Even as the end of remote learning and remote work slowly comes into view, we can take many lessons from the year that was 2020. Here is hoping we can adopt what we have learned regarding remote classrooms and virtual learning, and use them to our advantage going forward.
Even as the COVID-19 pandemic is the top concern in the healthcare community, people will have other reasons to seek care in a hospital: chemotherapy, trauma and accidents, childbirth. And some of those patients will need blood transfusions.
In the strange year that 2020 has been, we are happy that we can support your educational goals with accurate and informational articles. We look forward to bringing you more great content in 2021!
As we come upon Thanksgiving Day, Pocket Nurse wants to express our thanks that we have been able to meet the challenges of 2020. We have worked very hard to meet the demand for personal protective equipment (PPE), hand sanitizers, disinfectant cleaning supplies, face masks and shields, and protective barriers.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $14 billion to post-secondary institutions to use with the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) portion. Schools can use these funds for distance learning equipment, financial aid to students, and other supplies and equipment that support their curricula.