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“Nurse Overload” Article Breaking All Blogging Records! Now Watch video of 1 Nursing Minute!

The article Doug Hall and I wrote “Nurse Overload:  The Risks to Employee and Patient” is getting LOTS of ‘hits’ and comments.  Docs, Patient Advocates, and Nurses are commenting in various places in the social media realm.  Thank you all … Continue reading

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Nurse Overload: The Risks to Employee and Patient

By: Beth Boynton and Doug Hall… The secret is out. The illusion is exposed. The truth is known: Hospitals are dangerous places. Healthcare workers have known this for a long time and tried to tell friends and family but few … Continue reading

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