Nurses and Genetics and GenomicsA new series of webinars hosted by the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing dives into genetics and genomics, how genetics and genomics are changing the future of care as well as the present, and where nurses fit in.John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .
All households with children of school aged to get rapid COVID-19 tests per person per weekWhole families and households with primary school, secondary school and college age children, including childcare and support bubbles, will be able to test themselves twice every week from home as schools return from 8 March.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Nurse Keith's COVID-19 Update #21On this special bonus COVID-19 update, Nurse Keith discusses reaching the grim milestone of half a million Americans dead from COVID-19, approaching one year of the coronavirus pandemic, pandemic fatigue, and other reflections on the state of the world as we close the chapter on February, 2021.The Nurse Keith Show Shared .
CON EP 38: Does Governor Cuomo Deserve a EmmyIn this episode, we will be talking about the Cuomo controversy and a few other public figures who lied to congress, and some covid-19 updates.Cup Of Nurses Shared .
New UK Government COVID testing site opens in Granton, EdinburghUK Government opens 33rd walk-through coronavirus testing centre in Scotland, at Ainslie Park Leisure Centre Car Park in Granton, Edinburgh.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
UK charities join together to boost vaccine driveSixteen frontline charities have formed a new partnership to encourage those with long-term health conditions and their carers to get the COVID-19 vaccine.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Life as a Black Nurse: Adwoa Blankson-Wood Tells Her StoryAdwoa Blankson-Wood is speaking up in terms of what it's like to be a black nurse.Scrubs Shared .
Shawn Morris, CEO at Privia HealthThe go-to site for healthcare executive / provider interviews, technology updates, and industry news.Slice of Healthcare Shared .
Unions demand nurse pay rise without delay ahead of budgetUnions are calling for a substantial pay rise for nurses as reports suggest the chancellor will not address health worker salaries in his budget next week.Nursing Times Shared .
"Skipper" the Puppy, Born with 6 Legs, Being Hailed as a "Miracle"As we continue to drudge through the coronavirus pandemic, it's important to remember that science isn't all gloom and doom.Scrubs Shared .
National workforce nursing leader honoured by universityThe chief nurse of Health Education England has been awarded an honorary degree for his âinspirationalâ nursing leadership including during the coronavirus pandemic.Nursing Times Shared .
Joy, Relief, Reverence: Positive Side Effects of a First COVID-19 VaccinationA family's long year, brushed by COVID-19. Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash On February 23, 2020, three days before a flight to Israel to speak at a nursing conference, I received a message from the host that the ministry of health had issued a restriction to.AJN Off the Charts Shared .
Covid vaccine priority to continue by age in phase two rolloutPhase two of the Covid vaccination programme will not prioritise key workers but continue in age order, starting with those aged 40-49.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Nursing in Practice survey on GPN terms and conditions closes todayPractice nurses today have their last chance to take part in a brief Nursing in Practice survey on their experience of terms and conditions during the Covid-19 crisis.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Ministers cut restrictions on overseas nurse recruitment to ‘help meet target'The UK will now be able to recruit health and social care staff from more than 100 additional countries than before, after the government updated its code of practice for international recruitment.Nursing Times Shared .
EP 100: From The Heart and Dealing With Drama in The WorkplaceIn this episode, we would like to thank everyone for listening, this is our 100th episode and it's been an amazing experience being your hosts.Cup Of Nurses Shared .
Birmingham City set to launch new ‘blended learning' nursing degreeBirmingham City University has become the latest nursing educator to launch a new degree aimed at widening opportunities for people entering the profession, through more online learning.Nursing Times Shared .
26,219 Complaints in Two Years: New York State Nurses Association Sounds the AlarmItâs been a painful year for nurses all over the country, but the New York State Nurses Association is painting a picture of just how difficult the last two years have been for providers up and down the state.Scrubs Shared .
Recap a Needle Using the One-Hand Scoop Technique Nursing SkillNext, depending on your facility's protocol, you can use the non-dominant hand to snap the cap onto the device near the bottom of the cap.Registered Nurse RN Shared .
All About Nursing Michelle Karlin, DNP, RNThis week we will have Michelle Karlin, DNP, RNCOVID 19 Experiences: Different Perspectives.All About Nursing Shared .
Here's What We Know About the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine500,000 dead. That's a tough number to swallow, and we're still not done with the COVID-19 pandemic.Scrubs Shared .
March 2021 HighlightsEditor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and senior clinical editor Christine Moffa present the highlights of the March issue of AJN, including articles such as "A Nurse's Guide to COVID-19," "A Call to the CMS: Mandate Adequate Professional Nurse Staffing in Nursing Homes," "QSEN in an Amazon World," "Missing the Care in Health Care," "Monitoring...The American Journal of Nursing Shared .
Union says aunexpecteda pay rise for Scottish NHS nurses anot enougha AThe RCN has argued that larger, immediate pay rises were needed after the Scottish Government announced a small âinterimâ wage increase for NHS staff yesterday.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Nursing Students: You Are Not AloneFREE Nursing School Cheat Sheets at: is so easy to feel alone in nursing school.NRSNG Shared .
The Center for Cardiovascular and Chronic Care Launches New Health Care Outlook Video SeriesCardiovascular disease experts in the Center for Cardiovascular and Chronic Care have added 13 new videos to the Health Care Outlook YouTube video series exploring their research, reflecting on earning PhD at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, discussing the impact on chronic disease on vulnerable populations, and more.John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .
Caring for patients before, during and after ECT: Episode 142Electroconvulsive therapy can be a highly effective treatment for depression and bipolar disorder, though it is shrouded in suspicion as one of the most stigmatized therapies currently in use.Straight a Nursing Student Shared .
Washing uniforms at home 'risks spreading Covid-19 to other surfaces'Scientists have reinforced their recommendation that all health worker uniforms should be washed in hospitals or at an industrial laundry, after latest research showed coronavirus could survive on fabrics commonly used in healthcare and spread to other surfaces for up to 72 hours.Nursing Times Shared .
