Nursing podcasts are a great way to keep up with the nursing and health care community. Many of the Pedagogy authors routinely produce podcasts and we invite you to join in the fun. -
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United States Department of Health and Human Services also known as HHS proposes to improve care and safety for nursing homes residents. HHS proposes to improve care and safety for nursing homes residents. These revisions mark first major rewrite of long-term care conditions of participation since 1991. -
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A multi-specialty panel has designed a best practices guide for the "insertion, care, and management" of peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs). -
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“Successful Nurse Communication” It’s Time for a Different Approach!"
As you know, many persistent problems with communication in healthcare are associated with medical errors, toxic cultures, horizontal and vertical violence, stress and burnout. Together they are a call to action for a fresh approach to teaching and learning these critical skills.
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One of the first things I discovered when I entered correctional nursing was how little I knew about dental conditions. I must have daydreamed through this section of nursing school, or maybe we just didn’t give enough attention to oral assessment and dental emergencies. In any case, correctional nurses need to understand dental conditions as we are often the ones to determine if a patient needs to see a dentist urgently or at the next available opening.
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Dealing with Abused Women: Tips for Correctional Nurses
Many abused women, particularly those who have experienced child sexual abuse, end up in the prison system.
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Guidelines for optimal laundering of healthcare provider attire.
As the CEO, Capra is responsible for all operational aspects of Pedagogy, including education course content, author recruitment, and management. She is a member of the Infusion Nurses Society (INS), the National Association for Practical Nurse Education and Services (NAPNES), and the Council of Practical Nurse Educators (COPNE), and presented at a recent Texas Health Care Association convention on “Nurses Meeting the Changing Needs of LTC Residents - IV’s and PICC Lines.” Capra received her nursing education from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.
Capra has an avid interest in holistic healing, nutrition, herbs, and alternative therapies for the treatment of disease in humans as well as animals. She and her husband, Patrick, live near Tyler, Texas, with their two teenage daughters, three dogs, and a cat on a ranch complete with horses, chickens, vineyard, orchards, and a 4,000 square foot organic garden.
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