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Your Nursing Program Needs Care Too!

Posted by Skyscape on Dec 12, 2018 9:45:17 AM

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Tags: fan, nursing educator, nursing program, teaching methodologies, protect, employer satisfaction, professional trends, faculty, student

Types of Bullying and their Surefire Remedies

Posted by Skyscape on Nov 19, 2018 10:59:19 AM

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Tags: bullying, verbal bullying, physical bullying, relational bullying, cyberbullying, humiliation, hitting, name-calling, extorting money, intimidation, spreading bad rumors

11 Misconceptions about the Influenza Vaccine

Posted by Skyscape on Nov 1, 2018 10:48:46 AM

Influenza, also known as “the flu”, is a contagious respiratory illness. It is caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat and lungs. Flu symptoms can include fever, cough, body ache, headache, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, chills, tiredness and sometimes vomiting and diarrhea. In some cases, people with flu do not have a fever.

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Tags: immunization shots, health check-up, Influenza, Flu viruses, Flu, Antibiotics, Flu vaccine, Flu shots, Misconception about flu shots, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, GBS, respiratory illness

Stopping the Line for Patient Safety

Posted by Skyscape on Oct 30, 2018 11:18:53 AM

At Toyota factories—yes, the car company—every assembly line has a big red button. And every worker has a responsibility to press the button if they feel something is amiss. This button stops the entire assembly line. Stopping the line could mean the difference between building a safe car versus building one that puts people at risk.

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Tags: patient safety, stopping the line, safety, prevention, mistakes

Tips for a Successful Back-to-School Season

Posted by Skyscape on Oct 4, 2018 3:45:08 PM

Heading back to school following a relaxed summer can be a time of great excitement, and carries with it some anxiety for both parents and children. Parents can help to mitigate this by establishing a regular routine for their school-aged children, in an effort to make the 2018-2019 school year as successful as possible.

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Tags: back to school, school reopen, manage backpack, new school, new classroom, kids, health check-up, immunization shots, children, healthy breakfast, homework routine

Physician Burnout: Causes, Effects and Remedies

Posted by Skyscape on Sep 14, 2018 9:18:33 AM

Physician burnout is an epidemic prevailing today in the medical profession. A study shows that on an average 1 in 3 US doctors at any given time suffer from physician burnout. Recent survey in the US shows that physician burnout rates are higher than 50%. These revelations demonstrate that doctors are facing extreme work pressures which is leading to burnout.

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Tags: physician burnout causes, physician burnout prevention, physician burnout remedies, physician burnout symptoms

What does self-care have to do with my role as an educator?

Posted by Skyscape on Sep 11, 2018 1:55:37 PM

Know, Don't know, No.

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Tags: self-care

Putting Me First: Finding Work and Life Balance

Posted by Skyscape on Aug 24, 2018 12:53:21 PM

What do sleep, meditation, downward dog and hydration have in common?

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Tags: health, stress, work, balance, life, exhaustion

New Research finds emotional eating is learned by children

Posted by Skyscape on Jun 25, 2018 12:55:14 PM

A new study out of the University College of London concludes that children with unhealthy eating habits are likely to have learned them rather than having inherited them.

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Tags: health, diet, nutrition, news, research

A Guiding Light in the Middle of the Night: the Life of a Medical Student

Posted by Skyscape on Jun 13, 2018 2:07:45 PM

“Beep, beep, beep” – the one sound you dread to hear at 3 AM. As you get up from what you thought might be a few “clutch hours” of precious sleep, you see the numbers “6666” on your beeper – and your heart sinks… It’s the ER with your 7th admission of the night.  Sleep deprived and bleary eyed, you drag yourself down to meet your 86 year old female patient from the nursing home with presumed urosepsis.  But there’s something different about this case. You notice that her electrolytes are off – and not what you’d expect from a uroseptic patient.  You note that instead of being acidotic as you might expect, she’s alkyotic. And it’s 3 AM…

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Tags: medical school, student, stress, work

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