• Home
  • /Archive by category ' Uncategorized '

Archive For: Uncategorized

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
 
10 Steps to Preventing Spread of Infection in Hospitals

10 Steps to Preventing Spread of Infection in Hospitals

10 Steps to Preventing Spread of Infection in Hospitals by Mackenzie Thompson Life Saver, NHCPS posted on Feb 20, 2017, at 5:13 pm Share   Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are a major burden on health care costs in the U.S. Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least one ... Read More
 
10 Life-Changing Moments in Nursing

10 Life-Changing Moments in Nursing

10 Life-Changing Moments in Nursing by Mackenzie Thompson Life Saver, NHCPS posted on Jan 5, 2017, at 4:09 am Share There is not a go-to source for life-changing moments in nursing because they vary heavily from person to person. They can involve family members, patients of any age or working with ... Read More
 
Career Options for New Grads With a BSN

Career Options for New Grads With a BSN

Career Options for New Grads With a BSN by Mackenzie Thompson Life Saver, NHCPS posted on Dec 14, 2016, at 4:29 am Share New graduates with a BSN have many options when it comes to specific career types. While working as a registered nurse, recent graduates can explore advanced degrees, work ... Read More
 
Buy One, Give One Away: Gift a Course with our Holiday BOGO

Buy One, Give One Away: Gift a Course with our Holiday BOGO

Buy One, Give One Away: Gift a Course with our Holiday BOGO by Mackenzie Thompson Life Saver, NHCPS posted on Dec 2, 2016, at 4:33 am Share ‘Tis the season of giving! Why not make an impact with your gift giving this year? You and your friend or family member can ... Read More