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Next week, The Nurses’ March will take place to unite and recognize caregivers across the country at our nation’s capital. This inaugural event will honor those who lost their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic and pay tribute to the nursing community. Throughout COVID-19, the media and various campaigns brought greater focus to nurses’ critical role
This month, New York and Kansas joined the list of 24 states, plus the District of Columbia and two U.S. territories, with full practice authority legislation (FPA) that empowers nurse practitioners to provide the complete scope of services for which they were trained. “New York has taken a critical step forward in our country, increasing
As the jury conviction in the RaDonda Vaught case illustrates, medication administration protocols must be strictly adhered to at all times.
De-escalation techniques used to reduce a patient’s anxiety and aggression can help keep everyone safe and allow for better patient-nurse communication.
Nurses should be front and center in providing health care for the homeless and improving outcomes. Meet some nurses who are doing just that.
Nurse recognition programs show nurses their contributions are not only appreciated, they're invaluable. Now, more than ever, these programs are essential.
Despite support from associations and employer mandates, not all nurses want the COVID-19 vaccine. But vaccine hesitancy doesn't have just one cause.
Nurses at post-COVID clinics are taking the time to listen to patients, assess symptoms, and develop treatment plans that give them the hope they need.