NursingRacism Reaches Nearly Every Corner of Nursing, New Survey Reveals
Racism and those who practice it have 'absolutely no place in the nursing profession,' ANA president says.
Human ResourcesWith a Vaccine Mandate Looming, Nursing Homes Face More Staffing Problems
Healthcare sites in states that challenged the federal requirement have until March 15 for their staffs to be fully vaccinated.
NursingA Diverse Nursing Workforce Depends on Purging Minority Nurses' Education and Employment Barriers
Nursing schools must 'turn performance into possibility' and look beyond test scores before turning away minority applicants, CNO says.
NursingNursing Educators Must Infuse Innovation Into Their School's Program, Penn Nursing Leaders Say
Authors of a new Journal of Professional Nursing article provide strategic steps to build an infrastructure that supports innovation.
NursingNew Joint Commission 'Quick Safety' Advisory Addresses Intimate Partner Violence
With their position on the frontlines of healthcare, nurses are perfectly positioned to identify patients who may be victims of...
NursingRecruiting International Nurses Typically Requires Time and Patience
In most cases, expect a bit of competition and a lengthy wait, immigration attorney says.
NursingNurse Leaders Recognized as Exemplary Inducted Into AONL's 2022 Class of Fellows
FAONL designation is the 'preeminent honor' for nurse leaders, AONL CEO says.
InnovationJapanese Researchers Create a Mask That Can Detect COVID-19
Researchers at Kyoto University have developed a mask filter that, when exposed to ultraviolet light, shows whether the user has...
NursingAANP Commends New York Governor's Plan to Grant Full Practice Authority to Nurse Practitioners
Requiring NPs to have a written practice agreement with a physician is 'an obstacle' to providing care to New Yorkers,...
InnovationNorthwestern Researchers Develop a Digital Health Facemask for Clinicians
Dubbed the 'FaceBit,' the quarter-sized sensor array attaches to any mask and tracks the wearer's respiration and heart rate, as...
Covid-19Incidental Cases and Staff Shortages Make COVID's Next Act Tough for Hospitals
Unlike previous COVID surges, large portions of the patients with COVID are coming to the hospital for other reasons.
NursingNurses Plan a Day of Action Thursday to Protest Healthcare Protections Being 'Ripped Away'
Events will include a candlelight vigil in Washington, D.C., to honor nurses who died of COVID-19.