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Commentary: Even after all these years, Guantanamo is still open for business. Prisoners remain untried in a court of law, because of a designation created by the Bush and continued by the Obama regime. 337 more words

American Nurses Association

How punishment affects our practice

Currently I am working on understanding more about the challenges of providing culturally competent nursing care in correctional settings. The population of patients we serve are not only culturally diverse but also some racial and ethnic groups are disproportionately represented. 1,458 more words

Essentials Of Correctional Nursing

Six Challenges Managing Medications that make Correctional Nursing Unique

 Medication management is a primary responsibility of nurses working in correctional settings (American Nurses Association (ANA) 2013). The Bureau of Justice Statistics reported that 66% of prisoners and 40% of inmates in jail who had a chronic condition were taking prescription medication. 1,411 more words

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Kathleen Tierney BSN, RN’s Auspicious Nursing Career is Recognized by the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare

The International Nurses Association and Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare proudly welcome Kathleen Tierney BSN, RN, as an honorable member of the nursing community of Illinois. 192 more words

Worldwide Leaders In Healthcare

Celebrate Nurses Week!

May 6th – May 12th is National Nurses Week.

Nurses of Cape Ann and Around the World, Join me in the Celebration!

Nurses make a meaningful difference in people’s lives every day. 525 more words

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Empathy: A Practice not an Emotion

Empathy has been discussed as a basic component of effective nursing practice since the 1960s. It is important because empathy produces insight into an patient’s experience and coping with illness. 1,522 more words

Essentials Of Correctional Nursing