A recent study from Texas Health Resources and SONIFI Health reveals digital whiteboard outperform traditional marker boards in accuracy, completeness, time efficiency and patient satisfaction. The use of EMR-integrated displays enabled improved nurse and patient interactions and positively…
May 22, 2019
Also in this weekly roundup of nursing news: a nurse helps save the life of a man at the theatre, and executive moves in the field.
May 9, 2019
On September 12, 2010 delegates from the American Organization for Nursing Leadership and their guests embarked on a trip halfway around the world to meet with nurse leaders in India through the People to People Citizen Ambassador Program. AONL president, Pamela Rudisill, MSN, RN, MEd, NEABC, and…
May 7, 2019
During National Nurses Week, Robyn Begley, AHA Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer and CEO of AHA’s American Organization of Nurse Executives, talks about how from the bedside to the C-suite to the boardroom, nurses are critical partners in leading the transformation of health care…
May 6, 2019
During National Nurses Week, which kicks off today, AHA and its American Organization of Nurse Executives subsidiary celebrate nurses for the invaluable role they play in advancing health in America.
May 2, 2019
A May Journal of Nursing Administration study examining C-suite executives’ strategies to empower the nursing workforce rated certain methods as better than others.
May 1, 2019
Also in this weekly roundup of nursing news: A Florida nurse saves the life of a nearly drowned girl.
Apr 29, 2019
A ban on visible tattoos and bright-hued hair. Signed contracts requiring college degrees. Are these turnoffs to talent in today’s workplace? Increasingly, yes; but many hospitals and health systems have yet to contemporize their environment to attract and retain a modern workforce. This webinar…
Apr 24, 2019
Also in this weekly roundup of nursing news: a visiting nurse helps save a fallen man on the dance floor, and executive moves in the field.
Apr 23, 2019
The Nurse Executive Competencies describe skills common to nurses in executive practice regardless of their educational level or titles in different organizations. They are presented as information for both nurse leaders, those whom they employ, or work with them.