Mary Breckinridge, like Florence Nightingale, created an educational legacy that is still in place today.
Pocket Nurse® cares about employee milestones. We encourage employees to share their accomplishments and wisdom when celebrating one or more years of service with us. Corporate Nurse Educator Beth Telesz recently celebrated her four-year anniversary with the company.
According to the 109-year-old eye advocacy group, Prevent Blindness®, there are around 2,000 work-related eye injuries every day. Of those injuries, 90 percent could be lessened or prevented with proper eye protection.
I participated in a Twitter chat Tuesday with the National Patient Safety Foundation (@theNPSF) about issues around patient safety. (Search for #PSAW17chat.) It is Patient Safety Awareness Week, so these conversations are especially vital now.
Patients deserve safe care.
In 2017, emergency responders must be prepared for a complex and volatile world. EMS training today requires active shooter/ hostile event (ASHE) consideration.
If you are in nursing, whether as an active nurse or as a nurse educator, you surely know the history of Florence Nightingale, the mother of the modern nursing profession. Through her actions as she pursued her own career in nursing, Nightingale showed the value in
At Pocket Nurse® we serve more than just nurses; we also serve allied health professionals. It’s crucial to understand this complex term in order to support our customers’ needs. I began learning about allied health in early 2016. Here is a short summary of what I learned.