Nursing - Diverse Health

Staffing Levels, Culture Challenge Quality of Nursing Home Care

by Cara Rosner | December 12, 2018
In 2018, the state took the unusual step of issuing a consent order requiring a New Haven nursi [...] Read more
Nursing Homes Penalized For High Hospital Readmissions

Nursing Homes Penalized For High Hospital Readmissions

by Cara Rosner | December 05, 2018
Most Connecticut nursing homes will see their Medicare reimbursements reduced in the coming yea [...] Read more

Group of Johns Hopkins nurses say hospital fails to address patient care concerns

by Talia Richman - Contact Reporter | December 04, 2018
Agroup of Johns Hopkins Hospital nurses on Saturday slammed the renowned Baltimore institution, [...] Read more

WTAMU nursing students to apply skills at Potter County Detention Center

by Destiny Richards | November 28, 2018
“In a hospital setting, you have a lot of resources. You have doctors, you have co-workers wh [...] Read more

UP Adds new Nursing Major and Engineering Minor

by Madison Pfeifer | November 28, 2018
Starting next year, a new major, a bachelor of science in integrative health and wellness studi [...] Read more

Survey of school nurses reveals lack of bathroom policies and bladder health education

by Society for Women's Health Research | November 26, 2018
In an online survey developed by the Society for Women’s Health Research, a majority of s [...] Read more

UNMC College of Nursing Receives $91.5K Grant for Geriatric Services

| November 19, 2018
The project is being managed by UNMC assistant professor Dr. Nancy Meier, who teaches adult ger [...] Read more

A Nurse Aims to Heal More Residents of Rural Georgia—But This Time From the State Legislature

by Terrell Jermaine Starr | November 08, 2018
LEARY, Ga.—Joyce Barlow had barely warmed her pew seat at Mt. Zion Baptist Church before havi [...] Read more
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