Nurses traveled from across the country to gather in Washington, D.C., at The Nurses' March and raise their voices for change.
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
In this malpractice case, a nurse/juror's conduct during jury deliberations became the focus of an appellate court determination for a new trial.
The ANA refers to the nursing Code of Ethics as, “the profession’s non-negotiable ethical standard." It helps nurses through ethical dilemmas every day.
Burnout among clinicians has been an issue for a number of years. A report by the National Academy of Medicine states that 35% to 54% of U.S. nurses and physicians manifest significant symptoms of burnout, including exhaustion, cynicism, and decreased productivity. According to the report, factors contributing to nurse burnout include challenging workloads and work
As the jury conviction in the RaDonda Vaught case illustrates, medication administration protocols must be strictly adhered to at all times.
A home health nurse refuses to see patients due to a possible COVID-19 exposure and is terminated. Nancy Brent explains the legal implications.