Calling the Shots: Nursing News and Notes

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Are the nation’s healthcare facilities prepared to assimilate the new grads into patient care?
07/30/2015
As colleges mint new nurses at an increased rate, are the nation’s healthcare facilities prepared to assimilate the new grads into patient care?
07/28/2015
NIH is investing in its largest study to date into how physical activity affects the human body.
07/23/2015
An all-registered nurse staff isn’t a Magnet standard requirement.
07/21/2015
Those who haven't gone electronic already are motivated by incentives and penalties.
07/16/2015
U.S. healthcare facilities should be on the alert for MERS; a respiratory viral infection that’s spread from an infected person’s secretions, when the person coughs.
07/14/2015
Universal Design can make hospital work environments more user friendly for everyone.
07/09/2015
US News latest rankings of the top children's hospitals has a new #1.
07/07/2015
Physicians and C-suite healthcare executives aren’t exactly known for emotional vulnerability. But the next—and last—step of the federal government’s Meaningful Use program has got them rattled.
07/07/2015
A Preview of the 2015 Meeting in Las Vegas
07/02/2015
Lyme disease isn’t the only tick-borne illness in town; Borrelia miyamotoi is a newly emerging tick-borne infection.

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