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Nov
20

NURSING RESEARCHERS RECEIVE GRANT FROM US INDIA EDUCATION FOUNDATION TO CREATE DIABETES APP FOR USE IN INDIA

Nursing researchers from the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing had recently awarded a grant from US India Education Foundation (USIEF) to develop a diabetes mobile health app, aiming to boost awareness and education to those in India who are most at risk for diabetes. The project will be carried out in collaboration with […]

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Nov
15

NINE NURSING SCHOOLS SELECTED TO RECEIVE FUNDING IN EDUCATING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES ABOUT THE ALL OF US RESEARCH PROGRAM

The nursing research community has been on the hype in developing new discoveries to support public health, and now they are off to build a national research cohort to increase diversity awareness. In a news release, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) had recently announced that nine nursing schools have been selected to […]

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Nov
13

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING LAUNCHED ITS NEWLY ADVANCED PEDIATRIC PATIENT SIMULATOR

As newly health advancement discoveries in the medical industry had already taken place, the nursing educational system is intensifying its learning innovation as well. Just recently, the Columbia University School of Nursing launched a new improvement in its clinical simulation curriculum, known to be as “Pediatric HAL,” – the most world’s most advanced pediatric patient […]

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Nov
08

STUDY SAYS TINY MOLECULE CAN TREAT CHILDHOOD BRAIN CANCER

Modern medicine keeps on advancing, and its making a huge difference even from smallest discoveries. In an article, a new study by researchers from UT Health San Antonio found that a molecule thousands times smaller than a gene has the ability to kill medulloblastoma – the most common childhood brain cancer. This tiny molecule, named […]

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Nov
06

FIRST NURSING PROGRAM IN FLORIDA EQUIPPED WITH DOUBLE ROBOTICS TECHNOLOGY

Barry University’s College of Nursing & Health Sciences (CNHS) has introduced state-of-the-art telepresence robots available for use in classroom settings and simulation labs to enhance student learning, recognizing them as the first nursing program in Florida to utilize the Double Robotics technology. This technology will give students and professors in remote locations the opportunity to […]

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Nov
01

$5 MILLION DONATION FOR CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY RESEARCH IN RUSH UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

Numerous medical research are created to develop new discoveries in the field of modern medicine, thanks to countless donations and grants from generous people and service-oriented organizations. In a news release, Chicago philanthropists Robert and Emily King has donated $5 million to Rush University Medical Center as support for cancer immunotherapy research. “Our hope is […]

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Oct
30

NURSE SCIENTISTS RECOGNIZED IN 2018 RDML MARY F. HALL AWARD FOR NURSING PUBLICATION

With the heart and dedication to serve the people in healthcare, nurses stand out in any field and in whatever position they are assigned. Recently in a news release, nurse scientists from Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) were notified that they will be presented with the 2018 RDML Mary F. Hall award for nursing […]

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Oct
25

LIMIT ON IMMIGRANT VISAS BEGETS GREATER NURSE STAFFING WOES

As nursing shortage surging, it slowly affects different areas of the healthcare industry like staffing issues and this problem is quite prevalent among nursing homes. That’s why, to lessen the enlarging concern, skilled nursing providers and hospitals are uniting for a cause – opposing a legislative change they believe would only intensify the healthcare industry’s […]

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Oct
23

UC DAVIS MEDICAL CENTER ONCE AGAIN RECOGNIZED AS AMONG THE UPPER ECHELON OF NURSING EMPLOYERS

After the American Nurses Credentialing Center renewed its magnet status, UC Davis Medical Center claimed its place once again as among the top echelon of nursing employers, as recently announced by the health institute’s leaders. The Sacramento-based UCD medical center was the first institution in California to gain the nursing magnet designation and has held […]

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Oct
18

MERIDIAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DELIVERS REWARDING EXPERIENCE TO NURSING STUDENTS THROUGH ER SIMULATION

In Meridian, Mississippi, fourth semester nursing students at the Meridian Community College, recently conducted a simulated multi-victim trauma situation, pouring all the knowledge they got in college, attending to mock-patients, suffering from spinal cord injuries, a heart attack, burns, and a traumatic amputation. “We want them to be totally immersed in it, we want them […]

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  • The Nurse’s Role in the Reduction of Pressure Sore Risk January 29, 2019
    Pressure sores—including both pressure ulcers and bed sores—comprise a substantial obstacle within nursing homes, hospitals, home health, and other settings wherein health services are rendered. Primarily caused due to the reduced blood flow to an area of the body as a result of constant pressure thereupon, the resulting damage can lead to dead tissues as […]
  • Nursing Preparedness in Accordance with National Standards January 17, 2019
    It is believed that nurses’ interaction and direct contact with patients and other persons possibly carrying infectious diseases facilitates a higher susceptibility for contracting such diseases. During pandemics in particular, the aforementioned hypothesis becomes of heightened important due to its ability to aid in pandemic preparedness planning.   In the Emerging Infection Diseases® digest published […]
  • Reimagining the Role of Technology in Education: Nontraditional Education Models for the Future January 9, 2019
    The Office of Educational Technology, which forms an integral part of the U.S. Department of Education, has released the 2017 National Education Technology Plan (NETP) update to encourage “rapid change across the country in fundamental aspects of the educational technology landscape”.[1] The NETP is essentially the official means by which the U.S. Department of Education […]
  • Insufficient Nursing Staff Directly Correlates with Higher Risks for Patients January 3, 2019
    The NINR  (which forms part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) states that the U.S.A is experiencing a shortage of Registered Nurses (RNs) whose affect can be most felt in hospitals where the majority of RNs are employed. In an abstract provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCMI), U.S. National […]
  • Nurse Researchers Play Vital Role in Nurse Science December 28, 2018
    Nurse Researchers, as graduate-level professionals holding the MSN (Master of Science in Nursing) degree or higher, play an essential role in the growth and development in the Field of Nursing overall; and more specifically, in the arena of Nurse Science—a field of study that encompasses nursing, science, research, and nursing theory-guided practice.   The National […]
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