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Sep
20

JOHNS HOPKINS SCHOOL OF NURSING RECEIVES GRANT FROM NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH TO LAUNCH ITS NEW RESEARCH CENTER

Research centers are far more needed to accomplish greater developments in the field of medicine. In an article, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is launching its new Center for Chronic Disease Management and Research from a grant they received in the National Institutes of Health. The center will advance science in supporting patients with multiple […]

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Sep
18

BRIEF COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IMPROVES MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN CARING FOR CHILDREN WITH SEVERE CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS

Researchers at the University of Louisville found that brief Psychotherapy improves sleep quality in women caring for children with severe health issues. Lynne Hall, DrPH, RN, associate dean of research and professor at the U of L School of Nursing said that after five therapy sessions, study participants reported significantly decreased depressive symptoms, negative thinking […]

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Sep
13

NEW RESEARCH CAN BE A POTENTIAL LEAD FOR EARLIER DIAGNOSIS TO CHILDREN WITH AUTISM

A new research points that metabolic signatures in the blood of some children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can possibly lead to earlier diagnosis and perhaps targeted therapy. In the study published in Biological Psychiatry, investigators found that dysregulation of amino acid metabolism can be used in detecting about 17 % of children with ASD. […]

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Sep
11

RENAL CARE COMPANY CELEBRATES NEPHROLOGY NURSES WEEK WITH $100,000 DONATION TO AMERICAN NEPHROLOGY NURSES ASSOCIATION

Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA) is giving $100,000 donation to the American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA). In celebration with the organization’s 50th Anniversary year and Nephrology Nurses Week, the contribution will fund an ongoing scholarship program, helping to increase awareness of the profession and strengthen engagement with nurses dedicated to caring for patients with […]

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Sep
10

MANDATED STAFFING RATIOS DOESN’T AFFECT PATIENT OUTCOMES STUDY FINDS

Mandated staffing ratio is a hot issue that has been a legal battle in Massachusetts, particularly. In 2014, Massachusetts passed a law requiring 1-to-1 or 2-to-1 patient-to-nurse staffing ratios in intensive care units guided by a tool accounting patient acuity and anticipated care intensity. Proponents of the initiative say it would improve patient safety while […]

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Sep
04

NEW JOINT NURSING SCIENCE PhD PROGRAM IN ALABAMA

With the advancing technology, learning institutions for nursing are creating innovative ways in attracting nurses to engage in nursing science. In a blog site, two Alabama universities namely, the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) and University of Alabama (UA) Colleges of Nursing recently announced a new joint Nursing Science PhD program that will be […]

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Aug
30

BONNIE J. ADDARIO LUNG CANCER FOUNDATION COLLABORATING WITH PATIENT DRIVEN GROUP TO IMPROVE CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH EGFR-POSITIVE LUNG CANCER

The state of today’s medicine is still improving with its numerous research to combat complicated diseases that affect the industry and the humanity. In a news release, the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation (ALCF) and the EGFR Resisters, a patient advocate group of people living with epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) positive lung cancer […]

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Aug
28

HOSPITAL PRACTICE ADMINISTRATOR RECOGNIZED AS AN EXCEPTIONAL HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL

Healthcare professionals who exert much effort in their field of practice deserve prestigious recognition as reward from their undying support and dedication towards healthcare. In a news release, American Sentinel University and Colorado Hospital Association named Thomas Bishop, Practice Administrator, with Community Hospital, as a Colorado Health Care Star Award winner recognizing him as a […]

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Aug
23

USAGE OF E-CIGARETTES COULD DOUBLE CHANCES OF GETTING HEART ATTACKS

As stated in a new analysis survey of nearly 70,000 people, led by researchers at UC San Francisco, the use of e-cigarettes every day can nearly double the odds of a heart attack. Researchers also found that dual use of e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes appears to be more dangerous than using either product alone raising […]

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Aug
21

MILLENNIAL PREFERENCES ABOUT WHAT WORKPLACES SHOULD BE

Millennials have so much workplace concern and surveys have shown that they have a very strong interest particularly in the field of healthcare. It’s already anticipated that in years to come their numbers will make up a majority of the workforce continuing to multiply and multiply. According to Pew Research Center, as of 2015, there […]

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