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June 10, 2015
 
NEWS
10 Steps to Master Care Transitions  
10 Steps to Master Care Transitions  
Care coordination and transition management have become the new buzzwords in nursing as hospitals become more concerned with preventing unnecessary hospitalizations. The topic goes beyond discharge planning to incorporate a more holistic, long-term view of patient care.

FOLLOW THESE 10 BEST PRACTICES  
 
Hospitals Nearing Deadline on Alarm Fatigue Action Plan  
Hospitals Nearing Deadline on Alarm Fatigue Action Plan  
The alarms are buzzing and beeping, but the clock is also ticking on patient safety goals relating to alarm management. A major deadline looms under Phase II of the implementation of The Joint Commission's National Patient Safety Goal on clinical alarm safety.

READ THE LATEST ON ALARM MANAGEMENT  
 
 
 
 
 
Spotlight on Nursing
Magnet Process Proven Valuable  
Magnet Process Proven Valuable Many studies have demonstrated an association between Magnet designation for hospitals and better outcomes for patients and nurses. Now a study has found the rigors of completing the Magnet process have value.

LEARN HOW MAGNET TRANSFORMS HOSPITALS  
 
 
 
Focus on Women and Health
Women's Contribution to Health Care Nearly 5% of Global GDP, Yet Often Unrecognized  
Women's Contribution to Health Care Nearly 5% of Global GDP, Yet Often Unrecognized A major new commission on women and health has found that women are contributing around $3 trillion to global health care, but nearly half of this is unpaid, unrecognized or undervalued. This includes nurses.

GET DETAILS ON THE REPORT'S FINDINGS  
 
 
Complimentary Continuing Education Course from RN.com
Stroke Prevention and Recognition
This course is available at no cost until June 30, 2015. Stroke prevention is a leading public health issue. This two contact hour CE course identifies ways in which healthcare professionals can recognize the early warning signs of stroke and prevent the occurrence of stroke through education. Sign up today!
 
Special Feature
CMS Demonstration Project Producing More APRNs  
The New Report Cards on Patient Safety: Has Your Hospital Improved? Could the future of graduate nurse education resemble the models developed by the five participants in a demonstration project funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)?

READ ABOUT THE SUCCESSES AND FUTURE PLANS  
 
Recent Blog Posts - Ask the Expert
Equanimity: Is It Possible?  
Equanimity: Is It Possible? By Aaron Moore, MSN, RN-BC, travel nurse expert

I am not usually a word-of-the-day type of person, but I recently discovered "equanimity" and have since loved to use it. To me, this word can really apply to the life of a nurse.

SEE HOW THIS CONCEPT CAN BENEFIT YOUR LIFE AND WORK  
 
 
Looking Ahead:
 
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