"New Year’s wouldn’t be complete without the obligatory and overly ambitious list of resolutions we can’t possibly achieve," says Paula Watkins, RN, in her latest Closed Doors column.
Here's a little feel good #IdeasThatWork that will hopefully give you a fuzzy feeling this Monday:
Virtual reality training is taking off in the surgical world. Learn more about how these simulated experien...
May 18th is National Employee Health and Fitness Day. Follow PIH Health Downey Hospital's lead and challenge your staff to complete 10,000 steps a day: https://t.co/HjtQIkIm6F https://t.co/4wmflzWbtA
RaDonda Vaught, the former nurse who mistakenly administered the powerful neuromuscular blocker vecuronium instead of the sedative Versed has been sentenced to three years of supervised probation for
Interested in learning more about what’s new in the outpatient surgery field? Register now for the OR Excellence Conference coming Orlando, FL. If you’re a decision maker in your facility, this is t
Outpatient Surgery Magazine is coming to Orlando, FL, Sept 29-Oct 1! Join your outpatient peers for 3 days of practical education, meaningful discussions, and fun networking activities. Registration
Former Nashville nurse RaDonda Vaught is expected in court this morning for a sentencing hearing on two charges related to the death of a patient five years ago. https://t.co/Mqp51pnc33 https://t.co/q
If you’re considering a whole room disinfection system, here’s a straightforward look at what the latest iterations of this tech can do for you — as well as the challenges you’re likely to face in imp
#DEI: Gender identity is your internal sense of self. For transgender individuals, their gender identity doesn’t align with the sex they were assigned at birth, and some choose to undergo gender affir
Go behind the scenes with facilities that are realizing the benefits of outsourcing sterile processing. https://t.co/1rQSFyaCsa https://t.co/AcbretIVm3
Your mentors can have vastly different styles and professional backgrounds, but they should all teach you valuable lessons on what real leadership looks like in action. https://t.co/kuzXbMj8P7 https:/
National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6th and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale's birthday. How are you honoring the amazing nurses in your life? https://t.co/ePhK3AFzZ5
Today (May 5) is Hand Hygiene Day. Here's a great way to remind your patients of the importance of keeping their hands clean during the course of their care. https://t.co/B4CJ0QwtsP https://t.co/4o3fq
Bariatric surgery has evolved significantly over the last 20 years, from open procedures with high complication rates and long hospital stays to laparoscopic procedures with lower risks and reduced le
@Proprio_Vision Thank you for sharing!
A Colorado woman who says she experienced intraoperative awareness for 35 minutes during a 2019 hernia surgery has sued the anesthesiologist and nurse anesthetist in charge of her care and the practic
Air Quality Awareness Week: May 2-8, 2022.
Check out this story about two nurses who share the secrets of their smoke evacuation success. https://t.co/F6903h6c9f https://t.co/yXHN2cmgth
Here's a fun Friday activity: See if your staff is up for the ‘Nitpicking Needle Challenge.' https://t.co/1oxseiUwid https://t.co/lryKHmMd3I
@StonyBrookMed Thank you for sharing!
Create your own “Surgeon Wallpaper” by laminating 8.5-by-11-inch cards and taping them to the OR wall as needed, usually during infrequently performed cases or if a new surgical team member needs guid
Wrong-site surgery is devastating for the patient, the staff who worked the case and the surgeon who made the incorrect cut. Still, the avoidable error remains the third most reported sentinel event r
Extra! Extra! Our Hot Technology special edition is now live! https://t.co/96fvkv4mHF