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The future of nursing: A 10,000-foot view

Nursing and healthcare in the United States are at a crossroads. A broad view of the issues at hand are required in order to address the future of the nursing profession, the American healthcare system and an aging population. Questions regarding the potential existence...

source: By Keith Carlson
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Historically, healthcare has been adept at achieving highly focused and specialized solutions. Focus and specialization literally permeated the culture and structure of healthcare for many years. However, some critics consider the segmented...

source: By Karen R. Thomas

Hospitals and healthcare facilities don't give nurses enough recognition, support or appreciation - and the effects are far-reaching, according to an opinion piece in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The lack of appreciation, combined with stress and burnout from an emotionally...

source: Fierce Healthcare

Nursing and healthcare in the United States are at a crossroads. A broad view of the issues at hand are required in order to address the future of the nursing profession, the American healthcare system and an aging population. Questions regarding the potential existence...

source: By Keith Carlson

Dr. Robert Barsley has been appointed to the crime scene/death investigation scientific area committee by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Barsley is a professor and director of oral health resources and community and hospital dentistry at the LSU Health...

source: The Associated Press via KNOE-TV

Police say many domestic violence cases go unreported — and therefore unprosecuted — for one simple reason: Victims are scared to speak out. But they hope a program at University of Louisville Hospital will change the prosecution rate, helping document victim's...

source: The Courier-Journal

Twenty years ago this week, in 1994, then-President Bill Clinton signed a crime bill. It was, in effect, a long-term experiment in various ways to fight crime. The measure paid to put more cops on the beat, trained police and lawyers...

source: NPR

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