Profile of a critical care nurse

Specialty demands nurses with 'the right stuff'
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Diversity can reduce disparities
A more diverse RN workforce could benefit patients in a big way.
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Diversity stats are telling
Data on U.S. population and RN population show imbalance.
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Associations weigh in on issue
Understanding nurses' and patients' cultures are equally important.
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CE: The uncommon handshake
This simple gesture can mean a great deal to patients.
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NBNA endorses education goals
Mentoring and scholarships show students they have support.
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Chasing diversity in nursing
Increasing diversity is a challenge that's worth the effort.
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Caring for LGBTQ patients
Discrimination and access to care are challenges for this population.
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Diversity goes deeper than DNA
Cultural diversity, competency are keys to improving nation's health.
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NAHN focuses on recruitment
Diversity initiatives simultaneously target health disparity rates.
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Inclusion's role in diversity
Inclusion underscores the need to value each individual on a team.
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Diversity in nursing - arrow and bulls eye
Precision medicine targets genetics, societal factors, and more.
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CGFNS is going strong
Its support of global nursing workforce remains a priority.
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The law has role in diversity
Legal protections exist to promote and protect diverse groups.
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No easy choices
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RNs' turmoil over treatment decisions has a lasting impact.
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Alarm overkill
Too many alarms can be as dangerous as too few.
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AACN president talks goals
The association represents over 500,000 acute and critical care RNs.
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Fighting this issue involves knowing the latest on treatment.
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It's about synergy and family
Critical care units are more family-friendly than they once were.
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Safety for overweight patients
A critical care patient's weight plays into care and equipment decisions.
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Profile of a critical care nurse
Their character traits can make a difference in their success.
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Critical care nurse survey
What do these nurses have to say about their specialty?
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Pain is a peculiar problem
There is no one-size-fits-all method for easing pain for patients.
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Avoid legal risks in critical care
Steer clear of lawsuits by dotting i's and crossing t's — always.
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Nurses vs. pressure ulcers
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