With 2019 coming to an end, nurses are asking where we are in meeting the goal set by the landmark 2010 Institute of Medicine report on the Future of Nursing to have 80% of practicing RNs with a BSN by 2020. Thanks to lot of hard work during the past decade we’ve made important, positive strides.
Learn how a multimodal pain management plan is a personalized approach to pain management that includes multiple medications and techniques, including opioid, non-opioid (prescription or over-the-counter pain relievers), and topical medications, as well as nonpharmacologic therapies.
Nearly 80% of millennial nurses and 57% of Gen Xers plan to pursue higher education, yet only 49% of nurses get tuition reimbursement from their employers.
A mother shares how she went from feeling like just a visitor in the NICU to bonding with her infant — all because of the family integrated care model.
A nurse explained to a patient that NSAIDs — both over-the-counter and prescription — are widely acknowledged to be effective for pain relief when used as directed. But she also counseled her patient that NSAIDs can cause adverse events, especially when they’re not used appropriately.
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