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HEALTH BYTES: Nurses, Get Informed About Workplace Violence

Whether perpetrated by a patient or as the result of workplace bullying, violence against nurses is never acceptable. As the discussion continues in the nursing community on how to prevent workplace violence, laws are being enacted nationwide to reduce the number of incidents and make healthcare settings safer for both patients and staff.

AAACN Member Benefit: FREE CNE for September 2018

FREE CE: "The Journey to Develop Nurse-Sensitive Indicators in the Ambulatory Care Setting." Learning Outcome: After completing this learning activity, the participant will be able to list at least two nurse-sensitive indicators for use in the ambulatory environment and describe the process used by this group to develop those indicators. 1.10 CH.

HEALTH BYTES: How to Quantify a Nurse’s ‘Gut Feelings’

In a article by Theresa Brown, in the New York Times: I had a nagging sense that something was wrong, but I couldn’t articulate it. "...Every nurse likely knows the feeling. The patient’s vital signs are just a little off, she seems not quite herself, her breathing is slightly more labored. But on paper she looks stable, so it’s hard to get a doctor to listen, much less act.

NEW: Let US Do the Work for YOU!

When you join a SIG, you will have access to the SIG Connected Community, an online forum for networking and knowledge sharing. We've made "Joining a SIG or 2" even easier! You now have two ways to join: Fill out a small form to let AAACN know what SIG or 2 you would like to be a part of and we will add you into that SIG! It's just that easy! Or, follow three easy steps and add yourself into a SIG or 2! Check it out! (You will be prompted to log in to your AAACN member account if you are not already.)

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