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Today in Nursing Leadership Podcast
The ongoing effects of COVID-19 pandemic are taking a significant toll on the mental and physical health of our nurses. Hear from Crystal Morales on how implementing a director of nurse wellbeing helped repair and improve nurses mental and physical health through critical resources and education.
Tools and Tactics for success. Nursing leaders prevented hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) during the recent pandemic patient surges with a combination of teamwork, data-driven technologies and enhanced safety protocols.
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Deb Washington discusses strategies on how to recruit and retain a diverse nursing workforce of BIPOC professionals (Black, Indigenous and People of Color).
Healthcare providers are facing a shortage of available nursing staff. In this guide, we discuss how Workforce Management Software can help them retain and attract staff.
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Hear from Rachel Culpepper on how to become an advocate to make an impact on nursing issues affecting your patients, community and nursing teams.
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Dr. John “Skip” Williams discusses how software technology designed for critical care units can benefit nurses during shift changes by providing all relevant information on their patients, reducing clinician burden and EMR stress.
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Nurses and leaders are experiencing moral adversity that can lead to various types of moral suffering. Cynda Rushton discusses an evidence based program that offers a pathway to fortify nurses inherent resilience and integrity and arm them with the tools necessary to meet the inevitable ethical challenges that arise in health care.
AMN Healthcare’s SPECIAL REPORT on the 2021 Survey of Registered Nurses, Nursing and the Nation: Extreme Challenges, Extraordinary Impact illustrates the pandemic’s impact on the mental health and wellbeing of nurses.
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Health care is hungry for exemplary nursing leadership for the future. Traditional approaches/structures are no longer adequate. Tim Porter-O'Grady explores how professional governance provides the structural requisite for advancing this essential leadership.
Using technology to improve patient care and staff efficiency. Artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and remote monitoring tools hold great promise in health care. Some of these tools go a long way in supporting clinicians, especially during the pandemic.
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Rose Hedges and Carmen Kleinsmith discuss how clinicians used an open culture of frontline innovation to build just-in-time devices for COVID-19 protocols in ICU patient care, PPE and patient transportation.
The AMN Healthcare 2021 Survey of Registered Nurses illustrates the pandemic’s impact on the mental health and wellbeing of nurses, highlights trends of nurses seeking advanced education and training, and provides unique viewpoints on diversity, equality, and inclusion in the healthcare environment.
The omicron subvariant BA.2 accounts for 35% of U.S. COVID-19 cases nationwide and more than 50% in the Northeast, according to estimates from the CDC
Workforce management strategy can be complex, but one thing is clear: Some employers are overlooking critical details in driving staff engagement. A survey of more than 200 health care workers nationwide to gain insights into how well health care organizations are supporting their team members.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nurses in unprecedented ways. Based on our comprehensive national survey, we share new insights on this crisis, and what this means for the future of the profession.
This randomized controlled trial evaluates a novel Force-Activated Separation Device (FASD) to determine its impact on PIV complication rates and delays in infusion therapy.
Legislation mandating nurse staffing ratios is growing across the country. In 1999 California was the first to pass such a law, which went into effect in 2004. 🔒 AONL Members Only🔒
The American Organization for Nursing Leadership partnered with Joslin Marketing to conduct a longitudinal study on the impact of COVID-19 on nursing leadership in key areas over time.