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  • How Nurses Should Respond During and After an Emergency By Katie Morales Part 2
    During an Emergency, Stay calm. Don’t assume more qualified people will respond. Sorenson had only been a nurse six months before she responded to save the pilot. Two physicians on the plane with Herrick deferred the care of the patient to[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
  • How Should Nurses Respond Before an Emergency Situation By Katie Morales
    For most nurses, their duty to save lives doesn’t end when their nursing shift ends. On December 30, 2013, two nurses aboard United Flight 1637 rendered life-saving aid to their pilot who was experiencing a heart attack. Linda Alweiss and Amy[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
  • The Dorothea Lang Leadership Award: Call for Nominations
    The Dorothea Lang Leadership Award is awarded to an exceptional midwife who has demonstrated leadership and vision during the course of their work. The nominees for this award must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for the award[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
  • OPINION: The Nigerian Nursing Matra On Ethics and The Chasing Of Shadows
    To this moment, I still don't understand why the Nursing profession in Nigeria still has a large number of people who use their positions to influence and enforce their personal belief and religion on other nurses, all in the name of "NURS[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
  • Hitting Children On The Head Can Result In Visual Impairment – Ophthalmologist
    An Ophthalmologist with the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), Prof. Dupe Ademola-Popoola, has cautioned against beating children on the head to guard against visual impairment.   Ademola-Popoola gave the caution while addressi[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
  • C/River to Integrate Traditional Birth Attendants into its Health Care
    Determined to stem the rate of infant and maternal mortality rate in the state, Cross River State Government has concluded plans to integrate traditional birth attendants (TBAs) into its healthcare delivery system, given their strategic role in the[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
  • Healthcare: Caring For Someone In Their Last Days And Hours
    While it may be difficult to talk about, dying is a normal part of life. Talking to your patient about the end of life requires both honesty and sensitivity.    While it’s vital to have open and honest conversations with patient[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
  • Healthcare: Providing Care After Death
    Personal care after death means different things to different people. Here, we refer to care of the person after they’ve died, which may include washing and dressing the body.   By continuing to provide high-quality care to the patie[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Feb/2017
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