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Can you get COVID-19 from your groceries?Associate Professor of Food Microbiology Julian Cox, from the UNSW school of Engineering, joins the podcast to discuss the risks of contracting the coronavirus through food and groceries.

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Unprepared and Out of the Loop: The School Nursing Shortage Hits HomeSchool districts across the country are in the process of making a difficult decision: reopen in the fall or keep students at home to limit the spread of the coronavirus....

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Concern over Hancock's comments on revalidation and bureaucracyMoves to “bust bureaucracy” in the NHS must not come at the expense of hard-won safety improvements such as revalidation for nurses and midwives, a leading healthcare union has warned.

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Pursuit of ‘short-term savings' left Northern Ireland with too few nursesMore than one in 10 nursing posts in Northern Ireland were vacant by the end of last year while the region has seen dramatic increases in spending on agency staff, a new report shows.

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Challenged By Another ReligionHello Rewritten Family️ In this vlog I have an interesting conversation with a gentleman from another faith.

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Nurses: In the Face-Off With COVID, We're Doing 'Alright'We’ve done alright through war, earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, and typhoons. We’re neither politicians, nor business owners; we’re not in banking or finance.

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More flexible working is a€˜cruciala€™, says NHS People Plan AOffering flexibility in clinical roles is ‘crucial’ to the NHS retaining its existing workforce, said the NHS People Plan published last week.

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Bringing a Human Touch to Tech with Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin, MD and Stacey KirkThe WoMed is here for you this week with a dose of inspiring news in these crazy times!

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4 Tips For Studying Nursing at Home During COVIDI want to give you guys a couple of tips on selecting the appropriate study environment for you right now.

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Covid-19 drives positive change in nurse educationThe national coronavirus lockdown forced universities throughout the UK to close their doors and shift to online learning with very little warning or preparation time.

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Defining Nursing Career Success on Your Own TermsEvery nurse and healthcare professional has the opportunity to define success in their own way.

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The Other End of the Stethoscope with Marcus EngelIn this episode, Adrianne has a lovely chat with author, public speaker, and founder of the not-for-profit I'm Here Movement, Marcus Engel.

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Roll-out of 2 new rapid coronavirus tests ahead of winterMillions of new rapid coronavirus tests will be rolled out across NHS hospitals, care homes and labs from next week.

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The Complete Guide to Freebies and Discounts for NursesWith healthcare workers continuing to fight the latest worldwide pandemic, it's more important than ever to take care of those protecting our health.

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Marginal Cord Insertion Placenta ExperienceMarginal cord insertion can pose some risks to a pregnancy, especially since the baby may not be able to get all of the needed nutrients in some cases.

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Correctional Nurse Clinical Update: Red EyeThe complaint of red eye is common in the correctional environment. It may or may not be associated with vision changes or complete visual loss.

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Updates to the shielding programme on national and regional levelsShielding guidance for clinically extremely vulnerable to be paused from 01 August across England.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci Updates the Nation on Capitol HillIt was a busy day for Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who appeared on Capitol Hill today to take questions from lawmakers on a range of different topics, including a possible vaccine, reopening schools, and the controversial drug known as hydroxychloroquine.

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Nurses Showing The Faces Behind The MasksThe goal of these projects is to eliminate or reduce a level of fear and anxiety for patients, especially children, who find comfort in seeing the smiling faces of healthcare team members.

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The Real Story Behind the Group Touting Hydroxychloroquine as a CureIf you’ve been on social media this week, you’ve probably seen several posts talking about the group known as “America’s Frontline Doctors”, a collection of physicians who have been critical of the U.S. response to the pandemic.

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Nurses no longer exempt from self-isolating after travelling ANurses will have to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from travels to Covid-19 high-risk countries, the Government has said.

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New concerns suggest students ‘may have to pay extra fees' for course delaysFresh concerns have been raised that student nurses in England who have to delay completing their programmes due to the coronavirus pandemic may have to pay additional fees for the duration of their course extension.

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Health and care workers to self-isolate on return to England from high-risk countriesRegistered health and care professionals travelling to the England from high-risk countries will be required to self-isolate for 14 days, the government has confirmed.

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How Stuttering Impacts an OR NurseKamil is a circulating and scrub nurse. He is also in school to become a Nurse Practitioner.

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Nurses no longer exempt from overseas self-isolation measuresNurses travelling to the UK from high-risk countries will now have to self-isolate for 14 days the government has confirmed, after a review ruled health and care professionals should no longer be exempt from the national requirement.

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A Savvy Nurse Scribe Graces the AirwavesOn episode 281 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews Janine Kelbach, BSN, RNC-OB, an accomplished nurse writer, educator, entrepreneur, and host of The Savvy Scribe podcast.

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Good Inventor Nurse Bad Cleveland Clinic NurseThis week Tina is joined by the one and only Levi. Together they tell the story of an emergency room nurse who tried to hire a hit man to kill a woman.

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New rules on gatherings in some parts of Northern EnglandGovernment announces changes to rules on gatherings in Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and East Lancashire after increase in COVID-19 cases.

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COVID-19 Fatigue: Keeping Your Patients Engaged When Statistics Aren't EnoughIn 2020, many of us are used to starting the day with grim statistics, such as the total number of new infections, total deaths attributed to COVID-19, and information about new hotspots across the country where the virus seems to be out of control.

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How Many People Would Take the Coronavirus Vaccine? The Results May Surprise YouThe first coronavirus vaccine is still at least six months away, according to most health experts.

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Majority of health visitor teams impacted by redeployment, survey finds ASixty per cent of health visitors in England said at least one member of their team was redeployed between 19 March and 3 June, according to a survey.

