Hospital hiring RNs in advance of new wing opening in 2019 | Pa. in need of home health nurses | Utah nurses, Salt Lake police develop new policy on hospital interactions
October 13, 2017
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Hospital hiring RNs in advance of new wing opening in 2019
Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro, N.C., plans to open its new Women's Services Wing in 2019 and is hiring labor/delivery, neonatal and mother/baby nurses to prepare, said registered nurse Angela Reagan. The hospital is holding a job fair and open house.
WFMY-TV (Greensboro, N.C.) (10/5) 
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Pa. in need of home health nurses
An infant and a teenager with tracheostomies who cannot go home because they need 24-hour care are among the patients in Pennsylvania affected by a lack of home health nurses due in part to low pay. "We pray every day that the prospects make it all the way and get hired and make it out to work ... but it doesn't always happen that way," said Barbara Sico of Bayada Home Health Care.
WJAC-TV (Johnstown, Pa.) (10/12),  WHTM-TV (Harrisburg, Pa.) (10/10) 
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Education & Training
Utah nurses, Salt Lake police develop new policy on hospital interactions
The Salt Lake City and Sandy police departments have adopted a new set of policies governing law enforcement activity at hospitals that was developed with the Utah Nurses Association following the arrest of a nurse in July that led to a detective's firing. The policy "gives nurses a little reassurance that they now have a strict plan, and, with that plan, the intent is that nurses will not leave the hospital in handcuffs," said Aimee McLean, president of the Utah Nurses Association.
The Salt Lake Tribune (Utah) (10/12) 
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TripleCare telemedicine services added at 4 Covenant Health facilities
Four Covenant Health skilled nursing facilities across New England have deployed Triple Care's telehealth-based services, which can help identify patients who can be treated within Covenant Health facilities and those who should be transferred to hospitals. Gerard Foley of Covenant Health said Triple Care's virtual health care services have improved diagnosis and care for patients who may have otherwise been transferred to the hospital.
Healthcare IT News (10/9) 
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AWHONN Spotlight
Parents' perspectives on navigating the work of speaking up in the NICU
NICUs represent a challenging environment in which to maintain patient safety. In an article in JOGNN, authors describe the need for clinicians to recognize the complex social and personal dimensions of the NICU experience that influence parents' willingness to speak up about their safety concerns. Read the abstract in JOGNN.
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Leadership
Cook Islands official to fill chief nurse role for WHO
Cook Islands Ministry of Health Secretary Elizabeth Iro has been appointed as the World Health Organization's chief nursing officer, ending a seven-year vacancy for the role. "Nurses play a critical role not only in delivering healthcare to millions around the world, but also in transforming health policies, promoting health in communities, and supporting patients and families," said WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Radio New Zealand (10/13),  Nursing Times (U.K.) (free registration) (10/12) 
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AWHONN News
New! Critical Care Obstetrics Online Education
The maternal mortality rate in the United States continues to rise! Now more than ever, it's imperative that nurses are able to identify high-risk and critically ill obstetric patients. AWHONN's new Critical Care Obstetrics Education (CCOE) library empowers nurses to identify these women who need treatment or stabilization. These courses feature current, evidence-based education targeted to the care of the critically ill obstetric patient, and the unique challenges of providing care for these patients with life-threatening conditions and complications. The courses are fully narrated and available on AWHONN's Online Learning Center. Participants can earn up to 9.5 contact hours! Learn more.
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2018 National Committees Applications Now Open
AWHONN is currently seeking new members for the 2018 National Committees. Serving on a National Committee is a highly rewarding opportunity that entails a combination of shared experiences and gained knowledge to participating committee members. Applications are open until Friday, Oct. 27, by midnight Eastern Standard Time. Learn more.
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