Nursing

2-day-old Giraffe Euthanized At San Diego Zoo Safari Park

“Following the birth, wildlife care specialists noticed that the calf’s condition began to deteriorate, including difficulty standing and not nursing,” the park said Thursday.

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Intermittent Fasting: What Worked, Proved Challenging

A nurse describes how she dealt with the rigors of one of the more successful programs for weight loss. Medscape Blogs

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State Laws About Prescribing May Limit Access To Hiv Pre-exposure Prophylaxis

State laws in the US that require medical doctors (MDs) to determine which medications a nurse practitioner (NP) or physician assistant (PA) can prescribe, and under what conditions, may limit the number of patients who use HIV pre-exposure...
Related topics: HIV, Virus

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Children's Hospital Los Angeles Achieves Fourth Consecutive Magnet(r) Recognition For Clinical Care...

Children's Hospital Los Angeles was redesignated a Magnet(r) hospital, the health care industry's most prestigious recognition of world-class nursing and patient care, an honor reserved for the top 10% of U.S. hospitals.

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New Regulations In Alaska, South Dakota, Remove Barriers For Crnas

The start of the new year often brings with it new state laws and regulations, including two that remove barriers to patient care for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) in Alaska and South Dakota.

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Forwarding Nurse-led Innovation

In order for nurses to lead in health and health care innovation, schools of nursing and nursing programs must think strategically about the knowledge and skills the next generation of nurses will need and then support those innovation needs at all...

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Qanon Nut Scott Mckay Declares War On Doctors And Nurses

Religious right QAnon lunatic Scott McKay told a small audience at the ReAwaken America conference headlined by Michael Flynn that he's waging war against doctors and nurses. Anti-vax lunatic and fellow QAnon headliner Cirsten Weldon died in the...
Related topics: Religion

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Nevada Enlisting Nursing Students For Hospital Staff Crisis

Last week, patient care was dependent on "overtime, team nursing and other mitigation steps" that were "not sustainable." Associated Press

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Covid-19 Proning Teams Benefit From Wound Care Specialist Nurse

THURSDAY, Jan. 20, 2022 -- The inclusion of a certified wound and skin care nurse on a multiprofessional prone-positioning team significantly reduces the odds of pressure injuries developing in patients hospitalized with severe COVID-19, according...

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Parkdale Center And American Association Of Nurse Anesthesiology Partner To Improve Access To Care...

Parkdale Center and American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (AANA) further solidified their partnership with upgrades to the AANA Helpline that offers support and assistance for substance use disorder (SUD) to Certified Registered Nurse...
Related topics: Anesthesia

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Long-term Care Facilities' Coronavirus Cases Skyrocketed In Three Weeks Due To Omicron

Long-term care facilities’ coronavirus cases have skyrocketed over three weeks due to the omicron variant. The American Health Care Association (AHCA) and National Center for Assisted Living, which represents more than 14,000 nursing...

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Michigan Auditor General Report: Gretchen Whitmer Undercounted Covid Nursing Home Deaths By As Much...

A 2020 study revealed 45% of all US coronavirus deaths occurred in nursing homes. Only 0.6% of the US population lives in nursing homes but over 45% of the coronavirus deaths were in these centers. In August 2020 the Trump Department of Justice...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Gabriela Melendez-pelaez To Receive 2022 Penn Nursing Renfield Foundation Award For Global Women's...

Gabriela Melendez-Pelaez, a Guatemalan nurse-midwife, maternal health advocate, and the Founder of Asociacion Corazon del Agua, will receive the 2022 Penn Nursing Renfield Foundation Award for Global Women's Health for her tireless work in...

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“dr Fauci, Gimme That Ouchie” – Youtuber Dressed As A Nurse Trolls Dallas City Hall Meeting...

On Wednesday, YouTuber Alex Stein brought laughs and sparked outrage among both the Left and the Right when a video of him singing a song about the Covid-19 vaccine during this morning’s Dallas City Council Meeting went viral. The song...
Related topics: Vaccines, Health Videos

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Stress: Is It Time To Expose The Alcohol Con? [podcast]

“Stress is just part of the alcohol con trick. And the truth is that every benefit we have ever imagined alcohol giving us it doesn’t. It is a drug, and it works the same way as all other drugs. Many of my clients are doctors and nurses, and...
Related topics: Stress, Alcohol, Podcasts

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Social And Medical Sector Workers Gather In Paris For Strike

A few months ahead of presidential elections and amid the electoral campaign, the General Confederation of Labour (CGT) called on the staff of the hospital, nursing homes and social workers to mobilise to demand better working conditions.

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Nurse In Italy Caught Faking Shots, Ditching Vaccine: Police

The suspect allegedly faked giving coronavirus vaccinations to at least 45 people so they could get a health pass fraudulently.
Related topics: Vaccines, Police

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Wyomingites Overwhelmingly Want Physicians To Supervise Nurse Anesthetists And Respond To...

The Wyoming Society of Anesthesiologists (WYSOA) and the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) question and strongly oppose Gov. Mark Gordon's request for input from Wyoming medical and nursing boards, as well as the Wyoming Department of...
Related topics: Anesthesia

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Sue J. Gross Foundation $3 Million Gift To Uci Will Advance Nursing Training, Education

A $3 million gift to the University of California, Irvine from the Sue J. Gross Foundation will expand training and education opportunities in the Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing, which was established by a naming gift from The William and Sue...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Here We Go Again… Connecticut Asks Nursing Homes To Accept Covid-infected Patients From Hospitals...

A 2020 study revealed 45% of all US coronavirus deaths occurred in nursing homes. Only 0.6% of the US population lives in nursing homes but over 45% of the coronavirus deaths were in these centers. But not in the case of Connecticut. The state of...
Related topics: Medical Research

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