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More Than Half Of California Nursing Homes Balk At Stricter Staffing Rules
California is one of only a few states that set their own minimum requirements for nursing home staffing. The new...
10 Ways to Protect Nurses From Active Shooters
Experiencing violence shouldn't be 'part of the job.' Here's how healthcare executives can promote workplace safety.
Nurse Staffing Isn't Straightforward. Here's Why.
Mandating nurse-to-patient ratios is one solution to nurse staffing, but some favor different approaches to the issue.
Promoting Positive Work Environments Critical in Ensuring Quality Patient Care
AAPA's Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management created the Employer of Excellence Awards to showcase hospitals and health systems that...
Need to Train Nurse Practitioners About Telehealth? Use Robots
The RoboAPRN program gives APRN students experience in telehealth and mental healthcare.
CNO Exchange: 3 Behaviors Make Life Better for Nurses
Without an investment in improving nurse culture, hospitals will struggle to recruit and retain from an increasingly competitive pool of...
Nurses accuse St. Charles of unfair labor practices
Nursing shortage leaves some city schools uncovered
Oakland nurse, deported and returned, grateful for life with children and job
Opinion: We must work to end workplace violence against nurses
Nurse denied life insurance because she carries naloxone
Nurses rally to keep Providence Hospital open as services wind down