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Battling burnout in healthcare

This article was supplied to American Nurse Journal by FirstNet and did not undergo peer review. Are you leading from the front?  A bout a year before I…
Handling hazardous drugs in healthcare

Handling hazardous drugs in healthcare

Safety and best practice for nurses  AnnMarie Walton One of the bittersweet ironies of healthcare is that drugs powerful enough to kill cancer cells also can harm healthy…
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Implementing evidence in nursing education

This article is sponsored content supplied to American Nurse Journal by Michigan State University College of Nursing, East Lansing, MI, and is not peer reviewed. We’ve all heard this excuse…
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Ovarian Cancer

A call to action for early detection and diagnosis. This article was provided to American Nurse Journal by Aspira Women’s Health and did not undergo peer review. Despite…
preventing workplace violence

Prevention starts with awareness

This article is sponsored content supplied to American Nurse Journal by Crisis Prevention Institute, Milwaukee, WI, and is not peer reviewed. Engaging healthcare systems to prevent workplace violence.  AlGene Caraulia has…
Stop pouring from an empty cup

Stop pouring from an empty cup

This article is sponsored content supplied to American Nurse Journal by FirstNet, and is not peer reviewed. The need for nurses to make their own health a priority is critical. As…

The posttraumatic nurse

Focus on growth rather than disorder. The last several years have been tough as a result of the pandemic, social unrest, retention issues, burnout, and overwhelming exhaustion. Patients…

Understanding infusion pump technology

Safety and usability direct next-generation smart pump innovations. Nurses look to technology to help solve problems, and they recognize that addressing smart pump technology can help solve ongoing…
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What are your shift pain points?

Staffing—it’s complicated. As a frontline nurse, you acutely feel the pain when plans to adequately staff units go awry. As a nurse leader, you are constantly challenged by…

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