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Intravenous Immunoglobulin May benefit Some Children With Autism

A subset of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who have an immune abnormality, may benefit from intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIg) treatment, according to new research from Richard E. Frye, MD, PhD, Chief of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's Hospital.

https://www.pedagogyeducation.com/Main-Campus/Student-Union/Campus-News/News.aspx?news=835&cmp=H12

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ER Nurses May Be a Trafficking Victims First Hope

Nurses are often in a unique position to recognize and offer help to trafficking victims.

https://www.pedagogyeducation.com/Main-Campus/Student-Union/Campus-News/News.aspx?news=829&cmp=H12

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Loneliness In The Elderly

This medical student is trying to end loneliness in the elderly. Watch the video to learn about his simple, but life changing method.

https://www.pedagogyeducation.com/Main-Campus/Student-Union/Campus-News/News.aspx?news=826&cmp=H12

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Staffing: An Ongoing Barrier to Increased Staff and Patient Satisfaction
Contact Hours: 1
Cost: $10.00
This course will provide participants with an overview of the challenges nurses face in establishing safe and effective staffing solutions to improve patient and nursing staff outcomes and satisfaction.
https://www.pedagogyeducation.com/Main-Campus/Class-Catalog/General/Class.aspx?Class=341&cmp=H12

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20 Key Steps For An Organized Start To Your ICU Shift
Early in my career as an ICU nurse, I was lucky enough to have a preceptor who helped me develop a solid morning routine I have carried ever since. Because my experience is primarily Cardiac ICU, this routine mirrors what I do in that area of practice, howe...

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Nursing Recruitment, Retention, how is your facility doing?

Oklahoma Heart Hospital boasts 98 percent retention rate for nurses, by Michaela Marx Wheatley, January 31, 2018:"Nurses are the first in line when it comes to patient care. Recognizing the vital role nurses play, one Oklahoma City hospital has put special emphasis on making its organization one of the best places to work for nurses in the region.

“Our nurses are involved in every aspect of their patients’ care and provide hope, compassion and healing to patients and their families,” said Denise Bragg, Oklahoma Heart Hospital chief nursing officer. “That's why we encourage our nurses, physicians and other caregivers to collaborate in setting our standards for excellence in patient care.”
https://newsok.com/article/5581641/oklahoma-heart-hospital-boasts-98-percent-retention-rate-for-nurse #Nursingjobs #NursingSatisfaction #Nursingretention #RetainingNurses #NurseLife #NurseUp

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Dementia Care, Antipsychotics, and the New Survey Process

Dementia is increasingly prevalent among nursing facility residents, and facility leaders have been under a lot of pressure to specialize care to meet the growing need.

https://www.pedagogyeducation.com/Main-Campus/Student-Union/Campus-News/News.aspx?news=818&cmp=H12
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