Common Health Issues Among College Students and Close Communities

Common Health Issues Among College Students and Close Communities

Common Health Issues Among College Students and Close Communities by Mackenzie Thompson Life Saver, NHCPS posted on Aug 28, 2017, at 8:05 pm Share Summer vacation is almost over, and colleges across the country will soon be returning for fall classes. While going back to school is a great, joyous time ... Read More
 
What Type of Floor or Unit Do I Want to Work in as a Nurse?

What Type of Floor or Unit Do I Want to Work in as a Nurse?

What Type of Floor or Unit Do I Want to Work in as a Nurse? by Mackenzie Thompson Life Saver, NHCPS posted on Aug 17, 2017, at 4:47 pm Share There are dozens of career opportunities in nursing, ranging from direct-care in pediatrics to working in skilled nursing facilities (SNF). Experienced ... Read More
 
How to Get Ready for the New CMS Rule for Emergency Preparedness

How to Get Ready for the New CMS Rule for Emergency Preparedness

How to Get Ready for the New CMS Rule for Emergency Preparedness by Mackenzie Thompson Life Saver, NHCPS posted on Jun 21, 2017, at 10:31 pm Share One of the gravest threats facing the U.S. today is the risk of wildfires and natural disasters. While many associate wildfires and natural disasters ... Read More
 
Historical AHA Guideline Updates 1995-2020

Historical AHA Guideline Updates 1995-2020

Historical AHA Guideline Updates 1995-2020 Every five years, the American Heart Association (AHA) releases new guidelines regarding CPR, BLS, ACLS and PALS. While some know this fact, few realize that the history behind international standardization of such guidelines has been relatively short. In fact, the AHA only first introduced pediatric courses, including pediatric basic life ... Read More
 
A Nurse’s Guide to Isolation Precautions

A Nurse’s Guide to Isolation Precautions

A Nurse’s Guide to Isolation Precautions Those suffering from illness may need in-patient care. However, some illnesses and treatment measures come with the added burden of isolation precautions. These precautions build upon universal precautions to provide maximum reduction in exposure to potential pathogens. While understanding universal precautions, as explained by the National Institute for Occupational ... Read More
 
Guest Blog Jen Kyer On: Nurturing Your Nurse

Guest Blog Jen Kyer On: Nurturing Your Nurse

Guest Blog Jen Kyer On: Nurturing Your Nurse by Jen Kyer RN/Blogger/Wife/Mother On: Purpose Blog posted on Apr 3, 2017, at 2:41 pm Share BEING A NURSE IS A HARD JOB. It’s obvious from any of my other posts I feel this way but there’s another job that is probably close ... Read More