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Test asymptomatic maternity workers for Covid-19, urge scientists AMaternity workers should be regularly tested for Covid-19, scientists have urged, after finding more than a third of staff in two London maternity units were unaware they had been infected.

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Start Method Disaster Triage Nursing Review for NCLEX and Nursing School ExamsNurses use the start method to determine what tag color a patient will be assigned during a disaster situation.

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Let's thrive in your preceptorship! Episode 114Hopefully your final semester clinical experience hasn't been impacted negatively from Covid-19 and you're embarking on your preceptorship with joy and clinical hours are absolutely precious.

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Nursing Care for a Patient with HypertensionAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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Test and Trace service reaches more than 250,000 people since launchNew NHS Test and Trace app begins trial phase, as latest statistics show the service is consistently reaching the majority of people testing positive and their contacts.

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Nasal spray could help slow spread of Covid-19 AScientists in the US have claimed an antiviral nasal spray they have developed could halt the spread of Covid-19.

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Largest home antibody testing programme for COVID-19 publishes findingsFindings published by Imperial College London today suggest that 6% of the population in England, around 3.4 million people, have been infected with COVID-19.

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Welsh Government allocates A£800m to NHS to prepare for winter pressures and flu vaccination programme AThe Welsh Government has announced an £800m support fund for the NHS ahead of the ‘largest ever’ winter flu vaccination programme, an expected surge in non-Covid care, and a potential second wave of infections.

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Good Bedside Nurse Bad Nurse AssistantKiki is back once again to co-host with Tina. Together they tell the incredibly disturbing story of Cathy Wood and Gwendolyn Graham.

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PharmacologyA 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.

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Meet the Nurse That Saved Three Infants from the Beirut ExplosionIf you saw the news last week, you probably saw videos and reports of a massive explosion in the city of Beirut in Lebanon.

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Helping Students Get Back to Normal: Classroom School Uniforms Donates Uniforms to Families in NeedParents have a lot on their plates these days. In addition to putting food on the table and managing the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, they also have to worry about the health and wellbeing of their children.

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New UK-wide methodology agreed to record COVID-19 deathsThe publication of daily data on coronavirus deaths will resume from today, following a review by Public Health England of the methodology used to calculate the figures.

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Nurse-backed stoma plan seeks to cut costs and improve careSenior nurses are seeking to establish a "once for Scotland" national approach to stoma care to end variations in practice and bring down escalating.

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CNO urges A-Level students to choose nursing in 'uncertain times'England’s chief nursing officer is supporting last-ditch efforts to get more people signed up to nursing degrees for this academic year, urging students that “your NHS needs you”.

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Complete Nursing Care Plan for OsteoporosisSee more lessons and download free Nursing School cheatsheets at NURSING.com Care Plan for to the NURSING.com family!

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School Nurses as the New Front Line in the Struggle to Contain COVIDSchool nursing services did not end when our brick-and-mortar buildings closed in March because of COVID-19.

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England's Chief Nurse calls for young people to consider nursingThose are the rallying words of Ruth May, England's Chief Nursing Officer, ahead of A-Level results day as she calls for young people to consider a career studying nursing, joining thousands who have already applied this year.

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News round-up: Catch-up on July's major nursing storiesMiss any of the news affecting the profession during July 2020? Catch up with our monthly summary of the main nursing headlines, as reported by Nursing Times.Â.

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Third of midwives who had Covid-19 'were asymptomatic'A third of maternity care workers who contracted coronavirus may have experienced no discernible symptoms, a study by UK researchers suggests.

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Current Health News 15: Vaccinations and LegislationOn this Current Health News, we will update you guys on Trump's executive order for unemployment, world vaccine updates, and the clean network program to safeguard American Assessts.

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From Translator to Aspiring Doctor: Reducing Health Disparities at the Baylor College of MedicineIt’s been a tough year for the city of Houston. The largest city in Texas is currently grappling with a major outbreak of the coronavirus, especially among Latinx and African American communities, a trend we’ve seen play out across the country.

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America's Oldest Working Nurse Is Ready to Go Back to WorkNursing is often a life-long passion for those who love to help others. That's certainly the case with Florence Rigney.

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General unwellness 'potential Covid-19 symptom' in care home residentsA general deterioration in health should be treated as a sign of potential coronavirus infection in care home residents, according to a new UK study supported by nurses.

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NICE set to rule against commonly-used drugs for chronic primary painCommonly used drugs, like paracetamol and ibuprofen, can do more harm than good for chronic primary pain, including fibromyalgia, and should not be used, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.

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Common Mistakes Nurses Make in Their ResumesWhile all the resumes require a certain level of efficiency when writing, nursing resumes have an additional layer to work on.

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Signs and Symptoms of Low PotassiumAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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Minister rules out early pay rise for nurses despite protestsThe government has no plans to push forward pay negotiations for nurses on the Agenda for Change pay contract, despite campaigning from frontline workers and unions, a minister has insisted.

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Orthopedic Nurse Job Description: What Do They Do?Are you thinking of becoming an orthopedic nurse?

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Utilization Review NurseDeciding on a nursing career? Let's look at a utilization review nurse. We will cover what they do, utilization review nurse salary, and more.

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RCN welcomes additional funding but calls for further supportThe Royal College of Nursing has welcomed the extra funding for nursing apprenticeships announced by the Prime Minister, but have said more still needs to be done to achieve the Government's ambitious target of 50,000 new nursing staff.

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AOEN Episode 49: Being fully present in the ER, with BillThe art of emergency nursing is a podcast dedicated to the men and women who care for patients in emergency departments everywhere.

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Andrew Ingersoll, Chief Nursing Information OfficerAndrew Ingersoll is one of only a handful of Chief Nursing Information Officers nationwide.

