Nursing students participate in disaster drill | Penn Medicine moves beyond using EHR as an administrative tool | Study: "Eyeballing" patients more accurate than ED triage protocols
October 18, 2018
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Nursing students participate in disaster drill
Senior nursing students at Widner University participated in a disaster drill that simulated an explosion with more than 100 injured. The students served as triage nurses as well as victims during the drill, which included 35 Pennsylvania emergency agencies.
Delaware County News Network (Swarthmore, Pa.) (10/14) 
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Penn Medicine moves beyond using EHR as an administrative tool
The University of Pennsylvania Health System, also known as Penn Medicine, is working with clinicians on an overhaul of EHR systems so they can become a more intuitive and interactive tool to relieve administrative burdens, enhance clinical efficiency and boost patient outcomes. "Ultimately, we need to move past the idea that the EHR is just an administrative tool and see it as a clinical tool -- like a scalpel, or a medication, or an X-ray machine," says Dr. David Asch, executive director of the Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation.
EHR Intelligence (10/12) 
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Nurses to Hold Panel on Workplace Violence
The Pennsylvania State Nurses Association will hold "Regaining Your Footing: Finding Stability and Security After a Workplace Violence Event" on October 23 at Harrisburg University from 6-8 p.m. Join healthcare professionals, legislators and PSNA leadership for a free event to assist nurses and healthcare providers in preventing, navigating, and healing from violent events in the workplace. Register today.
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Register to Attend a Safe Staffing Town Hall
On Wednesday, October 24, professional nurses, nursing students and the community are invited to attend the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association's Town Hall meeting to discuss safe nurse staffing concerns and legislation affecting Pennsylvania's nurses and patients. The Town Hall meeting will be held at Hollidaysburg Area High School, 1510 N. Montgomery St., Hollidaysburg, Pa., from 6 to 8 p.m. We are pleased to welcome Rep. Judy Ward, RN, Prime Sponsor of Safe Nurse Staffing legislation. Register today.
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