Medical Records Arrived: Deciphering Electronic or Paper Records All new webinar organized by Patricia Iyer and sponsored by www.patiyer.com/bbb March 18, 2014 Time: 8:00 PM-9:00 PM Eastern, 7:00 PM-8:00 PM Central, 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Mountain, 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Pacific Is This You? § Looking for practical tips for organizing medical records that were generated by a […]
Deciphering Electronic or Paper Medical Records-New Webinar for Attorneys and Legal Nurse Consultants
Curious to Learn Medical Improv? The 1st One at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine was Amazing! Check Out 2nd One at University of Washington School of Medicine this May!
Last June I attended the very first Medical Improv Train-the-Trainer conference in Chicago at the NUFSOM! This four day conference included a small group of nurses, doctors, attorneys, social workers and actors who specialized in improvisation and standardized patients! Here’s a review of the event! Some of us had experience in Improv and others did […]
Award-winning Nurse/Actress/Filmmaker: “Hello, my name is Florence Nightingale. Give me two minutes…”
Check out this video blog “Motivation to Change” where she plays the role of Florence Nightengale and answers a question from the audience, ““Ms. Nightingale, why did you leave your life as an aristocrat and work so hard to change the healthcare system in Great Britain?” Candace “Candy” Campbell is one of the “Art of Nursing” […]
Regis Professor Recruiting New Nurses with Learning Disabilities for Research Project re: Transition into Practice
by Michelle Colleran Cook, MS, RN, Assistant Professor, Regis College Ask any nurse what it was like to move from the role of a student to that of a new nurse and I bet you’ll get an earful. New nurses begin their careers excited, enthusiastic, and idealistic. Expecting to be received as knowledgeable newcomers, prepared to make […]