nurse researchers

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
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
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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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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  • NUTRITIONAL PROGRAM HELP IMPROVE NURSES’ EATING HABITS October 15, 2018
    As we know, nurses are the ones delivering good health advices to patients. But how can they manage to convey effective health promotion education, when they, themselves, don’t practice good health habits? Based on a 2011 study conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, 55% of the 2,103 female nurses surveyed […]
  • NURSING CAREER FAIR AT WESTERN NEBRASKA COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE NURSES October 12, 2018
    With the current alarming rate of shortage of nurses, health agency representatives from Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, and South Dakota participated in the Nursing Career Fair at Western Nebraska Community College. Career fair events like this opens wider doors for future nurses on increasing their chances of getting hired right after graduation. As one local hospital […]
  • NURSING HOME IN LOUISIANA PARTNERS WITH LOCAL ANIMAL SHELTER, CREATING AN ANIMAL HOUSE CLUB October 10, 2018
    A skilled nursing facility is slowly transforming from the traditional institutionalized setting into a homey space for residents by becoming a regular animal house. In Many, Louisiana, the Many Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center welcomes dogs and cats to its quarters bringing little friskiness into their residents’ lives, recently collaborated with the local animal shelter creating […]
  • MOBILE MEDICAL CLINIC PROVIDES BETTER HEALTHCARE SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY October 8, 2018
    As part of their community health course, Concordia University Texas School of Nursing students are now utilizing a medical van to better serve their community. Their Mobile Medical Missions van functions as a pop-up clinic offering free, basic healthcare to two counties and has sufficient space for medical supply storage and seating for clients and […]
  • ALABAMA’S NURSING SHORTAGE ISSUE October 5, 2018
    For the past years, nursing shortage has been much evident across US affecting the healthcare industry directly baffling health leaders. Alabama for instance, is one of the few states experiencing the issue. “Nurses are the heartbeat of healthcare,” said Alabama State Nurses Association Annual Convention Executive Director John Ziegler in article. “They’re the largest workforce […]
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