Patient Safety Primers > Missed Nursing Care:
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Some good information here for use by those of us interested in Missed/Rationed nursing care.
The American Nurses Association and others respond to an Op-Ed article about nurse-patient ratios.
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Yes, here is another link to a news story about the need for better nurse staffing. Lack of action is not coming from lack of awareness. What can we do to assure that patients in hospitals receive adequate care regardless of time of day or day of the week?
Have nurses felt any relief since this resolution was passed last Fall?
This resolution was passed last Fall. Has it had any effect where you work?
Check out this youtube video featuring Linda Aiken discussing fatigue and nurse surveillance
As nurses, we need to ensure that the germs we deal with at work don’t make their way to our home. Here are some practical strategies that can help.
Good suggestions! I cringe when I see folks in scrubs eating in restaurants or in stores carrying small children. Whether heading to or from work, these ways of spreading germs are troubling.
What are your thoughts?
‘On several occasions during the exam… breaking down and crying’
Please give us your opinion about this case. What is fair and appropriate accommodation? Is that realistic for a nursing student?
Be sure to watch this video of the newscast.http://wnep.com/2015/05/12/student-suing-misericordia-university-officials-after-failing-to-pass-course/
In September 2013, just as Covered California was preparing to enroll a million new patients in the state’s healthcare system, the state Senate caved to pressure from the California Medical Assn.
I would really like to hear from my APN friends about the conclusions reached in this article.