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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Here’s an article from the Austin American Statesman written by my fellow nurse, Toni Ingles at Seton Healthcare. I’ve posted her articles before about the Texas whistleblower nurses and the trial. This article is about the loss of Don Berwick. … Continue reading
Here’s an article that I found on CNN that I hope you will enjoy. Christmas is one time of the year when nurses have to sacrifice time with family to care for patients. It’s nice to see in print that … Continue reading
May you know peace and great joy this season. May you receive gifts of good cheer from all you meet. Merry Christmas!
Here’s an article from the El Paso Times that discusses the differing viewpoints of what is adequate and safe staffing. When you have sick patients that are totally at your mercy for safety, how can you skimp on the number … Continue reading
Here’s a round-up of the top 10 nursing stories this year that I found at HealthLeadersMedia.com. I only posted the first page here, so be sure to click over to see the remaining 2 pages. I reread all the stories … Continue reading
Here’s an article from the Los Angeles Times that I found very interesting. At first I read this thinking, “Great, a good article about nursing for a change.” Then I reread the article and had a change of heart. It … Continue reading
Nurses in this field coordinate care for patients receiving long-term therapy, providing for optimal timing in all aspects of treatment. For cancer patients, for example, they coordinate primary care visits, surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. A Nurse Case Manager usually specializes … Continue reading