Nursing interventions in traumatic brain injury go beyond the patient November 18, 2014 Teaching is paramount in the nursing profession and critical to the management of mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBI) in particular, according to a new continuing education report. Nurses strike highlights struggle for Ebola precautions, adequate staffing November 18, 2014 Thousands of nurses went on strike last week to protest a lack of Ebola cautions and staffing concerns. Combating alarm fatigue November 13, 2014 Because clinical alarms can result in serious harm to patients and they have garnered increased interest from the Joint Commission, the ECRI Institute—an independent nonprofit that researches improvements to patient care—has listed clinical alarms as the top health technology hazard of 2014. Nurses and care teams need better ways to communicate to improve hospital care November 13, 2014 Hospitals lose about $12 billion annually as a result of poor communication among healthcare providers. The end of the MSN degree? Nursing education moves forward on DNP for advanced practice November 06, 2014 Many nursing schools plan to close master's programs in the coming years Ebola nursing update: Court overrules state officials on mandatory quarantine for Maine nurse November 06, 2014 Kaci Hickox will be released from quarantine, but continue direct monitoring Nursing unions use Ebola momentum to vie for better training, protection October 28, 2014 The California Nurses’ Union is seeking better protection against Ebola in its negotiation with Kaiser Permanente. Nurses growing more dissatisfied with EHR systems October 28, 2014 Electronic health records are a source of frustration for many nurses, according to new research. Ebola update: Nursing union reveals scant preparation by hospitals October 20, 2014 Nursing advocates are calling for more information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, after two nurses have been diagnosed with the virus. New study will judge nursing practices and patient outcomes under the ACA October 20, 2014 A researcher at the University of Pennsylvania will examine evolving nursing practices under the Affordable Care Act.