|Nursing Insights Newsletter|
Today is June 2, 2021. Editor's Picks... Clinical Educator Crossed Line; New Grad vs Experienced RN; Solutions for Short Staffing?; Letter to Flo; Lack of Hand Hygiene; and Passing the NLN PAX.
by hama1111, RN
There have been two occasions where the clinical educator has inappropriately approached me about an unrelated topic while I’m doing my morning assessment on a patient. I think this is inappropriate and I’m almost tempted to speak up because this is the second time she’s done something similar, but curious to know everyone’s thoughts.
Is it easier to train a new grad RN or an experienced 18 year RN that never worked in acute care to med surg? Especially if the experienced RN worked her entire career working private duty through an agency.
by KellyM RN, BSN, RN
I have only been a nurse for a couple years and in that time I have found one issue that unites all nurses: a deep loathing for an under-staffed unit. We’ve all experienced it, we all hate it. So how does it keep happening? To understand the how, we must start with the what.
A letter to Florence Nightingale, inviting her to observe modern nurses in the midst of the 2020 Covid pandemic.
by Terry N
What would Florence think about our hand hygiene practice or lack of? A look at the lack of hand hygiene performance from the eyes of Florence Nightingale.
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