NursingNobody Accurately Tracks Healthcare Workers Lost to COVID-19. So She Stays Up At Night Cataloging the Dead.
Anesthesiologist Claire Rezba started tracking lost health workers almost instinctively. Researchers and industry professionals say the lack of good official...
NursingNavigating APP Credentialing and Privileging Laws
It becomes critical to have medical staff bylaws that adequately address the role of APPs and contemplate the various issues...
NursingCOVID-19 Creates Vicarious Trauma Among Healthcare Workforce
Ellen Fink-Samnick, discusses how the pandemic is creating trauma among healthcare professionals and what can be done about it.
NursingHow to Get FEMA Emergency Funding During the COVID Crisis
Brad Gair says, "In truth, if your reliance is on getting FEMA funding 'fast' in a hospital environment, that is...
NursingWhat It's Like to Be a Black Woman and CNO.
Daihnia Dunkley, RN, interviewed black women about their experiences as CNOs. Here's what healthcare organizations need to do to support...
NursingNurses Must Fight Against Racism. ANA's President Shares How
Ernest J. Grant, president of the American Nurses Association, discusses how racism is a 'public health crisis' and affects nurses...
NursingManaging Medication Adherence During COVID-19
Coronavirus fears drive medication adherence ups and downs.
NursingGeisinger's Karen Murphy Stimulates Innovation by Focusing on Fundamentally Different Approaches to Healthcare
With a career that began in nursing, this leader used her bedside experience to inspire innovation at a federal and...
NursingWhat You Need to Know About the Utilization Review Process
UR nurses speak a different language than most other bedside nurses.
NursingNurse Who Treated N.Y.'s Coronavirus 'Patient Zero' Sues Hospital, Report Says
The anonymous healthcare worker filed her lawsuit against NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital on Saturday.
Clinical CareCoronavirus: Free Grief Helpline for Healthcare Workers
The coronavirus is taking a heavy toll on patients and their caregivers.
NursingA Nurse With One Lung Had COVID-19. Other Nurses Saved Her.
In the coronavirus era, nurses are called heroes. Sometimes, the lives they save are those of other nurses.