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Pioneering nurse-led clinics enhance patient care. Manchester, Anne Apr 1, 2015 910
Transforming patient care takes center stage at 2014 Metagenics Lifestyle Medicine Summit. Conference news Feb 1, 2015 728
Genome technology: bringing more precision to patient care. Hawkins, Matthew Dec 1, 2014 668
CMC opens 'open access' primary care practice. May 30, 2014 407
Is it a rejection of care or a resident choice? Kulus Judi Mar 1, 2014 1043
Lismore nurses reject staff cuts: patients will suffer if plans to reduce staff levels in a mental health unit go ahead. Brief article Feb 1, 2014 263
Quality improvement and patient safety in the age of reform: preconditions for success. Grennan, M. Joseph, Jr. Jul 1, 2013 3599
Finding and communicating value when you're the expert at the meeting. O'Connor, Kevin E. Jul 1, 2013 1199
Diabetes care and mental illness: the social organization of food in a residential care facility. Lowndes, Ruth H.; Angus, Jan E.; Peter, Elizabeth Report Jul 1, 2013 4767
Use of care management practices in small- and medium-sized physician groups: do public reporting of physician quality and financial incentives matter? Alexander, Jeffrey A.; Maeng, Daniel; Casalino, Lawrence P.; Rittenhouse, Diane Report Apr 1, 2013 8747
California's minimum nurse staffing legislation: results from a natural experiment. Mark, Barbara A.; Harless, David W.; Spetz, Joanne; Reiter, Kristin L.; Pink, George H. Report Apr 1, 2013 7344
Great patient care begins at registration: but collecting initial information is just the beginning in the integrated revenue management cycle. Baker, Blair Apr 1, 2013 565
Dry hematology: its development, function, and role in point of care testing. Levine, Robert A. Report Feb 1, 2013 2878
Allowable measurement error associated with quality management plans. Shires, Gary W. Feb 1, 2013 1716
Ditching NHS regional pay plans 'nail in coffin' for local pay in the south west. Brief article Jan 1, 2013 146
OMM clinic offers treatment to patients while teaching students techniques. Report Jan 1, 2013 370
Improving safety in health care: of the three infection prevention and control programmes being led by the Health Quality & Safety Commission, hand hygiene remains fundamental. Jowitt, Deborah Nov 1, 2012 1005
Physician leaders should embrace patient engagement/activation. Bottles, Kent Nov 1, 2012 1418
What Thursday, September 6 meant for healthcare: the release of the latest IOM report was significant--but its significance won't be fully understood for some time yet. Hagland, Mark Editorial Oct 1, 2012 601
IOM report: 'the Path to Continuously Learning Healthcare in America': a committee of the institute of medicine has produced a report aimed at pushing the healthcare industry to becoming a learning industry. Hagland, Mark Oct 1, 2012 1711
What hospital inpatient services contributed the most to the 2001-2006 growth in the cost per case? Maeda, Jared Lane K.; Raetzman, Susan O.; Friedman, Bernard S. Report Oct 1, 2012 7057
The show must go on. O'Connor, Teresa Oct 1, 2012 933
Neonatal transcutaneous bilirubin measurements: an opportunity to enhance laboratory utilization and improve patient care. Maisels, M. Jeffrey Report Oct 1, 2012 1505
Organising for safe patient care. Brief article Sep 1, 2012 235
Port Elizabeth's tertiary care reaches crisis point. Bateman, Chris Sep 1, 2012 2488
Bridging the healthcare delivery divide. Grobbelaar, Retha; Bateman, Chris Sep 1, 2012 1730
A mental health and recovery framework for all. Brinkman, Anne Sep 1, 2012 689
A dashboard for or patient safety optimization: how Saint Luke's scored a triple play that integrates information from critical clinical processes in the operating room, enhances overall workflow, and focuses on patient-centered care. Hagland, Mark Interview Sep 1, 2012 1183
Taking the lead: there was a theme at our 2012 Annual Conference: build on our legacy and strive to improve as a union and as a champion for safe patient care. Holmes, Brett Editorial Sep 1, 2012 603
Protecting public services and safe patient care: Assistant Secretary Judith Kiejda reported on the work with global and local organisations to protect public services, the ongoing implementation of ratios and preparations for the next pay and conditions campaign. Cover story Sep 1, 2012 378
Wentworth-Douglass, Huggins collaboration sought. Aug 24, 2012 433
How do you handle change? Warren, Sheila Aug 1, 2012 642
A potential Passport for care coordination: an online medical dashboard, currently in development, is aimed at creating a constant two-way communication platform for physicians and patients. Perna, Gabriel Aug 1, 2012 982
Patient advocates make their voices heard. Dunkle, Mary Aug 1, 2012 1522
