Many of us are nurses because we’re caring people, and when someone asks why we became a nurse, we might say something like, “Oh, I like to help people”. And that sounds nice. But we know there’s more to it than that, don’t we?
As a nurse, a healer at heart, you may have watched with wide eyes as people were pulled from the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey on the news, and felt just a little bit helpless, itched to be on the “front lines.” There are ways you can help.
Dr. Shafi Ahmed, M.D. saw the potential of Google Glass to help teach surgeons in locations where they may not have as much exposure to more complex or novel medical procedures.
56% of doctors registered either strong support or were somewhat supportive of a single-payer health system, according to a recent survey.
Without an effort from both sides of the aisle, America’s health system may be pushed past the breaking point.
New research has shown hiring APRNs to lead nursing home care teams can improve the way facilities handle “basic” needs such as mobility, hydration, medication management, and communication.
Opioid manufacturers, drug distributors, and pharmacy chains continue to get hit with lawsuits alleging they fueled the nation’s opioid crisis through deceptive marketing and negligence.
Advocates will descend upon Washington, D.C. on September 13th and 14th to discuss the economic and health impact of research supported by the NIH.
For the child with sensory challenges, the classroom can be an overwhelming place—OTs can help ease their struggle with these strategies.
Our profession naturally has many different treatment techniques, but at the end of the day, it is our reasoning approach that we should value over the technique itself.