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Capnography: Episode 112While pulse oximetry tells you about your patient's oxygenation status, capnography tells you about their ventilatory status.

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Medications for DepressionAt NURSING.com, we want to help you remove the stress and overwhelm of nursing school so that you can focus on becoming an amazing nurse.

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NHS Test and Trace launches campaign to encourage everyone with symptoms to get a free testNHS Test and Trace will launch the new campaign alongside a new business plan to expand testing capacity and prepare the nation for winter.

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NHS recovery to put staff wellbeing at its heartThe Health Secretary welcomes the launch of the new NHS People Plan as he launches a new bureaucracy-busting drive so staff can spend less time on paperwork and more time with patients.

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Statement from the UK Chief Medical Officers on extension of self-isolation period: 30 July 2020The self-isolation period has been extended to 10 days for those in the community who have coronavirus symptoms or a positive test result.

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Getting into Good Trouble as a LeaderThis week, we celebrate the life of and mourn the death of an iconic leader  Congressman John Lewis. Lewis urged us to be courageous and not to walk past things that need to be changed.

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Americans Stressing During COVID-19: How Will This Impact Mental Healthcare?COVID-19 made life more stressful for everyone. Healthcare providers stand on front lines and can patients the mental health tools and support they need!

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Extra university places for vital courses announcedOver 9,000 additional places approved at UK universities for courses to deliver vital services and support the economy.

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Thousands of UK public sector jobs to be created in recruitment driveIn 2019 there were 44,000 nursing vacancies across the NHS after years of austerity.

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Amputated Fingers, Stroke, and Kidney Failure: The Mysterious Long-Term Effects of COVID-19Scientists are still trying to make sense of the disease known as COVID-19. It’s only been six months since the first case was reported in the U.S. As time goes on, we’re starting to learn more about how the virus affects the body.

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August Issue Highlights: Experiencing Racism in Nursing, Promoting Publications by Nurses, Much MoreSix of the nurses quit when they found out I was coming on because they said they would not take orders from me...”—nursing leader Bernardine Lacey on encountering racism in her career, as described in this month's Historical Feature The.

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Care homes a€˜thrown to the wolvesa€™ during pandemic ACovid-19 ‘ravaged’ care homes after they were ‘effectively thrown to the wolves’ during the pandemic, cross-party MPs have said.

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Career Outlook of a CNSAfter completing her BSN and working as an ICU nurse for a few years, Siew Lee considered many further education options.

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COVID-19 Update 13: What's Changing in MedicareWe update you on COVID-19. We also talk about the pharmaceutical industry and the cost of drugs.

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The Natural Nurse And Dr. ZMarma Therapy: Healing the Marma Energy Vortexes With prescribed Mantric Words of Power and Seven Dragons YoGong: A system of body-mind-spirit energy exercises which combines Yogic and Qigong practices.

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Need a Mask? Raising Money for Holly's HeroesHolly Clark-Newberry is currently being treated for a rare type of pediatric renal cancer after being misdiagnosed earlier this year.

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Social media nurse army set to protest for early pay riseNurses across England are preparing to protest to demand a significant pay rise this year, as part of a grassroots movement born on social media.

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A€˜Care home staff untested because of delivery laga€™ AStaff in English care homes are not being tested weekly for Covid-19 because of long waits for kit deliveries from the Government, Nursing in Practice has learnt.

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Why Become A Nurse? A Nurse's Personal Story UnveiledAre you trying to decide whether to go to nursing school? If you've ever wondered "why become a nurse" then read on - I share my entire story!

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Meal Prep Tips For Nurses: Save Time and Eat HealthyWhen you are short on time but still want to eat healthy, meal prep is the answer.

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RCN open consultation on education, learning and development strategyThe Royal College of Nursing has launched a new consultation process, asking for input from members across the nursing workforce on their views and priorities, as it looks to develop a three-year UK-wide education, learning and development strategy.

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Mid-Career Nurses Take it to the Next LevelOn episode 280 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews certified executive performance and life coach Nicole Coustier regarding mid-career positioning, owning your expertise, networking, resumes, and much more that can help you take your nursing career to the next level of authenticity and accomplishment.

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10 Strategies for Feeding the Nurse's Inner LifeIn managing their careers and busy lives, nurses can be very focused on the "outer" aspects of life and work: family, chores, shopping, resu...

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States Look for Travel Nurses As COVID-19 Cases SpikeCOVID-19 is causing increased hospitalizations in many states, so here's what travel nurses looking for work need to know.

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Anxiety and Pets: How Humans Are Dealing with the Current UncertaintyThe coronavirus has led to another pandemic across the country: a mental health crisis. The nation’s emotional and mental health has seen better days, considering over 4 million people have already been infected with the disease, nearly 150,000 have died, and millions of people remain unemployed and worried about their livelihoods.

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Why Fellowship Is Vital To MaturityI pray you all are doing well during these times. May you catch the lesson in this vlog.

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NHS faces a€˜long and fraughta€™ recovery amid staff shortages AThe NHS is likely to face a longer recovery than health services in other countries because of existing problems such as staff shortages, a new report has found.

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Newborn Reflexes Assessment Nursing Pediatric NCLEX ReviewWhen a baby is born, it comes hardwired with certain reflexes. As a nurse working with a pediatric patient population, you'll want to be familiar with names of common newborn reflexes, how to assess these reflexes, and when these reflexes go away.

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Building Back Better: Constructive Nursing RegulationAs governor of the first COVID-19 epicenter in the country, Andrew Cuomo challenged New Yorkers to think about how the state could “build back better” after the crisis.

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It's Worth a Shot with Principal Scientist Dr. Rinke Bos, Ph.D.On today's episode, Host D speaks with Dr. Rinke Bos who is a Principal Scientist at Janssen Vaccines and Prevention in Leiden, the Netherlands, currently working on developing a vaccine for COVID-19.

