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Nurse Saving Animal Lives With Patient’s Donated Pacemakers

Terri Matula, Cardiovascular Nurse at the Navicent Health center, is saving many animal lives by recycling used pacemakers.

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Free Nursing CEUs

A contact hour is 50 or 60 minutes of instruction in a board-approved Nursing continuing education class or activity. One Continuing Education Unit (CEU) equals ten contact hours. Many Nurses continuing education courses are measured by CEUs to fulfill the Nursing program continuing education requirements.

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Nurse Innovators: the Future of Healthcare

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) defines innovation as “a new way of doing things to improve healthcare delivery”. Innovation can happen in your processes, systems, business models, as well as other “new” products or services.

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What It Takes To Be A Great Nurse Leader

Patient numbers are growing and so is the pressure for health care organizations to operate efficiently. Educated and experienced Nurse leaders are needed to manage teams, patient care, and promote organizational goals. In order to accomplish these goals, a successful Nurse leader must possess certain qualities that include…

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Top TED Talks For Nurses

TED talks are a community of short talks, usually under 18 minutes long with the goal to use the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and, ultimately, the world. Here is a list of top Nursing TED talks that motivate, inspire, and engage!

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Some Tips for A Successful Diversity And Inclusion Program

Organizations put a lot of effort into their Diversity and Inclusion programs and yet few of these efforts yield results. What are some of the reasons why D&I programs fail?

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You Can Help Human Trafficking Victims

An article from the American Journal of Nursing notes the precise numbers are impossible to determine but, it’s estimated that between 600,000 and 800,000 adults and children worldwide are trafficked across international borders annually and made to work under brutal and inhumane conditions.

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Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association 50th Anniversary

Join Us in Celebrating the Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association 50th Anniversary by Supporting Nursing Education!  Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of the Most Trusted Profession!

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Nurses are Dealing with Tough Issues

As you know, Nursing is a demanding profession that requires a lot of dedication and commitment. The field has challenges that you must constantly work to overcome.

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Growing Leadership Diversity in Healthcare Benefits Everyone

Illness is blind to race, gender and ethnic origins. Since you are in the business of caring for others, it’s critically important to ensure that clinicians, executives and even members of the governing boards, accurately represent the communities you serve. 

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