We break down the roles of nursing leadership and management, so you can decide which career path is a better fit for you.
Patients in pain have various options to help them find relief. A report takes a look at multimodal pain management and reviews the successful use of over-the-counter analgesics.
A return to nursing can be isn't necessarily easy, but when you have the right motivation obstacles don't seem as intimidating.
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,
Neuroscience nursing is a complex, highly specialized nursing subspecialty that’s constantly advancing. Researchers have discovered in recent years early and sometimes aggressive treatment of stroke and traumatic brain injury can preserve function and independence for many patients who in the past had no choice but to live with debilitating disability. Anna Ver Hage, RN
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.
When Sophia Thomas, DNP, FNP, PNP, FAANP, saw a 16-year-old patient suffering from a chronic cough, she immediately considered the possibility that vaping could be the source of the problem. Thomas was right. And statistics are showing the need for increased education on vaping health risks.
Learning Spanish for nurses may seem seem daunting, but is well worth the effort, according to one nurse. Being able to communicate in Spanish can go a long way in nursing, said Tracey Long, PhD, MS, RN, APRN, a nursing professor at Arizona College of Nursing who can read, write and speak Spanish fluently.