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NurseZone Newsletter - 03/14/2014


March 12, 2014
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Five Ways Nurses Can Achieve Work-Life Integration
Five Ways Nurses Can Achieve Work-Life Integration
Burned out. Drained. Drowning. From the medicine room to the break room, nurses repeatedly echo these sentiments. How can nurses keep from becoming overwhelmed by the demands of their professional and personal lives? How do they prevent work-related events from spilling into other areas?

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Care Coordination Seen as Growth Area for RN Opportunities
Care Coordination Seen as Growth Area for RN Opportunities
Care coordination is at the heart of an undergraduate nursing education. Using clinical assessment as well as psychosocial skills in a holistic manner, it has also become a stand-alone specialty where the opportunities for registered nurses are plentiful and expected to expand.

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Spotlight on Nursing
What Will Stop the Violence Toward Emergency Nurses?
What Will Stop the Violence Toward Emergency Nurses? Fifty-four percent of emergency department nurses said that they had experienced physical or verbal abuse in the previous seven days, according to a new study. Experts discuss causes and solutions, and offer eight ways nurses can protect themselves.

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Nurse Leads Teen DUI Prevention Campaign
Nurse Leads Teen DUI Prevention Campaign Emergency department nurse Judi Nelson, RN, has cared for her share of victims of alcohol-related vehicular crashes. When presented, she seized the volunteer opportunity to prevent teens from drinking and driving.

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Devices & Technology
Self-administered Flu Vaccines: The Potential of Microneedle Patches
Self-administered Flu Vaccines: The Potential of Microneedle Patches Needle phobia--also known as belonephobia--has been recognized by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders since the 1990s, and mental health experts believe that over 10 percent of the population is impacted by the fear.

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Special Feature
Does the Medical Home Make a Difference?
Does the Medical Home Make a Difference? Strengthening primary care through more patient engagement and coordination, the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model offers great opportunities for nurses and has gained prominence as a way to improve quality while curbing costs. Yet recent studies show mixed results and a model that continues to evolve.

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Recent Blog Posts - Ask the Expert
What to Expect from Your Travel Assignment Housing
What to Expect from Your Travel Assignment Lodging By Aaron J. Moore, MSN, RN-BC, travel nurse expert

I get many questions about what to look forward to when it comes to the housing provided by most travel nurse companies.  It can vary from location to location, but there are some basic items you can expect to find, and some that are negotiable.

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Looking Ahead:
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