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Despite support from associations and employer mandates, not all nurses want the COVID-19 vaccine. But vaccine hesitancy doesn't have just one cause.
In August, Delaware Governor John Carney signed legislation that grant's the state's nurse practitioners full practice authority (FPA). In doing so, Delaware became the 24th state (in addition to the District of Columbia and two U.S. territories) to adopt FPA legislation — and not a moment too soon. The physician shortage is real and growing
An important component in electronic fetal monitoring training is multidisciplinary communication, which keeps everyone on the same page for babies' sakes.
Help during the pandemic for ICU nurses at some health systems came in the form of tele-ICU nurses working remotely to support on-site colleagues.
Infection control experts hope the lessons learned from COVID-19 will not be forgotten and will result in increased vigilance about infection prevention.
If you have a passion for serving women and families and providing holistic and patient-centered care, consider becoming a Certified Nurse-Midwife.
Orthopedic nurses work in acute care and outpatient settings and are involved in treatment and education — all while building relationships with patients.