Read the newly revised ANA Position Statement by the Professional Issues Panel on Nurse Fatigue:
Archive for the ‘Nursing Tip’ Category
UB’s online Nursing RN-BS program makes U.S. News & World Report Ranking as one of the Best. View the UB Reporter article
The good news was picked up in The Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice
Visit the new UB Institute for Person-Centered Care
Relationships are at the heart of this philosophy.
UpToDate includes more than 140 interactive medical calculators that allow you to enter the values in commonly used formulas to obtain numerical data.
Explore the Calculator topics by searching for the term “calculators” in UpToDate.
Find UpToDate in HUBNET (on-site access only – no remote access)
Sometimes DNP students are interested in looking at others’ projects. The following repositories might help locate some:
Nursing Commons (includes repositories of over 100 nursing institutions)
Read The Nurses: The Ebola fighters in their own words including those of Kaci Hickox
Nurses – do you know about the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-Repository?
This open-access digital academic and clinical scholarship service is solely dedicated to sharing works created by nurses. The repository offers full text search retrieval, and includes dissertations, theses, study reports, conference papers, committee reports, faculty-created learning objects, presentation slides, conference papers, and pre- and post-print journal articles, as well as more than 38,000 study and conference abstracts.
Nurses – you are invited to submit research-related or evidence-based practice work authored by a single nurse, multiple nurses, or a collaborative group that includes a nurse. There is no fee to submit, and authors retain copyright to their materials, maintaining control of their work via a self-archiving mechanism.
The Health Sciences Library also provides a link to the Henderson Repository in our list of Biomedical Databases
Nurses are front line caregivers. The challenge to safely care for those with Ebola is primary.
The ANA is offering a 90 minute webinar at no charge on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 1-2:30 p.m. EDT
You may earn 1.5 CE contact hours.
Also consider the 10/30/2104 Webinar: Lessons Learned from Texas.
“Global Health and Nursing: YIMBY* (*Yes in my back yard!)”
Date: September 19, 2014
Time: 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm with reception and refreshments immediately following lecture
Place: 105 Harriman Hall
The Lecture is FREE and OPEN TO ALL
To REGISTER for this event please email UBNursingAlumni@buffalo.edu