Top Five Nursing Skills for a Newly Graduating RN

By: on 9/03/19

Nursing being a skill based profession we as professionals often fight to maintain the desired levels of expectations. Still struggling to maintain the quality of nursing institutes providing education par excellence to premier institutes and practical exposure to nursing students during their undergraduate days is questionable. Result is, once the nursing students graduates and enters … Continue reading “Top Five Nursing Skills for a Newly Graduating RN”

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How can the healthcare providers improve retention of nurses and their job satisfaction?

By: on 7/12/19

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How can the healthcare providers improve retention of nurses and their job satisfaction? “By 2030 India will need 6 million nurses and the global demand of healthcare workers will rise up to 80 million -World Bank It has been quoted a zillion times that healthcare cannot survive without nurses yet we fight to hold on … Continue reading “How can the healthcare providers improve retention of nurses and their job satisfaction?”

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Time to Sing – The Unsung Heroes

By: on 5/12/19

Wishing you all a Happy Nurses’ Day The theme for nurses’ day 2019 set by International Council of Nurses is “Nurses, A voice to Lead- Health for All”. The Council defined Health for all as “Health brought into reach of everyone in a given country.” Source: https://www.icn.ch/sites/default/files/inline-images/IND2019%20LOGO.jpg     It is in consensus with the … Continue reading “Time to Sing – The Unsung Heroes”

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Preventing Adverse Events- What nurses need to know?

By: on 4/03/19

“Too err is Human: Building a Safer Health System” The title that shocked the healthcare when Institute of Medicine reported that adverse events were the leading cause of death. It is difficult to think that seeking help caused more damage than good. The change began and continue to evolve to make healthcare a safer place … Continue reading “Preventing Adverse Events- What nurses need to know?”

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Burnout among Nurses

By: on 4/03/19

Burnout among Nurses- Is it for Real?   “This is a disaster!” Mike said. “May be you shouldn’t take your laughs so seriously” said Sully (Mike’s best friend) “But – I- I mean, work has been-” Mike tried to explain that he took his jokes very seriously.. A story about the best laugh collector (Mike) … Continue reading “Burnout among Nurses”

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Impact of Nurses on Patient Mortality and Morbidity

By: on 3/15/19

Doctors are often cited as ‘God’ in healthcare setting. Ever wondered what happens when doctor leaves a patient, who is the constant source of energy, support and care. Answer isn’t a tricky one, it is the nurses who stand by the patients when in an ICU a patient is not happy with his meals and … Continue reading “Impact of Nurses on Patient Mortality and Morbidity”

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