February 2019 Vol. 14 No. 2

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A new generation of nurses is here

Strategies for working with Generation Z. Takeaways: Generation Z nurses, born between the mid-1990s and 2012, are now entering the…
power two

ANA News, February 2019

The power of two Join thousands of your fellow nurses, be inspired, and elevate your career by attending the ANCC…
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Errors, care, and the bottom line

Try a mock survey to ensure patient safety. PRESIDENT Calvin Coolidge once said, “The chief business of the American people…

February 2019 Vol. 14 No. 2

The good news is that more people are surviving breast cancer. But with survivorship comes long-term treatment effects (fatigue, hot…
first last line defense

First and last line of defense

Nurses are crucial to ensuring the safety of patients and the public. NURSES want every interaction with every patient to be…
mentoring minority nurses

Mentoring minority nurses

African Americans accounted for just 3.4% of nursing leadership positions, according to a 2013 national survey by the American Organization…
preventing harm

Preventing harm

Reporting, recognition, and just culture can make a difference Editor’s note: This article is the second in a two-part series…
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Pulmonary atelectasis and retained secretions

Critical thinking averts serious consequences. Takeaways: Atelectasis is a serious postoperative pulmonary complication. Risk factors include advanced age, obesity, upper…
safety culture journey

Safety culture: A journey to zero

Interprofessional collaboration drives culture change. Takeaways: To effectively eradicate serious patient harm, an organization needs to aspire to be a…
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Strategies for nurse leaders

Turn your vision into a road map for others. AUDREY M. STEVENSON, PhD, MPH, MSN, FNP-BC, has spent much of…
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The extraordinary impact of endings

Why wrapping up well is essential for nurses and beneficial to patients. Takeaways: Encounter endings hold extraordinary impact when recalled.…

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