Looking to keep your finger on the pulse of the nursing industry? Check out this month’s special edition Q&A Nurse’s Roundup. Nurses are working around the clock as they combat the coronavirus pandemic. Nurses on the front line answer some most frequently asked questions in response to this global problem.
From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, What the Health, In the absence of clear leadership from the federal government, states and private companies are pursuing their own plans to help Americans cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
Newly released HealthChangers episode – As COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, continues to spread, so does its impact on the health of our communities. Barriers to food access have increased significantly as a result of the virus, as this public health crisis continues to leave millions of children, families and elderly adults at risk.
From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, ‘An Arm And A Leg’, This week, “An Arm and a Leg” is back — sooner than we expected — with stories about how COVID-19 intersects with the cost of health care and how we can all respond. We’re calling it SEASON-19.
Our podcast library is growing! Subscribe on your favorite platform. This week we are excited to announce a new podcast series, Value-Based Care Insights, presented by Lumina Health Partners. Additionally, we have a new podcast episode from P3 Inbound’s Paradigm Shift in Healthcare and a trending episode of Health Changers by Cambia Health Solutions.
Building solutions during this worldwide pandemic is now on the forefront of the healthcare industry. Many organizations, companies and educational institutions have called for innovation and creativity through challenges, projects, and think tanks.
By William Hersh MD – When the history of the global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic is written, the real heroes will be the frontline workers who cared for those in need and/or kept society functioning. This of course includes healthcare workers but also those working as…
Nurse Lauren discusses her Wellness Wednesday tips on the dos and don’ts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Make sure that you are getting factual and reliable information by following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations on how to protect yourself and what do to if you are sick.
While this year marks the 25th Anniversary of NPHW, COVID-19 has stolen the spotlight and our Friday Five highlights the adjustments that have been made to the event and how we can still participate next week.