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Violence Prevention in Home Care Nursing

The need for in-home care has grown since COVID-19 because many fear contracting the virus in hospitals and clinics, especially among the elderly population.

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Johnson & Johnson Sponsors- Our Race to Health Equity Diversity Nursing Scholarship

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2021 Health Care Tech Tools

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought forward many new innovations and ways of delivering healthcare. New technology will give healthcare workers new opportunities to keep their patients and themselves safe.

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U.S Facing A Shortage of Health Care Workers As Pandemic Rages On

Nurses are a critical part of healthcare and make up the largest section of the health profession. According to The American Nurses Association (ANA), more Registered Nurse jobs will be available through 2022 than any other profession in the United States.

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Designer Thanks Nurses With Quarantine Art Project

Rebecca Moses, the fashion designer and artist painted 46 portraits of Mount Sinai’s Nurses and named the exhibition “Thank You, Mount Sinai Nurses.”.

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How To Make LGBTQ+ Patients Feel More Comfortable

LGBTQ+ health is a growing national concern due to increasing evidence of health care disparities experienced by the LGBTQ+ community.

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2020 RN Salary Information

The 2020 Nurse Salary Research Report,  by Nurse.com and Relias, surveyed more than 7,400 Nursing professionals nationwide.

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More Schools Are Hiring Chief Health Officers

More Universities and Colleges have considered hiring Chief Health Officers (CHO) as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on. Some responsibilities of the CHO would be to lead campus health and safety measures, create connections with state and local hospitals, and be the voice of information to students, employees and parents.

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How To Be a Great Nurse Leader During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) role was created by the American Association of Colleges in Nursing (AACN) in 2003.

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Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer

Aside from skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer affecting women in the U.S. The chance for a female to be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime has increased from 1 in 11 women in 1975 to 1 in 8 women.

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