Monthly Archives: July 2011

Inglis: West Texas story has sleaze, drama – sadly, it’s real

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchHere is another article by Toni Inglis about the Winkler County nurses and the whistleblower case that rocked the nation.  She is a wonderful writer and I love that I can share here another chapter of … Continue reading

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New Study Adds to Evidence—California’s RN-Patient Ratios Law Improves Nursing, Patient Care

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct Search Here is a press release from the nurse’s union, National Nurses United about the effect of California’s nurse-to-patient ratio has had on the number on nurses in California as well as the effect on patient … Continue reading

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Documentation, anyone?

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchHere is an email I received that I thought was interesting enough to post here.  I received it from the Nursing Center e-News.  Feel free to check them out and get yourself added to the email … Continue reading

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Rep. Schakowsky Introduces Bill to Improve Patient Care & Curtail Nurse Shortage

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchHere is an article from FierceHealthCare that I found about the government’s attempt to get nurses some protection and encourage nurses back into the profession.  On the one hand, I applaud the actual attempt to set … Continue reading

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Patient Classification Systems Address Nurse Staffing Balance

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchHere is an interesting article from Health Leaders Media that I found.  I have read this article several times, because I am impressed with the information it contains.  It is not often that you come across … Continue reading

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