UK to strengthen its ethical approach to the international recruitment of health and care workersUK aligns with World Health Organization's advice on ethical recruitment to promote effective, fair and sustainable international recruitment practices.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
New UK Government Covid testing site opens in EdinburghThe UK Government has today announced the opening of a new walk-through coronavirus testing centre in Niddrie, Edinburgh.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Good Nurse Betty Bad Nurse Chris GerigTrigger warning*** This show contains elements of sexual abuse. This week Tina and Q bring you the unbelievably disturbing story of a nurse who used his position as a licensed professional to gain the trust of a young woman who was vulnerable and seeking counseling.Good Nurse Bad Nurse Shared .
Nurse 'proud to be first in world' to insert prostate implantA nurse in Middlesbrough is believed to have become the first in the world to be trained to insert a revolutionary implant, which helps to reduce the side effects of radiotherapy in prostate cancer patients by up to 70%.Nursing Times Shared .
ICN president apleased to endorsea Nursing Times wellbeing campaign AInfluential global nursing body the International Council of Nurses has become the latest organisation to support the Nursing Times Covid-19: Are you OK?Nursing Times Shared .
Text-a-nurse service launched for young people in Northern IrelandSchool nurses in Northern Ireland will now be accessible through a new messaging service that aims to provide children and young people with a âsafe wayâ to reach out for advice and support.Nursing Times Shared .
Ban lifted to allow UK blood plasma to be used for life-saving treatementsGovernment removes ban on UK-sourced blood plasma for the manufacture of immunoglobulins.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
How to listen to podcastsFollow this step-by-step guide to listen to podcasts, which is a fantastic way to supplement your learning in nursing school.Straight a Nursing Student Shared .
The Philippines Seeks to Trade Nurses for Doses of the COVID-19 VaccineThe Philippines needs doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, so much so that the country has just offered to send thousands of healthcare workers, mostly nurses, overseas to work in Britain and Germany in exchange for doses of the drug.Scrubs Shared .
Dr. Andrew Le, CEO and Co-Founder at Buoy HealthThe go-to site for healthcare executive / provider interviews, technology updates, and industry news.Slice of Healthcare Shared .
Some Governors Favor Political Donors When Distributing the COVID-19 VaccineAdministering the COVID-19 vaccine is big business for companies all over the country. From pharmacies and grocery stores to new healthcare startups, securing a few thousand, if not millions, of doses of the drug via government contracts can help put these companies on the map.Scrubs Shared .
Jember Teferra obituaryOther lives: Healthcare specialist who sought to tackle the effects of poverty in her Ethiopian homeland.The Guardian Shared .
More people with learning disabilities to receive Covid-19 vaccine priorityA new system for identifying people with learning disabilities who should be prioritised for a Covid-19 vaccine is being implemented in England following concerns about some vulnerable people being missed.Nursing Times Shared .
Surge testing to be deployed in targeted areas in Buckinghamshire and LambethFurther targeted areas will have additional testing made available to control and suppress the potential spread of a coronavirus variant.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
"Tangled" Study is Overcoming Mistrust of Research Among Black Women to Reform Our Approach to Systemic Intimate Partner ViolenceDr. Kamila Alexander's "TANGLED" Research Study enables young, black women to reflect on experiences of intimate partner violence.John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .
Scotland announces 'interim' 1% pay rise for NHS nursesNurses in the Scottish NHS will be given an "interim" wage boost to make up for the delay to the official 2021-22 pay negotiations.Nursing Times Shared .
Be That NurseFREE Nursing School Cheat Sheets at: a nurse is a long and hard journey. This video is from a keynote I gave in 2019 where I share a short story about the importance of remembering that we are a body of nurses - each representing each other.NRSNG Shared .
People with learning disability to be prioritised for Covid-19 vaccine AGeneral practices should invite all patients on the learning disability register to receive the Covid vaccine as part of priority group six.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Home HPV swab kits to be piloted to increase cervical screening uptakeHome self-sampling is being piloted in some areas of London in the hope it will boost take up of cervical screening, NHS England has said.Nursing in Practice Shared .
NHS staff under pressure given access to amental health hubsa ANHS England is launching mental health hubs to help staff who have 'pushed their last minds and body to the limitâ during the Covid-19 pandemic.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Covid-19: Trust chief nurse warns 'we are not out of the woods yet'The chief nurse of a trust in North East England has urged the public to continue to follow coronavirus guidelines, warning âwe are not out of the woods yetâ.Nursing Times Shared .
Rising house prices and pay limitations 'driving up nurse turnover'Rapidly rising costs of living in certain areas in England are hampering nurse retention efforts in hospitals, the Institute for Fiscal Studies has warned.Nursing Times Shared .
Real Talk with Nurse Papa, David MetzgerIn this episode, Adrianne welcomes David Metzger, pediatric oncology nurse, podcaster, author, and father. He is gracious enough to open up about all of these roles, how they all blend together, and how he is using them to entertain and teach us.Nursing Uncensored Shared .
AUnlawful and Unconscionablea New Report Details What Happened to Elijah McClainItâs been nearly a year and a half since the death of Elijah McClain. The 23-year-old massage therapist died in August 2019 after a violent encounter with the police in Aurora, Colorado.Scrubs Shared .
Nurse and midwife volunteers needed for new peer support helplineA charity is searching for registered nurse and midwife volunteers who can help it launch a new âlistening serviceâ for colleagues in need of peer support.Nursing Times Shared .
Hiding Out in Cancun: What TX Nurses Are Saying About Ted CruzThereâs a new scandal taking the media by storm. Texas senator Ted Cruz caused an uproar late last week when he was seen flying to Cancun, Mexico with his family as millions of Texans were left without heat and power in the middle of a snowstorm.Scrubs Shared .
The language we use is importantAs students or qualified nurses, we are human, but there are times we need to be extra vigilant about the language we use.Student Blogs Nursing Times Shared .
2020: 200th Birth Year of Florence Nightingale. 100th Year of Women's Right to Vote. COVID-19.Last year was a challenge unlike any other, drawing on every single person to adjust the way they work, the way they live, and the way they care for their health.Scrubs Shared .
Nurse writes book to help children recognise and deal with anxietyThe coronavirus pandemic has inspired a mental health nurse from the Isle of Man to write a book to help children cope with anxiety.Nursing Times Shared .
The basics of electroconvulsive therapyLearn the basics of ECT, why and how it is used and nursing interventions for patients undergoing this therapy.Straight a Nursing Student Shared .
