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Oct
16

AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC NURSES ASSOCIATION?S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: TRAINING ACUTE CARE NURSES IN PREVENTING SUICIDE RISK AMONG PATIENTS

Research shows, that suicide is ranked 10th as the leading cause of death in the United States, and it?s now deemed a major health problem. Suicide incidents can happen everywhere, even in hospitals. That?s why, nurses working in Medical/Surgical units, emergency departments, and other non-psychiatric settings should practice skills concerning suicide assessment and prevention, because […]

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Oct
11

NURSING HOME RESIDENTS MAY LOWER CHANCES OF GETTING HOSPITALIZED THROUGH ADJUVANTED FLU VACCINES

Nursing home residents are the ones subject for frequent hospitalization, knowing that they are now old and their immune response is getting weak and fragile, so from time to time they need serious medical monitoring. How can we reduce their frequent hospitalization rates, complications and eventually lower costs spent on medication? According to study findings […]

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Oct
09

NURSING STUDENTS EXPOSED TO ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES ENCOUNTER HIGHER LEVELS OF BURNOUT AND DEPRESSION

A new study at The University of Texas at El Paso School of Nursing focusing on childhood adversity, finds a link between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), burnout and depression. The study authored by nursing faculty members namely Gloria McKee-Lopez, PhD., assistant dean for undergraduate education; Leslie K. Robbins, Ph.D., acting School of Nursing dean and […]

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Oct
04

LOWERING FALL RISKS AMONG OLDER ADULTS

Fall incidents are largely prevalent among the elderly ages 65 and older. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year: Over 800,000 patients are being hospitalized due to fall injury 3 million older adults are treated in the emergency department for injuries related to Falls More than one out of four older […]

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Oct
02

LACK OF SLEEP POSES SERIOUS EFFECTS ON TEENS, NEW STUDY STATES

Sleep plays a huge aspect in our overall health, without it, our cells cannot regenerate and repair damages in our body systems which could lead to more serious chronic illnesses. This is an important subject for our youth. According to sleep experts, adolescents require 8-10 hours of sleep at night for optimal health, however more […]

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Sep
27

SERVICE-DRIVEN NURSING PROFESSOR TO DEVELOP NEW INTERVENTIONS IN REDUCING HEALTH RISKS OF NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH

Continuous research must be done in order to develop new interventions in reducing substance abuse and the transmission of HIV and viral hepatitis which we know are one of the baffling health concerns that our youths are facing today. Fortunately, few service-driven people are making initiatives to combat these issues through their successful transformation efforts. […]

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Sep
25

AN ASSESSMENT TOOL EVALUATING EARLY FEEDING SKILLS IN PRETERM INFANTS

Learning to feed is a challenge premature infants and other infants at risk of feeding problems, face during the newborn (neonatal) period. The establishment of oral feeding is often a key factor in determining when premature infants can go home from the hospital that?s way there should be an effective tool to supervise and monitor […]

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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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