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Nurse’s Week 2010 by Victoria Powell Posted Fri 07 May 2010 12:00am Image via Wikipedia Nurses Week is celebrated each year from May 6th til May 12th, which is the birthday date of . We all know that nursing today is nothing like it was 100 years ago, right?  Just for fun, there is a link to a graduating class from 1910 .  The truth is, I did start this post thinking about ho ... Read on »
Time Management for Nurses by Kathy Q. Registered Nurse Posted Wed 06 Jan 2010 12:00am Nurses have to be organized! If you aren't you're going to struggle and be stressed more than usual by the job no matter what field you work in such as a hospital, clinic, home health or at a desk type job. Most nurses are over achievers which can mean one of two things; they are extremely organized or entirely scattered. Most new nurses ha ... Read on »
E-Learning One Solution to Nursing Shortage by Sharon K. Brothers, MSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:16pm T & Dblog linked to my most recent press release about the adaptability of e-learning to the health care field - an adaptation that seems to me to be long past due. Here's my original comment: When Parade Magazine highlights the nursing shortage, you know the issue has reached popular concern. Parade Magazine is the supplement that comes in ... Read on »
E-Learning One Solution to Nursing Shortage by Sharon K. Brothers, MSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:13pm T & D blog linked to my most recent press release about the adaptability of e-learning to the health care field - an adaptation that seems to me to be long past due. Here's my original comment: When Parade Magazine highlights the nursing shortage, you know the issue has reached popular concern. Parade Magazine is the supplement that co ... Read on »
Austin Texas Home Health Care - First Care Home Health in Georgetown, Round Rock, Austin by Carol .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:00pm First Care Home Health in Austin & Round Rock educates aging clients on how to take better care of themselves when living with chronic illnesses. It can be a lesser expensive way of caring for the elderly and allowing them to remain independent at home. Medicare requires the education so that the elderly does not slip into ill health ... Read on »
Austin Texas Home Health Care - First Care Home Health in Georgetown, Round Rock, Austin by Carol .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 May 2008 3:53pm First Care Home Health in Austin & Round Rock educates aging clients on how to take better care of themselves when living with chronic illnesses. It can be a lesser expensive way of caring for the elderly and allowing them to remain independent at home. Medicare requires the education so that the elderly does not slip into ill health and land ... Read on »
“Crazy” Outtakes, Part 8: Verbal Abuse, Nursing Homes and Validation by Dr. Rob Dobrenski Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 11 Apr 2011 9:24pm Click here if this is your first time visiting the Crazy Outtakes section of the site. This was one of the last pieces to be cut from “Crazy.” It seemed overkill to write about validation and empathy in separate chapters, so I went with the latter and decided to deep six this piece. Fortunately, you can still read it if you so choose (f ... Read on »
How to Become a Nurse by Kathy Q. Registered Nurse Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:30pm 1 Comment In the next few weeks some of the points I'm going to address revolve around How to Become a Nurse which is a series of articles I wrote that I know is not comprehensive enough. Nursing is a terrific profession. It's far from perfect and there are many good and bad points to it. But I challenge anyone to find any job that doesn't have j ... Read on »
Home Health Care: Meeting The Patient Half Way. by Dr. Mike Magee Medical Doctor Posted Wed 12 Feb 2014 10:02pm Posted on | February 11, 2014 | In a 2013 article in JAMA, Steve Landers laid out the argument for money following the patient. Destination? Home, where family caregivers and others are increasingly doing their best to manage health care complexity. In the article Landers states: “Most older Americans want to age i ... Read on »
Does President Obama’s Job Plan Include Health Care? by Dr. Mike Magee Medical Doctor Posted Mon 12 Sep 2011 10:04pm Posted on | September 12, 2011 | President Obama just completed announcing his Jobs Plan in the Rose Garden at the White House. It’s already on its way to Congress and focuses on a cut in payroll taxes and “rebuilding schools and blighted neighborhoods, helping local governments pay teachers and firefighters, setting up a ... Read on »