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Category Archives: Cardiac Nursing

‘This election, change is necessary and improvement is possible’ – Nursing Times

Posted: December 6, 2019 at 12:46 pm

With little time left before we go to the polls, nursing and the NHS have become crucial battlegrounds in the election campaign. But too often, those at the eye of the storm the health workers themselves have been locked out of this debate. The NHS has imposed strict rules on speaking out and high-profile politicians have been able to throw around figures with little understanding of the issues involved. Continue reading

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Think your nursing facility has adapted to PDPM? The hard work may just be starting. – Blogs – McKnight’s Long Term Care News

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Skilled nursing facility leaders could be forgiven for breathing a sigh of relief now that the formal transition to the Patient-Driven Payment Model is behind them. Preparing for the biggest overhaul in Medicare reimbursements in two decades has been a challenging and stressful experience for the industry, where many facilities already operate on thin profit margins. Continue reading

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With PDGM Looming, Home Health Providers Down on Therapy Services – Home Health Care News

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To better position themselves for changing demographics and other industry headwinds, a sizable chunk of home health providers plan to further diversify their specialty services within the next two years. Thats mostly true for everything apart from therapy-related services, which virtually no providers plan on expanding anytime soon Continue reading

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Elite Medical Center Becomes First Nevada Hospital Accredited to Administer Groundbreaking Treatment for Postpartum Depression – Nevada Business…

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Fordham University’s Dr. Christina Greer presents 27th annual lecture honoring Arthur Ashe’s mission to end disparities in medicine – Amsterdam News

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The Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University hosted the Legacy of Arthur Ashe in the 21st Century lecture, on Wednesday Dec. Continue reading

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Care comes full circle: Spokane Valley firefighters assisted nurse, and she has returned the favor – The Spokesman-Review

Posted: November 25, 2019 at 10:47 am

Wed., Nov. 20, 2019 Alexis Skjelbred dreamed at an early age of becoming a nurse. With academic struggles because of test anxiety, she gave up that idea during high school Continue reading

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‘May we always be thankful’: Readers from across Wisconsin share what they’re grateful for – Wisconsin Rapids Tribune

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We asked readers in Wisconsin what or who they're thankful for. Continue reading

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Partnership between Latter-day Saint Charities and Cambodia is saving lives – Deseret News

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PEA REANG, Cambodia Far outside the increasingly modern capital of Phnom Penh, out amid countless waterlogged rice paddies and farms of pink lotus blossoms where villagers eat deep-fried tarantulas as a treat, a survivor lies in a hospital bed tethered to brand new medical equipment. The genocide she lived through as a teenage girl wiped out a third of Cambodias population Continue reading

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Woman Injured in Las Vegas Shooting Dies 2 Years Later – The New York Times

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Two years after a horrific attack at a Las Vegas hotel became the deadliest shooting in modern American history, a California woman who was shot and paralyzed that night has died. The woman, Kim Gervais, 57, was a country music fan, small-business owner and mother of two daughters Continue reading

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Cardiac patients at Eastbourne DGH who help with rehabilitation have been recognised – Eastbourne Herald

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SUS-191121-121801001 Published: 14:53 Friday 22 November 2019 Ex-cardiac patients who volunteer to help other patients rehabilitate following a heart attack or heart procedure have been recognised for their support to cardiac rehabilitation. Nine volunteers with over 45 years of cardiac rehabilitation experience between them were presented with certificates by the nursing team to mark their invaluable contribution to the cardiac rehabilitation at Eastbourne DGH. Amy Pennells, acting cardiac rehabilitation sister, said, The Eastbourne cardiac rehabilitation volunteers are quite simply amazing. Continue reading

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