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NurseZone Newsletter - 05/07/2014


May 7, 2014
NEWS
Nurses Leading the Way: Nurses Week and Beyond
Nurses Leading the Way: Nurses Week and Beyond
America's 3 million nurses are celebrating their leadership roles in health care during the 2014 National Nurses Week, from May 6-12. The week will conclude on the birthday of Florence Nightingale.

Not every nurse will become an international trailblazer like Nightingale, but every nurse can show leadership by promoting quality patient care and creating positive change.

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Nurses-to-Nurses: U.S. RNs Raising Funds for South African Counterparts
U.S. Nurses Raise Funds for South African AIDS Workers to Become Nurses
Lauren Bruwer, RN, BSN, PCCN, clinical instructor for the department of nursing education and professional practice at the Cleveland Clinic (the Clinic), grew up in the South African village known as Hillcrest. It was there that Bruwer received her nursing education and practiced nursing for eight years.

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Happy Nurses Week! Happy Nurses Week!

Thank you, nurses, for the dedication, hard work and compassion that you bring to your patients and the nursing profession every day. We salute you this week--and throughout the year!
 
-The NurseZone Team
Spotlight on Nursing
Generational Differences in Nursing: Has the Work Ethic Changed?
Generational Differences in Nursing: Has the Work Ethic Changed? For the first time in history there are four distinct generations in the workplace--the Traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y, or Millennials. This diversity can add to the challenges as well as to the benefits of working as a team in a health care setting.

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Addressing the Mind-Body Connection in Nursing
Addressing the Mind-Body Connection in Nursing Is there more to a patient's story than just the physical symptoms that you see? At its core, nursing provides a holistic approach to care, addressing patients' psychological as well as physical concerns to deliver comprehensive care and improve outcomes.

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Devices & Technology
Can Technology Keep Nurses Safe from Workplace Violence?
Can Technology Keep Nurses Safe from Workplace Violence? Unfortunately, violence in the hospital setting is nothing new, and two recent nurse stabbings at two different facilities in Los Angeles have caused the health care community to take an even deeper look at safety programs and the technology in place.

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Complimentary Continuing Education Course from RN.com
Weighing the Risks: Danger of Obesity
This two (2) contact hour course for nurses provides insight into the chronic health risks of overweight and obesity, and offers guidelines for use in educating patients on the importance of weight control as part of a healthy lifestyle. To complete a FREE brief HRA, please click here.
Special Feature
Nurses' Vital Role in EMR Upgrades Creating Opportunities
Nurses' Vital Role in EMR Upgrades Creating Opportunities Nurses play key roles during implementation of electronic medical records and as facilities seek to achieve the next stage of meaningful use and improve patient care. This is creating new job opportunities for nurses.

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Recent Blog Posts - RN Talk
When School Nurses Are Absent, It's the Kids Who Lose
When School Nurses Are Absent, It's the Kids Who Lose By E'Louise Ondash, RN, contributor

Most of us are well aware that it is National Nurses Week, but did you know that May 7 is National School Nurse Day?

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Looking Ahead:
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