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Covid-19: Honor Your Nurse With A Daisy Award!I was thrilled to learn about the DAISY Foundation, a remarkable organization that exclusively honors nurses for the incredible efforts they make daily.

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Operation Happy Nurse with Shannon McPeek, BSN, RNBeing a nurse is emotionally hard and our self-care needs to be really special and individualized, and free.

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Clear link between Covid-19 complications and obesityBeing overweight puts people at greater risk of severe complications and death from Covid-19, a new review of UK and international evidence has found.

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New Obesity Strategy unveiled as country urged to lose weight to beat coronavirus and protect the NHSNew package of measures and "Better Health" campaign announced to help people lose weight.

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Major venting session from a COVID 19 ICU nurseFollow my instagram for more: @ my email list for additional content: ICU CRASH COURSE "Breakthrough ICU": NURSING RESOURCES: NURSING RESOURCES.

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August 2020 HighlightsEditor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and clinical editor Betsy Todd present the highlights of the August issue of AJN, including articles such as "Original Research: Understanding Nursing Home Staff Attitudes Toward Death and Dying: A Survey," "PANDAS: Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infection," "Historical...

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All About Nursing Serena Bumpus, Dnp, Rn, Nea-bcSafe HarborMy guest is:Serena Bumpus, DNP, RN, NEA-BCDirector of PracticeTNA.

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The Technology Behind Social Distancing: How to Bring Employees Back SafelyWith new infections surging across the country, employers are struggling to find ways to bring their employees back on site safely.

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Trust pays tribute to rising star palliative care nurse after sudden deathA “passionate” nurse who was building a reputation both nationally and internationally for her trailblazing work in the field of palliative care has died unexpectedly at the age of 32.

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Myths and realities of public sector pay hikesLetters: George Binette says less than a quarter of workers will benefit, while Vic Rayner decries the fact that care home staff have been forgotten and Angela Pickering believes the headlines are just government spin.

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From Mickey Mouse to NursingAn Anonymous Johns Hopkins Graduate Nursing Student reflects that the Americans with Disabilities Act helped him become a paramedic, and then a nurse.

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Lack of testing and PPE among key England Covid-19 mistakes, MPs toldExclusive: older people also ‘catastrophically let down' by hospital discharges to care homes.

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Nursing Pet PeevesIn this episode, we will talk about the 10 most common nursing pet peeves. This will be a compilation of our experience.

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Nurse Keith's COVID-19 Update #13On this special bonus COVID-19 update, Keith interviews Dr. Nat'e Guyton, RN, MSN, NE-BC, CPHIMS, the Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer of the University of Maryland Medical System Midtown Campus.

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Plans revealed for 'most comprehensive flu jab campaign in UK history'The government has today revealed details of what it claims to be the most comprehensive flu vaccination programme in the UK’s history, with a doubling in the number of people eligible for the jab.

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Most comprehensive flu programme in UK history will be rolled out this winterProviders will work to vaccinate more than 30 million people during this flu season - millions more than received it last year.

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COVID 19 Update 12In this episode, we discuss the increased COVID-19 cases as well as the trend in the death rate.

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Andrea Dalzell, BSN, RN a€“ A Goal Obtained in the Time of PandemicIn New York City, at a time when life was in a tailspin trying to cope with the spread of a pandemic, Andrea Dalzell, BSN, RN, was experiencing the personal satisfaction of beginning the job she had been seeking for two years.

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Is Asymptomatic Testing Coming to an End? New Restrictions Take EffectGetting tested for COVID-19 can be an uphill climb in some places, especially when an area erupts with new outbreaks.

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Study predicts 3,000 extra cancer deaths as result of coronavirus pandemicDisruption to diagnostic services and patients avoiding healthcare because of Covid-19 could see around 3,500 potentially avoidable deaths from the four main cancers in England, warn researchers.

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Nurse leader to retire after almost four decades at specialist hospitalThe assistant chief nurse at a specialist orthopaedics hospital is hanging up her uniform after almost four decades spent at the organisation.

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New asbestos-related cancer nurse specialist for East KentA new specialist nurse has been appointed to part of the country with a high proportion of patients with cancer related to exposure to asbestos, following charity funding.

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MPs call for action on 'significant failings' around NHS staff testingImmediate action must be taken to undo “significant” failings to introduce routine testing for NHS staff and to address the needs of patients left in “limbo” during the coronavirus pandemic, an influence group of MPs have said.

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Crime is Down Amid the Pandemic, But That's Not the Whole StoryThe White House says it plans to send federal agents to major American cities across the country, including Chicago, Albuquerque, and even Kansas City amid what it sees as rising crime, shootings, and killings.

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Care home visits resume in England AThe Government has published guidance to confirm care homes can allow visitors  but the change has been criticised for being long overdue.

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Face coverings mandatory in shops, supermarkets, shopping centres and enclosed transport hubs from FridayFace coverings must be worn in additional enclosed public spaces from 24 July in England, as the government takes further steps to help curb the spread of the virus.

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NMC launches new principles for preceptorshipsThe Nursing and Midwifery Council has released a new set of common principles to help employers build an “effective model” of preceptorship for all newly registered nurses, midwives and nursing associates in the UK.

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Starting nursing school soon? Do these five things before you start: Episode 111If you're a new nursing student who is starting your program, CONGRATULATIONS! Before classes begin, it's important to set yourself up for success.

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AOEN Episode 48: Stop the bullying with Renee ThompsonIn this episode, Kevin has a conversation about nurse incivility / bullying with Dr. Renee Thompson, DNP, RN, CSP from the Healthy Workforce Institute.

