Nurses NOW Roundup March 2019
Looking to keep your finger on the pulse of the nursing industry? Check out this month’s top nursing news stories from around the globe.
AACN Opposes Cuts President’s FY 2020 Budget
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (@AACNursing) opposes cuts to health care, education, and research in the President’s recently released budget, A Budget for a Better America: Promises Kept. Taypayers First. To read the full press release click here.
Allison Squires named Distinguished Nurse Scholar-in-Residence
American Academy of Nursing (@ANANursingWorld) selected Allison Squires, PhD, RN, FAAN, as the National Academy of Medicine (@theNAMedicine) Distinguished Nurse Scholar-in-Residence for the Future of Nursing 2020-2030 Study. To read the full press release click here.
This Month with The Gypsy Nurse
This month the Gypsy Nurse (@TheGypsyNurse) answers questions about who should pay for an ACLS certification, how to prepare for a travel nurse interview, how to handle patient complaints, and much more.
RN Volunteers Return Provide Critical Medical Aid to Migrants and Asylum Seekers
Nurse volunteers from the Registered Nurse Response Network, a disaster-relief project of the California Nurses Foundation and National Nurses United (@NationalNurses) are back on the ground this weekend in Tucson to provide medical care for migrants and asylum seekers.
Current Healthcare Issues and How an Integrated Delivery System Can Solve Them
Brittany Wilson, BSN, RN (@The NerdyNurse) discusses how an integrated delivery system can help address and sometimes solve the most commonly cited current healthcare issues: technological, organizational, geographic, cultural, and device-centric. To read about the solutions click here.
Nurse Anesthetist Listed as a Graduate Degree Job With High Salary
From doctors, lawyers, financial managers and chief executives, nurse anesthetists landed on U.S. News and World Reports’ (@usnews) list of graduate degree jobs that pay more than $100K.