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Author: Beth Telesz

UV Safety: Sunscreen, Shade, and Skin Cancer

Posted on July 3, 2018 by Beth Telesz

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun poses health risks to the skin and eyes. Here are the best ways to counteract the damaging effects of sun exposure.

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Inspired by an Influential, Innovative Nurse

Posted on May 10, 2018 by Beth Telesz

Nurses provide highly skilled, expert care with dignity and kindness throughout our nation’s network of hospitals and extended healthcare facilities. Nurses’ compassion extends to patients’...

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Ask-a-Nurse Seeks to Address Simulation-Related Queries

Simulation in education is still a young field, although it’s been rapidly adopted in nursing programs, EMS training programs, and other allied health educational programs over the past 10 years....

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Insect Bites: Background and Basic Recommendations

Insect bites are prevalent this time of the year, with many people enjoying time engaging in outdoor activities, increased travel, and relaxation outside. Bug repellant sprays are commonly used to...

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Simulation Helps in Home Care

Posted on May 18, 2017 by Beth Telesz

More and more patient care is happening in the home, requiring active parent and family member education. Many times, patients seek to return home after treatment in a hospital, and family members...

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Patient Safety Awareness Starts in the Classroom

Patients deserve safe care.

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Patient Safety Solutions for Simulation and Education for (Almost) 25 Years

Nurse-owned-and-operated Pocket Nurse® has a successful history of providing solutions, equipment, products, and supplies to help provide realistic educational experiences for healthcare students in...

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Pocket Nurse Recognizes SSH Academy Fellows

Pocket Nurse® would like to take this opportunity to recognize the inaugural group of Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) Academy Fellows. These accomplished experts are being recognized for...

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Raising Awareness for Breast Cancer through Simulation

By now, with the notorious pink explosion that October brings, most people are well aware of the prevalence of breast cancer. These pink attention grabbers are meant to serve as reminders to...

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