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Prime Minister confirms funding to prepare the NHS for winterPrime Minister Boris Johnson announces the 117 Trusts allocated share of £300 million to upgrade A&E facilities.

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Taking Care of Yourself: Nurse Loses Her Leg After Ignoring Aches and PainsIf you’ve been working on the front lines of the pandemic, you’re probably used to working long hours as you race to save as many patients from the deadly coronavirus as possible.

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Importance of Empowering and Purposeful Self-Advocacy in the Midst of Unprecedented Social ChangeBy Dr. Margarita David CEO/Founder of Dr. Registered Nurse Success Academy In today’s society, many of us are forced to behave, act, and progress according to the “status quo.” When I...

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5 Million Cases and Counting with Nearly 350,000 in Children AloneThe U.S has become the first nation in the world to reach a grim milestone: 5 million confirmed cases with 162,000 deaths.

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PHE may downgrade PPE requirements for flu vaccinations, suggests NHSE ANHS England is in discussions with Public Health England about potential changes to PPE requirements during flu clinics.

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NHS Test and Trace service to strengthen regional contact tracingNHS Test and Trace and Public Health England will extend its partnership with local authorities to reach more people testing positive and their contacts.

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Complete Nursing Care Plan for NeutropeniaSee more lessons and download free Nursing School cheatsheets at NURSING.com Care Plan for to the NURSING.com family!

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Accessory Lobe PlacentaIn this video, Nurse Sarah gives a quick overview of this type of placenta, her experience in having one, as well as what it means for the pregnancy.

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DHSCa€™s A£172m for apprenticeships 'will not solve workforce gap' AThe government’s £172m nursing apprenticeship package will not be enough to plug the workforce gap, nursing leaders have warned.

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Breaking Down Mental Health Barriers with Jennifer Chaiken, LMFT and Emmalee Bierly, LMFTOn today's episode, D gets real, open, and honest with the two incredible women behind the West Chester Therapy Group and hosts of the ShrinkChicks podcast, Jennifer Chaiken, LMFT and Emmalee Bierly, LMFT.

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Government pledges funding to double nurse apprentice intakeUp to 2,000 nursing apprentices will be trained every year in England for the next four years thanks to new government funding, ministers have announced.

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How to Prep with NCLEX QuestionsLet's talk about how to take questions during nursing school and how to prepare for the NCLEX.

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Nurse Keith's COVID-19 Update #14On this special bonus COVID-19 update, Keith discusses the reopening of schools; the state of coronavirus testing in the United States; the intersection of hurricane season and the pandemic; and recent news about vaccine development and related clinical trials.

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Nursing: Voices to Expose Human Trafficking of Children Part IIIn a world caught up in multiple crises , who is there to notice that Human Trafficking is continuing at a breakneck speed?

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Government commits A£172m funding package for nursing apprenticesA new government funding package worth up to £172m has been outlined to help double the number of nursing apprentices in England, as the health service works towards its ambitious goal of delivering 50,000 more nurses by the end of the current Parliament.

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Racism in Nursing: One Woman's Experience with Rosa Dominguez Horsley, LPNNote from Adrianne: Nursing Uncensored is all about sharing experiences and learning from the collective knowledge of our fellow nurses.

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New funding to double nursing apprentices and help deliver 50,000 more nursesA new government package worth £172 million will help to train thousands more nursing degree apprentices.

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45-5 Side Hustles to think about today! 🤑This episode is a general nugget podcast. Only 5 nuggets and a crumb.🤣 Enjoy and Share!

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Protesters march for fair pay for nurses and other NHS staffMore than 30 marches due on Saturday in recognition of work during coronavirus pandemic.

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Infant Vital Signs Pediatric Nursing Assessment Newborn NCLEX ReviewInfant head circumference assessment -Infant chest circumference newborns / infants can be tricky as a nurse, because they can become fussy or upset very easily.

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Nursing in Moments: Surgical Nurse Nathan Walsh Offers His Thoughts on "The Year of the Nurse and Midwife"DAISY honoree Nathan Walsh, BSN, RN recently gave a speech at a DAISY event at Carle Foundation Hospital in Illinois, where he works as a surgical nurse.

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How a Drop in Income Can Affect Your Patients  and How You Can HelpIt's been one week since the $600 per week expanded unemployment benefit expired in the U.S., and that could spell trouble for your patients.

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New Carolyn Jones Emergency Nurse DocumentaryJones teamed up with the Emergency Nurses Association to create a documentary that celebrates emergency Nurses and the impact they have on patients across the country.

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Nurses 'confident' ahead of national pay protests on SaturdayThousands of nurses are preparing to take to the streets tomorrow for a series of socially distanced demonstrations over pay.

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Restrictions on household gatherings to continue in parts of the north west and West YorkshireWe use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV.UK. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services.

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Research study into long-term health impacts of COVID-19 launched in the UKOne of the world's largest comprehensive research studies into the long-term health impacts of coronavirus on hospitalised patients has been launched, the Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock has announced.

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Many in Health Care Have Made Sense of COVID Through Art or PoetryAll rights reserved. Since March, AJN has been inundated with manuscripts from around the world, ranging from prospective feature articles to submissions for this blog as well as our Reflections and Viewpoint columns.

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Senior nurse issues Covid-19 plea to public ahead of potential second waveThe government must provide clear instructions to the public and make messages “more personal” in order to avoid hospitals being overwhelmed by a second wave of Covid-19, according to a senior infectious diseases nurse.

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How to write a nursing care plan for LeukemiaAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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Practice nurses visiting care homes for fortnightly Covid testing AA group of pratice nurses in East London has mobilised to test care home residents and staff for Covid-19 every two weeks.

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Nurse Burnout with CEO Cara LunsfordIn this episode, we'd like to welcome Cara Lunsford, a registered nurse for 14 years and CEO of HOLLIBLU.

