Is a whistleblower always legally protected?
Case illustrates how imperative it is to follow the rules of reporting
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Master the basics of EBP and learn how to start your own project.
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Research seeds practice
Turn a patient care idea into evidence-based practice by starting with solid research.
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Fuel career satisfaction
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EBP blasts make an impact
A nurse who manages six clinics successfully expands healthcare access and relieve congestion.
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Self-care is a safety issue
Nurses who work nights or rotating shifts can suffer from sleep deprivation, which negatively impact their health and puts patients at risk.
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Create a dream team
Interprofessional collaboration and care has the potential improve outcomes and processes.
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Follow the evidence
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Pregame practice for students
Nursing students are being taught the importance of providing high-quality care that’s supported by evidence.
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TeamSTEPPS improves communication
TeamSTEPPS was created as a nursing strategy to improve patient safety. Learn how the model took shape.
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Elevate your care
Learn why evidence-based practice is a must when it comes to quality patient care.
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Hold the power for change
Bedside nurses have the ability to make significant practice changes in the workplace.
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Making the grade
Use your critical thinking skills to continue to reevaluate evidence and adjust EBP, if necessary.
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Protect them from pain
Age-appropriate EBP helped nurses reduce pain levels in their young patients.
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The journey continues
Nurse leaders have the difficult task of increasing participationin EBP, but they know it’s worth the effort.
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An unacceptable risk
Perioperative nurses are striving to decrease the risk of hospital-acquired pressure ulcers.
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Training days
Managing the healthcare of specific patient populations using EBP to drive clinical decision making has become a necessity.
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Patient care gets revamped
Cancer center uses evidence-based studies and patient input to make changes to bedside reporting, elevate patient safety and improve care.
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It's a big, ugly issue
workplace violence rears its ugly head
From spitting to assaults, workplace violence is a major threat to nurses.
No unit is immune to workplace violence
No unit is immune
The ED and other units can strategize to keep everyone safe.
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How to recognize and prevent bullying in nursing
Recognize and prevent bullying
Differentiate between this form of lateral violence and incivility.
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Are you a bully?
Are you a bully?
Find out if your own behavior may need some adjusting.
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Learn safety techniques to avoid workplace violence.
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Learn how to resolve conflict on the job
Resolve conflict on the job
Conflict resolution is a skill that can serve you well for years to come.
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workplace violence should not be part of job
Nurses should not be in danger
Nurses' safety must sit high on everyone's list of priorities.
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Startling statistics on workplace violence
Startling statistics
Violent injuries may be more common than people think.
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emergency room nurses share how to deter workplace violence
ED nurses share their methods
Recognizing warning signs can help creat calm and avoid catastrophe.
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home care nurses are at unique risk for workplace violence
Home care nurses at unique risk
Dangers can exist in patients' homes and neighborhoods.
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Nurses should not be afraid of workplace violence
Nurses should not be afraid
Leaders can help thwart violence and ensure their teams' safety.
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Sound the alarm about whistleblowing
Sound the alarm
Document everything when whistleblowing.
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Is a whistleblower always legally protected?
Is a whistleblower always safe?
Case shows how important it is to follow the rules of reporting.
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