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AONL's Robyn Begley Is Not Afraid of Change in Nursing
One nurse leader talks about how the nursing profession is set to evolve in the face of healthcare transformation.
Pre-Existing Conditions Rife Across the US
The updated analysis comes as a federal appeals court weighs the future of the Affordable Care Act.
What Keeps Black Women Nurses Out of Leadership Roles?
After noticing black women were not well-represented in academic leadership, one researcher was prompted to study what influences can impact...
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Reshape the Nurse Leadership Role
Reshaping healthcare delivery means reshaping nursing leadership. Enter the chief nursing optimization officer role.
Walmart Encourages Retail Workforce to Train for Healthcare Jobs
As the retail giant looks to step deeper into the healthcare provider space, it's offering a path for employees to...
Doctors And Nurses With Addictions Often Denied A Crucial Recovery Option
Non-disciplinary programs monitor doctors and nurses for a number of years and are monitored by addiction specialists and state authorities.
Seven Things You Should Know About Your Resuscitation Training Provider
Today you have more choices than ever before for resuscitation training. Here are seven key things to ask when evaluating...
Left Hanging on Price Transparency, 'Patients Will Vote with Their Legs'
Nearly half of patients said having clear information on expected out-of-pocket costs before receiving treatment impacts their decision to use...
Northwell Health to Nurses: 'Constantly Question Practice'
When leadership supports frontline nurses in asking questions, positive changes to patient care can happen, and nursing staff start to...
Dying patient was in ER for hours, hospital delayed reporting death, officials say
Shortage in hospice care, nurse says demanding job isn't for everyone
Why so many hospital strikes lately? 'I think nurses are just so frustrated.'
Suit claims NJ nurses gave patients Benadryl to make them fall asleep, create less work
Central Illinois black nurses group advocates for patients - and themselves
Nashoba Valley nurses ratify contract, to receive pensions