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Nurses Outraged by Senator’s ‘Playing Cards’ Remark

Nurses from all corners of the world are up in arms against State Senator Maureen Walsh for her condescending statement that some nurses probably spend a considerable part of their workday playing cards.
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Work Environment Affects Nurses’ Job and Patient Outcomes

A comprehensive study has confirmed that across the world, the environment in which nurses’ work influences the quality of nursing care, nurses’ job outcomes and patient well-being.
Emilia Clarke for Nursing Now Campaign as an Ambassador for Nurses

Emilia Clarke Becomes a Nursing Now Ambassador

Popular actress Emilia Clarke was announced on March 14 as First Ambassador for the global Nursing Now Campaign.
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Top graduate nursing schools in the US for 2020

U.S. News recently released a ranking of the top graduate programs in nursing.
New York State Nurses Association on Strike

Thousands of nurses in New York City authorize strike action

Nurses at three hospital systems in New York City voted by an overwhelming margin of 97% to authorize a strike action
WHO launches smartphone app to screen for hearing loss

WHO launches smartphone app to screen for hearing loss

Check your hearing on your smartphone with the new HearWHO screening app. Use it to screen your family, friends, and patients as well. Help identify, prevent, treat and manage hearing loss.
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ER nurses should assess patients for in-home firearm risks

Do you ask at-risk patients in about access to firearms in the home? Do you believe that you could do this and that it is important for the future safety of your patients?
Radonda Vaught-Vanderbilt Nurse

Ex-Vanderbilt nurse charged with reckless homicide pleads not guilty

The homicide charge against Radonda Vaught for a medication error sets a dangerous precedent for the future of the health care professions and patient safety. This has led to unprecedented support for RaDonda from the nursing profession and others.
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Helping patients to sleep will reduce their pain

A recent study with significant implications for nursing care found that even minor sleep deprivation can increase pain sensitivity and cause a drop in the neurotransmitters that relieve pain. 
Mary Mahoney – the first African-American qualified nurse

Mary Eliza Mahoney: The First African American Qualified Nurse

For Black History Month, get to know Mary Eliza Mahoney became the first professionally qualified black nurse in 1879.

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