It's important to understand the boundaries of posting on social media as a nurse. The government has strict laws in place that protect a patient’s right to privacy.
As a nurse manager, you are responsible for creating a professional workplace for you and your staff.
If you’re tired of working in the same hospital day after day, you might be interested in taking your career in a new direction. Take a look at some of the most unusual nursing jobs around the country.
At NurseGrid, we believe in the power of community. To us, community means sharing experiences, offering support, and making connections. We created these monthly Spotlights for that reason – to showcase you, share your stories, and ensure your voice is heard.
Nurses need professional support and training throughout their careers to make sure they can meet the demands of modern healthcare. That’s why it’s so important for healthcare facilities and nurse managers to invest in what’s known as clinical supervision.
Thanks to improvements in healthcare technology, documenting and reporting incidents on the job has become much easier than it used to be.
A simple “thank you” can go a long way when someone’s in the middle of a 12-hour shift. Use these tips to show staff members how much they mean to you.
If you’re a registered bedside nurse that’s looking to transition into nurse management, you’ll have to supplement your education and professional experience. Learn how you can take your career to the next level and become a nurse manager.
Healthcare management is notorious for overloading staff with too much information, diluting information that truly is important.
With over 500,000 nurses using our platforms, we know the importance of building a community. To us, community means sharing experiences, offering support, and making connections. We created these monthly Spotlights for that reason – to showcase you, share your stories, and ensure your voice is heard.
As beneficial as these changes have been when it comes to patient privacy, HIPAA has also created challenges for healthcare workers as they continue dealing with these complex new procedures.
Nurse engagement is the measure of a nurse’s commitment to their job, their employer, and the nursing profession as a whole. On-the-job engagement plays a vital role in delivering quality patient-centered care. If nurses lack engagement, the quality of care the patient receives is likely to suffer.
Since the late 1970s, medical facilities have responded to nursing shortages by hiring temporary workers to fill crisis needs. Today, temporary nursing positions are filled by thousands of professional travel nurses that travel across the USA filling crisis needs.
As a manager, you need to have a reliable, accurate way of managing your staff’s overtime to make sure patient care and your employees don’t suffer as a result. Use these tips to manage nurse overtime, so you can keep your employees healthy and satisfied with their work.
The nursing profession continues to evolve as members of the healthcare community analyze and spearhead opportunities for improvement. By looking back on how the nursing industry has changed, we can make better sense of how the industry will continue to evolve going forward.
Changes in geography and economic development, religious differences, and changes to the overall healthcare system can affect the way a nurse does their job. From education and accreditation to the environment in which care is administered, the nursing industry varies widely across the globe. Learn more about global similarities and differences in nursing.
We designed NurseGrid Mobile to cut straight to the chase, offering features requested by nurses around the country, all while keeping the tools clean and straightforward.