Dr June Raine appointed as CEO of MHRADr June Raine has been appointed as the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency's new Chief Executive, having been the interim CEO since 2019.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
7 Best Brooks Nursing ShoesThe profession of nursing is a mentally and physically demanding job. Let's look at the top Brooks nursing shoes to keep your feet happy.The Nerdy Nurse Shared .
Preparing for a Correctional Nurse Position Interview: Part IIIPreparing for an interview for a correctional nursing position includes developing honest and thoughtful answers to potential interview questions.Correctional Nurse Shared .
Study to dive into stories of nurses and midwives accused of witchcraftResearchers are to investigate the folk-healer nurses and midwives in early modern Scotland who were accused of â and often executed for â the crime of witchcraft.Nursing Times Shared .
Scottish nurses angry over Covid vaccination paymentsPractice nurses in Scotland are furious other healthcare professionals brought in to deliver Covid-19 vaccinations â who they often train - are paid significantly more than them.Nursing in Practice Shared .
What's it Like to be a New NurseYou are at once, thrown into an unfamiliar situation, forced to test your recall of almost all the knowledge you learned in your collective years of nursing school, and on top of that, you run the chance of maybe not even having a team that works to your strengths.Nurse Eye Roll Shared .
Indoor visiting to resume in care homes across England and ScotlandChanges are being made to visiting restrictions in care homes across England and Scotland to allow some level of indoor visiting from next month, it has been confirmed.Nursing Times Shared .
All adults to be offered Covid vaccine by end of July AThe Government is now aiming for all adults in the UK to have been offered their first Covid vaccine by the end of July and wants 'the rollout go further'.Nursing in Practice Shared .
RCN urges Boris Johnson to step into PPE debate AAlmost 20 healthcare bodies including the RCN have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling for stronger PPE guidance amid emerging scientific evidence around the transmission of Covid-19.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Dr. Haneen Abu-Remaileh, Founder of LocumunityOur guest: Dr. Haneen Abu-Remaileh, Founder of Locumunity "Locumunity was an innovative marketplace for the staffing of doctors and other licensed medical ; The company recently and be sure to follow BlocHealth on social media - @blochealth To learn more about Dr. Haneen Abu-Remaileh please use the links below: - - - Also, be sure to follow...Slice of Healthcare Shared .
Gay Men Who've Recovered from COVID-19 Face Challenges When Donating PlasmaThroughout the pandemic, health officials have been urging individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 to donate their blood plasma, which can be used to treat patients suffering from the disease....Scrubs Shared .
Penalized for Patient Complications: 774 Hospitals Set to Lose Medicare FundingSome of the country's biggest hospitals and medical centers will lose Medicare funding due to high rates of infection and preventable patient complications, according to the federal government.Scrubs Shared .
RCN calls for return of pre-pandemic nurse ratios and funded staff rest timeStaffing must return to pre-pandemic levels when the UK moves out of lockdown, the Royal College of Nursing has demanded.Nursing Times Shared .
Is Your Nursing Career on Autopilot?Nurses, do you ever feel that your nursing career is on autopilot? Are you coasting, resting on your laurels, or otherwise sitting in the ba...Digital Doorway Shared .
Mass testing for secondary pupils as all schools and colleges fully reopen from 8 MarchWe'd like to set additional cookies to understand how you use GOV.UK, remember your settings and improve government services.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Selfless newly qualified nurse dies from Covid-19 before starting jobA newly qualified mental health nurse who was looking forward to starting the job of his âdreamsâ has died from Covid-19 before being able to start in post.Nursing Times Shared .
New wellbeing hubs to proactively reach out to 'at-risk' NHS staffWellbeing support hubs will be contacting the NHS staff at greatest risk of suffering mental health problems as a result of working during the pandemic.Nursing Times Shared .
AMore clarity needed on care home visitsa AA care home boss has called for more details on residents being allowed to have one regular indoor visitor from 8 March as part of the easing of lockdown in England.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Surge testing to be deployed in New Addington, CroydonWorking in partnership with the local authority, additional testing and genomic sequencing is being deployed to targeted areas within the CR0 postcode in New Addington, Croydon.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Do You Believe in Magic? with Dr. Raven BradleyThis week on the WoMed, we have our first chiropractor, Dr. Raven Bradley! She talks about the incredible moment that made her want to become a chiropractor, what the schooling is like, her favorite and least favorite part of the job, and advice for others looking to join the field.The WoMed Shared .
'It feels like there's no end in sight': NHS staff on battling through exhaustionSix healthcare workers speak about the enduring impact of the Covid crisis, even as rates decline.The Guardian Shared .
Revisioning The Image of NursingPost COVID, Nurses must recreate ourselves! We have more, or less, accepted the roles others and Media have portrayed us as.Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse Shared .
NHS sets up mental health hubs for staff traumatised by CovidForty hubs in England will field calls from frontline staff and contact those at higher risk directly.The Guardian Shared .
Fantastic beasts, but where to find them?Brief letters: Neanderthals - Royal family - Unicorn shortage - Grace Dent - Crosswords.The Guardian Shared .
Surge testing to be deployed in an area of BrentwoodAdditional testing and genomic sequencing is being deployed to the CM13 postcode in Brentwood, Essex.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
CON EP 37: 4x4x48, Refined Grains and Negative Side Effects of Soybean OilsIn this episode, we will be talking about our 4x4x48 journey, the David Goggins-inspired run.Cup Of Nurses Shared .
'I feel privileged': the people helping to give vaccine jabs in the UKWith 17 million people in the UK now vaccinated, three volunteers speak about their part in the programme.The Guardian Shared .
Care home residents to be allowed one visitor as part of cautious easing of lockdownEvery resident will be allowed one regular indoor visitor from 8 March.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Bruno Van Tuykom, Co-founder and CEO at Twentyeight HealthThe go-to site for healthcare executive / provider interviews, technology updates, and industry news.Slice of Healthcare Shared .
How To Set Nursing Goals And Achieve Them!It is so important to set goals so you have something to always be working towards!Ashley Adkins, RN Shared .
EP 99: Being a Nurse During CN-19In this episode, we would like to talk about what it is like nursing during the era of COVID-19.Cup Of Nurses Shared .
"A Love Letter to the Black Community" From the America's Black Doctors and NursesA group of the leading black healthcare organizations in the country is coming together to support the black community during this difficult time.Scrubs Shared .
