January 2019 Vol. 14 No. 1

complicated adenovirus

A complicated case of adenovirus

Immunocompromised patients are at risk for serious complications. Takeaways: Adenovirus, which typically presents as a febrile respiratory illness for 1 week, is most commonly found in infants, children,…
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ANA News: January 2019

Pathway Conference + Quality and Innovation Two exceptional nursing conferences—American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Pathway to Excellence Conference® and American Nurses Association (ANA) Quality and Innovation Conference— will…

ANA on the Frontline, January 2019

Learn about the top issues facing ANA member nurses, how ANA is working for you, and what ANA is doing to advance nursing. In this issue: Safe patient…
consistent quality communication

Consistent, quality communication

Nurses help lead efforts on safe patient handoffs and transfers Note: This is the first of two articles in a series looking at nurses’ contributions in addressing patient…

Healthy Nurse, Healthy New Jersey

Leadership principles help guide campaign for RNs’ health. EDITOR’S NOTE: New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA) received the ANA Enterprise’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation™ Partners All In Award…

January 2019 Vol. 14 No. 1

Happy 2019! This first issue of the new year features some articles that are top of mind for many nurses. Our continuing nursing education article provides detailed information…
living legends

Living Legends make their mark on nursing

Accomplishments positively impact health and healthcare FOR SOME NURSES, their work stands the test of time. Such is the case with seven nurse leaders who received the American…
nursing research education

Near-peer mentoring for nursing research education

This collaborative approach instills confidence in novice researchers, prepares more experienced nurses for future leadership, and expands the reach of established experts. Takeaways: To develop confidence among novice…
np medication treatment opioid disorder

NP role in medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder

Combine medication and counseling with shared decision-making to treat addiction. Takeaways: Medication-assisted treatment (MAT), an evidence-based intervention for opioid use disorder and withdrawal symptom management, combines medication with counseling…
reader feedback 2019

Reader Feedback, January 2019

THIS IS WHERE we share some of the comments, insights, and thoughts we receive from readers. Contact us at myamericannurse.com/send-letter-editor. (more…)
ringing new year

Ringing in the new year

New look for American Nurse Today, new ANA leadership ANOTHER YEAR has gone by, and new excitement is afoot. From new section titles in American Nurse Today to new…
schwartz rounds self-care

Schwartz Rounds: Self-care at its finest

Compassionate care supports patients and caregivers. Takeaways: Compassionate care promotes hope in patients and supports caregivers. Schwartz Rounds® provide a structured forum for members of the interprofessional healthcare…
succeeding complicated times

Succeeding in complicated times

Leadership success requires understanding that healthcare organizations are a world of connections. I WAS SITTING in my easy chair watching Monday night football when I experienced a tiny epiphany:…
ana nurse connection

The ANA-nurse connection

Advancing the nursing profession and healthcare together FIRST, I’d like to wish everyone a happy and healthy new year and thank you in advance for all the great work…
verbal de-escalation safety

Verbal de-escalation for clinical practice safety

 The right tools—and support from your organization—will protect you and your patients. Takeaways: Nurses and other healthcare workers are harmed by violent patients and family members and need…
what if youre the bully

What if you’re the bully?

 Self-awareness and honest feedback can help you make a change. Takeaways: Bullying and incivility are prevalent in the nursing profession, so we each need to determine if and…

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