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NHS nurse numbers continue to rise with 13,502 more than last yearThe number of doctors in the NHS has also risen by 7,890, figures to the end of April 2020 show.

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MJA editor Professor Nick TalleyProfessor Nick Talley, editor of the Medical Journal of Australia, joins host Conor Burke to discuss the use of masks to combat the spread of COVID-19.

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Good Nurse Councilman Bad Respiratory Therapist Efren SaldivarThis week Tina is happy to have Adrianne from Nursing Uncensored Podcast back to host another show.

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Weekly statistics show NHS Test and Trace is reaching the highest number of contactsSeventh week of NHS Test and Trace figures show people are being reached by the service more quickly and more people are providing details of their close contacts.

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Why the U.S. Contact Tracing System FailedMost of us are familiar with the term "contact tracing". The purpose of tracing is to find people who have had contact with someone who tests positive for coronavirus.

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Planning for a Natural Disaster Amid a Pandemic: Is Your Facility Ready?The country is still in the throws of a deadly pandemic, but mother nature isn't known for her patience.

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MIT Designed An Effective And Reusable Face MaskThe mask is called iMASC, which stands for Injection Molded Autoclavable, Scalable, Conformable.

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Care home visits to resume in England following new guidanceCare homes in England have been given the go-ahead to reopen to visitors if they can meet conditions laid out in new coronavirus guidance.

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Nottingham nurses claim Covid-19 unit was 'more like a prison camp'A hospital trust has launched an investigation into claims that nurses on its coronavirus end-of-life ward had been redeployed without adequate support or protection and were bullied into silence by their superiors.

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Every Frontline has a Backline: What Nursing Can Learn from RugbyPhoto credit: KJ Feury Have you ever had a day at work that could only be fixed by an ice cream from your favorite creamery or by a hug from your best friend?

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Senior nurse 'given second chance at life' after 40-day coronavirus comaA senior nurse who spent more than two months in hospital with Covid-19 including 41 days in intensive care said the experience had helped her appreciate the importance of being "patient with your patients".

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Families and friends to be reunited with loved ones in care homes as visits restartCare home residents are set to be reunited with friends and family as visits begin again following the publication of new guidance on 22 July.

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International nursing body releases new 'nurse anthem'The International Council of Nurses has released a new song that it hopes will become the “anthem for nurses everywhere”, featuring vocals from real nurses around the world.

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CNO praised for a€˜integritya€™ after confirming drop from briefing ANurses have come out in support of England’s chief nursing officer after she confirmed she was dropped from a government press briefing in June.

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The public-sector pay rises make for good PRInstead of ‘showing love' to public-sector workers, Boris Johnson's meagre pay bump is barely blowing them a kiss, says journalist Caroline Molloy.

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Debbie Massey: "Recognising and Responding to Patient Deterioration"Patients continue to deteriorate. In this presentation, we will identify the context, the challenges, the solutions, and the future in relation to the nurse's role in recognising and responding to patient deterioration.

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Nearly Half of LGBTQ+ Youth Say They Have Considered Suicide Since the PandemicFor many families and kids, being stuck at home is just part of our "new normal" during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Food Insecurity on the Rise: Feeding America During a PandemicFinding food during the pandemic hasn't been easy for many families and individuals. Food insecurity is rising across the country as millions remain unemployed.

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Remoralizing Ourselves with HumorNurses and doctors need humor! We want to help you keep an optimistic outlook on the future even when it threatens to turn your present existence inside out.

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Little Taylor and the Prosthesis: 30 years after the Americans with Disabilities ActWe have come a long way since the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed 30 years ago, but we still have more work to do, including in research.

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Covid-19: test all health and care workers weekly, says UK scientistMPs hear ministers were told in April that systematic testing was essential to keep staff safe.

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Nursing in Practice launches social care survey ANursing in Practice is conducting a short survey to learn more about the experience of social care professionals during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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S5E52 I Finally Know What I'm Doing  Now What?You are now clocking in with confidence, and you're ready for the next challenge. But you enjoy your role, your team, and don't want to change units or go back to school.

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What Nursing Leadership Can Do to Stop the Rising Incidents of BullyingSome healthcare teams really pulled together during this crisis. They put aside their grudges, differences, and pettiness and stepped up in partnership with nursing leadership.

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How To Become A Wound Care NurseFind out how to get the wound care certification you need to start your career in wound care nursing.

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RCN calls for urgent investment into nursing higher educationAs part of their newly-published report, the Royal College of Nursing has outlined the need for long-term investment in nursing higher education in England to address the current workforce shortage.

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NHS doctors and dentists to receive 2.8% pay riseWe use cookies to collect information about how you use GOV.UK. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services.

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Nurses, Education, and the Future of NursingOn episode 279 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Nina Beaman, the Dean of Nursing of Aspen University, regarding resilience, trauma-informed care, the Adverse Childhood Events Study , and where the nursing profession is headed in the 21st century.

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Government urged to 'properly invest' in student nurses in EnglandThe Royal College of Nursing has issued fresh calls on the government to invest in the student nursing workforce, by reimbursing and abolishing tuition fees in England.

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Dr. Mimi Winsberg, Chief Medical Officer of Brightside HealthOur guest this week: Dr. Mimi Winsberg, Chief Medical Advisor of.

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Birth VlogWe thank God for answering our prayers, and we also want to thank all of our viewers for the love and support you've shown us.

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Third record-breaking year for GP trainee recruitmentGP trainee numbers in England have risen for the third year running, with recruitment up a record 15% compared to the same point last year.

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These Travel Nursing Specialties In Demand As COVID Cases RiseTravel nursing specialties like ER and ICU are especially high-paying for travel nurses right now as COVID cases increase across the country.