Nursing organisations call on PM to provide ‘higher grade' PPENurse leaders, academics and other healthcare groups have written to the prime minister calling on him to act on "inadequate" protection against Covid-19.Nursing Times Shared .
On The Pulse: Men In NursingIn On The Pulse: Men In Nursing, moderators Dean Patricia Davidson and student Alex Nava talk with panelists about increasing the number of men in nursing.John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .
Patients given Moderna jab must be observed for aat leasta 15 minutes APatients given the Moderna Covid vaccine will have to be observed for 15 minutes following the jab, according to new guidance.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Covid-19: Nursing students can now learn through simulationThe NMC has said that nursing students can learn in simulated environments where conventional clinical practice is not possible during the Covid-19 pandemic.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Children's hospital targets Philippines for nurse recruitment for first timeGreat Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust has welcomed its first group of nurses from the Philippines, as part of its first recruitment drive in the country.Nursing Times Shared .
Play to ‘keep alive' memories of pioneering nurses from CaribbeanA group of retired nurses who arrived in the UK from the Caribbean during the 1950s, 60s and 70s, are to act out their experiences in a play next month.Nursing Times Shared .
UK health workers at risk from airborne transmission of Covid, PM toldUK guidance on personal protective equipment is "inadequate" and continues to put healthcare workers' lives at risk from airborne transmission of Covid-19 and in the face of new variants, health organisations have warned.The Guardian Shared .
Street Medicine and Mercy in ActionOn episode 310 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Joy Fernandez de Narayan, DNP, FNP-C of Mercy Care, a federally qualified health center and Atlanta's only healthcare for the homeless program.The Nurse Keith Show Shared .
AOEN Episode 74: Learning from history, with AmieIn this episode of AOEN, Kevin talks with Amie Porcelli, BSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, a nurse who is not only a history buff but one always looking to the future.Art of Emergency Nursing Shared .
What We Need to Know About Heart Failure, and WhyThe Cardiometabolic Health Interest Group talks about heart failure, because 1 in 5 people are at risk worldwide.John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .
New campaign to support vaccine roll-out backed by social media companies and British institutionsSocial media platforms and celebrities team up with government and NHS to launch new graphics to show support for vaccine roll-out.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Houston Doctor Fired for Allegedly Stealing Doses of the COVID-19 VaccineDr. Hasan Gokal says he faced an impossible situation in late December when 10 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine started to expire.Scrubs Shared .
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the National Black Nurses AssociationFor the last 50 years, the National Black Nurses Association has been advocating for the rights of black nurses and healthcare providers all over the country.Scrubs Shared .
Surge testing to be deployed in areas around LeedsA further targeted area will have additional testing made available to control and suppress the potential spread of a COVID-19 variant.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Fifth of patients with Covid-19 and diabetes ‘die within 28 days of admission'Latest data on Covid-19 patients with diabetes indicate that one in five die within 28 days of hospital admission, according to researchers from France.Nursing Times Shared .
Surge in applications to study nursing but amore needed' AThe number of applications to study undergraduate nursing across the UK is up by almost a third amid the Covid-19 pandemic, official figures show.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Covid-19: NMC to offer placement ‘flexibility' by replacing some with simulationAll student nurses studying at an approved education institute will be able to replace some clinical practice hours with simulation activity, amid ongoing constraints caused by the coronavirus pandemic.Nursing Times Shared .
Elevation and Depression Anatomy Body Movement TermsIn anatomy, elevation refers to the upward, or superior movement of a body structure. Depression refers to the downward, or inferior, movement of a body structure.Registered Nurse RN Shared .
Waiting lists set to aballoona after 6m fewer referrals in 2020, warns think tankWaiting lists for treatment could âballoonâ in the next few months, a think tank has warned.Nursing in Practice Shared .
The Clog Kick: In Trying Times, Adapting to the Loss of a Palliative Care Team's Essential RitualsAccording to nationally accepted consensus reports, since palliative care is holistic in nature, it must be administered by a team that can address the multidimensional elements of suffering for both patients and families in the setting of serious or life-limiting illness.AJN Off the Charts Shared .
Six things you might worry about with clinicals: Episode 141Even though most nursing students LOVE clinical, there's still often a lot of worry and uncertainty surrounding the experience.Straight A Nursing Shared .
COVID-19 home testing kits now easier to orderThe government has introduced a number of new accessibility improvements to the home testing programme to make it even easier to get tested.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Innovative trust leadership programme cements links from ‘floor to board'A programme to connect "floor to board" is proving a win win for everyone involved, according to senior leaders at an east London NHS Trust.Nursing Times Shared .
18.5 million to tackle long COVID through researchPeople experiencing the longer-term effects of long COVID to benefit from research projects to help better understand the causes, symptoms and treatment.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Nearest testing site now on average under 2 miles awayThe median distance travelled for a PCR test is just 1.9 miles, a record for the service, while 86.9% of cases, and 93.6% of their contacts, are reached this reporting week.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Nursing courses see 32% rise in applications during Covid-19Applications to nursing courses in the UK have risen by almost a third this year, with more than 60,000 people expressing an interest in joining the workforce.Nursing Times Shared .
Practices to prioritise extra 800,000 shielding patientsAnother 1.7 million patients will be added to the shielding patient list as the Government has cleared the QCovid risk algorithm for use in England, with practices asked to prioritise 820,000 of these for Covid vaccination.Nursing in Practice Shared .
February interim findings from COVID-19 REACT-1 study publishedReport findings show infections in England have fallen significantly since the last report in January.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Nursing applications in England up by over a third to 48,830UCAS has received 48,830 applications to nursing courses in England, up from 35,960 at the same point last year.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Demand for UK nursing degrees rises by a third in pandemicNursing leaders say increase still insufficient to fill tens of thousands of NHS vacancies.The Guardian Shared .
COVID Updates for Travel Nurses: February 17, 2020Here's what's new with COVID-19, the vaccine and how travel nurses can expect to be affected.Travel Nursing Blog Shared .
Extreme Winter Weather Causes Havoc Up and Down the U.S.A brutal winter storm continues to dominate much of the U.S. from New England to Texas, leaving millions of people without power in Texas, Kentucky, and Louisiana.Scrubs Shared .
