for assisting women in labor and delivery, each nurse midwife provides many more healthcare services for women and their families.
We decided to form a nonprofit foundation called DAISY, an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune System, tying back to the condition that took our Pat from us. We turn our grief into something positive with the DAISY Award.
My work on the Theory of Human Caring is founded on the principle that practicing kindness, compassion and equanimity toward yourself is an important process to go through before you can be caring, loving and compassionate. Self-care is integral to a nurse’s job.
A Texas nurse “jumped into professional mode” after her husband was bitten by a rattlesnake minutes after he had cut off its head in their yard.
Mercy Ships volunteer nurse Hannah Thyberg, RN, spent two months in Cameroon, working on the Africa Mercy floating hospital. Her experiences caring for children who needed physical care and emotional support gave her a new perspective on life and what being a nurse actually means.