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Web Exclusive: Six Steps to Ensure New Nurse Manager Success
Organizations must set expectations for new nurse managers so they understand their role and that it is vital to invest...
Staff development on the evening and night shifts: Tips for learning experiences
Evening and night-shift nurses often feel left out of professional development opportunities and shortchanged in terms...
Web Exclusive: Nurse Leaders Should Champion Peer Review
Nursing has been slow to adopt peer review as a quality of care imperative. To avoid being left behind, it's time nurse...
Nursing students turned away amid Indiana faculty shortage
Amid a looming shortage of nurses nationwide, Indiana nursing programs rejected about 2,500 qualified applicants...
Group gathers in Hartford in support of endangered nurse-training program
Students, state legislators, journalists, and nurse advocates held a press conference at the Connecticut Legislative...
Web Exclusive: Try Simulation Training to Improve Teamwork, Collaboration, and Patient Safety
Contributor Mary Holtschneider, RN, BSN, BC, MPA, NREMT-P, director of nursing practice and education for the North...
CT governor suspends adult education program for licensed practical nurses
Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell has decided to suspend the state's adult education program for licensed practical nurses...
High-tech Mannequins Give Nurses Real-life Experience
Many facilities across the nation are investing in state-of-the art technology that allows students and staff members...
Web Exclusive: A Nursing Professor's Perspective: Transitioning From Nursing Student to Staff Nurse
Contributor Richard Freedberg, RN, MSN, MPA, professor of mental health nursing at Lansing Community College in...
The Many Forms of Simulation Training
The high-tech world of simulation training goes way beyond Sim Man, Resusci Anne, and their ilk. This article examines...