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Numbers Don’t Lie: Nursing Most Trusted Profession Again

A global pandemic, constant disruptions, and staffing shortages – none of them were enough to stop the nursing profession from being named "America's Most...

Retaining nurses to mitigate shortages

Flexibility, creative policies, and new care models are key to retention. Takeaways: 22% of RNs and 20% of nurse leaders may leave their position within...

Artificial intelligence in nursing

Practical implementation in clinical settings. Editor's note: This is an early release of a web exclusive article for the January 2022 issue of American Nurse...

Climate courage

Act now to protect the global population.  I’ve always accepted the science of global warming, but I stayed on the sidelines. I didn’t think it...

Bright spots for the new year

COVID-19 care innovations worth keeping. We’ve lived through three waves of COVID-19 and learned from each one. New ways to care grew out of necessity,...

Navigating authority gradients

Four approaches can help promote effective communication and positive outcomes. Takeaways: Authority gradients occur when individuals perceive differences in status that make them feel uncomfortable. ...

Differentiation syndrome: An emerging oncologic complication

Nurses are critical to recognizing and managing this life-threatening condition.  Learning Objectives  Identify the pathophysiology of differentiation syndrome (DS). Compare DS with tumor lysis syndrome. ...

Interprofessional practice: A blueprint for success

Professional identity and role clarity are essential components. Takeaways: Professional role clarity is integral to successful interprofessional collaborative practice. Role-based collaborative practice by all stakeholders...

Suicide assessment and follow-up care

Nursing skills and implications. Takeaways: Suicide is a preventable and growing public health risk, and nurses are in a prime position to provide assessment and...

Medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorders: Implications for surgical patients

Perioperative considerations nurses need to know for elective surgery. Takeaways: Nursing care requires familiarization with medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorders, as well as...

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AHA: It’s Safe to Treat High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy

High blood pressure during pregnancy can present significant risks to mother and child, but practitioners have sometimes be hesitant to prescribe blood pressure medication...