Eleanor explains ratios to the community: nurse-to-patient ratios have been won--but with the state government holding a report recommending their removal, the NSWNA is using television to engage the public in understanding that ratios bring better patient care. Brief article Jul 1, 2012 260
Modern comprehensive assessment for prostate cancer risk: with focus upon color Doppler transrectal ultrasound of the prostate. Tamburri, Phranq D. Report Jul 1, 2012 1830
Getting involved--from apathy to integration: are you a fence sitter, preferring not to get involved? The role of 'bystander' can have a profound effect on how problems at work are resolved or health outcomes are managed. Brinkman, Anne Jul 1, 2012 1004
Engaging physicians in patient safety through self-reporting of adverse events. Edwards, Marc T. Jul 1, 2012 2940
Rationing by any other name. Etzioni, Amitai Jun 1, 2012 4585
Demand action, not assumption: a data governance model at Vanderbilt University Medical Center supports patient safety by providing complete and accurate information. Reeves, Mary G.; Bowen, Rita Jun 1, 2012 1160
A study of 'rational use of investigations' in a tertiary hospital. Alvi, Yasir; Rahman, S.Z.; Zaheer, M.S. Report Jun 1, 2012 3488
Pathways to healing: living between illness and health. Zablocki, Elaine May 1, 2012 891
Unifying a patient-centered medical home: the Adirondack pilot makes strides in coordinating patient care despite interoperability challenges. Prestigiacomo, Jennifer May 1, 2012 1733
No compromise on safe community care: community nurses are planning to take greater control over staffing to ensure adequate patient care. May 1, 2012 1012
The president comments ... Tunnicliff, Nano May 1, 2012 448
Making the links between cultural safety and let's get real: a values-based programme, developed by Te Pou o Te Whakaaro Nui, for use with clients who have mental health and/or addiction issues, has similarities to cultural safety and could be used across the health care system. Hughes, Margaret; McKay, Lisa May 1, 2012 2470
Preventing falls and keeping patients safe: falls comprise the majority of serious and sentinel events reported in hospitals. A multidisciplinary effort is needed to address this significant issue. Weston, Kate May 1, 2012 991
Alarm fatigue to get heightened attention: a steering committee of influential stakeholders makes plans to tackle the complicated issue. Ferenc, Jeff May 1, 2012 422
How to market your primary care network. Friend, Charles May 1, 2012 1115
Breaking the mold: new paradigms for physician leadership in patient safety. Peterson, Tom May 1, 2012 2700
Racism compromises Maori health: structural discrimination and racism compromise Maori health. Nurses have a crucial role, through practice and advocacy, in countering racism and improving health equity. Manson, Leanne Apr 1, 2012 1058
Ramping up to leadership CMIOs' profile keeps growing: CMIOs take on new responsibilities as patient care organizations move through the quality journey. Hagland, Mark Apr 1, 2012 2544
Success in South Carolina: lessons learned by a successful participant in the premier health alliance quest program by Mark Hagland. Hagland, Mark Apr 1, 2012 2021
Geospatial distribution of primary care physicians in relation to the health status for the selected counties in Maryland. Wang, Min Qi; Babkirk, Audrey Jeanne; Yan, Fang "Alice" Report Mar 22, 2012 3348
Bursary for CDE certification. Dickeson, Debra Brief article Mar 22, 2012 124
You've asked: I'm a registered nurse (RN) working in a hospital and I've been asked to teach bladder catheterization to one of my elderly client's significant other. Can I do this? Guitard, Vigil Mar 22, 2012 671
The "disruptive physician" label. Peraino, Robert A. Mar 22, 2012 618
Serving the patient and not the collective-protect your patients first, and your moral future. McKalip, David Mar 22, 2012 759
Increase in falls 'a concern'. Mar 1, 2012 419
Getting the message, securely: new possibilities and challenges in the way clinicians and patients communicate. Degaspari, John Feb 1, 2012 2444
Passport to better care. Feb 1, 2012 332
The healing power of love. Feb 1, 2012 632
Decision support: an advanced clinical decision support system drives better outcomes at one community hospital. Degaspari, John Cover story Feb 1, 2012 1565
Population health management in real time: Marshfield clinic has created a dashboard application that allows physicians to view real-time, usable data across their entire patient population. Perna, Gabriel Cover story Feb 1, 2012 1096
Report from AMIA: beyond electronic versions of paper charts: panelists describe going beyond established uses of EHRs to transform care. Raths, David Jan 1, 2012 606