Sam Holliday, CEO at Oshi HealthThe go-to site for healthcare executive / provider interviews, technology updates, and industry news.Slice of Healthcare Shared .
Update* Covid-19 Icu NurseI wanted to update on how COVID-19 is going in my area, as well as share a.Ashley Adkins, RN Shared .
Peer support network helped redeployed children's nurses 'debrief' in first waveA paediatric nurse at a major hospital in London has spoken about a project she led during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic to ensure colleagues who were redeployed were still able to access vital peer support.Nursing Times Shared .
TEAL Respirator in Development as Reusable, Sterilizable N95 PPECould the New TEAL Respirator be the Boon We Need to End the PPE Crisis?Scrubs Shared .
Looking Back on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment and the Damaged It CausedBlack providers have been looking to the past as we confront the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis.Scrubs Shared .
New global bank of nurse experts launched as resource for policymakersA first-of-its-kind global registry of senior nurses is being created to address the growing demand for nursing expertise worldwide and to âamplify the voiceâ of nursing in policymaking.Nursing Times Shared .
As a student I see the positives and negatives of social mediaWith social mediaâs influence on the rise, it is easy for us to get swept up into virtual debates, networking and joining various groups for support and social interaction.Student Blogs Nursing Times Shared .
On The Pulse: The Impact of COVID-19 on NursingIn this edition of On The Pulse: Facebook Live, experts discuss COVID-19's impact on the nursing profession.John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .
4 Tips to Build Everyday Civility with PhysiciansHow to erode uncivil behaviors, build new behaviors of professionalism and respect, and sustain everyday civility with physicians.Healthy Workforce Institute Shared .
Good COVID Vaccine Doctor Bad Salem Witch Trials DoctorThis week Tina is once again joined by David Metzger, the creator and host of the podcast Nurse Papa.Good Nurse Bad Nurse Shared .
How to Build a Healthcare WebsiteIn today's society telehealth visits has increased by nearly 154 % and having a website for your healthcare practice is more important than ever before.Confident Voices Shared .
Nirav Shah, MD, CEO and Founder at Alertive HealthcareThe go-to site for healthcare executive / provider interviews, technology updates, and industry news.Slice of Healthcare Shared .
No More Quarantine? Colorado Health Workers Allowed to Keep Working with COVID-19Colorado healthcare workers no longer have to worry about going into quarantine if they contract COVID-19.Scrubs Shared .
Decreasing ED-Acquired Pressure Injuries Decreasing ED-Acquired Pressure InjuriesPerfect candidates for developing pressure injuries. The photos of EDs crowded with patients waiting for admission at the height of the COVID-19 surges brought back many memories of clinical days in Bellevueâs ED.AJN Off the Charts Shared .
Surge testing to be deployed in areas around Manchester, Norfolk, Southampton and SurreyFurther targeted areas will have additional testing made available to control and suppress the spread of a COVID-19 variant.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
New from Code WACK, Radio Bilingue's Hugo MoralesPodcast by Nurse Talk.Nurse Talk Shared .
The Guardian view on disability and Covid: shine a lightEditorial: Families are worried that people with learning disabilities have not been prioritised. Who can blame them?The Guardian Shared .
Mary Eliza Mahoney, America's First Black NurseIt all started with the fight for equality for African Americans. Mary Eliza Mahoney was born to a family of freed slaves in the late 1840s.Scrubs Shared .
The Natural Nurse And Dr. ZExpert Dr. Matthew Jay Budoff, MD, FACC, FAHA, professor of medicine at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the endowed chair of preventive cardiology at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.The Natural Nurse and Dr Z Shared .
Exploring Stress in Medicine with Nina Ahuja, MDIn this episode, Adrianne welcomes Dr. Nina Ahuja, surgeon, author, advocate, and creator of the group Docs in Leadership, to explore topics in her book Stress in Medicine.Nursing Uncensored Shared .
The Growing Role of Chief Diversity OfficerLeaders want to address racial health disparities and improve patient care. So they have decided to establish a Chief Diversity Officer role.Diversity Nursing Shared .
Call for nurses to join Covid-19 vaccine side effects studyNurses and other health professionals from the UK are being encouraged to take part in a safety study of the Oxford / AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in order to tackle possible side effects.Nursing Times Shared .
City emergency department 'four or five nurses short every shift', finds CQCA hospital trust has been ordered to improve staffing arrangements at its emergency department in Norwich and ensure that nurse shortages do not cause delays in triage, following concerns raised over patient safety.Nursing Times Shared .
Jersey to launch first on-island mental health nursing degreeA mental health nursing degree programme is to be offered entirely on Jersey for the first time, it has been announced.Nursing Times Shared .
New technology to help identify those at high risk from COVID-19New technology has been introduced in England to help clinicians identify, for the first time, a new group of people who may be at high risk from COVID-19.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Bonus Episode: Want To Become A Crna?In this special bonus episode we're exploring what it's like to pursue a career as a CRNA.Straight a Nursing Student Shared .
Tips for Studying in Nursing SchoolNursing schools are notoriously tough. Looking to make nursing school easier? Here are four tips for studying in nursing school from an RN to help.Nurse Eye Roll Shared .
Car Seat Safety Teaching: Nursing Care and Discharge Pediatric Maternity Nurse NCLEX ReviewCar seat safety is an important topic for both nurses and parents. As a pediatric or maternity nurse, you'll want to know car seat safety when educating parents for discharge.Registered Nurse RN Shared .
Third of social care staff not vaccinated against Covid-19, says Matt HancockHealth and social care secretary Matt Hancock has admitted that a third of social care staff and four-fifths of NHS staff have still not been vaccinated against Covid-19.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Psych Nurse Job OverviewIf you want to learn more about how to become a psych nurse - including what the salary is and how to find jobs - this guide is for you.The Nerdy Nurse Shared .
Gallery: Paramedic's photographs show nursing over four decadesThe changing image but enduring values of nursing over the last four decades have been captured by an NHS with a penchant for.Nursing Times Shared .
Are We Ready for the Gentle Marketing and Business Revolution?On this special bonus episode of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews his dear friend and colleague, Sarah Santacroce, regarding her new book, "The Gentle Marketing Revolution".The Nurse Keith Show Shared .
Your Nursing Career Report CardRemember the days when you'd run home with your report card to show your parents how you did in school?Digital Doorway Shared .