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Can God Heal People Today?Here is another vlog of me simply sharing my journey with God when it comes to healing.

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MD Praises Florence Nightingale in New Book on Medical Errors!Dr. Danielle Ofri, MD writes ". .Florence Nightingale was ahead of her time..."! What a great doctor she must be to work with, learn from and be cared for by.

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Call to prioritise healthcare staff after ‘exciting' Covid-19 vaccine resultsHealth and care staff must be a priority when a Covid-19 jab becomes available, a body representing NHS managers has said in the wake of latest results from the UK coronavirus vaccine trial.

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Unemployed and Uninsured: Helping Your Patients Find CoverageThe coronavirus pandemic has revealed sweeping gaps in our healthcare system. For so many people, losing a job can feel like a death sentence as they miss out on all...

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Specialist elective trust fully adopts end-of-life memory box initiativeEnd-of-life memory boxes have been placed in all wards at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in order to bring comfort and support to families.

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Workbook to help people with learning disabilities who experience psychosisClinicians at a trust in the South West have developed a new workbook designed to help people with learning disabilities who experience psychosis.

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CNO confirms being 'dropped' from government Covid-19 briefingChief nursing officer for England Ruth May has confirmed to MPs that she was "dropped" from a government press briefing in June.

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New 24/7 mental health helpline launched for nurses in ScotlandNurses in Scotland will now have “around the clock” mental health support, following the launch today of a national helpline as part of the country’s response to Covid-19.

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Smoking, Orthopedic Surgery, and Bone HealingWhen assessing a smoker who is scheduled for surgery, most of us will quickly zero in on their potential for complications from anesthesia.

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Hospital trust aiming to test all 9,000 staff for Covid-19 within five daysA trust in the South East of England has committed to testing its entire workforce for Covid-19 in the next few days, to help “identify and isolate” asymptomatic staff, as services that were previously suspended begin to re-open.

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Sharp rise in nurses considering quitting, survey reveals AMore nursing staff than ever are considering leaving the profession, largely because of pay, a Royal College of Nursing report published on Friday has revealed.  More than a third of 42,000 RCN members surveyed in May said they were thinking of leaving their jobs, up from 27% at the end of last year.

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Covid-19 has 'exacerbated' challenges faced by young people with epilepsyThe cancelation of clinical procedures and a rise in seizures and stress are among the challenges faced by young people with epilepsy during the coronavirus pandemic, a leading charity has found.

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To Kegel or Not to Kegel with Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed, DOWoMed listeners are in for a treat this week as host D chats with pelvic pain specialist Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed.

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The Five Rights Of A Healthy Work EnvironmentSeveral years ago, I gave a presentation at a northern California nursing conference on the subject of healthy work environments for nurses....

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How a pandemic affects the mental health of the nursing workforceWithin the current coronavirus pandemic and against a backdrop of a pre-existing shortage of nurses in the UK, it is crucial to consider the issue of mental health and how to support nurses.

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Healing: The Synchrony of2020 celebrates the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale, known as the mother of nursing and hospital administration, in the Year of the Nurse and Midwife.

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15 Bedside Hacks for CNAs and Nurses with Nurse JillianJoin former CNAs-turned-nurses Adrianne and Jillian as they reveal their favorite bedside hacks and skills.

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Millions could be vaccinated against COVID-19 as UK secures strong portfolio of promising vaccinesThe UK has secured early access to 90 million doses of promising coronavirus vaccine candidates.

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Bullying and Incivility for the Correctional Nurse IIIn our previous post, we discussed that bullying and incivility can occur everywhere, but the healthcare environment has an inherent stressfulness that may be even more intense in the correctional environment, where healthcare is not the primary mission.  In this post, we are continuing the discussion to include the consequences of bullying...

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What Does It Take to Distribute a Vaccine?The global race to develop a working coronavirus vaccine is heating up. The first country to cross the finish line will enjoy a position of global prominence.

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Nursing Schools See Spike In Applicants Since PandemicRenewed appreciation for healthcare workers is leading to an increase in Nursing school applications.

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Lockdown restrictions lifted in some areas of LeicestershireAll additional lockdown restrictions will end in areas outside of Leicester City and the Borough of Oadby and Wigston on 18 July, the Health and Social Care Secretary has confirmed.

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Providers Shell Out Prescriptions as the Opioid Crisis Makes a ComebackA new investigation reveals that many healthcare providers are still prescribing dangerous amounts of opioids and prescription painkillers that can lead to addiction and a range of negative health outcomes....

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More nurses needed to address learning disability health inequalitiesGreater recognition is needed of the part learning disability nurses can play in addressing health inequalities among vulnerable people and understanding early signs of health deterioration, to reduce the number of avoidable deaths, a leading nurse has said.

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Flu jab programme set for 'massive' expansion ready for winter with Covid-19The flu vaccination programme in the UK will be "massively" expanded this winter to help the NHS cope with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the government has said.

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New powers and framework to help contain coronavirus locallyA new framework setting out how to manage COVID-19 outbreaks through the use of national and local expertise has been published by the government.

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Fighting Fires and Diabetes with Sebastian MatoniakIn this episode, we'd like to welcome our beloved friend Sebastian Matoniak. Sebastian is a firefighter in the state of Illinois.

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Nurse Keith's COVID-19 Update #12On this special episode of The Nurse Keith Show, Keith reflects on the extremely worrisome summertime infection rates around the U.S., protests against mask-wearing, conspiracy theories, the D614G mutation, ideas for assertively moving forward as a society, and more timely COVID news.

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Homeschool is a great option! 🤓Give homeschool a try. You and the kids will love it. For more information go to bit.ly/homeschoolar for more information.

