Carol Davis is the Nursing Editor at HealthLeaders, an HCPro brand.
19% of international nurses work in intensive care units (ICUs) or in critical care, compared to 15% of all U.S. nurses, new survey says.
85% of surveyed nurses strongly believe national licensure—allowing nurses to practice across state lines—would have benefited the country during the pandemic.
Nursing must look ahead because the workplace of yesterday will never return, thanks to the pandemic, CNOs say.
The health system's specially designed rapid response team has curtailed violence and created a safer workplace for its employees.
New policy brief issued by leading nurse organizations says disseminating incorrect information jeopardizes public health.
An engaged nursing staff increases safety, decreases mortality rates, and saves money.
Wages paid to traveling nurses during the pandemic have been 'vastly' inflated, lawmakers say.
The pandemic has fundamentally altered pediatric care delivery across the United States, new study says.
About 32,000 healthcare employees had threatened to strike beginning today over understaffing and wages.
Children's Minnesota CNO works with local nursing schools to help create a practice-ready workforce.