Patient advocates work in every realm of nursing. They concentrate on educating patients and understanding and alleviating their fears.
PTSD is a growing concern for nurses in inpatient settings, according to a review of several studies that identified factors associated with PTSD in nurses.
Racism and its effects on the health and well-being of the American people has now elicited a direct response from nursing organizations.
Nurses across the country are among millions of users posting short, expressive videos on the fast-growing and often controversial social media platform TikTok. Generation Z and millennial nurses told Nurse.com the posts help to relieve job stress, educate people about what they do and are just plain fun to create and view. Those benefits are
A nurse forum has become a refuge — a safe place to discuss the COVID-19 crisis. Some reach out with ideas and hope, while others share grave concerns.
Besides specialized care, babies with neonatal abstinence syndrome need their parents. RNs created a place for these critical connections to safely happen.
The State of the World’s Nursing report projects a shortfall of 5.7 million nurses in the nursing workforce unless nations educate and employ more nurses.
In recent years, U.S. emergency departments have prescribed fewer opioids for pain.But some worry pain patients are now being marginalized and stigmatized.
It’s not easy to find nurses with hospice care skills. So this RN developed a hospice nurse residency program to ensure a ready pipeline of skilled nurses.
COVID-19 drive-thru testing centers are often staffed by RNs whose normal jobs have been interrupted by the pandemic, but are willing and able to help.