NursingNurses Have a High Risk for Suicide
Results from a national study find that nurses are at a higher risk for suicide than the general population.
Clinical CareEmployers' Dream Of Controlling Health Costs Turns To Workers' Sleep
Sleep is the latest in an ever-growing list of wellness issues that firms are targeting to improve workers' health and...
NursingTop 5 Nurse Leadership Issues for 2020
Where should nurse leaders direct their focus this year? One CNO shares her thoughts.
Clinical CareWhy Hospitals Are Getting Into The Housing Business
Hospitals cannot discharge patients if they have no safe place to go, so patients who are homeless, frail, living alone,...
InnovationPilot to Reward Healthier Behavior With Lower Individual Market Premiums
The administration is implementing a provision of the ACA to allow 'health-contingent' wellness programs in the individual market.
StrategyTransgender Discrimination Lawsuit Against Dignity Health Reinstated
An appeals court ruled the Catholic-affiliated health system can be sued for allegedly discriminating against a patient on the basis...
Clinical CareOlder Adults With Low Incomes are Healthier in Affluent Communities
New research indicates that healthier areas of the country are healthier across all dimensions.
Nursing6 Ways Nurse Leaders Can Manage Stress
If nurse leaders want staff to practice self-care, they must act as role models.
NursingAssess Nurse Manager Resilience With This Tool
The components of the Resilience at Work tool help nurse managers identify how to build this important skill.
NursingAmericans Concerned About Healthcare Worker Burnout
Patients say they are concerned for their own safety when they notice healthcare workers experiencing burnout.
NursingThe State of the Emergency Nurse Workforce
The current demographics and future career plans of emergency nurses are highlighted in a new study.
NursingWHO Recognizes Burnout as 'Occupational Phenomenon'
A survey finds 63% of hospital nurses report burnout.