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Nurses Filed 500+ Complaints Over ‘Dangerous Conditions’ At This Hospital

The reports — over 100 of which were filed in January 2024 — also describe “a deliberately punitive management culture” that is causing delays in delivering patients’ medications and treatments, preventable patient falls and even preventable patient deaths.

Impersonators Calling RNs Claim Licenses In Jeopardy

Impersonators claiming to be from the state Board of Nursing have been making calls to registered nurses, falsely stating that their licenses are under investigation and asking for payment of a fine, as confirmed by a spokesperson.

What's Wrong With CA & OR's New Covid Isolation Guidelines?

California has a new COVID-19 isolation guideline that differs from the CDC's. Under its new policy, California residents with confirmed COVID-19 can end their isolation once they have not had a fever (without fever-reducing medication) for 24 hours and other symptoms are improving.

States, Specialties With Highest Demand For Travel Nurses

The "Q4 2023 Healthcare Jobs Report" examined internal job data collected from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31 to determine the highest percentage of unique jobs by state in the last quarter of 2023.

"Honestly, She Saved My Life": NP's Concern Helps Patient Escape Abuse

It had gotten to the point that, in order to talk to her family on the phone, Emily had to lock herself in the bathroom with the shower running. She hoped the noise muffled her voice so her boyfriend wouldn’t hear.

Caring At A Cost: Workplace Violence And My Exit From Nursing

In 2013, I graduated with a BSN, drawn to nursing by a love for science and a passion for helping others. The promise of good pay, job security, and growth opportunities was a marketing pitch so convincing I never thought to question it.

Rare Cases Of Alzheimer’s Transmission Uncovered In Recipients Of Discontinued Medical Treatment

Early-onset dementia symptoms in five adults may be connected to a now-discontinued human growth hormone medical treatment that they received decades ago as children, a new study suggests.