Nurse Breaks Free of 100-Car Pile-Up to Show Up for WorkAs ice and freezing rain blew into the state of Texas, cars and trucks skittered on the road, leading to one of the deadliest and worst automobile accidents in modern history.Scrubs Shared .
Covid-19 vaccines: Nurse volunteer draws on 40-year career to support programmeAs the UK reaches its latest milestone in the Covid-19 vaccination scheme, a nurse academic who has stepped up to support the programme has reflected on her experiences and being a part of a "moment in history".Nursing Times Shared .
Nurses praised as Covid-19 jab programme reaches top four groupsNurses have been commended for the âenormous roleâ they have played in helping the UK hit a milestone of offering Covid-19 vaccines to everyone in the top four priority groups.Nursing Times Shared .
Horror Stories from Mental Health rotations in nursing school and some rewarding insightsA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
How the "Father of Gynecology" Experimented on Enslaved WomenJames Marion Sims is known as the "Father of Modern Gynecology", but he didn't get that title by practicing medicine, at least in the way we understand it today.Scrubs Shared .
We need to be able to support each otherAs a mental health nursing student, I often hear about my colleagues, who are fighting battles of their own.Student Blogs Nursing Times Shared .
Practices help hit Covid vaccination target APractices helped the UK hit its target of 15 million Covid-19 vaccinations a day early and are told to ID learning disability patients.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Nurses 'can help improve outcomes' for out of hospital cardiac arrestsThe UK's poor record for out of hospital cardiac arrest cases could be improved if patient temperatures were better managed by nurses and other clinicians, according to a new report.Nursing Times Shared .
Speaking From the Heart with SLP Lauren Sharpe-PayneThis week, D is joined by medical speech-language pathologist Lauren Sharpe-Payne. She dives into why she became an SLP, the schooling required, and her favorite and least favorite parts of the job.The WoMed Shared .
Covid vaccine take-up lower among health workers, says HancockThe health secretary said 80% of NHS staff received jabs, compared with 90% of those in top four age groups.The Guardian Shared .
The Power of Words in a Mentally Healthy Workplace CultureOne of the MOST difficult and most HEALING things a human being can do is to speak about their own "secrets." Have we ALL grown up believing that we are the only ones who have them and that revealing these truths will destroy us?Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse Shared .
Prof. Louise Rose: "Weaning from mechanical ventilation"In this talk I will discuss current thinking in terms of the epidemiology of weaning and current definitions i.e.Continulus Critical Care Nursing Shared .
117-Year-Old French Nun, World's Second Oldest Person, Survives COVID-19Sister Andre, also known as Lucile Randon, is getting back to her old self after contracting the coronavirus.Scrubs Shared .
Kristina Saffran, Cofounder and CEO at Equip"Equip gives families lasting recovery from eating disorders through dedicated virtual care teams and gold-standard treatment delivered at home." On this episode, we discussed - Her background - How she got to where she is today?Slice of Healthcare Shared .
Dementia care nurse pens song for 'fallen' colleaguesA care home nurse in Shropshire has written a song and posted it online to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives on the Covid-19 frontline.Nursing Times Shared .
Counting the cost of NHS reorganisationsLetters: Joy Morgan says the government must put the needs of the workforce above misplaced, opportunistic and unproven ideology, while Prof Philip Graham addresses the neglected social determinants of health.The Guardian Shared .
Children's hospice seeks to double nurse workforce amid surging demandA childrenâs hospice that stepped up to alleviate pressures from the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic is seeking to more than double its nursing team as soon as possible to meet its âever growingâ demands.Nursing Times Shared .
Travel Nursing: The Most In-Demand Profession During the PandemicIf you are a clinician, chances are good that you have heard the two magical words "travel nurse".Scrubs Shared .
Are You Using a Fake 3M N95 Face Mask?Thereâs a new scandal rocking the healthcare industry. Officials have confirmed that counterfeit N95 face masks have started circulating within the U.S., and several healthcare facilities have handed them out to staff by mistake!Scrubs Shared .
'It shows what we're capable of': the NHS's vaccine triumphA huge effort has helped the UK provide 14m first doses of Covid vaccines in about two months.The Guardian Shared .
A&E nurse receives award after calling out racismAn emergency department nurse from Royal Derby Hospital has been recognised with an award from his trust for speaking up and showing that there is âno place for racismâ.Nursing Times Shared .
The Emergence of Sacred Space and Time in Hospice CareI knew he was close. His breathing had changed, but I also knew it could be hours.AJN Off the Charts Shared .
Tributes paid to nurses who have died in latest surge of Covid-19Several more nurses have reportedly died after testing positive with Covid-19 as the winter surge of the pandemic continues.Nursing Times Shared .
EP 98: CRNA Dr. Jason BoltIn this episode, we would like to introduce you to our guest Dr. Jason Bolt DNP and CRNA.Cup Of Nurses Shared .
A third of all Covid hospital admissions in January AAlmost a third of all hospital admissions for Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic took place last month, according to NHS England data.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Dr. Ernest Grant on Systemic Racism and Reaching Communities of Color About COVID-19 VaccinationOn episode 309 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Ernest Grant, the President of the American Nurses Association, regarding how to increase trust among communities of color regarding vaccination against COVID-19.The Nurse Keith Show Shared .
The History of Black Lives MatterWe've heard the phrases hundreds of times over the last few years: Black Lives Matter.Scrubs Shared .
CNO replaced as senior responsible officer in Southern Health inquiryThe chief nursing officer for England will no longer be the senior responsible officer for an investigation into patient deaths at a mental health trust in the South, it has been confirmed.Nursing Times Shared .
Government has amountain to climba to vaccinate social care staff by deadline AThere is a âmountain to climbâ to vaccinate all social care staff against Covid-19 by the deadline on Monday, with many yet to receive the jab.Nursing in Practice Shared .
It Was Like Nothing I've Experienced Before. Would I do it Again? Hell Yes.The 2nd dose of the Covid-19 vaccine has come with no airs and graces. Worldwide, there are reports of the 2nd dose executing extreme immune responses in some people, ranging from severe headaches and nausea to ringing in the ears and more.Scrubs Shared .