Nursing must develop its own language to enhance understanding and visibility: nursing must develop its own language, standardised across the country, to enhance understanding and make visible the difference the profession makes to patient care. Rook, Helen; Jutel, Annemarie Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2011 1773
What are the effects of care rationing? Work by the Safe Staffing Healthy Workplaces Unit reveals that care rationing is happening. Assisting district health boards to respond to it is the best way to contribute to quality patient care. McKelvie, Rhonda Dec 1, 2011 1092
Quality of life: an ethical perspective. Malek, John Nov 1, 2011 552
Communication lies at the heart of safe patient care: communication is the key to competent nursing practice. But a range of factors can impede nurses' ability to communicate effectively with patients and peers. Brinkman, Anne Nov 1, 2011 634
The Twf project: promoting bilingualism for public health in Wales. Woodcock, Elizabeth Report Oct 1, 2011 3495
Infrastructure for improvement: four health provider organizations are leveraging clink informatics systems for better performance and improved patient safety. Raths, David Oct 1, 2011 1831
Newborn hearing screening in the private health care sector--a national survey. Meyer, Miriam Elsa; Swanepoel, De Wet Survey Sep 1, 2011 2873
Attracting nurses back to the system: our nurse-to-patient ratios campaign delivered funding for around 1,400 extra nurses for our Public Health System. Now, we need to attract nurses back into the system. Holmes, Brett Aug 1, 2011 563
Jen plans to increase her hours. Aug 1, 2011 658
Maintaining the right balance. Rieger, Paula Aug 1, 2011 326
Valuing nurses leads to better patient care: what has happened to the notion of patient-centred care? One nurse's stay in hospital earlier this year showed few instances of real caring and empathy. Murdoch, Pip Viewpoint essay Aug 1, 2011 1483
Improving the patient experience. Clendon, Jill Viewpoint essay Aug 1, 2011 528
Nursing a patient with Guillain-Barre syndrome: Guillain-Barre syndrome is a very frightening condition for patients and their families. Excellent communication from nurses and medical teams can provide much needed reassurance. De Cort, Maria Aug 1, 2011 1625
ED throughput: a key to patient safety. Jarousse, Lee Ann Aug 1, 2011 1518
Cancer center design: enhancing the patient care environment. Mitchell, Jennifer K. Jul 1, 2011 1569
Developing an outpatient symptom management clinic. Becze, Elisa Jul 1, 2011 1104
ASCLS Annual Meeting 2011: official abstracts of submitted papers, case studies and posters. Report Jun 22, 2011 4745
Reflecting on nursing and the art of caring: an encounter with a patient confirmed a student nurse's commitment to be as caring as possible in all interactions with patients, and to practise the principles of partnership, protection and participation. Thomas, Daril Jun 1, 2011 3237
More staff on the way: we have won provisions to improve staffing and skill mix, now we need to implement these improvements for safer patient care. Cover story May 1, 2011 1744
Army medicine focuses on patient-centered care. Harben, Jerry May 1, 2011 1121
Cancer Program Standards open for public comment. Brief article May 1, 2011 248
Manage anxiety and depression in patients and nurses. Brief article May 1, 2011 266
The accountable care delivery model: using technology to change provider and patient behaviors. Jarvis, Charles W. Apr 1, 2011 1441
Pulse oximetry--what are we really measuring? Casey, Georgina Apr 1, 2011 4898
Bariatric patients ... weighing up the issues: as the number of Bariatric patients continues to increase, so do the associated risks and costs. in addition to specialist equipment, there is also a need for systems to be in place to ensure a safe environment for both patients and nursing staff. Apr 1, 2011 1472
Patient safety and the medical laboratory: an introduction. Otto, Catherine N. Report Mar 22, 2011 1271
Patient safety and the medical laboratory using the IOM aims. Otto, Catherine N. Report Mar 22, 2011 3273
Improving patient safety: lessons from other disciplines. Golemboski, Karen Report Mar 22, 2011 3769
Just culture-changing the environment of healthcare delivery. Morris, Susan Report Mar 22, 2011 2966
Responses to dural puncture during institution of combined spinal-epidural analgesia: a comparison of 27 gauge pencil-point and 27 gauge cutting-edge needles. van den Berg, A.A.; Ghatge, S.; Armendariz, G.; Cornelius, D.; Wang, S. Report Mar 1, 2011 3295
Congratulations on ratios and better pay: public health system members vote 'yes' to nurse-to-patient ratios and 9.7% payrise. Mar 1, 2011 863
Unmet needs: service issues for persons who are blind or have low vision. Crudden, Adele; Sansing, William Report Mar 1, 2011 5007
