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Nurses Using Smartphones and Tablets at Work

Nurses Using Smartphones and Tablets at Work

By Sue Montgomery, RN, BSN, CHPN

Mobile devices are becoming increasingly common in patient care settings, and for some very good reasons: Smartphones and tablets are easy to carry; versatile; and provide an efficient way for nurses to access patient records, clinical resources and patient education materials or stay in touch with other healthcare professionals (including those working on the same unit). And we all know that if there’s a more efficient way to do something, nurses are going to…

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Saint Marianne of Molokai and the Leper Colonies of Hawaii

Saint Marianne of Molokai and the Leper Colonies of Hawaii

By Elizabeth Hanink, RN, BSN, PHN

With their dedication to service and penchant for self-sacrifice, you could say that all nurses are saints, but only a few…

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Womens Health Nursing: Interview with Homera Pourzand, RN, MSN, NP

Womens Health Nursing: Interview with Homera Pourzand, RN, MSN, NP

By Keith Carlson, RN, BSN, CPC, NC-BC

What is your current position at the Los Angeles Center for Women's Health, Dignity California Hospital? I am a nurse practitioner…

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The 1918 Flu Epidemic and You

The 1918 Flu Epidemic and You

By Elizabeth Hanink, RN, BSN, PHN

Should nurses be required to get a flu shot each year? Last October, the public health departments of Los Angeles and…

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Disaster Response Nursing: Could You Stay Alive for 72 Hours?

Disaster Response Nursing: Could You Stay Alive for 72 Hours?

By Keith Carlson, RN, BSN

Interview with Kathy Stevenson, RN, BSN, Children's Hospital Los AngelesPlease share with us a synopsis of your nursing career.As of this…

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Eating Disorders Nursing: Interview with Lisa Palm, RN, NSN, CPN

Eating Disorders Nursing: Interview with Lisa Palm, RN, NSN, CPN

By Keith Carlson, RN, BSN

I have worked as a pediatric/adolescent nurse for 14 years. I worked for an outpatient pediatric multidisciplinary clinic at Children's Hospital…

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Genetics Oncology Nursing: Interview with Deborah MacDonald, Ph.D., APNG

Genetics Oncology Nursing: Interview with Deborah MacDonald, Ph.D., APNG

By Mariah Williams

I am credentialed as an Advanced Practice Nurse in Genetics (APNG). I was recruited to City of Hope in January 1997…

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Featured Jobs

RN - Assistant Clinical Nurse Manager Hematology - Ft/Night/12 hr

City of Hope

Assists the Clinical Nurse Manager in the responsibilities for the daily operational needs of the assigned area. Participates in the management…

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Instructor-Assistant Professor (2 positions) - Potential Tenure Track

Mount St. Mary's College

The nursing department at Mount St. Mary's College is seeking two full-time instructors/assistant professors who will teach in the Associate Degree…

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RN - Med/Surg (Future Opening) - Varied

Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation

Casa Colina will be opening a NEW 31-bed Med/Surg hospital in early 2015. At this time, we are accepting applications from…

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Working Nurse 151

 
Before you use your smartphone or tablet at work, understand the risks. Is BYOD a career-ending HIPAA disaster waiting to happen? This informative article provides guidelines.