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Recently created mental health trust reveals new chief nurseBlack Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has announced the appointment of a new chief nurse to replace the current incumbent who is set to retire this summer.

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Some Blood Types May Be Less Vulnerable to COVID-19A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that some blood types may be more equipped to fend off the novel coronavirus than others.

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Dr. Akl Fahed, Founder and Chief Medical Advisor of Goodpath"At GoodPath, they are on a mission to redefine how people manage chronic health conditions by combining personalized care with curated solutions."

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Worrying increase in number of learning disabilities inpatients during lockdownThe number of people with a learning disability and/or autism in inpatient facilities has seen a “worrying increase” during the coronavirus lockdown, a leading charity has warned.

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TORCH infections: Episode 110In this podcast episode Nurse Mo talks you through the basics of TORCH infections, which occur when pathogens are transmitted from mom to baby during pregnancy or delivery.

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In-person coronavirus testing continues to deliver results the next daySixth week of NHS Test and Trace figures shows anyone getting a test at a regional test site or mobile testing unit can expect their result by the next day.

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Nurses in Rotherham set to benefit from online group service amid Covid-19Nurses and midwives in Rotherham are being offered a series of online sessions, where they can access additional mentoring and peer support from colleagues, to help them through the coronavirus pandemic.

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Government's Covid-19 inquiry must hear experiences of all nurses, says RCNAn independent inquiry into Covid-19 must be done urgently and with the input of nurses across all settings and sectors, according to the Royal College of Nursing.

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Practices could deliver historic flu campaign from marquees and car parks AThe BMA is in discussions with NHS England about GPs using ‘sites other than practices’ to administer flu vaccinations this winter.

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62 million to help discharge people with learning disabilities or autism into the communityPeople with learning disabilities or autism who could be better supported in their community will have their discharges from hospital accelerated.

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Travel Nurses Pave the Way to a Better Future in HealthcareIn the wake of the first wave of COVID-19 cases, hospitals and healthcare workers are left to evaluate our healthcare system.

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Update on Randox test kitsNotification of issue relating to test kits produced by Randox laboratories.

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Massachusetts Non-Profit Organization Dedicated to Help Pay for Senior CarePaying for Senior Care is a resource that just may help, their mission is to help the elderly and their families fully understand the cost of assisted living and the programs that can provide financial support.

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How We Can All Reduce the Digital DivideHaving access to the internet is becoming increasingly vital here in the U.S. From telehealth to remote learning, households around the country need to log on for just about everything these days.

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Navigating Important Conversations About Diversity and Inclusiveness as a Healthcare PracticeHealth Care Providers Need to Converse About Diversity and Inclusion in order to ensure we treat allpatients as if they are our most important clients.

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How Elijah's Law Saves Lives: Raising Money for Childhood Food Allergy Awareness and ActionNothing could be scarier than dropping off your child at daycare only to never see them alive again.

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Deborah Baker: A Leader During COVID-19N a moment of international crisis, leaders like Dr. Deborah Baker are critically important, modeling an unwavering commitment to excellence and their people.

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Installing lights in hospital mortuary helping bereaved families, say nursesNurses at a hospital in Middlesbrough have helped transform the corridor that leads to its mortuary viewing room in a bid to make visits for bereaved families “more bearable”.

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New focus on babies' and children's health as review launchesA major new review into improving health outcomes in babies and young children has launched today.

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Overseas nurses to receive health surcharge refunds AOverseas healthcare staff will now be eligible for a refund backdated to 31 March after the health surcharge came into force yesterday.

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Nursing academics develop new hand-washing training course amid Covid-19A team of nursing academics has created a new online training course for fellow health and care professionals about the importance of hand hygiene and how it helps combat coronavirus.

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Coronavirus NHS death in service scheme extended in ScotlandA one-off payment of £60,000 will be provided to families of all health and social care workers in Scotland who died in service because of Covid-19, it has been announced.

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Largest testing programme for coronavirus publishes its initial findingsOver 120,000 volunteers tested across England between 1 May and 1 June as part of the country's largest study into coronavirus.

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15 Best Free Nursing Apps For iPhone, iPad and Android 2020Nurses are expected to perform at their absolute best at all times. Making sure to continuously engage oneself in the learning process is one way to help make this happen.

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Good EMT Breonna Taylor Yet Another Bad Dr. DeathThis week Tina is joined once again by Mike with Simple Nursing. Together they tell the story of a forensic psychiatrist who testified in 167 trials, many of which resulted in the defendant getting the death penalty.

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Remoralizing Ourselves Through HumorNurses and doctors need humor! We want to help you keep an optimistic outlook on the future even when it threatens to turn your present existence inside out.

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International nurses 'now exempt' from immigration health surchargeThe promised exemption to the immigration health surcharge for overseas health and care staff will come into force immediately and be backdated to 31 March, the government has finally confirmed.

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What is Collective Trauma and How Does It Affect Your Health?From natural disasters to police brutality and the ongoing pandemic, nearly everyone in the country has suffered from what's known as collective trauma.

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Government promises new national guidance on DNACPR ordersUpdated guidance is to be rolled out in England for patients and staff on the use of do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation orders, following reports of poor practice during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Government plan to exclude care workers from visa a€˜disastrousa€™, say unions ASocial care workers do not qualify for the new health and care visa under the UK’s post-Brexit immigration system, the Government announced yesterday.

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Tributes flood in for 'exemplary' school nurse after shock deathA school nurse who died unexpectedly this month at the age of 44 has been remembered as a tireless advocate for children and young people whose passion for her speciality was “infectious”.

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How to Create a Care Package for Nurses During These Trying TimesMake a special person in your life feel warm and appreciated with these DIY care packages for nurses.

