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Study review draws needed attention to PTSD in nurses

Nurse authors analyzed 24 articles for the May 5 review in literature published pre-COVID-19. They found PTSD occurs in nurses worldwide. They also identified factors

Texas allows social workers to deny LGBTQ, disabled clients

What do others think of this? Article found in a group on Facebook from ABC News. Click HERE to see this article. Thoughts?

COVID Misinformation Is Killing People

This article published in Scientific American was shared through Doximity. It's an interesting read addressing both the ethics and policy of how we collectively manage

This is NOT NORMAL

As a site devoted to improving outcomes by supporting the growth and development of nursing colleagues, we try to shy away from politics. However, with the election

How Does Language Impact Inter-Professional Collaboration?

Found this article on LinkedIn shared by a nursing colleague. The author is a colleague, Katherine Evans DNP, FNP-C, GNP-BC, ACHPN, FAANP.  See the article HERE

LEAD 4 Excellence, November 5&6, 2020

Creating service excellence, across the country and around the globe Many great speakers and presenters - you will probably know a few of them! Click HERE for

Organized Medicine Is Putting Profit Ahead of Patients, and It’s Making America Sick

This article, published by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners in August of 2020, is timely and points to a category of dynamics that impact how we as

Mentoring for employees during COVID-19

1) What is the current state of mentoring for employees? 2) What is the current state of interprofessional collaboration? Where are the gaps? What are the challenges.

Unintended Consequences: The Perils of Publication and Citation Bias

For all of us in practice and academia trying to identify the best evidence from the literature, consider the back-story and processes of publication and citation

Leveraging nurse practitioner capacities to achieve global health for all: COVID-19 and beyond

From the abstract of this article by the International Nursing Review: AIMS: To argue that nurse practitioners have been under‐utilized generally in the current