Violence against nurses
It can range from swearing, spitting, or groping all the way to assault and even murder. It can happen in any setting: emergency department, mental health, labor and delivery, or day surgery. 553 more words
According to the article Physician Practices Seek Patient Satisfaction Surveys As Obamacare Emerges, payments for physician practices could be based in part on the patient experience – similar to what’s already happening for hospitals and home health providers. 272 more words
Infection control is a prevalent concern within the healthcare industry, taking top priority with the threat of antimicrobial resistance making infections increasingly difficult to treat. 423 more words
I read about Hue today in a fastcompany.com article called The Internet of Things, Innovating: When a Lightbulb Goes Off-Really, Really Goes Off – The Ordinary Turns to Magic… 322 more words
Some of our members and contacts have reported the hospitals they work at are pressuring them to take a flu vaccine, even to the point of forcing them to wear masks if they are not vaccinated. 40 more words
Today has probably been one of the most peculiar and eye opening days I have had in a very long while.
Today my daughters best friend had to undergo some intensive surgery (I will not disclose any details) But suffice it to say, I have been very emotional, as she is like a daughter to me, and I can say with a beaming smile she calls me her Adopted Mummy and this is fine with her Mum. 1,082 more words