'Fix the damn system!'--Johannesburg's tertiary hospital doctors. Bateman, Chris Mar 1, 2011 2441
Quality and efficiency in caring for veterans. Wilson, Arthur H. Mar 1, 2011 541
Transformative healthcare: an early adopter of EHR adds statistical analysis to the patient care mix. Degaspari, John Interview Feb 1, 2011 2365
Reinventing electronic support for physicians: a look at Kaiser Permanente's Patient Panel Support Tool and care delivery: Part 1. Degaspari, John Interview Feb 1, 2011 2725
Realising enrolled nurses' full potential: enrolled nurses now have a new, broader scope of practice which enables them to play an important role in patient assessment and care. Their new competencies could make a huge difference in aged care but some providers seem reluctant to realise this potential. Haultain, Rob; Weston, Kate; Rolls, Suzanne Feb 1, 2011 2046
More power to control workloads: determined action has won a stronger mechanism to enforce safe staffing in Community Health and Community Mental Health. Feb 1, 2011 375
Bed closures won ratios: 573 beds closed at 68 hospitals forced the NSW Government to start negotiating on ratios. Feb 1, 2011 1104
Nasal and pulmonary drug delivery MARKET. Jan 1, 2011 625
Treating patients with special needs: Pam Cushenan, RDH, MS, ATI, offers a moment of comfort and connection by holding the hand a patient with special needs during exam time. Elliott-Smith, Susan Jan 1, 2011 3504
What role do discharge coordinators play in NB? As a key component of the health care team, nurses in the role of discharge coordinator provide a link for care to safely and successfully transfer from hospital to community. Murray, Diane Dec 22, 2010 316
Strong action for safe patient care: a successful strike resulted in the Government starting negotiations on our ratios claim. Holmes, Brett Dec 1, 2010 704
'Make sure this is your legacy'. Dec 1, 2010 536
TV and radio ads spread One2Four message: how many patients can one nurse be safely responsible for? Brief article Dec 1, 2010 132
Delegates vote to strike: NSWNA committee of delegates gave the green light for a statewide strike by public health system nurses and midwives. Dec 1, 2010 423
Cardiac rehabilitation: patient selection, indications, and contraindications/Kardiyak rehabilitasyon: endikasyonlari, hasta secimi ve kontrendikasyonlar. Ayhan, F. Figen Report Dec 1, 2010 3414
Introducing family-centred care in Binh Dinh province: an assignment to improve and develop nursing services in Viet Nam's Binh Dinh Province was a steep learning curve for one New Zealand nurse. Her legacy is safer care for neonates and nurses practising more holistically. Manchester, Anne Dec 1, 2010 1662
Nurses say action will escalate if Government won't listen: NSWNA branches have unanimously voted to endorse the mandated nurse-to-patient ratios claim, and our research indicates that members are prepared to escalate action to show their support and pressure the Government to deliver safer patient care. The Lamp spoke with four members about the importance of ratios and taking action to win this crucial component of our claim. Cover story Nov 1, 2010 834
Closing beds won ratios in Victoria: strong action by nurses, especially closing beds, was an important component of the Victorian nurses' campaign to win mandated nurse-to-patient ratios. Nov 1, 2010 476
A case of advanced colon cancer treated successfully without chemotherapy. Jurasunas, Serge Clinical report Nov 1, 2010 3072
'Osteopathy--Everything You Can Do With Hand And Voice Alone'. Scott, Donald Oct 1, 2010 749
Recognizing the needs of family members of neuroscience patients in an intensive care setting. Prachar, Tanya Lynn; Mahanes, Dea; Arceneaux, Amy; Moss, Bridget L.; Jones, Sue; Conaway, Mark; Burn Report Oct 1, 2010 4482
'Courageous nurses' kept turning up for work. Oct 1, 2010 591
'Write Right': the GSAHS clinical documentation project. Stewart, Ann; Robben, Tony Report Oct 1, 2010 1620
Effects of using human patient simulator versus a CD-ROM on learning the management of patients exposed to chemical agents. Johnson, Don; Flagg, Amanda; Dremsa, Theresa L. Report Oct 1, 2010 4888
What's in the nurse staffing ratio claim: summary of the 2010 claim for nurse staffing ratios and skill mix for safe patient care. Sep 1, 2010 770
Ask Judith: when it comes to your rights and entitlements at work, NSWNA assistant general secretary Judith Kiejda has the answers. Kiejda, Judith Sep 1, 2010 982
Dementia care all too often neglects 'the person'. Sep 1, 2010 659
Supporting indirectly traumatized populations: the need to assess secondary traumatic stress for helping professionals in DSM-V. Kanno, Hanae Aug 1, 2010 1807