NHS reform plan promises clearer nurse staffing accountabilityThe government has pledged to provide âgreater clarityâ over who is accountable for ensuring England has enough nurses in place, as part of a major proposed shake-up of the health system.Nursing Times Shared .
CON EP 36: Covid-19 Case Perspective and Diabetic Foot UlcersIn this episode, we will be talking about Covid case perspectives, diabetic foot ulcer drug and the race to Mars between the USA, China, and United Arab Emirates.Cup Of Nurses Shared .
When little lungs have big problems: Episode 140If I had to name the top three things that make me nervous at the bedside, pediatric respiratory distress would be at the top of that list.Straight A Nursing Shared .
Wider range of symptoms linked with Covid-19, shows large studySymptoms including chills, loss of appetite, headache and muscle aches are âstrongly linkedâ with being infected with Covid-19, a study of over one million people has shown.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Daily coffee may reduce risk of heart failure, study suggests ADrinking one or more cups of caffeinated coffee each day may reduce long-term risk of heart failure, American research has found.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Increased Icp PathophysiologyA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Stroke Cva Hemorrhagic, Ischemic Nclex Rn And Lpn NursingA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Multiple Sclerosis Pathophysiology, Treatment, Nursing Care RN and LPN NCLEXA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Chronic Renal Failure Esrd L Nursing Nclex Rn And LpnA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Renal Failure, Chronic Kidney Disease l End Stage Renal Disease for Nursing Exams, NCLEX RN and LPNA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Tuberculosis Pathophysiology, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Nursing NCLEX RN and LPNA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Pneumonia symptoms, patho, nursing interventions for NCLEX RN and LPNA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Tracheostomy Care, Suctioning and Nursing Care for NCLEX RN and LPNA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Ventilator Alarms, Modes, Settings made simple for Nursing NCLEX, RN LPNA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
Stroke CVA Hemorrhagic and Ischemic Nursing care for NCLEX RN and LPNA message from Mike Linares, founder of Simplenursing Since 2012, I started to do mini lectures from my parents in home library, armed with a $30 white board from Walmart and a sock to erase the board.Simple Nursing Shared .
The Recently-Discovered Link Between Type 2 Diabetes and DementiaEven with Type 2 Diabetes, these behaviors can become habits and increase the your chances of living a life where you feel healthier and stronger than ever.Confident Voices Shared .
60 Black Healthcare Providers Are Urging Black Americans to Get VaccinatedMany black and low-income communities say they are hesitant to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as misinformation continues to spread online.Scrubs Shared .
All About Nursing Quality Care for Older AdultsThis week, my guests are Ellarene Duis Sanders PhD, RN, Executive Director, National Hartford Center for Gerontological Nursing ExcellenceandAlyce Ashcraft, PhD, RN, President of the National Hartford Center for Gerontological Nursing Excellence.All About Nursing Shared .
Jumpstart Your Career with Continuing Education Courses at ColibriBetween the COVID-19 crisis and managing your personal life, keeping up with your continuing education requirements can be tricky these days.Scrubs Shared .
Aqueous Humour Eye Circulation Flow Animation: Open-Angle vs Closed-Angle GlaucomaAqueous humour production and drainage is an important factor in the functioning of the eye.Registered Nurse RN Shared .
Mental health nurses demand end to delays to new patient restraint lawNew legislation that seeks to end the inappropriate use of physical force against mental health patients must be implemented without further delay, a leading nurse has warned.Nursing Times Shared .
New from Code WACK, battered by illness, medical bills in America's SouthWhat options are there for an uninsured performing artist facing financial destruction from medical bills?Nurse Talk Shared .
New from Code WACK, any port in America's healthcare storm?By Nurse Talk.Nurse Talk Shared .
Dr. Peter Antall, Chief Medical Officer at Amwell"Amwell is a leading telehealth platform in the United States and globally, connecting and enabling providers, insurers, patients, and innovators to deliver greater access to more affordable, higher quality care."Slice of Healthcare Shared .
Social care without aanywhere near enougha PPE early in pandemic AThe Governmentâs decision to prioritise hospitals early in the Covid-19 pandemic left social care providers âwithout anywhere near enoughâ PPE, a report has found.Nursing in Practice Shared .
AOur Hearts Are Brokena Buffalo, MN Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 4 InjuredAIt was just before 11 AM at Allina Health Urgent Care â Buffalo Crossroads clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota when authorities responded to an âactive shooter incident.â Police and SWAT teams quickly arrived on the scene and apprehended the suspect.Scrubs Shared .
Government urged to talk to nurses and face up to PPE 'errors'The government is oblivious to the true challenges faced by nursing staff in accessing personal protective equipment during the coronavirus.Nursing Times Shared .
The First InjectionA nursing professor, now administering Covid-19 vaccinations as a volunteer, looks back on her 40 years of giving injections.AJN Off the Charts Shared .
Palliative care nurse authors book about her career and Covid-19A palliative care nurse who has written a book about her nursing journey has told how putting her experiences onto paper helped her to offload and reflect on the challenges of work, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.Nursing Times Shared .
Preparing for a Correctional Nurse Position Interview: Part IIPreparing for an interview for a correctional nursing position includes developing honest and thoughtful answers to potential interview questions.Correctional Nurse Shared .
Wisdom 🦷 Teeth Extraction TipsDon't try to tough it out on the job, at school, or at the gym after wisdom teeth surgery.Nurse Mendoza Shared .
Advice from Black Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse PractitionersPsychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners Dr. Tamar Rodney and Dr. Patty Wilson talk about supporting nurses and providing care.John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .
Frontline Nurses Talk About Their Trip to the Super BowlASunday was a big day for sports fans. It was also a great day for a few lucky nurses who have been going above and beyond for their patients on the front line.Scrubs Shared .
How Mobile Apps Are Changing Healthcare6 ways that well-designed healthcare mobile apps help the patient and the doctor, and other medical staff and healthcare suppliers.Confident Voices Shared .
Hospitals Are Slowly Starting To Allow VisitorsMany health systems are focusing attention on the impact visitations and family communication has on reducing the suffering of patients and loved ones.Diversity Nursing Shared .
Black Maternal Health: Lawmakers Introduce New Bill to Combat DisparitiesBeing black and pregnant in the U.S. isnât always easy. According to theÂ National Partnership for Women and Families, black women are three to four times more likely to experience a pregnancy-related death than white women.Scrubs Shared .
