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    • Quality of Nursing Worklife: Balancing work and life
      Posted by Pat Magrath on September 29, 2016 at 4:22 pm

      Work/life balance has been on people’s minds for decades. As individuals and companies strive to improve work/life balance, we want to focus on work/life balance for Nurses. Are you familiar with Dr. Brooks Quality of Nursing Worklife Survey? If not, this article will help you and your place of employment. […]

    • Once A Nurse, Always a Nurse
      Posted by Pat Magrath on September 26, 2016 at 7:33 pm

      Congresswoman Lois Capps of CA is committed to helping people improve their daily lives through better schools, quality health care, and a cleaner environment. During her 20-year tenure as a Nurse and public health advocate, she felt her education and background was needed in Congress to help improve health care in the US and strengthen our Nursing workforce across the country. […]

    • 3 Ways a CDO Can Help a Hospital Workforce
      Posted by (Erica Bettencourt) on September 22, 2016 at 7:33 pm

      Chief Diversity Officers can make a hospital a more welcoming place for employees and the patient's they serve. It takes many steps for a CDO to make that possible. Continue reading to learn more about how CDO's can help your healthcare organization.&nbs […]

    • Animals In Healthcare
      Posted by (Erica Bettencourt) on September 20, 2016 at 3:08 pm

      We usually associate therapy animals with dogs, but many other animals — horses, cats, rabbits and even chickens — can provide assistance with mental and physical health. […]

    • Effective Communication in Nursing: Theory and Best Practices
      Posted by Brian Neese on September 19, 2016 at 3:44 pm

      To be a successful nurse, excellent communication skills are required. The ability to communicate and connect with patients and health care professionals can help build relationships, prevent mistakes and provide a higher level of care. […]

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