Are you cross-training staff in preparation for the impending second wave of COVID-19? If so, how are you doing with the cross-training? What strategies have you found helpful that you could share with colleagues?
Engaging the community is a valuable way to educate the public on what nurses do, to recognize the contributions of the current nursing workforce, and to inspire future generations of nurses.
The third week of Nurses Month focuses on professional development. As nurse leaders we are tasked with fostering the growth and education of nurses, but how can we engage nurses to want to participate in professional development?
Many studies link rural populations with more obese individuals—and healthcare workers on the front lines are learning that obesity is a major risk factor for serious complications and poorer outcomes from COVID-19.
Analysis of the factors preventing adequate self-care among nurses, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, is the first step toward a more healthful workforce.
The American Heart Association, in collaboration with other professional organizations, released Interim Guidance for Life Support for COVID-19 which aims to protect rescuers delivering CPR, while at the same time providing timely, high-quality resuscitation to patients.
How do you provide prone positioning for at least 12 hours a day for COVID-19 patients and overcome the associated risks? Learn how the challenges can be overcome by using a specialized team approach.