Nursing Conferences and Events Coverage
No matter what your specialty is, there's an event for you. We have gathered together event coverage from conferences, meetups, webinars, and so much more.
Writing - have you ever considered writing an article for a nursing journal but aren't sure how to get started? Here are some tips from the editor of Advanced Critical Care.
The Pioneering Spirit Award recognizes significant contributions that influence acute and critical care nursing.
Pain management of our patients is a universal concern. When we add in a substance abuse disorder, our concerns mount.
Our patients that require an NG sometimes are wriggly and sweaty, resulting in dislodgement of the tube. This can be dangerous for our pt as well as time-consuming for us. Here is a solution.
Furthering your education is often the key to advancing in nursing. There are many options but flexibility is often the deciding factor. This might be for you...
Your critically ill ICU patient needs all the help we can provide to survive. One of the tools we can use to monitor our patients is the pulmonary artery catheter...
Reducing infection risk for our patients is a universal concern. However, we are all very busy and giving a bed bath isn't usually a priority for our patients, until...
We all use stethoscopes, some more often then others, depending on your practice setting. What brand to buy? What color? How well will I hear with it?
The Dale ACE Connector greatly minimizes splash black and spillage when accessing feeding tubes. This can be a great improvement for staff that care for patients with feeding tubes.
CPR is the first step in saving a life. When time matters, so does your skill and ability to remain calm. Here is what we learned at NTI.
Catheter-related bloodstream infections are a serious healthcare problem with a significant mortality rate and costing billions of of dollars to treat. Read about the solution invented by two infusion…
We've all had those patients who have an IV pole as well as multiple pieces of equipment that make it very challenging to even get them to the bathroom. Wouldn't it be great if someone invented someth…
What’s a “Scromper?” Well, it’s a great new idea from a very innovative nurse named Blake. A versatile garment made just for nurses… by a nurse….. Read on to find out more about the Scrub Romper that …
Marijuana has long been used medicinally out of the mainstream of medical practice. However, with the legalization of marijuana in many states, this is a current issue with lots of implications for nu…
Post-intensive care syndrome, PICS is a combination of symptoms that include health problems that remain after critical illness. They may persist when the patient leaves the ICU and sometimes even whe…
Networking - we hear about it all the time. How great it is, what it will do for us, how we should all do IT! However, HOW do we do it? This article will focus on how to network.