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What Does Transparency in Healthcare Mean to You?

Yesterday’s afternoon discussion at Telluride East was focused on “Transparency”, a buzzword for many in healthcare today, but a concept that holds tremendous meaning for patient safety and caregiver well-being for those who walk the talk. 466 more words

Medical Education

Updated Schedule for CCNEpal 2014 as of July 21, 2014

Where have I been?

Just got back from two weeks in the Terai. Mostly Bharatpur but also Biratnagar. I loved the people in Biratnagar, though I was so busy teaching I really never left the hotel. 625 more words

Nursing Education

For the Love of Nurses

A few years ago Richard Gallier had a heart catheterization at Roper Hospital and realized the guy wheeling him out of surgery was older than he was. 281 more words

Life Changing Moments

So you want to be a Nurse Practitioner?

First let me say that Nurse Practitioners (NPs) play a valuable role in our health care system.  As nurses with clinical expertise from years of experience working with patients and advanced educational training, NPs have a lot to offer patients, healthcare teams, and organizations.  888 more words

Nursing

PCCTI.com Has Produced Many Highly Qualified Nurses

PCCTI.com has emerged as a leading nursing school in the State of Illinois that has been producing qualified, trained, and registered nurses since last 7 years. 315 more words

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Nursing Simulation Scenario: Physical Assessment

By: Montgomery College
http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/

In this nursing simulation scenario, the RN performs a hospital admission physical assessment. This video is one in a series of nursing simulation scenarios created to educate nursing students and refresh new practicing nurses about situations they could encounter in practice in a simulated context. 24 more words

Study links high cholesterol to increased risk of breast cancer

A new study recently presented at the Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biology meeting in Barcelona, Spain, suggests that women who have high cholesterol may be at higher risk of developing breast cancer. 478 more words

Barbara Sosiak, MSN, RN