Models of care have been transitioning from acute to ambulatory settings. And nurses’ roles in ambulatory care are changing, too.
The role of charge nurse is critical for quality patient care, good outcomes, work-life quality for nursing staff and even organizational financial success.
ICU staff at a U.S. hospital reported average ventilation time fell by nearly 50% when they used a protocol that combined three tools.
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.
Regardless of where you work, you likely see a variety of wounds on patients. Understanding proper wound care skills is essential for optimum outcomes.
Hospice and palliative care nurses can be found in many settings, keep the patients and their family units at the center of everything.
Pediatric nurse certification can give nurses the knowledge they require about the intricacies of caring for young patients and their special care needs.
Nurse practitioners in community settings are finding COVID-19 cases are changing just about everything — including how safe they feel doing their jobs.
New survey data is showing nurses with CCRN certification play a significant role in translating evidence-based practice to everyday practice.