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5 Tips For Using People First Language in Your Daily Practice

How we talk or chart about our patients is just as important as how we speak to them. Using people first language places the person ahead of the diagnosis or disability.

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Robot tells man he'll be dead in hours

Ernest Quintana's family knew he was dying of chronic lung disease when he was taken by ambulance to a hospital, unable to breathe.

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Have you had your Colonoscopy? March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month

As nurses, we understand the importance of health screenings. We check our eyes, do blood work, and get pap smears, but over the years we have added colonoscopy to the list.

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Feel Like I'm Drowning

Dear Nurse Beth, I am an RN, BSN with 7 years as a nurse. I've worked in tele, med surg/ortho, utilization mgmt, ED, hospice, home health, and now ltc.

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Life in Prison for Doctor in Opioid OD Death

For those of you who say doctors don't get prosecuted, here's one who got sentenced to life in prison for the opioid death of a patient.

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An an RN, am I responsible for the actions of an LPN?

As the only RN on a mixed Med-Surg/Peds unit, taking 5 to 6 of my own patients (with no tech on most days), am I responsible for the actions of the LPN? We are not completing team nursing, just each of us individually takes our own patients.

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2019 Nursing Salary Survey

Salary is a definite factor for those looking for a job. It also plays a big factor in retaining nurses. But there are other factors that may impact retention rates even more. Work environment, safe nurse-patient staffing ratios, and job satisfaction may be more important to the nurse who is trying to decide whether or not to leave.

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