Life at Work

Staying ahead of healthcare delivery changes and current trends can help nurse leaders determine where to allocate time and resources.
Stay current with vaccinations. Viral respiratory illness season has arrived. Many people may be behind with their annual and routine vaccinations. What can nurses…
Leverage existing and emerging tools to help address this persistent nursing challenge. Lillee Gelinas Artificial intelligence (AI) can help identify signs of staff burnout…
Indigenous nursing programs are making room for new perspectives When Angela Acuna, BSN, RN, heard about the Indians in Nursing: Career Advancement and Transition…
Theoretical debates about gun violence disappear within the realities of practice: the emergency department (ED) nurse supporting a family who’s lost a loved one…
Build trust with active listening and a positive work environment. Takeaways: Emotional intelligence—which includes active listening, empathy, and compassion—refers to your ability to understand…
Innovation, change management, persistence define successful strategies Appropriate staffing—a dynamic process that aligns the number of nurses, their workload, expertise, and resources with patient…
The power of dignity-conserving care to promote nurse and patient well-being Takeaways: When providing end-of-life care, nurses face ethical dilemmas related to the dying…
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed several gaps in our healthcare system, including the ongoing challenge of nurse safety and workplace violence (WPV). Organizations that tracked…
Patients ready for discharge frequently remain in their rooms for various reasons, such as waiting for transportation, outpatient medications, and durable medical equipment (DME).…

Cultivating change

Staying ahead of healthcare delivery changes and current trends can help nurse leaders determine where to allocate time and resources.

Getting shots in arms

Stay current with vaccinations. Viral respiratory illness season has arrived. Many people may be behind with their annual and routine vaccinations. What…

AI can identify signs of staff burnout

Leverage existing and emerging tools to help address this persistent nursing challenge. Lillee Gelinas Artificial intelligence (AI) can help identify signs of…

Native knowledge

Indigenous nursing programs are making room for new perspectives When Angela Acuna, BSN, RN, heard about the Indians in Nursing: Career Advancement…

The role of nurses in firearm safety

Theoretical debates about gun violence disappear within the realities of practice: the emergency department (ED) nurse supporting a family who’s lost a…

Communication tips for nurse leaders

Build trust with active listening and a positive work environment. Takeaways: Emotional intelligence—which includes active listening, empathy, and compassion—refers to your ability…

In search of staffing solutions

Innovation, change management, persistence define successful strategies Appropriate staffing—a dynamic process that aligns the number of nurses, their workload, expertise, and resources…

Moral distress and end-of-life care

The power of dignity-conserving care to promote nurse and patient well-being Takeaways: When providing end-of-life care, nurses face ethical dilemmas related to…

Workplace violence policy

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed several gaps in our healthcare system, including the ongoing challenge of nurse safety and workplace violence (WPV). Organizations…

Discharge hospitality center

Patients ready for discharge frequently remain in their rooms for various reasons, such as waiting for transportation, outpatient medications, and durable medical…
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