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Understanding the Patient’s Bill of Rights

Healthcare providers have a duty to provide all patients with outstanding healthcare. The American Hospital Association (AHA) adopted the Patient’s Bill of Rights in 1973, setting the framework for all healthcare professionals to follow to safeguard a patient’s right to get the best care delivery. As a nurse, you are uniquely positioned to ensure that …

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Why Is Evidence-Based Practice So Important?

Registered Nurses (RNs) are at the forefront of the healthcare industry delivering patient care. Nurses are the professionals who interact the most with patients, physicians, patient families, and other healthcare team members, ensuring the timely delivery of care for patients. Considering their integral role, Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is a critical part of nursing education. Today’s post …

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Become a Leader and Transition to a Charge Nurse

A nursing career offers plenty of opportunities for growth to advance your career and enjoy greater success. Charge nurses are registered nurses (RNs) in leadership roles who balance the responsibilities of several roles in one. They are caretakers, point people, supervisors, and liaisons. Besides caring for patients, charge nurses also must stay abreast of everything …

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