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Many nurses encounter patients in their practice who disagree with prescribed treatment or preventive measures based on “facts” they’ve gathered online.

Combat healthcare untruths with community outreach

When confronted with false or misleading information, nurses sometimes find themselves in challenging conversations with patients and families, which may disrupt their ability to provide safe, high-quality care.…

Overcoming misinformation and disinformation

Spreading falsehoods is a threat to nursing practice and patient safety. Lillee Gelinas How do you learn information, both true and false? How do you know the difference?…

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