July 2022 Vol. 17 No. 7

active engagement

Active nursing professional engagement

Find your voice and trust your instincts.  Takeaways: Actively engaged nurses experience less burnout and contribute to better patient care.…
Nurse Sentencing

ANA Enterprise News, July 2022

ANA reacts to sentencing of nurse RaDonda Vaught In response to the May 13 sentencing of former Vanderbilt University Medical…

ANA names 2022 National Award recipients

The American Nurses Association (ANA) announced the recipients of its 2022 National Awards in May. ANA’s National Awards recognize outstanding…
Atypical myocardial infarction

Atypical myocardial infarction

Clinical judgment leads to swift action.   Takeaways: Myocardial infarctions may present differently in women than men. Not all cardiac emergencies…
COVID-19 and palliative care

COVID-19 and palliative care

Primary care symptom management can enhance quality of life and prevent hospitalization.  Takeaways: Early identification and reporting of symptomatic COVID-19…

Don’t say “no” to yourself

Anne Manton is inducted into the ANA Hall of Fame.  Anne Manton, PhD, RN, FAEN, FAAN, has made contributions to…
Ending the crisis

Ending the crisis

Think Tank proposes short-term actions for improved staffing.  To call the nurse staffing shortage a crisis in no way exaggerates…
Gratitude for nurses

Gratitude for nurses

In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the public’s recognition of and gratitude for nurses was on constant display—from…
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome

Early diagnosis and treatment can help ensure good outcomes.  Takeaways: Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is characterized by too little…

Quality improvement

Nursing’s integral role  Staci S. Reynolds Quality improvement (QI) seeks to standardize structures and processes in the healthcare setting to…
Racism in Nursing: Commission Report

Reporting on racism in nursing

National Commission finds nurses of color harmed by practices, policies, individual behaviors across key aspects of the profession In a…
Nursing Shortage

The nursing shortage

This one is different  We all talk about the nursing shortage. In fact, we’ve been experiencing it for decades. However,…
When staff disengage

When staff disengage

Re-engagement is a two-way street.   Takeaways: Research indicates that pandemic experiences have led nurses to disengage at a rate twice…

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