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This New Orleans Nurse

Practitioner is Writing Her Own Story

This New Orleans Nurse <p> Practitioner is Writing Her Own Story </p>

Scharmaine Lawson-Baker, DNP, FNP-BC, RN, FAANP, is a family nurse practitioner in New Orleans, La. who also created a children’s book series celebrating nursing.

This New Orleans Nurse <p> Practitioner is Writing Her Own Story </p>

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March 15, 2016

We look at the transition from student nurse to a working nurse in the hospital in this episode of Nursing Notes Live. We bring back former National Student Nurses' Association President Kelly Hunt.

The most exciting milestone I have witnessed in mental health nursing over the past few years is the continued acceptance of mentally ill patients and the growing popularity and success of anti-stigma campaigns. These types of initiatives help encourage individuals to seek mental healthcare sooner and discuss their mental health symptoms.

Getting Real: Nursing Today
February 22, 2016

“The services I provide positively impact the Fire Department and make it stronger,” said John Modrzejewski, FNP-C. “Now we have another resource to quickly and effectively care for patients.”

Nurses Leading Innovation
February 11, 2016

Kerrie Klepfer and Jennifer LeBlanc are intensive care unit (ICU) nurses at Duke Raleigh Hospital in Raleigh, N.C. They are two of the four-person nurse team from their ICU that completed the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Clinical Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy. Their team’s project, “Walk this Way: Early Progressive Mobility in the ICU,” saved Duke Raleigh hospital nearly three million dollars, and their recommendations about increased patient mobility in the ICU have become a standard practice of care in their hospital, as well as hospitals around the world. Read on to learn more about the inspiration for their project and insights about their journey through nursing.

Nurses Leading Innovation
February 2, 2016

ICU nurses Kerrie Klepfer and Jennifer LeBlanc had no idea that their efforts would save their hospital 2.9 million dollars and inspire similar initiatives across the globe. They just wanted to see their patients experience a safer, quicker recovery.

Podcasts
February 10, 2016

The Future of Nursing chat with Pam Ressler. This month on the Nursing Notes Live podcast we discuss what is on the horizon for nurses and future innovations in the nursing space. This segment features Pamela Ressler, BSN, RN, HN-BC.

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