Waking up each morning after a restful night’s sleep, is a great way to start the day. You’re energized and ready to tackle what comes your way. However, if you are a nurse leader the stresses of the job may make getting a good night’s sleep a little harder. We’ve asked nurse leaders what’s keeping them up at night and here’s what we’ve heard.
In the last several years, our bedside heroes have taken on a much more demanding role. Long gone are the days of just delivering quality care and attending to our every need. Now they must handle a much larger administrative part of our care too.
As a Patient Experience Manager, CNO, or Nurse Executive, you understand the importance and effectiveness of Nurse Leader Rounding. Are you having trouble convincing your teams to get on board with the idea? Maybe they’re not buying into it because they think they won’t have time to learn something new. Maybe you’ve used a company in the past and got burned—but switching to a technology that actually works is easier than you think. Here are some things you can say to help convince your team to trust the process.
The Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea just ended. For the first time in nearly a decade, North Korea participated. If you’ve been watching, you know this is making history because technically, North and South Korea are still at war.
The number of fatalities from this year's flu season is also making the history books. The Washington Post reports “the number of people going to doctors’ offices and emergency rooms has surged to levels not reported since the peak of the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Hospitalizations are also at record levels.” Some hospitals even went as far as setting up tents outside in their parking lots due to overcrowding. Caregivers are true heroes and the gold medalists of the healthcare industry.