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Nurses to protest for significant pay rise AThousands of nurses are expected to protest across England and Wales tomorrow, calling for a significant pay increase.

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Large proportion of NHS workforce may have already had Covid-19Many nurses and other healthcare staff in the UK may already have been infected with Covid-19 but not diagnosed at the time, according to a new study.

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Why Are So Many Public Health Officials Resigning?It’s been nearly five months since the start of the coronavirus pandemic here in the U.S., and at least 24 top public health officials have already resigned from their posts, including those from California, Colorado, Texas, New York, and Montana.

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All About Nursing Vicki HessThis week, we ill have Vicki Hess on How to improve and sustain employee engagement.

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The Real Entrepreneurs of Healthcare: Influencers to Follow in 2020Every season, the staff at Scrubs Magazine look at influencers in the medical field. From Nurses to Doctors, and more.

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But first, let's talk about third spacing: Episode 113Today we'll be diving into third spacing and fluid shifts. This is a process you'll see quite often in critical care, but also in Medical-Surgical patients as well.

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Vitamins that are water solubleAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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Largest testing programme for coronavirus shows virus continued to decline in JuneThe second monthly REACT-1 report from Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI has been published, showing how the virus has spread in England.

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Good Veterinarian Bad VeterinarianMike with Simple Nursing is back once again to co-host! Tina and Mike tell the story of Valerie McDaniel, a veterinarian from Houston, Texas, who got tangled up with the wrong guy, Leon Jacob.

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Hundreds of types of face masks withdrawn from sale in Australia amid safety fearsRegulator begins mass audit as nurses send photos of equipment supplied to them marked ‘not for medical use'

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How COVID-19 Has Changed Travel NursingHere's how COVID-19 has changed travel nursing, how nurses are responding, and what to expect when searching for an assignment.

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Using Technology to Reduce Health Disparities Among Black MenBlack men suffer from some of the worst health disparities in the country. They have a shorter life expectancy than white men by five years, with higher rates of heart disease, HIV/AIDS, hypertension, diabetes, and homicide.

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Managing Mental Health at Work: How Employers Can Be a Part of the SolutionA group of highly esteemed mental health professionals recently wrote an op-ed warning of a potential mental health crisis among the U.S. workforce.

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Government to receive CQC-style rating for performance on NHS pledgesMaternity services will be the first area to be scrutinised under a new Care Quality Commission-style ratings system designed to evaluate the government’s progress on key health and social care goals.

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Prepare to deliver vaccinations in ‘novel settings' this winter, nurses toldStandard immunisation services will struggle to cope with the twin challenges of winter flu and Covid-19, according to guidance for nurses on setting up new mass vaccination programmes.

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How to Prevent Nurse Burnout From Spreading in Your OrganizationWhen your nurses are exhausted and burned out, not only do they underperform, but also they spread that stress to others.

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Nurses Drawdown: A Global Climate Movement for NursesNurses around the globe are invited to participate in Nurses Drawdown. The initiative is based on the science of Project Drawdown, a “research organization that reviews, analyses, and identifies the most viable global climate solutions, and shares these findings with the world.”.

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Complete nursing care plan for eating disordersSee more lessons and download free Nursing School cheatsheets at NURSING.com care plan for eating disorders.

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Advice From 2019 Alumni to the Unforgettable Class of 2020Johns Hopkins Nursing is a magazine for students, alumni, faculty and staff of the school as well as nurses of the Johns Hopkins medical system.

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More than one in ten nursing posts unfilled in Northern Ireland AMore than one in ten nursing posts in Northern Ireland were vacant at the end of last year, resulting in £115m spent on temporary staffing, the Northern Ireland Audit Office has revealed.

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Candidates announced for RCN president and deputy president rolesNominees for the roles of president and deputy president of the Royal College of Nursing have been announced ahead of elections in September.

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Nurses urged to share research findings on care of patients with Covid-19Nurses are being asked to share their research findings from the Covid-19 crisis to help ensure lessons are learned from the pandemic.

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Confronting Medical Errors With Physician Author Dr. Danielle OfriOn episode 282 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews physician author Dr. Danielle Ofri, MD, PhD, regarding the need to rigorously confront medical errors.

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Americans Share Their Thoughts on the U.S. Response to the PandemicNational Public Radio and Ipsos, a consulting firm and market research company, released a new poll on the coronavirus today.

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Free Mindfulness Meditations for nurses from HeadspaceA blog about nurses and nursing students with disabilities.

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Current Health News 14: The Medication DebateIn this episode, we talk about the current status of the pandemic. There is an ongoing debate on what medication is the best, we will explore the 2 major treatment options.

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How the Pandemic Could Permanently Alter Life for Seniors in the U.S.Senior citizens have long been a group garnering the most concern during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Class of 2020, Unleash Your Inner SuperheroNia Josiah, 2020 MSN graduate challenges her classmates to ignite the power from within on the path to self-discovery— to unleash the Superhero.

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NHS Employers calls for flexible working options to address nursing shortageMany nurses still do not have access to flexible working arrangements, says new guidance designed to tackle the problem.

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PPE Gloves Training: Don and Doff Gloves with Personal Protective EquipmentTo doff gloves while wearing PPE, do not touch the outside of them with ungloved hands, as they are considered contaminated.

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Common Causes of ARDSAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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Covid-19: Healthcare workers at more risk despite PPE AFrontline healthcare workers with adequate personal protective equipment are still three times more at risk of testing positively for Covid-19 than the general population, a study has found.

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‘Covid-friendly' cancer treatments rolled out as NHS ramps up service levelsA range of ‘Covid-friendly' cancer treatments are to be extended and expanded amid a new push to get all cancer services back up and running.

