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How to Recognize and Manage Heat-Related Illnesses in Patients
Learn the five different types of heat-related illnesses you might find in your patient: heat rash, sunburn, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. Do you know the symptoms to differentiate between each one? https://www.shiftmed.com/blog/heat-related-illnesses-in-patients/
Four Proactive Interventions To Alleviate Moral Distress in the ICU
A candid discussion of the angst that nurses experience when providing futile care that inflicts pain and suffering for patients with life-threatening illnesses. This leaves many critical care nurses feeling powerless and on the brink of burnout. https://allnurses.com/four-proactive-interventions-alleviate-moral-t747954/
6 Steps to Becoming a Psychiatric Nurse
Psychiatric nurses provide care to individuals suffering from mental health problems. They work in a variety of settings, from hospitals, to clinics, and in the community. Read this article to find out the six steps you need to follow in order to become a psychiatric nurse.
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Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist: What Is an SRNA, Salary, and How to Become One
For more than 150 years, nurses have been administering anesthesia, beginning with the first world war. The job path to becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) takes approximately 8 years, beginning with becoming a registered nurse, working in a critical care unit, then applying and graduating from an accredited nurse anesthesia program. https://allnurses.com/student-registered-nurse-anesthetist-what-t5044/
Allnurses.com What Does it Mean When Your Patient is Palliative?
Health care professionals often confuse the term "palliative" with dying. Clarification is essential for the terms palliative, palliative care, palliate, palliation, and hospice in order for nurses to provide appropriate care. https://allnurses.com/what-does-mean-when-your-t748034/
Addressing Burnout in Emergency Nursing: Self-Care Strategies for Stress Management
Emergency nursing is a stressful job with high potential for burnout. Recognizing the warning symptoms and acknowledging burnout is the first step towards recovery. Coping strategies such as debriefing sessions, self-care, and cross-training can help these nurses halt burnout and find balance in their lives. https://www.healthecareers.com/career-resources/nurse-wellbeing/burnout-in-emergency-nursing-self-care-strategies
What Qualifications Do Nurse Managers And Recruiters Look For When Hiring Nurses
Nurses must meet standard hiring competencies but managers and recruiters also look for other skills that complement a quality candidate. Some of these skills are excellent communication and interpersonal skills, critical thinking, organizational and computer skills. https://www.healthecareers.com/career-resources/nurse-career/what-qualifications-do-nurse-managers-and-recruiters-look-for-when-hiring-nurses
Should You Get Vaccinated When You Are Pregnant?
Pregnant moms wonder whether they should be vaccinated when pregnant. The yearly Influenza vaccine, Tdap, and Covid-19 vaccines are recommended but some others such as the MMR, HPV, and travel vaccines are not. https://healthnews.com/family-health/pregnancy/should-you-get-vaccinated-when-you-are-pregnant/
What Can I Do if My Baby Is Tongue-Tied and I Can't Breastfeed?
Babies who are tongue-tied, also known as ankyloglossia, can experience difficulties with breastfeeding due to a weak or ineffective latch. Symptoms include nipple pain, poor weight gain, and a heart-shaped tongue. Physicians can perform a surgical procedure, called a frenotomy, to release the tongue-tie. https://healthnews.com/family-health/pregnancy/what-can-i-do-if-my-baby-is-tongue-tied-and-cant-breastfeed/
KingdomCatalyst: Is Chronic Stress Killing You?
Chronic stress is the source of many chronic illnesses that could be prevented or improved upon with personal insight and knowledge. Review the healthy stress reaction and consider the symptoms of chronic stress on your body. https://thekingdomcatalyst.com/is-chronic-stress-killing-you/
Livestrong Blog: An ordinary guy living an extraordinary life: Phil’s Story (1 of 5)
In 2013, Phil ran a Livestrong marathon in honor of a friend who was battling cancer. Two months later, Phil received a diagnosis of prostate cancer. Read Phil's story and find out how he went from running world marathons to riding a bicycle for Livestrong at the upcoming TD Five Boro Bike Tour in New York City, May 7, 2023. https://blog.livestrong.org/an-ordinary-guy-living-an-extraordinary-life-phils-story-1-of-5-45d7cd93dc7e
MCN Healthcare: How to Utilize Policy Managment Software to Improve Quality of Care
MCN's Policy Managment Software is designed by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals. When a customer buys this software, they receive customizable quality policies with automatic updates. This improves accessibilty, patient safety, and time management.
MCN Healthcare: Using Nursing Policy Management to Ensure Quality Care
Nursing policy management is an essential component to ensuring quality care for patients in our healthcare system. Read how MCN Healthcare Policy Management Software Solutions facilitates policy management with their comprehensive library filled with healthcare policies that can be tailored to your organization's needs.