Aged care royal commission benefits Generation X: it's too late for the silent generation The Conversation AU
By the time the aged care royal commission's recommendations lead to improvements in our nursing homes, four cohorts of residents will have died. Here's why.
Does knowing nursing's maternal benefits affect the decision to breastfeed? Contemporary Pediatrics
A survey of more than 700 women who had given birth to at least 1 child found that about one-third of women who were aware that breastfeeding reduces the ...
Challenging gender stereotypes benefits everyone - Guest columns McKnight's Long Term Care News
Many institutions, including those in healthcare, restrict the agency of women as they tend to occupy roles with less power and tend to be more harshly judged ...
Nurses Are Calling Out for Job Protections and Marching in the Women's March TeenVogue.com
In this op-ed, Bonnie Castillo, RN, who serves as executive director of the largest U.S. union of registered nurses, National Nurses United, explains why she and ...
Nurses, caregivers ratify contract with MidHudson Regional Hospital Mid-Hudson News
POUGHKEEPSIE – Nurses and healthcare workers who are members of 1199SEIU United Healthcare workers have ratified a new contract with MidHudson ...
Morristown Medical Center Receives Fifth Consecutive Magnet Designation TAPinto.net
MORRISTOWN, NJ - Atlantic Health System's Morristown Medical Center today announced it has been redesignated as a Magnet® hospital for the fifth ...
Why Universal Credit is leaving trainee nurses and other students seriously out of pocket Gloucestershire Live
The Royal College of Nursing is now campaigning for nursing students to be taken out of the student loans regime.
'Real eye-opener': York County tackling $83M in unfunded retirement benefits York Dispatch
By the end of 2016, York County had an unfunded employee benefit liability of about $135 million. Just a few years later, that liability has been reduced to about ...
Long-term care benefit bill receives all supportive testimony in hearing Washington State Wire
The House Health & Wellness Committee today heard a line-up of supportive public testimony on House Bill 1087, also known as the Long-Term Care Trust Act.
Universal Credit leaves trainee nurses and other students hundreds of pounds worse off Devon Live
Royal College of Nursing wants nursing students to be taken out of the student loans system and advises them not to choose to move to the new Universal ...
3 Important Reasons Why Same-Sex Couples Should Get Married Forbes
As of June 26, 2015 the Supreme Court decided that same sex couples have the right to get married This article describes the advantages and disadvantages ...
Headlines for Friday, January 18, 2019 kansaspublicradio.org
These are the hews headlines for our area, as compiled by KPR news staffers.
Benefits of PARP Inhibitor Use in Breast Cancer www.oncnursingnews.com/
Jennifer Litton, MD, Breast Medical Oncologist, MD Anderson Cancer Center, describes how PARP inhibitors compare to standard of care in breast cancer ...
10 ways to make a difference in Robertson County this year The Tennessean
Making a difference in the community can be a challenge, but it can also be an exciting and rewarding experience for those who choose to accept the call.
Food stamp benefits available through February; questions remain about March Des Moines Register
About 335,000 low-income Iowans will receive federal food assistance in February, despite the federal government's ongoing shutdown over the budget.