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Becoming An Orthopedic Nurse: Everything You Want to KnowIf you've been thinking about becoming an orthopedic nurse, I'm going to answer some of your burning questions in this post on becoming an orthopedic nurse.

Nurse Eye Roll Shared .

Essential Self-Care Ideas and Destress Tips For NursesFrom yoga to healthy eating, these essential self-care ideas will make all the difference in your life as a nurse.

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Bid to embed genomics into mainstream nursing practiceFor the NHS to realise its ambition of integrating genomics into routine care, it will need the backing of its largest workforce.

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Can you get COVID-19 from your groceries?Associate Professor of Food Microbiology Julian Cox, from the UNSW school of Engineering, joins the podcast to discuss the risks of contracting the coronavirus through food and groceries.

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Reducing Health Illiteracy: How to Help Your Patients Comprehend Medical InformationThe coronavirus pandemic has put a new spotlight on the issue of health illiteracy, or the inability to comprehend and retain important medical information.

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6 Ways We Can Remoralize Ourselves Through Humor!The end result of intentionally seeking joy and expressions of humor will be a greater sense of balance and control in your life.

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Unprepared and Out of the Loop: The School Nursing Shortage Hits HomeSchool districts across the country are in the process of making a difficult decision: reopen in the fall or keep students at home to limit the spread of the coronavirus....

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Concern over Hancock's comments on revalidation and bureaucracyMoves to “bust bureaucracy” in the NHS must not come at the expense of hard-won safety improvements such as revalidation for nurses and midwives, a leading healthcare union has warned.

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Pursuit of ‘short-term savings' left Northern Ireland with too few nursesMore than one in 10 nursing posts in Northern Ireland were vacant by the end of last year while the region has seen dramatic increases in spending on agency staff, a new report shows.

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Challenged By Another ReligionHello Rewritten Family️ In this vlog I have an interesting conversation with a gentleman from another faith.

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Nurses: In the Face-Off With COVID, We're Doing 'Alright'We’ve done alright through war, earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, and typhoons. We’re neither politicians, nor business owners; we’re not in banking or finance.

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How to write a complete Cardiomyopathy care plan in minutesAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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More flexible working is a€˜cruciala€™, says NHS People Plan AOffering flexibility in clinical roles is ‘crucial’ to the NHS retaining its existing workforce, said the NHS People Plan published last week.

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Bringing a Human Touch to Tech with Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin, MD and Stacey KirkThe WoMed is here for you this week with a dose of inspiring news in these crazy times!

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4 Tips For Studying Nursing at Home During COVIDI want to give you guys a couple of tips on selecting the appropriate study environment for you right now.

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TOXIC Leadership: Hospital Change is Needed NOW!One of the outcomes of the World Pandemic of COVID-19 is uncovering of all the cracks and deficits in our Public Health and Healthcare Systems in the USA that have been happening over many years.

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Covid-19 drives positive change in nurse educationThe national coronavirus lockdown forced universities throughout the UK to close their doors and shift to online learning with very little warning or preparation time.

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Defining Nursing Career Success on Your Own TermsEvery nurse and healthcare professional has the opportunity to define success in their own way.

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Compassion in Patient Care: A Chat with Marcus EngelIn this episode, Adrianne has a lovely chat with author, public speaker, and founder of the not-for-profit I'm Here Movement, Marcus Engel.

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Roll-out of 2 new rapid coronavirus tests ahead of winterMillions of new rapid coronavirus tests will be rolled out across NHS hospitals, care homes and labs from next week.

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Prof. Elizabeth Manias: "Interventions to Address Medication Safety in the ICU"This talk examines key definitions relating to medication safety, including medication errors, adverse drug events, and adverse drug reactions.

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The Complete Guide to Freebies and Discounts for NursesWith healthcare workers continuing to fight the latest worldwide pandemic, it's more important than ever to take care of those protecting our health.

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Marginal Cord Insertion Placenta ExperienceMarginal cord insertion can pose some risks to a pregnancy, especially since the baby may not be able to get all of the needed nutrients in some cases.

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Correctional Nurse Clinical Update: Red EyeThe complaint of red eye is common in the correctional environment. It may or may not be associated with vision changes or complete visual loss.

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Updates to the shielding programme on national and regional levelsShielding guidance for clinically extremely vulnerable to be paused from 01 August across England.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci Updates the Nation on Capitol HillIt was a busy day for Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who appeared on Capitol Hill today to take questions from lawmakers on a range of different topics, including a possible vaccine, reopening schools, and the controversial drug known as hydroxychloroquine.

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Nurses Showing The Faces Behind The MasksThe goal of these projects is to eliminate or reduce a level of fear and anxiety for patients, especially children, who find comfort in seeing the smiling faces of healthcare team members.

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The Real Story Behind the Group Touting Hydroxychloroquine as a CureIf you’ve been on social media this week, you’ve probably seen several posts talking about the group known as “America’s Frontline Doctors”, a collection of physicians who have been critical of the U.S. response to the pandemic.

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Nurses no longer exempt from self-isolating after travelling ANurses will have to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from travels to Covid-19 high-risk countries, the Government has said.

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How to care for a patient with an aortic aneurysmAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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New concerns suggest students ‘may have to pay extra fees' for course delaysFresh concerns have been raised that student nurses in England who have to delay completing their programmes due to the coronavirus pandemic may have to pay additional fees for the duration of their course extension.

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Health and care workers to self-isolate on return to England from high-risk countriesRegistered health and care professionals travelling to the England from high-risk countries will be required to self-isolate for 14 days, the government has confirmed.

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How Stuttering Impacts an OR NurseKamil is a circulating and scrub nurse. He is also in school to become a Nurse Practitioner.

