March 2018 Vol. 13 No. 3

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Diabetes— Pharmacologic management update

Concentrated insulin and noninsulin medications help patients manage their diabetes. Takeaways: when large volumes of insulin are injected subcutaneously, inadequate…
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Emotional wellness

Learn how to manage stress for a healthy life. Takeaways: A little stress is good for the body and mind…
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Novel ethics champion programs

Three pediatric hospitals share tips for success. Takeaways: Ethics champion programs can connect nurses with the ethical foundations of nursing…
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Patient Safety Awareness Week

Shining a light on a public health crisis Each year, an important event is nationally recognized but frequently overshadowed by…
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Promoting high reliability on the front line

Create a safety culture by recognizing and reporting unsafe conditions, behaviors, and practices. Takeaways: High-reliability healthcare is consistently excellent and…
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Stopping acute upper-GI bleeds

Risk stratification and quick intervention can save lives. Takeaways: GI bleeding remains a major concern, particularly for the elderly with…

Supraventricular tachycardia

Quick action reverses SVT and prevents a disastrous outcome. Takeaways: Atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter are the most common subtypes…
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The imperative of humble leadership

By Donna Grande, MGA Empower your team through shared responsibility. In this world of social media, where people focus on…
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Transitions and transformation

A thank-you to Marla Weston.  The indelible mark left behind by a transformation­al leader is as unique as a fingerprint.…
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Why your nursing networks matter

Networks help you advance your career, provide high-quality care, and support your colleagues. Takeaways: Professional networks are crucially connected to…

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