Patient care 'rationed' as nurses struggle under heavy workloads--survey: nurses are committed to their profession, but are often struggling under intense workloads, causing unsustainable levels of stress and the "rationing' of patient care, according to a survey at three district health boards. Lawless, Jane; Wan, Lixin; Zeng, Irene Aug 1, 2010 2757
The go-betweens for patients and clinical staff. Brief article Aug 1, 2010 232
Westmead members keep up the pressure: the threat of industrial action by nurses at Westmead Hospital forced management to address recruitment issues that were impacting on safe patient care. Aug 1, 2010 572
Patients to give feedback on care via iPhone. Brief article Jul 1, 2010 166
Proposed ratios claim ready: a proposed ratios claim has been developed for eight specialty nursing areas, after empirical research by academics and widespread consultation with nursing experts. Jul 1, 2010 590
Views from nursing specialists on staffing and nurse ratios. Jul 1, 2010 1422
Quicker glaucoma diagnosis for patients. Brief article Jun 4, 2010 204
Change of government 'could threaten NHS': fears for NHS services and quality in patient care if Labour is not re-elected. May 1, 2010 361
Steps forward on e-prescribing: as e-prescribing becomes more widespread, even hospital organizations without full EMR implementation are seeing gains in clinician workflow and patient safety. Lawrence, Daphne May 1, 2010 1099
Providing intensive care: an air of mystery can surround intensive care units (ICU). But nurses working at Christchurch Hospital's ICU maintain good communication--with patients, families and colleagues--is at the heart of their work. O'Connor, Teresa May 1, 2010 2030
Clash over religion-based policies. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief article May 1, 2010 139
ED 'like a war zone': Coffs Harbour protest demands another nurse per shift. May 1, 2010 1025
Learning from the best: with inspiration from James W. West, MD, the Betty Ford Center's award-winning patient safety program improves organizational performance and patient care. Grantham, Dennis Apr 1, 2010 1887
Mid-Staffs: lest we forget. Apr 1, 2010 869
Implementing the critical care pain observation tool using the Iowa model. Kowal, Christopher David Report Mar 22, 2010 5509
Minute medicine: examining retail clinic legal issues and legislative challenges. Hoffmann, Aaron Mar 22, 2010 12556
Diabetes and depression--a risky combination: a literature review provides strong evidence that a dual diagnosis of diabetes and depression increases mortality. Daly, Mary Mar 1, 2010 2407
Protocols, prompters, bundles, checklists, and triggers: synopsis of a preventable mortality reduction strategy. Safeek, Yisrael M.; May, Pam. T. Mar 1, 2010 2588
Brits to replace open-backed hospital gowns. Brief article Mar 1, 2010 186
NUMs support safe staffing: the NSWNA hosted forums on safe patient staffing for N/MUMs and Nurse Managers. Mar 1, 2010 889
Help achieve safe patient care at your workplace: are you concerned about safe patient care at your workplace? NSWNA training can give you the skills and knowledge to change your workplace and address these concerns. Brief article Mar 1, 2010 265
Improving patient care through data availability in the ICU; at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, clinician and it leaders together created an innovative dashboard for ICU intensivists and nurses. Hagland, Mark Mar 1, 2010 2123
Quality in practice: what does the continued emphasis on 'quality' within NHS services in England mean for health visitors, school nurses and community nurses? Godson, Ros Feb 1, 2010 1600
Enough is enough: North Coast nurses and community rally for safe patient care. Cover story Feb 1, 2010 662
Frustration sets tone for pay campaign. Brief article Feb 1, 2010 163
Kempsey demands safe staffing in ED: nurses and community members take to the streets; 5,000 sign petition demanding one more registered nurse per shift in ED. Cover story Feb 1, 2010 441
Handling aggressive patients. Kiejda, Judith Brief article Feb 1, 2010 206
Regulation of patient management software. Williams, James; Weber-Jahnke, Jens Jan 1, 2010 14677
Seven habits of nurse advocates and policy leaders. Myers, Carole R. Dec 22, 2009 736
HIV care in the United States: the general hospital setting. Rose, Caitlin Report Dec 22, 2009 1937
How staffing shortages put you at risk. Dec 1, 2009 520
Guidelines for the reporting of nongynecologic cytopathology specimens. Crothers, Barbara A.; Tench, William D.; Schwartz, Mary R.; Bentz, Joel S.; Moriarty, Ann T.; Clayto Report Nov 1, 2009 12561
Traitement du VIH aupres d'une clientele marginalisee : approche de proximite pour favoriser l'observance des rendez-vous. Perreault, Michel; Mousseau, Manon; Laurier, Catherine; Rabouin, Daniel; Desbiens, Sylvie; Cote, Pie Report Nov 1, 2009 3830
