Jennifer Thew, RN, is the senior nursing editor at HealthLeaders.
When leadership supports frontline nurses in asking questions, positive changes to patient care can happen, and nursing staff start to see nursing as a profession, not a job.
Nurse executives discuss some of the nursing profession's biggest challenges. Here's a roundup of those important topics.
Recognizing experienced nurse retirements were inevitable, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance took a proactive approach to building specialty skills and knowledge among new graduates.
While some nursing workforce projections predict a balance of nurse supply and demand, nurse leaders still report challenges finding RNs to fill open positions.
Nurse executives discuss how they've successfully tackled challenges in the healthcare industry, and what they've learned along the way.
A study found that a lack of interpersonal connection with patients left millennial nurses feeling unfulfilled in their careers.
If nurse leaders want staff to practice self-care, they must act as role models.
Nursing homes only met nurse staffing requirements less than 60% of the time, a new analysis finds.
A survey by AONL finds C-Suite members are more likely to be satisfied with their compensation than other nurse leaders.
What's the key to successfully recruiting and retaining nurses? Here's how one nurse leader made meaningful changes to attract and retain top-notch RNs.