Jennifer Thew, RN is the senior nursing editor at HealthLeaders Media.
Older adults who experienced emergency and urgent hospital admissions showed a 60% acceleration in the rate of cognitive decline.
While it’s known workplace bullying can compromise patient safety, interfere with communication, and hamper employee morale, a new analysis finds bullying behaviors continue in healthcare.
Orlando Health's corporate manager of emergency preparedness talks about his experience with the Pulse nightclub shooting and how healthcare leaders can better prepare their organizations to handle disasters.
A new study finds that psychiatric disease and substance abuse are the top reasons for short-term rehospitalizations among non-Medicare patients.
Despite their initial reason for hospitalization, diabetic patients with uncontrolled blood sugar are at risk for repeat admissions.
Nurse leaders can foster acceptance of evidence-based practice by providing RNs with a process to question changes.
Looking beyond general statistics can lead to better design of policies related to end-of-life care among oncology patients, researchers say.
Giving nurses time to connect with why they chose to be nurses can stop burnout before it begins.
Nurse leaders pushing for nurses to obtain BSNs need to understand that college debt can slow nurses' academic progression, and has negative implications for those on a leadership track.
Nursing organizations advocate for rehabilitating rather than punishing nurses experiencing substance use disorder.