Getting IT together: an executive summary of the results of this year's make IT happen survey, for which over 500 readers provided valuable opinions and feedback. Munday, Dave Nov 1, 2009 801
Why it matters. Rader, Rick Editorial Oct 1, 2009 845
Patient misidentification in Papanicolaou tests: a systems-based approach to reducing errors. Meyer, Erin; Underwood, R. Shawn; Padmanabhan, Vijayalakshmi Report Aug 1, 2009 1853
Commentary on "current perceptions of the role of dental hygienists in interdisciplinary collaboration". Jaecks, Kelli Swanson Report Jul 1, 2009 2879
Shortages affect patient care. Jul 1, 2009 514
Safe surgery to save lives: a World Health Organisation surgical safety checklist is designed to enhance teamwork and communication, and improve surgical outcomes. Anderson, Leigh Jul 1, 2009 1641
Pieces of the POCT puzzle: point-of-care testing: changing the way patient care is delivered. Hale, Kristin N.; Kost, Gerald J. Cover story Jun 1, 2009 3022
What a recovery organization looks like: targets you should aim for to promote people's healing. Ashcraft, Lori; Anthony, William A. Jun 1, 2009 1589
Document control practices in 120 clinical laboratories. Valenstein, Paul N.; Stankovic, Ana K.; Souers, Rhona J.; Schneider, Frank; Wagar, Elizabeth A. Report Jun 1, 2009 5950
Stay on schedule. Eastern, Joseph S. Report May 1, 2009 477
Hand instrumentation a shift in paradigms. Leiseca, Cynthia Biron Cover story May 1, 2009 2672
Call to give a 'a voice and heart' to nurses. May 1, 2009 710
Keeping staff and the organisation safe: so what's the role of an occupational health nurse within a district health board's health and safety team? And what are the major health issues confronting nurses? O'Connor, Teresa May 1, 2009 1985
Short-term solutions with long-term benefits: providing frequent users of emergency departments with multidisciplinary services has dramatic payoffs. Rapport, Sharon L.; Mangiante, Lisa May 1, 2009 2547
Reorganizing to provide integrated care: three agencies aim for better coordinated care in Northeast Colorado. Maxwell, Wayne A.; Alexander, Kendall P.; Ratliff, Randolph E. May 1, 2009 1232
On the threshold of hope: the design of alcohol and drug treatment facilities can support patients' recovery. Wessling, Rick May 1, 2009 1537
MNA protects patient safety by blocking SB 205. May 1, 2009 745
Hopkins students head to Capitol Hill to fight for patient safety. Brief article May 1, 2009 171
Evidence-based protocol to decrease the occurrence of healthcare associated postoperative surgical site infections. Brief article Apr 1, 2009 255
A clinical ladder revision based on the evidence. Brief article Apr 1, 2009 260
Recognising innovation: it's often the simplest, most low 'tech' nursing innovation that can have the biggest impact on improving patient care. Manchester, Anne Apr 1, 2009 944
Taking a stand pays off: a treatment center finds benefits from entering the legislative process. Gresham, James Apr 1, 2009 883
Barriers to health care for people with hearing loss: a review of the literature. Scheier, Donna B. Mar 22, 2009 5783
Referral for profit: deprofessionalization of health care in America. Macs, Dina S. Report Mar 22, 2009 14270
Collaboration: RX for effective interdisciplinary relations. Priegel, Brenda; Kupperschmidt, Betty R. Essay Mar 1, 2009 915
Care in the right place: providing specialised care where patients feel most at ease. Hamilton, Julie; Whiteside, Anne; Kayes, Jackie Mar 1, 2009 655
Workloads relief at Coffs: nurses at Coffs Harbour Hospital win an extra full-time RN in the busy High Dependency Unit, following application of the Reasonable Workloads Tool. Mar 1, 2009 732
Violence a part of caregivers' work. Mar 1, 2009 502
A passion for oncology nursing: nurses who work in ontology and haemotology must be warm, caring and very knowledgeable, able to advocate for their patients and have the confidence to deal with a range of other hospital staff. Manchester, Anne Mar 1, 2009 2060
Fear and facts: understanding bisphosphonate use. Elliott-Smith, Susan Cover story Mar 1, 2009 3682
Resident duty hours: concerns and consequences. Sataloff, Robert T. Editorial Mar 1, 2009 2070
Collaborative scopes of care committee completes its work. Mar 1, 2009 1906
Translating research into practice intervention improves management of acute pain in older hip fracture patients. Titler, Marita G.; Herr, Keela; Brooks, John M.; Xie, Xian-Jin; Ardery, Gail; Schilling, Margo L.; M Report Feb 1, 2009 9130
Garling reports back on public health. Garling, Peter Feb 1, 2009 970
A series of mistakes lead to patient's death: a Health and Disability Commissioner case highlights the importance of registered nurses reading all documentation accompanying a patient and of the need for dear communication. Rose, Karen; Gilmour, Cathy Feb 1, 2009 968
