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Online CE and the Evidence Based Practice Movement

Evidence based practice has become a near ubiquitous term associated with improving shortcomings or holes in modern nursing care. Despite its use as a common “quick fix idea” it is much more profound than that. 487 more words

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Nursing Jurisprudence and Ethics - What is there to learn?

As of 2014, the Texas board of nursing officially announced a new continuing nursing education requirement for all practicing nurses. From this year on, Texas nurses will need to take 2.0 hours of continuing nursing education in Jurisprudence and Ethics every third licensing cycle. 199 more words

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Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections - The Most Prominent HAI

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are the most common Health Care Associated Infections in the United States. Curiously, over 75% of all Urinary Tract Infections are attributable with a urinary catheter. 202 more words

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Air Embolism Safety?

An Air Embolism is a rare, but extremely serious complication, that is considered a “never event” by the centers for medicare and Medicaid . Outside of a very particular set of natural occurring situations, the majority of reported Air Emboli occur within hospitals as a result of specific procedures. 184 more words

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Interested in Leech Therapy?

Throughout Europe and the United States, Leech Therapy has experienced a modern resurgence to medical relevancy. With records dating back to antiquity, leech therapy is one of the oldest medical treatments in human history. 222 more words

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