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How AI Might Impact the Future of Nursing

You cannot go on the internet or read an article nowadays without seeing at least something mentioned about the advancements and benefits of AI (which stands for artificial intelligence). Whether you see stories about ChatGPT or the progress of robotics, the world of technology is exploding with these developments.  So what is AI, and most importantly, how is it shaping the future of nursing and health care? A simple Google search will tell you that “AI stands for artificial intelligence, which … [Read more...] about How AI Might Impact the Future of Nursing

Making the Move: Hospital to Home Health Nursing

There has been a noticeable shift in the nursing profession in recent years, with many nurses opting to transition from hospitals or acute care settings to home health care. This trend is not surprising, considering the changing dynamics of health care, the high burnout associated with working through the pandemic, and the ever-present and increasing demand for more personalized, client-centered care. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that home health care is one of America’s … [Read more...] about Making the Move: Hospital to Home Health Nursing

2023 Nurses Week Freebies, Deals, and Discounts

Springtime is here, which means Nurses Week is upon us! It goes without saying that nurses are often the unsung heroes in the health care world today. They work long hours to care for you and your loved ones tirelessly, and they are the foundation and backbone of our health care systems and communities. So, it is incredibly fitting that a week has been established to celebrate all the nurses who have dedicated their lives to caring for others. Nurses Week 2023 will be celebrated from May 6 -May … [Read more...] about 2023 Nurses Week Freebies, Deals, and Discounts

At-Home Spring Activities for Seniors and the Elderly

The days are slowly getting longer, the winter thaw is upon us, and yes, that means spring is in the air! More than likely, the first thing that comes to mind when we think of spring is the desire to get outside and enjoy the warming weather, chirping birds, and plentiful outdoor activities. Older adults are no exception, and a considerable benefit to receiving care at home is the flexibility to enjoy some time outdoors. Countless activities can allow senior adults to reap the benefits of … [Read more...] about At-Home Spring Activities for Seniors and the Elderly

Health Care: Hospital vs. Home

Due to the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, an overall theme of the last three years has been an emphasis on “staying home.” While at first, it was vital to our health to stay home, over the years, it has allowed our homes to evolve from a safe space and encompass many things we didn’t think we’d initially consider doing in our homes. Our homes have become our workplaces, gyms, and creative spaces. And we are now seeing that this transformation is also evolving to include our health care. … [Read more...] about Health Care: Hospital vs. Home

5 Warning Signs That an Aging Parent Needs Help at Home

It’s safe to say that the goal of most people approaching the latter half of their life is to grow old gracefully. And while many challenges emerge for those approaching their “mid-life era,” a common one for many people is helping with the care of now-elderly parents or loved ones. While it may not be an issue many people actively think of as the years pass, it can suddenly become a reality for those growing older with aging parents. Preparation is critical, so here are some warning signs to … [Read more...] about 5 Warning Signs That an Aging Parent Needs Help at Home

Three Best Shoes for Registered Nurses 

If you literally never want to sit down on the job, a nursing career may be for you. When you think about jobs requiring a lot of standing, some obvious ones, like cooks, cashiers, and bartenders, come to mind. And when you picture people sitting around at work all day, you probably picture accountants and maybe even bus drivers. But what about nurses? According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the average American worker spends just 39% of the workday sitting and 61% on their feet. … [Read more...] about Three Best Shoes for Registered Nurses 

Six Common Causes of Nurse Burnout

Nurse Burnout. While in the past, this term may not have been very well known to people outside of the medical field, in the last two years, it has made its way to the forefront of not just news stories and publications. It is also widely discussed on video-sharing and social media platforms. In light of the global health crisis that is the Covid-19 pandemic, the realities of overworked, over-stressed health care workers have become an enormous problem that is evident to health care workers and … [Read more...] about Six Common Causes of Nurse Burnout

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