Nursing the anthroposophical way: Anthroposophical nursing aims to improve life quality and patients' capacity to self-heal. Manchester, Anne Feb 1, 2009 947
UNLV, NSC partner on effort to improve nurse retention and patient care with online education. Brief article Feb 1, 2009 95
Drug-induced thrombocytopenia. Kenney, Barton; Stack, Gary Report Feb 1, 2009 4841
A method for evaluating the short-term use of capacity to provide direct patient care. Broyles, Robert W.; Khaliq, Amir A.; Mattachione, Steven E. Report Jan 1, 2009 8352
Why new Mexico should not mandate staffing ratios. Jan 1, 2009 372
Evidence based practice--what's in it for me? Brazaski, Karrie A. Jan 1, 2009 337
Treat the patient--not the blood tests! Teitelbaum, Jacob Jan 1, 2009 2589
Nurse sensitive indicators: a staff nurse perspective. Nance, Brenda Dec 1, 2008 464
HHS committee calls for medical home funding. Schneider, Mary Ellen Nov 1, 2008 387
Patient problem list--101 nursing tips. Woodruff, David W. Brief article Nov 1, 2008 346
The meaning of technology in intensive care. Almerud, Sofia Report Sep 22, 2008 4392
New nursing practices are transforming bedside care at Catholic Medical Center. Sep 12, 2008 689
Humor: IV stickler ticklers. Sears, Diane Sep 1, 2008 1920
Rest assured: innovations make going under the knife safer. Ryther-Francom, Sarah Sep 1, 2008 1017
Meeting a diverse population's health needs: the Manchester Community Health Center begins a new era. George, Edward G. Aug 1, 2008 533
A day too long: rethinking physician work hours. Mercurio, Mark R. Jul 1, 2008 1488
2007 AACN excellence in leadership award. Hobson, Deborah B. Brief article Jun 1, 2008 305
Die belewinge van informele versorgers van miv/vigs-pasiente: 'n salutogene perspektief. Steenkamp, Ilse; Potgieter, Johan Report Jun 1, 2008 6738
The Maryland nurse's role in organ donation. McRann, Debbi Report May 1, 2008 986
For healthy government vote well in 2008. Wrigley, Joanne May 1, 2008 351
InGNA: workforce advocacy. Peters, Dorethea Brief article May 1, 2008 269
A nation at risk. (From the Editor). McBride, Michael Editorial May 1, 2008 513
Extreme makeover: an open-architecture document management solution helps a provider reduce expenses and improve member benefits. Redding, Robert May 1, 2008 1464
An LIS supports quality initiatives. Wooster, Ginger Apr 1, 2008 1578
Workforce Advocacy Program--Tools (part two). Brief article Apr 1, 2008 190
Advancing health care by putting patients first. Tarjan, Roxanne Mar 22, 2008 564
Inpatient caregivers also need support. Dydyk, Deborah Brief article Mar 1, 2008 162
Seize the moment and save our system: two critical processes are now in play which will open a rare window of opportunity for the lemma government to solve the recurrent crises in our public hospitals. Holmes, Brett Editorial Mar 1, 2008 653
New ways to support specialty inpatient services. Genovese, Bruce Mar 1, 2008 1637
A multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of chronic pain: a case report. Stephenson, Lindsay Mar 1, 2008 5152
Trust building sparks recovery from posttraumatic crisis. Zoler, Mitchel L. Feb 1, 2008 579
Model policy adds balance to opioid management. Brunk, Doug Feb 1, 2008 707
The language of healthcare: variance in the English language is harming patients and hospitals' bottom lines. Is healthcare IT the solution? Schwend, George T. Cover story Feb 1, 2008 1207
The value of data. Feb 1, 2008 291
The speed to know: the convergence of biomedical devices and IT for the ED may lead to improved patient care. Morwood, Mark Feb 1, 2008 991
What gets measured gets managed; how an EDIS can be used to collect and manage patient throughput to ease ED overcrowding. Kornecki, Zbigniew Feb 1, 2008 1461
Empowering better nursing care. Woodruff, David W. Feb 1, 2008 356
Introduction of enhancement technologies into the Intensive Care Service, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. Ryan, Angela; Patrick, Jon; Herkes, Robert Feb 1, 2008 3222
Learning to ask for help. Scott, Diane E. Jan 1, 2008 876
From ideological to competency-based: the rebranding and maintaining of medical social work's identity. Silverman, Ed Report Jan 1, 2008 1630
Drivers taking Ambien should follow proper regimen. McNamara, Damian Dec 1, 2007 561
Many migraine patients at risk for serotonin syndrome. Jancin, Bruce Dec 1, 2007 315
Family health history as a 21st-century genetic tool. Murray, Michael F. Dec 1, 2007 852
Cancer patients' choices clearer with decision aid. MacNeil, Jane Salodof Dec 1, 2007 597
Discharge sheets help patients track their care. Kirn, Tim Brief article Dec 1, 2007 292
Patient safety: is technology enough? Lancelot, J.F. Dec 1, 2007 1294
