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Author: Beth Lyman, MSN, RN, CNSC, FASPEN; Christine Peyton, MS, RN, CPNP-AC; Frances Healey, PhD, RN
Is your practice up-to-date?
Recent studies have shown that more than 88% of nurses are using non-evidence based methods for verification …
Author: Susan Trossman, RN
As a child, Pam Ball, BSN, RN, NE-BC, recalls her mother pointing to a sign whenever the family drove past the county hospital that …
Throughout acute care—from the emergency department to the operating room and the critical-care unit—protecting patients’ skin from pressure injuries (PIs) can sometimes be low on the priority list when faced with immediate life-threatening situations. However, PIs can become life-threatening and most are avoidable when excellent assessment, physical care, multidisciplinary teamwork, and technology are used to ensure adequate perfusion. In this special supplement to American Nurse Today, you’ll find best practices related to specific acute-care environments and insight into clinical solutions such as support surfaces, technology, and collaborative care. You’ll also want to read the case studies from nurses who have developed and implemented PI prevention strategies in their acute-care settings.
Author: By Christine Hedges, PhD, RN, NE-BC; Erica Wolak, MHA, BSN, RN, NE-BC; Cheryl A. Smith-Miller, PhD, RN-BC; Turkeisha Brown, MSN, RN, NE-BC
Get staff engaged in evidence-based practice and quality-improvement projects.
Using a participatory and shared governance approach, nurses conducted evidence reviews to identify …
Embarking on the path to continuing your education, whether you’re a recently licensed RN or a highly skilled professional with years of experience, begins with the questions you ask yourself.
These are questions only you can answer for yourself, but this year’s American Nurse Today 2017/2018 Education Guide, provides you with facts, figures, other nurses’ experiences, and tons of other resources to help you in your journey.