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Nurses Leading Innovation
January 30, 2017

In ICUs around the country, nurses are at the forefront of revolutionizing quality of care by delivering a more personalized patient experience with the help of advanced technology.

Getting Real: Nursing Today
December 12, 2016

Medical emergencies can happen at any time. For trauma nurse Julie Stroyne Nixon, RN, BSN, her wedding night was about more than her wedding, it was about saving a life. Walking to her wedding after-party with her husband Andrew Nixon, the bride saw an unconscious woman lying on a bench nearby. Bystanders were calling for help and Stroyne, still in her wedding gown, ran to help.

Getting Real: Nursing Today
November 28, 2016

Lindsay Baumhofer, RN, is a nurse at the surgical intensive care unit (ICU) at Emory Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. A second career nurse, she knew she wanted to jump into nursing with both feet. We talked to Lindsay to discuss her calling toward nursing and why she thinks that starting out as a surgical ICU nurse was a great way to launch her nursing career.

Podcasts
November 21, 2016

Angela Ballard, RN, is an emergency room nurse and an emergency medical technician (EMT) whose passion is using her healthcare background and her years of professional writing experience to provide approachable medical education, advocacy and insights to a wide range of audiences. Learn more about her background and why she thinks it's so important for nurses to stay up-to-date on research in this episode of the Nursing Notes Live Podcast.

Getting Real: Nursing Today
August 30, 2016

Tim Lenth, RN, and his son Adam Lenth, RN, are air medical flight nurses. They must work together to administer care in high acuity situations – all while flying 145 miles per hour, hundreds of feet above ground, in the tight confines of a helicopter.

Nurses Leading Innovation
June 15, 2016

Telemedicine is here to stay. According to an article published in the American Journal of Critical Care (AJCC) earlier this year, telemedicine is changing the way patient care is provided in a growing number of intensive care units across the country.

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