Category Archives: Patient Safety

Medical Improv is Coming to Dartmouth Hitchcock!

And I am honored to present this cutting-edge learning process to nurses at the renown teaching hospital!  It will be a half day of engaging activities, discussion, and lecture. Medical Improv: An Effective Strategy for Developing Critical Interpersonal Skills  At … Continue reading

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Pulse Oximetry Screening for Newborns

By Mandy Johnson In 2011, the United States Secretary of Health has recommended the use of pulse oximetry screening in newborns prior to discharge, adding to the universal newborn screening panel to promote early detection of a serious condition known … Continue reading

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Clinical Nurse Specialist Shares Advice For Nursing Students Preparing for the NCLEX

Preparing for the NCLEX can be a stressful and scary experience. At Confident Voices, we thought it would be helpful to all nursing students out there, especially those who will be taking the NCLEX in the near future, to share … Continue reading

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