NursingQ&A: Leaders Must Not Tolerate Workplace Violence
To reduce violence against healthcare workers, organizations must do more than enact policies and procedures.
FinanceTexas Hospital Ends Automatic Lunch Breaks for ER Staff Over Payroll Dispute
The controversial payroll policy has been 'standard practice' for many healthcare organizations, the hospital said.
NursingNurses Union Decries Supreme Court Decision on Public-Sector Unions
The court ruled 5-4 on Wednesday that non-union public employees cannot be compelled to pay union fees, a decision that...
Clinical CareCHI St. Alexius Hires Outside ER Physicians Amid Contract Dispute
The system contracted an outside staffing firm to begin running the emergency department in the Bismarck area next month.
NursingNurses Not Immune to Gender Wage Gap
A new salary report finds men in nursing earn over $6,000 more per year than women.
NursingNurse Suicide Is Real. Don't Ignore It.
Nurse leaders should recognize and respond to factors that contribute to nurse suicide. Here are three actions you can take...
Strategy4 Ideas to Stop Harassment by Patients
A doctor offers four recommendations to curb harassment and assault against healthcare providers.
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