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Nurses no longer exempt from overseas self-isolation measuresNurses travelling to the UK from high-risk countries will now have to self-isolate for 14 days the government has confirmed, after a review ruled health and care professionals should no longer be exempt from the national requirement.

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A Savvy Nurse Scribe Graces the AirwavesOn episode 281 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB, an accomplished nurse writer, educator, entrepreneur, and host of The Savvy Scribe podcast.

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Good Inventor Nurse Bad Cleveland Clinic NurseThis week Tina is joined by the one and only Levi. Together they tell the story of an emergency room nurse who tried to hire a hit man to kill a woman.

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New rules on gatherings in some parts of Northern EnglandGovernment announces changes to rules on gatherings in Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and East Lancashire after increase in COVID-19 cases.

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COVID-19 Fatigue: Keeping Your Patients Engaged When Statistics Aren't EnoughIn 2020, many of us are used to starting the day with grim statistics, such as the total number of new infections, total deaths attributed to COVID-19, and information about new hotspots across the country where the virus seems to be out of control.

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How Many People Would Take the Coronavirus Vaccine? The Results May Surprise YouThe first coronavirus vaccine is still at least six months away, according to most health experts.

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Majority of health visitor teams impacted by redeployment, survey finds ASixty per cent of health visitors in England said at least one member of their team was redeployed between 19 March and 3 June, according to a survey.

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Capnography: Episode 112While pulse oximetry tells you about your patient's oxygenation status, capnography tells you about their ventilatory status.

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Medications for DepressionAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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NHS Test and Trace launches campaign to encourage everyone with symptoms to get a free testNHS Test and Trace will launch the new campaign alongside a new business plan to expand testing capacity and prepare the nation for winter.

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NHS recovery to put staff wellbeing at its heartThe Health Secretary welcomes the launch of the new NHS People Plan as he launches a new bureaucracy-busting drive so staff can spend less time on paperwork and more time with patients.

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Statement from the UK Chief Medical Officers on extension of self-isolation period: 30 July 2020The self-isolation period has been extended to 10 days for those in the community who have coronavirus symptoms or a positive test result.

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Getting into Good Trouble as a LeaderThis week, we celebrate the life of and mourn the death of an iconic leader  Congressman John Lewis. Lewis urged us to be courageous and not to walk past things that need to be changed.

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Americans Stressing During COVID-19: How Will This Impact Mental Healthcare?COVID-19 made life more stressful for everyone. Healthcare providers stand on front lines and can patients the mental health tools and support they need!

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Extra university places for vital courses announcedOver 9,000 additional places approved at UK universities for courses to deliver vital services and support the economy.

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Thousands of UK public sector jobs to be created in recruitment driveIn 2019 there were 44,000 nursing vacancies across the NHS after years of austerity.

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Amputated Fingers, Stroke, and Kidney Failure: The Mysterious Long-Term Effects of COVID-19Scientists are still trying to make sense of the disease known as COVID-19. It’s only been six months since the first case was reported in the U.S. As time goes on, we’re starting to learn more about how the virus affects the body.

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August Issue Highlights: Experiencing Racism in Nursing, Promoting Publications by Nurses, Much MoreSix of the nurses quit when they found out I was coming on because they said they would not take orders from me...”—nursing leader Bernardine Lacey on encountering racism in her career, as described in this month's Historical Feature The.

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Care homes a€˜thrown to the wolvesa€™ during pandemic ACovid-19 ‘ravaged’ care homes after they were ‘effectively thrown to the wolves’ during the pandemic, cross-party MPs have said.

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How to care for a patient with acute respiratory distress syndromeSee more lessons and download free Nursing School cheatsheets at NURSING.com respiratory distress syndrome.

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Career Outlook of a CNSAfter completing her BSN and working as an ICU nurse for a few years, Siew Lee considered many further education options.

John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .

Covid-19 UpdateCoronaviruses are a family of viruses that can cause respiratory illness in people. This is a 3/20/20 COVID 19 update: No cure or vaccine has been found however a medication that is used to treat Malaria, Chloroquine, is showing positive results.

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The Natural Nurse And Dr. ZMarma Therapy: Healing the Marma Energy Vortexes With prescribed Mantric Words of Power and Seven Dragons YoGong: A system of body-mind-spirit energy exercises which combines Yogic and Qigong practices.

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Need a Mask? Raising Money for Holly's HeroesHolly Clark-Newberry is currently being treated for a rare type of pediatric renal cancer after being misdiagnosed earlier this year.

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Social media nurse army set to protest for early pay riseNurses across England are preparing to protest to demand a significant pay rise this year, as part of a grassroots movement born on social media.

Nursing Times Shared .

Does the patient have Dementia, or not? ? ?Check out our freebies and learn more at: us at / for disclaimer information. NCLEX, NCLEX-RN are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, INC.

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A€˜Care home staff untested because of delivery laga€™ AStaff in English care homes are not being tested weekly for Covid-19 because of long waits for kit deliveries from the Government, Nursing in Practice has learnt.

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Why Become A Nurse? A Nurse's Personal Story UnveiledAre you trying to decide whether to go to nursing school? If you've ever wondered "why become a nurse" then read on - I share my entire story!

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Meal Prep Tips For Nurses: Save Time and Eat HealthyWhen you are short on time but still want to eat healthy, meal prep is the answer.

The Nerdy Nurse Shared .

RCN open consultation on education, learning and development strategyThe Royal College of Nursing has launched a new consultation process, asking for input from members across the nursing workforce on their views and priorities, as it looks to develop a three-year UK-wide education, learning and development strategy.

National Health Executive Shared .

Mid-Career Nurses Take it to the Next LevelOn episode 280 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews certified executive performance and life coach Nicole Coustier regarding mid-career positioning, owning your expertise, networking, resumes, and much more that can help you take your nursing career to the next level of authenticity and accomplishment.

