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What Millennial Nurses Look For When Choosing A Job

Millennials will account for 75 percent of the workforce by 2025. So it is important for healthcare organizations to understand what is important to this generation and use strategies to retain them.

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Increase in Number of NP’s Could Cause Problems For Hospitals

Physician shortage concerns has influenced the use of more Nurse Practitioners to provide primary care and fill gaps in rural areas.

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Support Programs To Help Nurses Deal With Stress

In order for a healthcare system to be successful in having high engagement, job satisfaction and retention, the Nursing workforce should be able to combat the stressors of the job and burnout.

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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses – The Growing Demand

Approximately 56 million American adults are struggling with a mental illness or substance use disorder, according to the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA).

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LGBTQ+ Health Disparities

LGBTQ+ people of all ages, races and ethnicities, religions, and social classes have experienced health inequalities.

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Poll Shows Nurses Are Trusted More Than Any Other Profession For 18th Year In A Row

Americans rate the honesty and ethics of Nurses highest among a list of professions for the 18th year in a row according to the National Gallup poll.

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Best Practices In Caring For Vision Impaired Patients

Vision impaired patients face many challenges when visiting hospitals for treatment. There are different ways staff and hospital design can help assist patients who are struggling.

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Loneliness and Social Isolation Is A Growing Health Concern

Social isolation is a growing epidemic. It’s becoming increasingly recognized as having critical consequences. According to recent surveys, the percentage of American adults who say they’re lonely has doubled from 20% to 40%, since the 1980s.

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Managing Stress During The Holidays

The holidays are meant to bring feelings of joy and cheer, but this time of year can also bring a lot of stress. No matter what holiday you celebrate, this season can affect us all. Especially Nurses, who work in an already stressful environment, as you juggle more difficult demands of …

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2020 Is The Year Of The Nurse

For the first time in history, the world will unite in celebrating the benefits that Nurses and Midwives bring to the health of the global population. The World Health Organization (WHO), has declared 2020 as The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife (YONM).

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