Serious concern learning disability bed closure target will be missed againConcern has been raised that an already revised target for closing inpatient beds for people with learning disabilities in England will be missed once again.Nursing Times Shared .
Public urged to work in social care with staff aurgently neededa AThe Government has today urged the public to join the social care workforce, with additional staff âurgently neededâ to plug staffing gaps and offset absence rates surging because of Covid-19.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Signs That You May Have Had COVID-19Did I Have It and Not Know It? The COVID-19 virus may have been around longer than we originally thought.Scrubs Shared .
Agency and temp nurses aleft behinda in Covid-19 vaccination programme AAlmost half of agency nurses and a quarter of temporary nurses have yet to be given a Covid-19 vaccine, a survey has found, with the RCN urging the Government to intervene.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Nurse appeals to BAME communities to have Covid-19 jabA nurse who was seriously ill with coronavirus is "begging" people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to have their Covid-19.Nursing Times Shared .
Why pediatric respiratory distress is a really big dealIn this article we'll look at some of the common causes of and nursing interventions for pediatric respiratory distress.Straight a Nursing Student Shared .
One Nurse's COVID Vaccine ExperienceIn this solo episode, Adrianne shares her recent experience with getting her COVID-19 vaccination by reading her journal to you.Nursing Uncensored Shared .
Ortho Nurse Duties: What Does An Orthopedic Nurse Do?Learn all about the responsibilities and ortho nurse duties.Nurse Eye Roll Shared .
It is a new way of working for many of usOur learning styles are unique to us as individuals, and my learning style may be different or similar to each person I meet.Student Blogs Nursing Times Shared .
Field Study: What Nurse Practitioners DoNurse practitioners are becoming more common, so let's cover this growing field within nursing as well as what nurse practitioners do to see if it's right for you.The Nerdy Nurse Shared .
Nurses most at risk of distress during Covid-19, study finds ANurses and female healthcare workers are most at risk of experiencing psychological distress during the Covid-19 pandemic, major research has found.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Practices to get extra A£10 to vaccinate housebound patients AGeneral practices will get an extra Â£10 for every Covid vaccination delivered to a housebound patient in recognition of the extra staff time and complexity involved, NHS England has announced.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Public urged to consider work in adult social careThe public are being called upon to apply for short-term and long-term opportunities in the adult social care sector.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
NHS COVID-19 app alerts 1.7 million contacts to stop spread of COVID-19Over 1.7 million users have been asked to isolate as a result of a close contact since launch, helping to break chains of transmission.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Tens of thousands of UK nurses yet to receive first dose of Covid vaccineRoyal College of Nursing survey found 15% of those polled remained unvaccinated.The Guardian Shared .
Nurses outside NHS facing slower access to Covid-19 vaccine, warns RCNNurses working outside the NHS and in agency or temporary positions are being left behind in the UKâs vaccination programme, a new survey from the Royal College of Nursing has warned.Nursing Times Shared .
Andrew Smith, Chief Operations and Innovation Officer at Vituity"Vituity is dedicated to bringing joy to the practice of medicine. As a nationwide, multispecialty partnership of top physicians, advanced providers, and industry professionals, they serve over 6.5 million patients every year at hospitals, healthcare facilities, and at home." On this episode, we discussed - His background - How he got to where...Slice of Healthcare Shared .
AIt Hurts Everybodya Conspiracy Theory Doctor Relinquishes Medical LicenseThomas Cowan wonât be practicing medicine with a medical license anytime soon. Heâs known for spreading all kinds of unproven conspiracy theories on the internet and within the San Francisco community.Scrubs Shared .
Surge testing to be deployed in areas around Manchester in connection to new variantsFurther targeted areas will have additional testing made available to control and suppress the spread of COVID-19 variants.Department of Health & Social Care Shared .
Dr. James Hutchinson on Becoming One of CA's First Black DoctorsDr. James Hutchinson still remembers the day the local newspaper ran a story about him with the title, âNegro MD gets a permit.â Instead of getting mad, he jokes that it was free advertising for his practice.Scrubs Shared .
Nearly one in ten eligible care home residents not yet vaccinatedNearly a tenth of eligible older adult care home residents have not yet received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, the latest NHS England data have shown.Nursing in Practice Shared .
'Let's talk about inclusivity in healthcare'For my article this month, I want to talk about something I feel very strongly about.Student Blogs Nursing Times Shared .
Support migrant NHS and social care staffLetter: Workers from overseas have risked their lives during the pandemic and should be given indefinite leave to remain, writes Mictin Janardhanan Ponmala, urging people to sign his petition.The Guardian Shared .
The "Shoulds" and "Coulds" of Your Nursing CareerIn the world of nurses and nursing, it can feel like we are told what we "should" do with our careers much more often than what we "could" d...Digital Doorway Shared .
Investigation to explore impact of Covid-19 on newly qualified nursesA study is set to investigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the mental health of newly qualified nurses, following concerns that more than 25% are experiencing symptoms related to post traumatic stress disorder.Nursing Times Shared .
Who's Going to Smile at My Baby? When the Pandemic Comes to the NICUFrom the doorway, I watched the mother gently stroke her newbornâs forehead. âI love you, â she whispered.AJN Off the Charts Shared .
Protrusion, Retrusion, and Excursion Anatomy Body Movement TermsQuiz: refers to movement of a body part going forward, or anteriorly. This is most commonly used to describe the lips, tongue, or refers to movement of a body part going posteriorly, or backward, as it returns to its normal is a movement of mandible going from one side to another.Registered Nurse RN Shared .
Tributes paid to nurse who 'truly reflected core values of nursing'A nurse described as "cheerful, hard-working and kind" has died after contracting Covid-19. Chris Buckingham, 60, was a nurse in the continuing health.Nursing Times Shared .
Patients who have had Covid more likely to suffer vaccine side effects APatients who previously had Covid are far more likely to suffer side effects from the Pfizer vaccine, a UK study has revealed.Nursing in Practice Shared .
Tees nurses awarded 'people's medal' in tribute to pandemic effortsNurses and colleagues at a Teesside hospital trust will today receive a âpeopleâs medalâ in recognition of their hard work, dedication and support for patients and each other during the coronavirus pandemic.Nursing Times Shared .