EBSCO Nursing and Allied Health Section Editor Penny Neal reflects on The Year of the Nurse, healthcare heroes, the nursing profession and her own personal nurse hero.
What Makes a Hero? A Reflection on 2020 as the Year of the Nurse
September 23, 2020
Read about EBSCO Nursing and Allied Health Section Editor, Amy Knowles PhD, RN, MPH, and how her experience as a nursing student inspired a professional passion for public health.
How One Nurse’s Public Health Journey Started with Two Feet
August 26, 2020
No two journeys to pursuing a nursing career are alike. Read about EBSCO’s Nursing and Allied Health Section Editor Colleen Seeber-Combs’ unique path to becoming a nurse.
A Nurse’s Journey Comes Full Circle
July 20, 2020
Recent years have seen a dramatic increase in cryptosporidiosis cases. Take a deeper dive on the topic with Stephen A. Berger, M.D. co-founder of GIDEON.
Washed your hands lately? What You Should Know About Cryptosporidium
December 12, 2019
The National Academy of Medicine created a committee to chart the path for the future of nursing and nursing technology. Here is an insider’s view of the committee’s final Town Hall Meeting.
High Tech & High Touch is Critical to the Future of Nursing
September 04, 2019
There is so much buzz around clinical decision support (CDS) and artificial intelligence (AI), it can be hard to decipher it. Don Bauman, CEO of Isabel Health, offers a deep dive into the clinical engines that drive CDS.
Artificial Intelligence and Clinical Decision Support — It’s All About Accuracy
May 03, 2019
Explore new approaches to combating opioid misuse with DynaMed Deputy Editor of Medication and Clinical Informatics, Eileen Yoshida, BScPhm, MBA.
Report from HIMSS19: Novel Techniques to Combat the Opioid Misuse Epidemic
March 06, 2019
The Quadruple Aim is a framework designed to help hospitals improve patient outcomes and the quality of care provided. Dive deeper into this framework and its components with EBSCO Health CNO, Diane Hanson.
The Quadruple Aim: Hitting the Mark for Improvement
October 02, 2018
Shared decision making requires that clinicians break down complex processes into simple steps to help patients understand their options. Read this blog post by Glyn Elwyn, MD, MSc, FRCGP, PhD from Dartmouth College and founder of Option Grid.
One, two, three, too many… How to conduct shared decision making
July 18, 2018
Explore the impact that sleep deprivation and shift work sleep disorder (SWSD) can have on patient care, and some helpful techniques to manage the effects of SWSD.
Sleep— How Important is it For Health Care Workers?
April 10, 2018
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