Turmoil at Capital and Coast DHB--ED and district nurses under pressure. Dec 1, 2007 684
Outcomes 'terrible' after stent thrombosis. Jancin, Bruce Oct 15, 2007 630
Winning the battle for standardization: the U.S. Army Medical Department examines the EMR to develop a standardized process for medication reconciliation documentation. Oct 1, 2007 1631
Channeling the data stream; how analytics can radically improve clinical performance. Brooks, Michael Oct 1, 2007 1533
Thrombotic microangiopathy (TTP and HUS): advances in differentiation and diagnosis. Schneider, Margaret Sep 22, 2007 2928
Life is good with EHRs: EHR enhances patient care and physicians' quality of life at a 4-location surgical practice. O'Neill, Owen R. Sep 1, 2007 1629
Practice resource network. Aug 1, 2007 1521
Safe Nursing and Patient Care Act: bill to protect nurses from mandatory overtime reintroduced in the house. Artz, Michelle Aug 1, 2007 509
Patient transition between intensive care units and general wards. Bhengu, B.R. Brief article Aug 1, 2007 250
Restarting a provider organization: IT is an important part of a West Virginia provider's turnaround. Wallace, Jim Aug 1, 2007 1910
WHO collaborating centre for patient safety releases nine life-saving patient safety solutions. Aug 1, 2007 423
Reclaiming our priorities. Hanson, Dave Speech Jul 1, 2007 1116
Nurses have a role in product selection. Painter, Julie May 1, 2007 485
An overview of patient safety issues. May 1, 2007 1766
Integrated management of childhood illness (IMCI)--traditional versus new approaches to clinical care: what is the difference between integrated and traditional clinical care in paediatrics? Saloojee, Haroon Report Apr 1, 2007 2798
Where is subspecialty care going? Fitzgerald, Faith T. Mar 15, 2007 807
Gainsharing arrangements proceed slowly. Schneider, Mary Ellen Mar 1, 2007 565
Routine omissions of care. Stewart-Amidei, Chris Editorial Feb 1, 2007 581
Nurses provide care and comfort to patients while also remembering themselves. Servodidio, Camille Feb 1, 2007 357
The accuracy of surrogate decisions in intensive care scenarios. Li, L.L.M.; Cheong, K.Y.P.; Yaw, L.K.; Liu, E.H.C. Clinical report Feb 1, 2007 3373
Depth of anaesthesia by Bispectral Index monitoring for inter-hospital transfer. Price, R.J.; Urquhart, C.; Wallace, C.J.; Binning, A. Clinical report Feb 1, 2007 653
Nurses on guard: one healthcare facility teaches nurses to spot signs of escalating aggression among visitors and defend against abusive behaviors. Longmore-Etheridge, Ann Feb 1, 2007 2622
CDHC on the precipice. Blair, Robin Editorial Jan 1, 2007 571
Doctors must keep cost at bay or face reprimand. Bateman, Chris Brief article Jan 1, 2007 94
Facing the malpractice crisis: academic physicians' willingness to accept quick fix solutions. Wright, Scott M. Dec 1, 2006 1918
Nurses act against overcrowding: psychiatric patients sleep on floors. O'Brien, Cheryl Dec 1, 2006 564
Issuing 'medication passports' for patients. Nov 1, 2006 439
Nurses speak out: what do patients really need? Henderson, Linda Jul 1, 2006 739
Who is responsible? Bayley, Carol; Berlinger, Nancy May 1, 2006 1650
President's message. Henderson, Linda Apr 1, 2006 581
Hepatology service generates substantial hospital charges. Boschert, Sherry Feb 1, 2006 471
Ensuring equitable care in your practice. South-Paul, Jeannette E. Editorial Dec 15, 2005 681
The value of patient-specific care. Sinsky, Christine A. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 238
Evolving realities of dental practice: care for patients with special needs. Perlman, Steven P. Sep 1, 2005 1472
Designing better hospitalist programs. Greeno, Ron Jul 15, 2004 572
Finding our way. Weise, Kathryn Jul 1, 2004 1922
Informed consent from the doctor? Jul 1, 2004 1558
The contribution of demoralization to end of life decisionmaking. Kissane, David W. Jul 1, 2004 8811
Training and leadership needed for patient handling guidelines. Brown, Eileen Jul 1, 2004 505
Patient care--the bottom line. Sembiante, Tana Jun 1, 2004 1193
Dealing with angry patients. Lazoritz, Stephen Column May 1, 2004 1874
Forum debates magnet progress. Apr 1, 2004 458
Inpatient treatment is only the beginning. Finn, Robert Mar 15, 2004 659
Technology-driven outcomes: information technology will play a significant role in identifying those interventions that generate best outcomes. Perry, Thad Jan 1, 2004 1686
When do rental costs warrant the purchase of ventilators? Patrick, Herbert Column Jan 1, 2004 1222
Assess your quality of care quotient. Peterson, Lori West Jul 1, 1997 1258
Are PRO discharge screens associated with postdischarge adverse outcomes? Wei, Feifei; Mark, David; Hartz, Arthur; Campbell, Claudia Aug 1, 1995 6267

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