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10 Strategies for Feeding the Nurse's Inner LifeIn managing their careers and busy lives, nurses can be very focused on the "outer" aspects of life and work: family, chores, shopping, resu...

Digital Doorway Shared .

States Look for Travel Nurses As COVID-19 Cases SpikeCOVID-19 is causing increased hospitalizations in many states, so here's what travel nurses looking for work need to know.

Travel Nursing Blog Shared .

Anxiety and Pets: How Humans Are Dealing with the Current UncertaintyThe coronavirus has led to another pandemic across the country: a mental health crisis. The nation’s emotional and mental health has seen better days, considering over 4 million people have already been infected with the disease, nearly 150,000 have died, and millions of people remain unemployed and worried about their livelihoods.

Scrubs Shared .

Why Fellowship Is Vital To MaturityI pray you all are doing well during these times. May you catch the lesson in this vlog.

Beautifully Rewritten Shared .

How to care for Acute Kidney InjuryAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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NHS faces a€˜long and fraughta€™ recovery amid staff shortages AThe NHS is likely to face a longer recovery than health services in other countries because of existing problems such as staff shortages, a new report has found.

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Newborn Reflexes Assessment Nursing Pediatric NCLEX ReviewWhen a baby is born, it comes hardwired with certain reflexes. As a nurse working with a pediatric patient population, you'll want to be familiar with names of common newborn reflexes, how to assess these reflexes, and when these reflexes go away.

Registered Nurse RN Shared .

Building Back Better: Constructive Nursing RegulationAs governor of the first COVID-19 epicenter in the country, Andrew Cuomo challenged New Yorkers to think about how the state could “build back better” after the crisis.

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It's Worth a Shot with Principal Scientist Dr. Rinke Bos, Ph.D.On today's episode, Host D speaks with Dr. Rinke Bos who is a Principal Scientist at Janssen Vaccines and Prevention in Leiden, the Netherlands, currently working on developing a vaccine for COVID-19.

The WoMed Shared .

Covid-19: Honor Your Nurse With A Daisy Award!I was thrilled to learn about the DAISY Foundation, a remarkable organization that exclusively honors nurses for the incredible efforts they make daily.

Once a Nurse, Always a Nurse Shared .

Operation Happy Nurse with Shannon McPeek, BSN, RNBeing a nurse is emotionally hard and our self-care needs to be really special and individualized, and free.

Nursing Uncensored Shared .

Clear link between Covid-19 complications and obesityBeing overweight puts people at greater risk of severe complications and death from Covid-19, a new review of UK and international evidence has found.

Nursing Times Shared .

New Obesity Strategy unveiled as country urged to lose weight to beat coronavirus and protect the NHSNew package of measures and "Better Health" campaign announced to help people lose weight.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

Major venting session from a COVID 19 ICU nurseFollow my instagram for more: @ my email list for additional content: ICU CRASH COURSE "Breakthrough ICU": NURSING RESOURCES: NURSING RESOURCES.

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August 2020 HighlightsEditor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and clinical editor Betsy Todd present the highlights of the August issue of AJN, including articles such as "Original Research: Understanding Nursing Home Staff Attitudes Toward Death and Dying: A Survey," "PANDAS: Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infection," "Historical...

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All About Nursing Serena Bumpus, Dnp, Rn, Nea-bcSafe HarborMy guest is:Serena Bumpus, DNP, RN, NEA-BCDirector of PracticeTNA.

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The Technology Behind Social Distancing: How to Bring Employees Back SafelyWith new infections surging across the country, employers are struggling to find ways to bring their employees back on site safely.

Scrubs Shared .

Trust pays tribute to rising star palliative care nurse after sudden deathA “passionate” nurse who was building a reputation both nationally and internationally for her trailblazing work in the field of palliative care has died unexpectedly at the age of 32.

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Myths and realities of public sector pay hikesLetters: George Binette says less than a quarter of workers will benefit, while Vic Rayner decries the fact that care home staff have been forgotten and Angela Pickering believes the headlines are just government spin.

The Guardian Shared .

From Mickey Mouse to NursingAn Anonymous Johns Hopkins Graduate Nursing Student reflects that the Americans with Disabilities Act helped him become a paramedic, and then a nurse.

John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .

How to care for Acquired Immune Deficiency SyndromeSee more lessons and download free Nursing School cheatsheets at NURSING.com Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

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Lack of testing and PPE among key England Covid-19 mistakes, MPs toldExclusive: older people also ‘catastrophically let down' by hospital discharges to care homes.

The Guardian Shared .

Nursing Pet PeevesIn this episode, we will talk about the 10 most common nursing pet peeves. This will be a compilation of our experience.

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Get a free NHS test today to check if you have coronavirusChoose a drive-through or walk-through test centre for a quick test, or order a home test kit.
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Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

Nurse Keith's COVID-19 Update #13On this special bonus COVID-19 update, Keith interviews Dr. Nat'e Guyton, RN, MSN, NE-BC, CPHIMS, the Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer of the University of Maryland Medical System Midtown Campus.

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Plans revealed for 'most comprehensive flu jab campaign in UK history'The government has today revealed details of what it claims to be the most comprehensive flu vaccination programme in the UK’s history, with a doubling in the number of people eligible for the jab.

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Most comprehensive flu programme in UK history will be rolled out this winterProviders will work to vaccinate more than 30 million people during this flu season - millions more than received it last year.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

COVID 19 Update 12In this episode, we discuss the increased COVID-19 cases as well as the trend in the death rate.

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Andrea Dalzell, BSN, RN a€“ A Goal Obtained in the Time of PandemicIn New York City, at a time when life was in a tailspin trying to cope with the spread of a pandemic, Andrea Dalzell, BSN, RN, was experiencing the personal satisfaction of beginning the job she had been seeking for two years.

