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Lifelong Learning: The Key to Remaining Relevant and Providing Safe, Effective Care

EBSCO Health Chief Nursing Officer Diane Hanson was recently interviewed by HealthStream about lifelong learning and its role in keeping healthcare professionals current in their fields. Take a deeper dive into this topic with Diane’s insights on what lifelong learning is, the movement behind this topic and how lifelong learning is important to different healthcare professionals.

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Terence K. Trow, MD, FACP, FACCP

Deputy Editor of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine
Terence Trow, MD, FACP, FACCP is Deputy Editor of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine at DynaMed. He is board... Read Full Bio
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EBSCO Health Acquires HealthDecision®

EBSCO Health, the leading provider of evidence-based clinical information tools including DynaMed Plus,sup>®, Dynamic Health™ and Option Grid™, has expanded with the acquisition of HealthDecision. HealthDecision is a clinical decision support and shared decision making tool for clinicians and patients at the point of care. The software platform provides decision support tools enabling clinicians and patients to explore their medical options. The resource combines the patient’s healthcare preferences with the clinician’s expertise and syndicates patient-specific medical data with the latest medical guidelines to personalize a patient’s risk analyses. To view the full press release click the "Learn More" link below.

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Asthma Management in Children

Did you know, according to the CDC an estimated 6.2 million children in the U.S. alone have asthma? With such a high prevalence of this condition that brings with it a host of frightening and potentially fatal symptoms, strong asthma management skills are critical for any nurse working with pediatric patient. Check out our free competency infographic and see if your nurses check all the boxes when it comes to this essential skill.

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