Category Archive: Nursing

Healing the damaged nurse-physician dynamic

As anyone in health care knows, a strong nurse-physician dynamic is critical to achieving successful patient outcomes. To provide a quality care experience, it is essential to have a clinical team that knows how to collaborate to achieve that goal. If …

Utah 27th state to adopt full practice authority for nurse practitioners

Utah is the 27th state to adopt full practice authority for nurse practitioners.

Nurses aren't 'quiet quitters,' 2 leaders say

“Quiet quitting” is a phrase employers have become familiar with over the past year. The  workplace trend of committing to no more than the minimum expectations for a role and reducing enthusiasm at work has implications for any industry, but the …

Former longtime Baltimore hospital nursing leader dies at 71

Diane Johnson, BSN, former Sinai Hospital of Baltimore chief nursing officer, died of breast cancer March 10. She was 71, The Baltimore Sun reported.

Mid-career switches could help ease nursing shortages, nurses say

The nurse shortage could find aid in an unlikely place: midcareer switches from other professions, the Commercial Appeal reported March 16.

Report on nurses: Make the profession more visible in media

For an impressive 21st year in a row, Americans rated nursing as the most trusted profession in the country. The 2022 Gallup poll found that 79 percent of adults said nurses have “very high” or “high” honesty and ethical standar…

13 recent moves from nurse unions

Thirteen moves from nurse unions across the country Becker’s has covered since mid-January: 

US tops list of countries training the best nurses

Researchers have identified the top 16 countries for producing the best nurses, financial website Insider Monkey reported March 13.

5 Hackensack Meridian executives who started as nurses

In honor of Women’s History Month, Edison, N.J.-based Hackensack Meridian Health is celebrating the work of five executives in the health system who started their careers as front-line nurses. 

How Johns Hopkins aims to boost nurse leader diversity

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is working to diversify healthcare’s pipeline of future nurse leaders through a new educational program, the organization said March 13.

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