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Government launches Health and Care Visa to ensure UK health and care services have access to the best global talentThe new Health and Care Visa will make it cheaper, quicker and easier for healthcare professionals from around the world to come to the UK.

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Jean Alderman obituaryOther lives: Nurse who worked at the Oji River leper colony in eastern Nigeria in the 1950s and 60s.

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Shining light on TORCH infectionsDive in and learn the key things you need to know about TORCH infections so you can prep for NCLEX and your nursing school exams.

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S5E51 How to Prepare for Your First ShiftThis week Kati, Amber, and Chelsea discuss what you can and cannot prepare for, as well as how to handle the transition from nursing school to working full-time as a nurse.

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Rise in nursing degree applications a€˜not enougha€™ AApplications to study nursing in the UK are up 15% but this is not enough to fix shortages, nursing leader have warned.

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How To Write a Cover Letter: New Grad Nurse TipsDon't freak out in anxiety as you stare at a blank screen. In this guide, you'll find everything you need to know - what to include, how to write it, and I'll even share some of my favorite templates.

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EPISODE 15He joins Conor Burke to discuss Australia's strategy for fighting COVID-19. In the wake of the Melbourne outbreak, should we be aiming for elimination of the virus rather than suppression?

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Brandon M. Welch, Founder of Doxy.meOur guest this week: Brandon M. Welch, Founder of. "Telemedicine will change the world by making it easier and more affordable for healthcare providers to care for their patients anywhere."

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NOBC Wants More Nurses Serving on Boards: Here's WhyIn 2017, the Nurses on Boards Coalition was founded with the mission "to improve health in communities across the nation through the service of nurses on all types of..."

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Covid-19: Hospital discharges fuel community workload fears AAlready stretched community nurses face increased workloads as thousands of Covid-19 patients are discharged from hospitals, nursing leaders have warned.

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Magnet Status Is Generally Better for Nurses and PatientsDiscussed in this post: "Original Research: How Magnet Hospital Status Affects Nurses, Patients, and Organizations: A Systematic Review".

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Patients can access new online Covid-19 rehabilitation portal APractice nurses and GPs will be able to signpost patients to an online rehabilitation service for Covid-19 survivors.

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In and Out of the Classroom with Dashae, The Curly Clinician, SPTIn this episode, host D is joined by our first ever PT student guest, Dashaé, aka.

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COVID-19's Impact on Nursing, Hospitals, and Racial EqualityNurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur.

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Parenting Under World and National StressWe know that all parents are under tremendous stress during this time of COVID, racial and political unrest.

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Student Loan Repayment: The Pandemic Edition with Travis Hornsby, CFADid we get your attention? Great. Because we've got some necessary FREE financial advice for all you nurses with student loans.

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BYU professors design Bluetooth stethoscope to keep health care practitioners safe amid COVID-19A blog about nurses and nursing students with disabilities.

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Bullying and Incivility for the Correctional NurseWhile bullying and incivility can occur anywhere, the stressful nature of the healthcare environment and the human self-protective "fight or flight" response are important in the development of bullying and incivility.

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Racism and Racial Disparities in Healthcare: Fighting the Good FightOn episode 277 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith discusses racism, racial disparities, and our moral and ethical responsibility as medical and nursing professionals to do our part in fighting the good fight against the maltreatment of people of color and vulnerable populations within the healthcare delivery...

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How Improving Public Health Could Save the EconomyThe U.S. economy is in dire straits with an unemployment rate of 11.1% and 17.8 million Americans without a job.

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Have you heard of Broken Heart Syndrome?Broken Heart Syndrome is real and can be diagnosed with the help of your doctor.

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Return redeployed neurology nurse specialists ‘as soon as possible'Specialist neurology nurses redeployed due to Covid-19 must be returned to their substantive roles as soon as possible to pull patients with complex conditions out of “limbo”, experts have warned.

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Exclusive: Spring students must wait extra academic year for new grantStudent nurses who are part of a spring cohort will have to wait until the start of their next academic year to benefit from a new maintenance grant that is being introduced in September, it has emerged.

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We Tried The WHOOP BandWHOOP is a strap that measures physiological data related to Sleep, Strain, and Recovery. We dove in to see if Heart Rate variability is as important as WHOOP states it is.

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Snapshot study explores student nurses views on online learningOnline learning can help some student nurses feel more confident about asking questions and promotes feelings of security, according to a small “snapshot” study.

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Warning of rise in Covid-19 exposure among nurses using aerosol boxesAerosol boxes used to protect health workers during Covid-19 intubation have been found to “increase” exposure to airborne particles that carry the virus, a new study by specialists in Australia has found.

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Understanding Travel Nursing TaxesEssentially, it's in the travel nursing agency's benefit to keep the base rate of a travel nurse's pay package low, so many travel nurses have a modest base pay, but will have additional stipends that they receive.

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Is it Safe to Reopen Schools in the Fall?There's been a lot of debate over whether it's safe to reopen schools in the fall, including K-12 and higher education.

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Withdrawing the U.S. From the WHO Will Increase Death Rates and Threatens Global SecurityPresident Trump's decision to withdraw the US and its financial support from the World Health Organization is grossly irresponsible at any time but particularly so during a pandemic.

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Michigan Now Requires Implicit Bias Training for All Health ProfessionalsThe coronavirus pandemic continues to reveal stark health disparities across the country, particularly for African Americans.

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Nurses recall experience of redeployment at height of Covid-19 crisisNurses redeployed to critical care in East London at the height of the Covid-19 crisis say they feel exhausted but proud after facing their greatest challenge of their careers.

