A nurse’s medication error at a leading hospital in Tennessee caused a patient’s horrific death, and the hospital nearly lost its Medicare reimbursement status as a result.
The International Council of Nurses (ICN) recently issued a press statement calling for support of a petition to strengthen the nomination of Marianne Stöger and Margaritha Pissarek for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Besides the firefighters and police officers, many nurses, doctors, and paramedics also courageously put their own lives on the line for the safety and needs of their patients during the California fires.
All member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) made a renewed commitment to primary health care (PHC) as the way to achieve universal health coverage when they unanimously endorsed the Astana Declaration.
A resource is now available to help health care professionals to start conversations and advise their patients about physical activity.
The University of Maine has come up with a wide-reaching plan to do something about the looming nursing workforce crisis in the state of Maine.
Nursing students have high levels of stress, anxiety, and depression which could develop into mental health problems.
Nurses who are on their feet all day might seldom consider the health risks of sedentary behavior.
In seven pain-wrecked days, yellow fever killed Clara Louise and it was her own doing.
In the United Kingdom, a quarter of nursing students drop out of their courses, and it seems that similar or higher drop-out rates occur across the world.