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Healthcare workers who risk their lives by showing up for work are being threatened with firing for trying to protect themselves with their own masks.
Nurses are at risk of catching cold and flu bugs because of their close proximity to sick patients. Here are some tips for nurses to help reduce that risk.
Fast food options and easy access to processed foods make nearly impossible for doctors and nurses working long hours to develop a healthy eating routine.
Cutting-edge technology can improve the efficiency and cost of healthcare recruiting for HR departments as well as candidates.
Technology is changing nursing practice, making it easier to acquire patient data. One possible benefit: nurses may be freed up for more time with patients.
It takes teamwork to provide good patient care, but developing teams can be hard work. Here are 9 strategies that will help you build a strong nursing team.
High stress levels permeate nursing and other healthcare professions perhaps more than any other type of work environment. Here are some tips that may help.
Nurses are in demand and there are plenty of alternative careers for them to put their skills to good use outside the hospital walls.
Nursing errors and the unmonitored use of patient-controlled analgesia led to the unexpected death of a mother's only child. It could have been prevented.
Because nurse practitioners (NPs) are growing in importance as providers of primary care, The Doctors Company analyzed malpractice claims against NPs and compared them with primary care physicians to see if there were any differences in malpractice liability patterns. The study has important implications for primary care practices utilizing NPs.
A recent report called nursing one of the most dangerous jobs in America. Here are some of the reasons why and tips on what you can do to make their lives better.
If communication fosters a strong relationship and yields results that satisfy patients, it shouldn't matter if the provider is male, female, doctor or nurse.