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You Can Help Prevent Nurse Suicides

Let's take a look at the suicide prevention strategies used at UCSD which consists of three interlinked programs: Code Lavender, a Caregiver Support Team, and the Healer Education Assessment and Referral (HEAR) program.
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Burnout Now Officially Recognized as a Health Concern

Burnout is a recognized syndrome according to the recently released ICD-11. Its cause is workplace stress that has not been managed effectively, according to the recently released ICD-11.
Delegates at the World Health Assembly during the opening of the first plenary meeting.

WHO Confirms 2020 as International Year of Nurse and Midwife

Governments from around the world endorsed 2020...
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Woman Fired After Working 20 Years as Hospital Nurse Without a License

The staff and administrators of the hospital in Jonquière, Quebec, were in disbelief when it was discovered that a woman who had been working as a nurse and caring for hospital patients for 20 years was a fraud.
Nurse Frank Baez

Dream Comes True for New Nursing Graduate: From Janitor to BSN at NYU

Persistence and hard work paid off for Frank Baez who recently graduated as a nurse with flying colors
Young Nurse Advocating and Campaigning for Nurses

10 Nurse Advocacies and Campaigns You Need to Know

Let’s have a look at some of the highlights, nurse advocacy groups and campaigns to which you can support and add your voice.
Nurses Week: Celebration of the Nurses Impact to Society

Celebrating Nurses Week 2019

It's time to celebrate National Nurses Week 2019! A wonderful week dedicated to honor the contribution of nurses to our society!
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MINT Group Uses Social Media to Attract Men Into Nursing

A group of nursing students and lecturers in the UK launched a unique project to attract more men into the profession.
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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.
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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