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2009: The Year In Review

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For many of us, 2009 marked a year of transition. Nurses and other healthcare professionals learned their professions are not "recession proof." Layoffs occurred. Some people hit the job market in search for new opportunities in fear of future layoffs. Aspiring retirees had to postpone their big sendoffs because their 401(k) took hits. Clinically, H1N1 forced drug makers to scramble for an ...

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Executive Perspective

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Vol. 8 •Issue 12 • Page 46 Conference Connection Executive Perspective AONE leverages energy and dreams to power nursing's future By Karin Lillis The American Organization of Nurse Executives' (AONE) 39th Annual Meeting and Exposition drew current and future nurse leaders from across the U.S. Held April 19-22 in Orlando, the conference centered on "Leveraging Energy and Dreams: The ...

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No Shortcuts

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Vol. 7 •Issue 11 • Page 14 No Shortcuts RN students in New York can no longer apply to work as LPNs as they continue their education By Kathleen Waton For 40 years, New York students in an RN program had the option to apply for LPN licensure prior to graduation, if they met certain qualifications. In a matter of days, that option will no longer be available. Under the previous ...

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California Beckons

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Vol. 6 •Issue 24 • Page 28 California Beckons Nurses gather in the Golden State to celebrate the forces of Magnetism By Kay Bensing, MA, RN In 1848, news that gold had been found near Sacramento, led to a stampede of pioneers who traveled west to seek their fortunes. In 2004, with the same spirit as their ancestors, 1,938 nurses came to the Golden State's capital to attend the Eighth ...

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Get the Shot!

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Consider this scenario: Your loved one has just been admitted to the hospital at the peak of a particularly severe flu season and has not received an influenza vaccine. The nurse caring for your loved one chose to forgo flu vaccination this year and was, unbeknownst to her, recently exposed to the flu. Do you find this situation acceptable? Based on vaccination rates of healthcare workers (HCWs) ...

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Leading By Example

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Vol. 2 •Issue 16 • Page 12 In the Spotlight Leading By Example Bay Area nurse leads the charge to open doors for others By Candy Goulette At heart, Deloras Jones, MS, RN, is a healer. She's been caring for the health of Californians for more than 40 years in one way or another. And while she'd rather look toward the future than back at the past, it is necessary to see where she came ...

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area hospitals named 'best'

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area hospitals named 'best' Johns Hopkins and Sheppard Pratt Honored by U.S. News & World Report Rankings By BRIAN W. FERRIE When U.S. News & World Report released its annual rankings July 19 of America's Best Hospitals, it made a lot of facilities in the Greater Baltimore/ Washington, DC area happy by ranking them among the nation's top 50 in specialty categories. Two facilities, Johns ...

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On the Road to Reform

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Vol. 2 •Issue 11 • Page 36 On the Road to Reform Children's Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition seeks standardization By Luke Cowles The first regional retreat for the Initiative for Pediatric Palliative Care (IPPC) was held at Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), March 10-12. It was the first official meeting for the Southern California Children's Hospice and Palliative Care ...

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Get the Shot!

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Vol. 10 •Issue 17 • Page 29 Get the Shot! Nurses should take the lead in getting a yearly flu vaccination By Suzanne M. Cowperthwaite, MSN, RN Consider this scenario: Your loved one has just been admitted to the hospital at the peak of a particularly severe flu season and has not received an influenza vaccine. The nurse caring for your loved one chose to forgo flu vaccination this year ...

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Leader of the Pack

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Vol. 9 • Issue 21 • Page 9 When the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announced four Maine hospitals were among the 16 facilities in the nation to participate in the first two cohorts of the Aligning Forces for Quality: Transforming Care at the Bedside Co-llaborative (TCAB Collaborative), Rosemary C. Henry, MS, RN, vice president of nursing/chief nursing officer at St. Mary's Regional ...

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