Articles Tagged with “NURSES”

Acts of rudeness are on the rise in medicine. Can a civility push lead to a healthier workplace?

The World Health Organization gave Elizabeth Iro the job of advocating for nurses everywhere.

In the isolation of the COVID-19 wards, nurses were a lifeline. Hospitals stand to benefit from their insight.

A bed-bound nurse reflects on falling sick in the time of COVID-19.

For nurses and doctors, abuse from patients is just part of the job. But as attacks mount, hospitals are trying to defuse the tension.

Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris discuss the need to end workplace violence in health care.

Guidelines for operating room attire may change in 2019 and ease tension over donning the controversial bouffant.

Readers weigh in on the expanding field of community paramedicine and the role of chaplains in hospitals.

School nurses see to a variety of ailments, and there aren’t enough of them.