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Two hospital trusts in Sussex announce proposals to fully mergePlans have been revealed this week for the eventual merger of neighbouring hospital trusts on the South Coast of England, building on closer working between the two during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Heliox to the rescue: Episode 109Heliox is a mixture of helium plus oxygen that creates a gas that is lower in density, thereby decreasing work of breathing and helping inhaled medications get into the more distal areas of the bronchial the show notes here: Concepts Bootcamp is open for enrollment!

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97.5% of in-person coronavirus tests returned next dayStatistics covering the 5th week of operation of the NHS Test and Trace service have been published today.

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Online nursing degree to launch in JanuaryHealth Education England this week announced that a ‘flexible' nursing degree - where the theory is largely delivered online - will be available from January next year.

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Summer statement 'missed opportunity to fund nursing workforce'The chancellor ‘missed an opportunity' to invest in the nursing workforce in his summer statement yesterday, unions have warned.

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World's nurses recognised for their contribution to global HIV responseNurses across the world have been given an award for their efforts and achievements in leading the global response to HIV.

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Record growth in nurse numbers may not be sustained, warns NMCThe Nursing and Midwifery Council has warned that a record annual growth in its register, revealed in figures released today, may not be sustainable after Covid-19 because of a reliance on overseas nurses.

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Boris Johnson's pledge to recruit 50,000 more NHS nurses is in doubtNumber of nurses coming from EU fell again and coronavirus prevented further arrivals.

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Treasury approved over £15bn for Covid-19 PPE procurementThe Government has unveiled the vast sums the Treasury approved for spending on the Covid-19 emergency.

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Nursing applications are up but 'still not enough to fix shortages'Applications to study nursing in the UK are up 15% since the last academic year, but a nursing union leader has warned that the rise was still not enough to close the "large workforce gap".

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Good EMT Paramedic Bad EMT ParamedicThis week Tina is excited to have a pediatric oncology nurse, David Metzger with her to talk about all sorts of interesting things.

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Record growth to NMC register but warning of 'stormy waters' aheadThe UK's nursing and midwifery workforce has grown by more than 18,000 in the past year - the largest annual increase on record, according to data released today by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

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All About Nursing Designing, Innovating, and Hacking Better Health, Experience and OutcomesHealthtech Specialist. Rebecca Love, RN, BS, MSN, FIEL.

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How to Enforce the Mask PolicyThe evidence is clear: wearing a face mask saves lives. Goldman Sachs, one of the largest multinational investment banking firms in the world, recently released a report that suggests imposing a national face mask mandate would save thousands of lives - and save the U.S. domestic economy billions of dollars.

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Nathanael Faibis, CEO of AlodokterOur guest this week: Nathanael Faibis, CEO of. "Alodokter is the #1 digital health company in Indonesia."

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Confusing Data and False Narratives: How the Death Rate for COVID-19 is ChangingThere's been a lot of discussion lately over the severity of COVID-19. President Trump recently claimed that the U.S. has one of the lowest coronavirus mortality rates in the world, saying that around "99% of cases are harmless," which was met with a lot of outrage from health experts.

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London A&E shuts to new admissions amid Covid-19 spike among staffA London hospital has been forced to divert ambulances to neighbouring facilities after an outbreak of Covid-19 meant a high number of staff were having to self-isolate.

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Claire Warren obituaryOther lives: Nurse who became lord mayor of Bristol.

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Lack of nurse investment in chancellor's summer statement 'disappointing'The chancellor "missed an opportunity" in his summer statement today by failing to invest in the nursing workforce, unions have warned.

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Implicit Bias and the Racial Divide in Health"Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhumane," wrote Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1966.

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"Physical," Not Social Distancing— Problematic Language Surrounding the COVID-19 PandemicThe most significant effects of COVID-19 might be what is happening out of sight, the mental trauma that occurs in our minds.

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Chesterfield Royal Hospital trust appoints new chief nurseA Derbyshire nurse with more than 30 years' experience in the profession has been appointed as chief nurse at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - her first permanent executive position.

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Look out for brain complications in Covid-19 patients, urge researchersClinicians must be "vigilant" for signs of neurological problems in people who have had Covid-19, researchers have warned following new evidence about the potential brain-related complications of the virus.

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HEE pledges £10m to expand nursing placementsHealth Education England yesterday announced that it would invest an additional £10m to expand the number of clinical placements for nursing, midwifery and selected allied health professional students.

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S5E50 When You Don't Land Your Dream JobSo you didn't land your dream job right out of nursing school. That's OK! Many new nurses don't.

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Call for detailed PPE plan in preparation for any second Covid-19 waveThe government has been urged to provide a detailed plan for personal protective equipment within two months in preparation for a potential second wave of coronavirus, and amid concerns that the issue was not being treated with "sufficient urgency".

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MPs demand Government action plan on PPE within two monthsThe Public Accounts Committee has given the Department of Health and Social Care two months to report back with a plan to ensure personal protective equipment provision during a second Covid-19 spike.

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Thomas Ahrens: "Capnography for Critical Care Nurses"Capnography has the unique ability to aid clinicians in assessing both ventilation and blood flow.

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How To Maintain A Good NameI pray you all are doing well during these times. May you catch the lesson in this vlog.

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Let's Chit Chat And Clean UpJoin The Rewritten Family and Subscribe To The Rewritten P.O. Box 541597 Grand Prairie, Texas 75054.

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Non-COVID-19 Deaths: How to Curb America's Other Public Health PandemicThe number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to surge across the country, but the deadly coronavirus has led to another public health crisis: Non-COVID-19 deaths are rising in nearly every state.

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8-Hour Waits, 25% Positivity, and Desperate Pleas for Help: Managing the Crisis in ArizonaArizona has quickly become one of the worst hotspots in the country for the deadly coronavirus.

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