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June 2019 Vol. 14 No. 6

This month’s continuing nurse education article provides a pharmacologic update on oral anticoagulants. Many new medications are available, and this article offers insight into their pharmacokinetics, adverse effects, contraindications, and drug-to-drug interactions. This issue also includes the second part of two articles whose first parts were featured . . .

May 2019 Vol. 14 No. 5

This issue includes two articles with so much information that we had to break them into two parts. The first is a feature titled “Nursing considerations for procedural sedation and analgesia.” In Part 1, the author focuses on patient assessment, red flags, and pharmacologic agents. Part 2, which will be . . .

April 2019 Vol. 14 No. 4

The April issue of American Nurse Today celebrates Nurses Week with our second annual All-Pro Nursing Team Awards. We received many inspiring stories of teamwork from across the country, and the judging was difficult. Boston Children’s Hospital Cardiac Acute Care Unit Nursing Leadership Team was named the overall . . .

March 2019 Vol. 14 No. 3

Many articles have been written about nurse bullying and incivility. Topics range from building a culture of civility to addressing specific instances of bullying. But what if you’re accused of bullying? Would you know what to do? Our Healthy Nurse article reviews how you should handle an accusation of . . .

January 2019 Vol. 14 No. 1

 

 

Happy 2019! This first issue of the new year features some articles that are top of mind for many nurses. Our continuing nursing education article provides detailed information about medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder, including about specific medications and protocols related to nurse practitioner care. Another . . .

December 2018 Vol. 13 No. 12

 

More people in the United States are surviving strokes (a very good thing), but with survival comes the increased potential for readmission. How can nurses help patients successfully transition from the hospital to home or another care setting and reduce the chances of readmission? This month’s continuing nursing . . .

November 2018 Vol. 13 No. 11

 

It’s time for the results from the 2018 American Nurse Today Nursing Trends and Salary Survey. This year, over 4,000 nurses (both clinicians and managers) shared their thoughts on workplace violence, bullying, and job satisfaction.

Are you a critical care nurse? Have you ever expressed a lack . . .

October 2018 Vol. 13 No. 10

In this issue of American Nurse Today, we take a close look at nurse suicide, including the lack of research and information, the steps nursing can take to support colleagues suffering from depression or burn out, and how healthcare organizations can develop and implement suicide prevention resources and services. Other . . .

September 2018 Vol. 13 No. 9

Sit back and get comfortable, this issue is full of tons of great information. You’ll find features on the new hour-1 sepsis bundle, tips on fall prevention in hospitals (with accompanying CNE), and hepatitis C screening and treatment. In addition, we have three special sections: one on medication . . .

August 2018 Vol. 13 No. 8

This issue of American Nurse Today features an article on adolescent nonsuicidal self-injury. Did you know that the prevalence for this coping behavior is 18%? Young people self-injure as a way to deal with the feelings of frustration, helplessness, and anger that accompany all of the stress they . . .

July 2018 Vol. 13 No. 7

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Immunotherapy is becoming the standard of cancer care. Are you up-to-date on its indications, side effects, and nursing implications? This issue’s CNE article reviews three therapies: CAR T-cell therapy, oncolytic viral immunotherapy, and checkpoint inhibitors. Other clinical articles this . . .

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