Joshna Maharaj believes we don’t have to sacrifice joy or flavour for health and nourishment. She talks about the importance of bringing hospitality back to the hospital
The fight is on and the bugs are coming on strong. They are mounting resistance to even our strongest weapons. We need to work together to hold them off! Obviously, this means we’ll need a nurse.
Those we serve need the best from us and challenges are mounting. The bedside is not always an easy place to be. With just two hands and twelve hours, how can we be our best selves here?
Let’s just say it’s been a long year.
There is a growing understanding that marketing by health-related industry influences health care. And nurses are the most trusted and numerous health professional. But marketing to nurses? Does that really happen? The answer may surprise you.
Our patients come to us with one request: Make it better! And that’s what we try to do. But our system is struggling, clinicians are struggling within it and patients are suffering the harms. So how can we make the system better? For all of us? Lily Yang offers some suggestions.
Pain is interwoven throughout health care and to manage it well requires a high level of skill, expertise and continuous learning. Especially as we grapple with the meaning of opioid safety. Jaclyn Ricci, nurse practitioner and pain specialist offers valuable insight and language to help us better care for our patients in pain.
Looking back across four decades Kathryn shares critical moments that shaped her career and the modern growth of her specialty. Kathryn sees opportunity where others cannot. Hers is a beautiful example of innovation and leadership oriented, always, to meeting the needs of patients and families.
All good patient care starts with a proper history. And a history of nursing starts with Sioban Nelson. Sioban is a historian, writer, scholar, thought leader and nurse.
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