Milton Lee (Chip) Routt Jr., MD, has always preferred to put pen to bedsheet. He has been drawing detailed illustrations of anatomy to facilitate his teachings to residents for decades. https://t.co/M2gMResYSJ
Take a few minutes to read this Q&A with Mike Eisenberg, whose film To Err Is Human examines preventabl...
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Avoiding preventable sharps injuries often comes down to debunking common myths. Amber Hogan Mitchell, DrPH, MPH, CPH, president and executive director of the International Safety Center, provides cla
Amy Avila, RN, CCRN, CSC, has always loved to draw, but the student registered nurse anesthetist didn’t think to link her passion to her profession until she saw a Facebook post in the spring of 2000.
OrthoArizona decided to hold a food drive early in the holiday season but decided to keep donation boxes at each of its more than two dozen locations year-round. https://t.co/GsapYyML4Q https://t.co/H
New advances in joint replacement technology aim to reduce that small percentage even further by alleviating these unseen issues, potentially promising better outcomes and happier patients. https://t.
With reimbursements dropping and construction costs on the rise, successfully building a new ASC from the ground up requires a Herculean effort from a diverse group of experts. https://t.co/NnvqJ6BJ3p
MassGeneral for Children's Teddy Bear Clinic aims to decrease anxiety, foster relationships with the medical system and help children gain a sense of comfort with their healthcare experiences. https:/
Since 2000, National CRNA Week (Jan. 23-29) has been the AANA's annual celebration of the nearly 59,000 practicing nurse anesthetists in the U.S.
"I’m breaking down the resolutions I set for last year, looking at where the heck I went wrong and offering myself realistic alternatives," writes Paula Watkins, RN, in her latest column: https://t.co
The $1.7 trillion federal spending package passed by Congress includes a 2% reduction in physicians’ pay for Medicare cases, which experts in the same-day surgical industry say will have immediate neg
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Following safety protocols to the letter during every case can prevent wrong-site surgeries from happening. https://t.co/B6Irte56Wg https://t.co/51shveoKsO
Advances in surgical technique and anesthesia care are allowing increasing numbers of shoulder procedures to be performed in outpatient facilities. https://t.co/gt9TxOP8Q9 https://t.co/WLgVPMmNat
Nurse researchers are harnessing artificial intelligence to help clinicians to make better decisions and protect patients from harmful bias. https://t.co/FRhCrrJMG3 https://t.co/1RmvIxibY1
Woo hoo! The first digital issue of 2023 is here! https://t.co/tI9ay0aaR3
Growing evidence suggests that mindfulness is useful in preventing burnout and creating feelings of well-being, empathy and stress reduction — especially when applied to medical personnel. https://t.c
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More than 7,000 nurses at two major New York City hospitals walked off the job Monday, arguing immense staffing shortages are causing widespread burnout and hindering their ability to properly care fo
At Yale New Haven (Conn.) Hospital, all patients who undergo regional anesthesia all go home with documentation on what nerve blocks do and what they can expect in those critical early hours when they
Following through with point-of-use instrument care does two things:
It helps make everyone’s job much easier, and
It keeps surgery running on time.
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