Gerontological expert nurse has ‘moral distress’ as personal and professional lives intersect
Experience of older family member in long-term care causes sadness, anger
Application of the nursing process in a complex health care environment
As patient acuity increases in acute care settings, so does the need for vigilant monitoring. Embedding the nursing process in practice provides an important tool to assist nurses working with complex patients.
Infection prevention and control quiz
Seasonal influenza infects millions of Canadians every year. It is highly contagious and can spread rapidly from person to person. Approximately 12,000 hospitalizations and, on average, 3,500 deaths occur in Canada
Why more must be done in schools and workplaces to amplify the ‘nursing voice’
The case for preparing nurses to speak with professional certainty
Nursing burnout: We are not doing enough
It’s estimated that between 25% and 65% of nurses will experience burnout at some point in their career. Is enough being done to support nurses and keep them in the profession?
I’ve been with many patients as they die; here’s why non-verbal communication is so important
Gaze into their eyes, hold their hands to comfort them in ‘final connections’
Magic mushrooms and the future of mental health care
Research is revealing the potential therapeutic value of psychedelics
Reconsidering nursing’s history during Canada 150
In this article, the authors offer three examples of how historical knowledge has produced new understandings of the profession’s history