Jennifer Thew, RN is the senior nursing editor at HealthLeaders Media.
Recommendations from the National Academy of Medicine may not be met this decade, but progress has been made toward achieving higher levels of nursing education.
The Emergency Nursing Supply Relief Act proposes to designate 8,000 visas for healthcare workers in shortage professions.
A small hospital's patient-centered treatment unit designated for patients with coexisting medical and behavioral health issues is showing reductions in length of stay.
Two reports find that RNs are personally and professionally affected by natural disasters.
Researchers hope to bring the discussion about moral distress among chief nursing officers into the open.
Emergency department visits are higher among patients whose family caregivers felt sad or fatigued.
A new study challenges the wide-held belief that medical student empathy declines over the course of medical school.
Providing the correct ratio of directors to managers is a good start toward positioning nurse managers to develop their leadership skills.
The arrest of a University of Utah nurse is the latest in long list of violent incidents against nurses.
Post-acute care has become an essential component of value-based care. By preparing new nurses through a long-term care residency program, facilities can improve nurse retention, confidence, and competency.