Stories from AHA Today.

In an American Hospital Association podcast, Orlando (Fla.) Health explains how it supports heart-healthy pregnancies and postpartum periods for mothers.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will hold a webinar about how health care providers and staff can better engage with patients and use their stories to provide safer and better care.
Primary health care teams participating in trainings on how to shape patient mindsets overwhelmingly felt the trainings were useful and supported care team members’ job satisfaction and their patients’ overall care, a study found.
A study for the first time precisely measures nurse and patient care assistant exposure rates to patient aggression in real time, illuminating how common workplace violence is.
Nurses and physicians agree improving staffing and aligning leadership with staff are the best solutions for reducing burnout, according to a KLAS Arch Collaborative report.
AONL member Betty Jo Rocchio, DNP, RN, says CNOs should ensure artificial intelligence makes the delivery of care more efficient and effective, rather than disrupts nurses.
AONL and other members of the Ad Hoc Nomination Consortium seek qualified nurses to serve on six federal policy committees.
In an AONL podcast, nurse leaders at IU Health Jay Hospital in Portland, Ind., explain how they collaborated with clinical nurses to implement a professional governance model that positively influenced key indicators.
AONL member Tiffany Murdock, PhD, RN, says her health system is considering a four-day work-week option for nurse leaders and weighing how artificial intelligence and predictive modeling can make staff scheduling easier.
AONL, the AHA and 50 other national organizations voiced support this week for the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act (H.R. 6205/S. 3211).