CALLING THE SHOTS

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      • Avoiding Burnout in Nurse Leaders

        Published Jun 29 2017, 08:00 PM by Lippincott Solutions
        • burnout
        • AONE
        • nurse staffing
        • AHA
        • chief nursing officer
        • American Hospital Association
        • Nurse leader
        • resiliency
        • American Organization of Nurse Executives
        • teamwork
        • CNO

        With so many priorities, how can nurse leaders avoid burnout? 

      • Adequate Nurse Staffing Reduces Postoperative Readmissions

        Published Jul 26 2016, 08:00 PM by Lippincott Solutions
        • value
        • Readmissions
        • nurse staffing
        • patient outcomes
        • nurse working conditions
        • University of Penn School of Nursing

        Each additional patient in a nurse’s workload is associated with 8% higher odds of an early readmission.

      • The Surprising Link Between Magnet Status and Value

        Published Apr 06 2016, 08:00 PM by Lippincott Solutions
        • nurse staffing
        • ANCC Magnet
        • value
        • nursing environment
        • patient care
        • Magnet
        • mortality
        • cost
        • quality
        • ANCC

        Better nursing work environments are associated with superior care.

      • New Nurse Workforce Numbers ‘Not as Dark and Scary’

        Published Dec 02 2015, 07:00 PM by Lippincott Solutions
        • nursing shortage
        • nurse staffing
        • nurse retirement
        • new nurse graduates
        • American Public Health Association
        • nursing workforce
        • young nurses

        Thanks to an infusion of new RNs into the profession, the predicted nursing shortage is looking much less threatening.

      • How the Silver Tsunami Will Shape Long-Term Care

        Published Jun 04 2014, 08:00 PM by Lippincott Solutions
        • Baby Boomer
        • nursing workforce
        • nurse staffing

        The first wave of baby boomers will be turning 80 in 2026, but now is the time to get ready for this enormous demographic shift that will place unprecedented demands on American health care and long-term care systems.  Called the “Silver Tsunami”, the tidal wave of 78 million aging baby boomers threatens to overwhelm a health care system that is currently not fully equipped to handle the onslaught. 

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