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Is Asymptomatic Testing Coming to an End? New Restrictions Take EffectGetting tested for COVID-19 can be an uphill climb in some places, especially when an area erupts with new outbreaks.

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Study predicts 3,000 extra cancer deaths as result of coronavirus pandemicDisruption to diagnostic services and patients avoiding healthcare because of Covid-19 could see around 3,500 potentially avoidable deaths from the four main cancers in England, warn researchers.

Nursing Times Shared .

Nurse leader to retire after almost four decades at specialist hospitalThe assistant chief nurse at a specialist orthopaedics hospital is hanging up her uniform after almost four decades spent at the organisation.

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New asbestos-related cancer nurse specialist for East KentA new specialist nurse has been appointed to part of the country with a high proportion of patients with cancer related to exposure to asbestos, following charity funding.

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MPs call for action on 'significant failings' around NHS staff testingImmediate action must be taken to undo “significant” failings to introduce routine testing for NHS staff and to address the needs of patients left in “limbo” during the coronavirus pandemic, an influence group of MPs have said.

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Crime is Down Amid the Pandemic, But That's Not the Whole StoryThe White House says it plans to send federal agents to major American cities across the country, including Chicago, Albuquerque, and even Kansas City amid what it sees as rising crime, shootings, and killings.

Scrubs Shared .

Care home visits resume in England AThe Government has published guidance to confirm care homes can allow visitors  but the change has been criticised for being long overdue.

Nursing in Practice Shared .

Face coverings mandatory in shops, supermarkets, shopping centres and enclosed transport hubs from FridayFace coverings must be worn in additional enclosed public spaces from 24 July in England, as the government takes further steps to help curb the spread of the virus.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

NMC launches new principles for preceptorshipsThe Nursing and Midwifery Council has released a new set of common principles to help employers build an “effective model” of preceptorship for all newly registered nurses, midwives and nursing associates in the UK.

Nursing Times Shared .

Starting nursing school soon? Do these five things before you start: Episode 111If you're a new nursing student who is starting your program, CONGRATULATIONS! Before classes begin, it's important to set yourself up for success.

Straight a Nursing Student Shared .

Cyanotic Heart DefectsCheck out our freebies and learn more at: us at / for disclaimer information. NCLEX, NCLEX-RN are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, INC.

NRSNG Shared .

AOEN Episode 48: Stop the bullying with Renee ThompsonIn this episode, Kevin has a conversation about nurse incivility / bullying with Dr. Renee Thompson, DNP, RN, CSP from the Healthy Workforce Institute.

Art of Emergency Nursing Shared .

NHS nurse numbers continue to rise with 13,502 more than last yearThe number of doctors in the NHS has also risen by 7,890, figures to the end of April 2020 show.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

MJA editor Professor Nick TalleyProfessor Nick Talley, editor of the Medical Journal of Australia, joins host Conor Burke to discuss the use of masks to combat the spread of COVID-19.

NursingReview Shared .

Good Nurse Councilman Bad Respiratory Therapist Efren SaldivarThis week Tina is happy to have Adrianne from Nursing Uncensored Podcast back to host another show.

Good Nurse Bad Nurse Shared .

Weekly statistics show NHS Test and Trace is reaching the highest number of contactsSeventh week of NHS Test and Trace figures show people are being reached by the service more quickly and more people are providing details of their close contacts.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

Why the U.S. Contact Tracing System FailedMost of us are familiar with the term "contact tracing". The purpose of tracing is to find people who have had contact with someone who tests positive for coronavirus.

Scrubs Shared .

Planning for a Natural Disaster Amid a Pandemic: Is Your Facility Ready?The country is still in the throws of a deadly pandemic, but mother nature isn't known for her patience.

Scrubs Shared .

MIT Designed An Effective And Reusable Face MaskThe mask is called iMASC, which stands for Injection Molded Autoclavable, Scalable, Conformable.

Diversity Nursing Shared .

Care home visits to resume in England following new guidanceCare homes in England have been given the go-ahead to reopen to visitors if they can meet conditions laid out in new coronavirus guidance.

Nursing Times Shared .

Nottingham nurses claim Covid-19 unit was 'more like a prison camp'A hospital trust has launched an investigation into claims that nurses on its coronavirus end-of-life ward had been redeployed without adequate support or protection and were bullied into silence by their superiors.

Nursing Times Shared .

How to Stand and Sit with a Cane: Nursing Assistive Devices Skill ReviewTo sit down with a cane , back up to the chair until you feel the chair on the back of the legs.

Registered Nurse RN Shared .

Every Frontline has a Backline: What Nursing Can Learn from RugbyPhoto credit: KJ Feury Have you ever had a day at work that could only be fixed by an ice cream from your favorite creamery or by a hug from your best friend?

AJN Off the Charts Shared .

ABGs and the pHFollow me on Instagram ️ ** Join The Nurse Tribe: ️ ** Ask me a question ️ views and opinions expressed on this channel and/or in the videos on this channel are that of myself and not of any educational institution.

Sean P Dent Shared .

How to care for Care PlanSee more lessons and download free Nursing School cheatsheets at NURSING.com NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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Senior nurse 'given second chance at life' after 40-day coronavirus comaA senior nurse who spent more than two months in hospital with Covid-19 including 41 days in intensive care said the experience had helped her appreciate the importance of being "patient with your patients".

Nursing Times Shared .

Families and friends to be reunited with loved ones in care homes as visits restartCare home residents are set to be reunited with friends and family as visits begin again following the publication of new guidance on 22 July.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

International nursing body releases new 'nurse anthem'The International Council of Nurses has released a new song that it hopes will become the “anthem for nurses everywhere”, featuring vocals from real nurses around the world.

Nursing Times Shared .

