Posts about Acute Care
Article Review: An Alternative Approach to Remediation Implemented by the Texas Board of Nursing
Personalized nurse remediation plans dramatically decrease the time needed to get a nurse back to safe independent practice compared to traditional remediation.
Is High Reliability Here to Stay? Why It’s a “Yes”
High reliability is the foundational core tenet of healthcare from the Hippocratic Oath to nearly every hospitals’ mission statement in one phrase or another.
The Enemy of Quality: 3 Simple Steps to Reduce Clinical Variation
To identify opportunities in clinical variation, organizations can work towards taking these 3 simple steps to reduce clinical variation.
Where You Need to Focus Risk Management Efforts
In any organization, risk management is necessary—however, risk management within the healthcare industry takes on a whole new meaning.
The Two Types of Nurse Managers and the One to Strive For
Throughout your career, you've probably witnessed a distinct difference in nurse management styles. Discover what the two types of nurse managers are.
Experienced Meets New: 7 Strategies to Support New Nurses
In a nursing culture with a clear divide between experienced and novice nurses, veteran nurses can follow these strategies to support new nurses.
How Physician Buy-In Impacts the High Reliability Journey
Without understanding the role of physician buy-in, healthcare organizations will face major challenges launching their journey to high reliability.
A Natural Selection: Evolving Efforts to Promote Breastfeeding
There are many benefits of breastfeeding for both the mother and the baby—several of which might come as a surprise to the public.
Why You Should Invest in Closing Your Wound Care Liability Gaps
When it comes to pressure injuries, diabetic wounds, and venous wounds, investing in expertise up front can help you avoid spending time and money on legal proceedings after the fact when wounds go wrong.
Shared Governance: 5 Tips to Boost Participation
When implementing governance innovations, every organization faces staff reticent to participate, yet quick to demand to know what's in it for them.
Power to Heal: Best Practices in Pressure Injury Prevention and Wound Care
These best practices can help all staff work together to prevent pressure wounds and identify contributory problems and appropriate treatments as early as possible.
Relias Nursing Insights Celebrating National Nurses Week
In honor of National Nurses Week, Relias nurses are taking time to share personal insights on the many ways the nursing industry is evolving and how celebrating nursing has shaped their lives.
Maternal Mortality Must Be Addressed and Variation in Care Is at the Root of the Problem
The U.S. has the highest maternal death rate (and rising) among the world's developed nations, while the death rate has been stable or falling in other developed countries.
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