BCEN's 2020 Distinguished CPEN Award winner discusses why certified nurses are suited to lead during a pandemic and how investment from hospital and nurse leadership can foster professional growth.
Surveyed nurse leaders who feel supported by their teams and organizations consider themselves more prepared for a future COVID-19 surge.
Nurses are experiencing and witnessing disruptive behaviors in the workplace and healthcare leaders should address them to improve staff engagement, morale, and retention.
BCEN's 2020 Distinguished CEN Award winner Jude Lark discusses how certified nurses have innovated during the pandemic and how hospital and nurse leaders can help them succeed.
Nurse leaders Joanne Disch and Mary Beth Kingston share insights about how to overcome challenges and continue to push nurse leadership forward as a valuable voice in the healthcare industry.
The president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners discusses challenges nurse practitioners face during the pandemic and advocates for modernized practice guidelines.
Charleen C. McNeill, PhD, MSN, RN, discusses key findings from a survey of nurses' emergency preparedness competence, the current state of emergency training, and what nurse leaders can do about it.
Ellen Fink-Samnick, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CCM, CRP, DBH(s), of EFS Supervision Strategies, LLC., discusses key vicarious trauma concepts, how to assess it in the workplace, and strategies and available resources to...
Betty Nelson discusses how the pandemic has changed nursing education, what changes may come, and how nursing educators are looking forward.