CNO praised for a€˜integritya€™ after confirming drop from briefing ANurses have come out in support of England’s chief nursing officer after she confirmed she was dropped from a government press briefing in June.

Nursing in Practice Shared .

The public-sector pay rises make for good PRInstead of ‘showing love' to public-sector workers, Boris Johnson's meagre pay bump is barely blowing them a kiss, says journalist Caroline Molloy.

The Guardian Shared .

Debbie Massey: "Recognising and Responding to Patient Deterioration"Patients continue to deteriorate. In this presentation, we will identify the context, the challenges, the solutions, and the future in relation to the nurse's role in recognising and responding to patient deterioration.

Continulus Critical Care Nursing Shared .

Nearly Half of LGBTQ+ Youth Say They Have Considered Suicide Since the PandemicFor many families and kids, being stuck at home is just part of our "new normal" during the coronavirus pandemic.

Scrubs Shared .

Food Insecurity on the Rise: Feeding America During a PandemicFinding food during the pandemic hasn't been easy for many families and individuals. Food insecurity is rising across the country as millions remain unemployed.

Scrubs Shared .

Remoralizing Ourselves with HumorNurses and doctors need humor! We want to help you keep an optimistic outlook on the future even when it threatens to turn your present existence inside out.

Confident Voices Shared .

Little Taylor and the Prosthesis: 30 years after the Americans with Disabilities ActWe have come a long way since the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed 30 years ago, but we still have more work to do, including in research.

John Hopkins School of Nursing Shared .

Covid-19: test all health and care workers weekly, says UK scientistMPs hear ministers were told in April that systematic testing was essential to keep staff safe.

The Guardian Shared .

Nursing in Practice launches social care survey ANursing in Practice is conducting a short survey to learn more about the experience of social care professionals during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nursing in Practice Shared .

How to remember the different types of anemiaAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

NRSNG Shared .

S5E52 I Finally Know What I'm Doing  Now What?You are now clocking in with confidence, and you're ready for the next challenge. But you enjoy your role, your team, and don't want to change units or go back to school.

Nurse Eye Roll Shared .

What Nursing Leadership Can Do to Stop the Rising Incidents of BullyingSome healthcare teams really pulled together during this crisis. They put aside their grudges, differences, and pettiness and stepped up in partnership with nursing leadership.

Healthy Workforce Institute Shared .

How To Become A Wound Care NurseFind out how to get the wound care certification you need to start your career in wound care nursing.

The Nerdy Nurse Shared .

RCN calls for urgent investment into nursing higher educationAs part of their newly-published report, the Royal College of Nursing has outlined the need for long-term investment in nursing higher education in England to address the current workforce shortage.

National Health Executive Shared .

NHS doctors and dentists to receive 2.8% pay riseWe use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV.UK. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

Nurses, Education, and the Future of NursingOn episode 279 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Nina Beaman, the Dean of Nursing of Aspen University, regarding resilience, trauma-informed care, the Adverse Childhood Events Study , and where the nursing profession is headed in the 21st century.

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Government urged to 'properly invest' in student nurses in EnglandThe Royal College of Nursing has issued fresh calls on the government to invest in the student nursing workforce, by reimbursing and abolishing tuition fees in England.

Nursing Times Shared .

Dr. Mimi Winsberg, Chief Medical Officer of Brightside HealthOur guest this week: Dr. Mimi Winsberg, Chief Medical Advisor of.

Slice of Healthcare Shared .

Birth VlogWe thank God for answering our prayers, and we also want to thank all of our viewers for the love and support you've shown us.

Registered Nurse RN Shared .

Third record-breaking year for GP trainee recruitmentGP trainee numbers in England have risen for the third year running, with recruitment up a record 15% compared to the same point last year.

Department of Health & Social Care Shared .

These Travel Nursing Specialties In Demand As COVID Cases RiseTravel nursing specialties like ER and ICU are especially high-paying for travel nurses right now as COVID cases increase across the country.

Travel Nursing Blog Shared .

Can God Heal People Today?Here is another vlog of me simply sharing my journey with God when it comes to healing.

Beautifully Rewritten Shared .

MD Praises Florence Nightingale in New Book on Medical Errors!Dr. Danielle Ofri, MD writes ". .Florence Nightingale was ahead of her time..."! What a great doctor she must be to work with, learn from and be cared for by.

Confident Voices Shared .

Call to prioritise healthcare staff after ‘exciting' Covid-19 vaccine resultsHealth and care staff must be a priority when a Covid-19 jab becomes available, a body representing NHS managers has said in the wake of latest results from the UK coronavirus vaccine trial.

Nursing Times Shared .

Unemployed and Uninsured: Helping Your Patients Find CoverageThe coronavirus pandemic has revealed sweeping gaps in our healthcare system. For so many people, losing a job can feel like a death sentence as they miss out on all...

Scrubs Shared .

Specialist elective trust fully adopts end-of-life memory box initiativeEnd-of-life memory boxes have been placed in all wards at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in order to bring comfort and support to families.

Nursing Times Shared .

Workbook to help people with learning disabilities who experience psychosisClinicians at a trust in the South West have developed a new workbook designed to help people with learning disabilities who experience psychosis.

Nursing Times Shared .

CNO confirms being 'dropped' from government Covid-19 briefingChief nursing officer for England Ruth May has confirmed to MPs that she was "dropped" from a government press briefing in June.

Nursing Times Shared .

New 24/7 mental health helpline launched for nurses in ScotlandNurses in Scotland will now have “around the clock” mental health support, following the launch today of a national helpline as part of the country’s response to Covid-19.

Nursing Times Shared .

How to care for a Spinal Cord Injury…Nursing Care PlanSee more lessons and download free Nursing School cheatsheets at NURSING.com to care for a Spinal Cord Injury...

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