TechnologyNAHQ Report: Building Strong Workforce Involves Improving Healthcare Quality Education
The National Association for Healthcare Quality is helping organizations like the Veterans Health Administration implement improvements
Post-AcuteCornell Researchers Develop Caregiving Simulation for Home Care
Research around a robotic simulation platform and its potential to assist people with disabilities shows promise.
Post-Acute4 Stories on How Your Agency Can Better Care for Patients With Dementia
These are four stories that private duty agency owners shouldn't miss.
NursingTackling Nursing's Trifecta of Challenges
The healthcare system must find a way to provide the access to training for tens of thousands of would-be nurses.
Post-AcuteTeamwork: The Key to the Most-Effective Dementia Home Care
Innovative training program for dementia home caregivers calls for a team-based approach.
Nursing$80M Federal Grant Will Help Expand the Struggling Nursing Workforce
The plan: To advance equity and improve healthcare workforce diversity by training people from historically marginalized and underrepresented populations.
Post-AcuteCMS Revised Guidance Offers Nursing Homes Flexibility in Nurse Aide Training
Waivers will be issued at statewide, countywide, and individual facility levels.
Post-AcuteHome Health Nurse Training Prepares Nurses for Autonomy of Role
The training and orientation period varies in length, depending on experience and skill set.
NursingFellowship Winner Bailey Ferris Plans to Center Research on Improving Quality of Care for Trans, Nonbinary Patients
For a provider unfamiliar with the transgender/nonbinary community, having conversations with patients can be difficult, Ferris acknowledges.
InnovationMedical Students to Use VR to Address Social Determinants of Health
Boise State University and the University of Utah are collaborating on a new program that will use virtual reality to...
Post-Acute$6M Invested to Increase the Number of Certified Nursing Assistants for Wisconsin Nursing Homes
The investment into WisCaregiver Careers is expected to add 3,000 CNAs to the state?s workforce.
NursingBurn Nursing Specialty Certification Will Encourage 'Best Patient Outcomes'
The burn specialty will be BCEN's sixth specialty nursing certification program.