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Helping Nurses Make Bigger Changes for their Smallest Patients
Helping Nurses Make Bigger Changes for their Smallest Patients

Advances in technology are helping healthcare providers improve outcomes for patients of all ages, including babies born with single ventricle heart disease.

Helping Nurses Make Bigger Changes for their Smallest Patients

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Advancing Health Outcomes
April 13, 2016

Some healthcare organizations today provide nurses with apps to use on hospital-issued mobile devices to help easily document, retrieve and communicate patient information at the point-of-care.

Podcasts
March 29, 2016
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Angela Mackay, MSN, BSN, PHN, RN, a psychiatric resource nurse at Regions Hospital in Saint Paul, Minn. This month on the Nursing Notes Live podcast we look at two nurses in unique settings of nursing care.

Graduating from nursing school and starting your journey as a new nurse can be daunting at first, but hearing firsthand from new nurses on how they made their way can help ease that fear. We sat down with Joseph Potts, BSN, RN, past president of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) and current clinical nurse II at Orlando Health in Orlando, Fla., to discuss his journey during his first full year as a nurse in the real world.

Spotlight
February 11, 2016

The 2016 National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) Annual Convention will be in Orlando, Fla., from March 30 to April 3, at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort and Convention Center. This year’s theme, “Where Imaginations and Journeys Meet,” will give the thousands of students who attend the opportunity to attend workshops about health advocacy, interprofessionalism, community health and disaster preparedness among other topics, as well as learn from NCLEX test prep sessions and network with nursing faculty and students from across the country.

Podcasts
March 24, 2016
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Mary Frances Bruckmeier is part of a public library nurse program in Pima County, Arizona that serves the homeless and underserved in that community.

The Modern Nurse
March 23, 2016

Mary Frances Bruckmeier, RN, BSN, is a public health nurse with the Pima County Health Department in Tucson, Ariz. Several times a week, she spends her days at the Pima County Public Library, where she helps anyone in need seeking healthcare.

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