Tag Archives: Medicine
Advancing technology has become part and parcel of nursing and healthcare in the last several decades, and with the pace of change and innovation increasing exponentially, there’s obviously no turning back.
Nurses naturally work as part of a team, and depending on the facility or agency where you’re employed, the interdisciplinary team can range from very small to expansively large and complex. No matter the size of the team, collaboration is … Continue reading
Oftentimes, when we do a job day in and day out—even where patient care is involved—things can become predictable, including our reactions and our actions. Staying aware and awake is crucial to providing good nursing care. We must be awake … Continue reading
In every hospital, there are hundreds of so-called “high-touch” areas that receive the lion’s share of traffic when it comes to human hands. We all know that human hands can carry a plethora of bacteria and viruses, and these bacteria … Continue reading
Toxic workplaces are like poison to a nurse’s spirit. A toxic work environment can cause a nurse to feel dejected, unexcited and passionless about his or her work, and critical of colleagues and the employer or organization. These environments sap … Continue reading
Nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals have to be well educated. There is a lot of health information out there, and healthcare professionals are responsible for making decisions that can help others live healthy. With mobile technology being used increasingly … Continue reading