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Imagine having this conversation with someone you are caring for, ''Let me talk with you about keeping your skin healthy. It is just as important as your brain, lungs and your heart.'' Unfortunately, it's not common nursing practice I've witnessed very often across the nation. Skin in many ways is the forgotten organ of the body. ...
I'd like to acknowledge the dedicated nurses from Texas Health Presbyterian who cared for the recently deceased Mr. Duncan. They, along with the nurses at Emory University in Atlanta and Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha who cared for patients with Ebola, deserve our admiration.
Nurses working in many different areas are appropriately concerned ...
''Epidemiology'' and ''Health Indices of Urban Populations'': these are the names of the two courses I am taking this semester. At first, I thought, What does this have to do with being an DNP?
I am learning that it has a lot to do with being a DNP. You need to know what is happening in the health of the community around you so that you can be ...
Two weeks ago, dermatologist and PA Amy Gouley participated in her fourth CareHarborLA event. The CareHarbor free clinic is held annually in the fall at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. This four day event is offered to the uninsured, underinsured and at risk populations in need of medical care. Medical consultations and exams, specialty care, ...
Video games aren't just for kids anymore. The earliest gaming consoles kept players stationary and sedentary, and became an object of concern in a world of rising obesity rates, diabetes and other health scares. But then came games that required players to move - to participate with their physical bodies. That opened up a whole new world ...
By Priscilla Ngo, BSN,
RN, a staff nurse on critical care staff unit in Philadelphia and Family Nurse
Practitioner student at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.For many years, the flu vaccine has been recommended for
healthcare workers, especially nurses who have direct patient contact, to
prevent the spread of the influenza ...
In dermatology, we discuss the importance of identifying and understanding morphology and changes in a rash. Here is a case of a rash with a sudden change in morphology after prescribing medication for her dermatosis.
This geriatric patient was being treated with clobetasol cream B.I.D. for Grover disease. You see pruritic erythematous papules ...
By Elinor Abraham, MSN, APRN, BC, Nurse Coordinator, Federal Occupational Health
Unit, Program Support Center, National Courts Building, Washington, D.C.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is designed to help health professionals
like me have more time and opportunity to see our patients and help them remain
A large ...
The following is a statement released June 17 by Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority Director and Deputy
Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Robin Robinson, PhD.
This week, our nation reached a milestone in battling influenza, with
the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s first approval to manufacture ...
Many nurse practitioners have asked me about dermatology protocols. They are no different from other protocols and should be an outline of your practice agreement with your supervising or collaborating physician.
These protocols should remain broad and general, but list important and specific aspects of your practice like prescribing ...