Big Actions Across World Highlight Global Day of Action by Nurses, Healthcare Workers in 13 Countries United in Call for End to Austerity, Healthcare Cuts, and a Robin Hood Tax Major nurse and healthcare union organizations marched, rallied, and held other actions in 13 countries […]
2014 is just around the corner, and the Affordable Care Act is about to come out in FULL FORCE. Kaiser really breaks it down with this video: ObamaCare 101. Who gets what and how?
California Nurses know that higher RN to patient ratios make a difference for their patients and for their practice. These nurses encourage RNs across the country to fight for ratios in their state, and support efforts to pass national ratio legislation. www.calnurses.org www.nationalnursesunited.org
Photographer Carolyn Jones spent two years profiling changes in the health care system. Her new book, “The American Nurse,” highlights how the profession of nursing is evolving. Jones and Rhonda Collins of Fresenius Kabi USA join Hari Sreenivasan for a closer look at nurses’ roles […]
Check out this fun, new MOVIE TRAILER about National Nurse Magazine “going viral” after launching their all-new interactive, more shareable, DIGITAL EDITION. After you watch the trailer, go check out the magazine – brought to you by National Nurses United.
Medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy, even for those with insurance. How can we fix a system that tends to overcharge and what recourse do patients have? Originally aired on March 6, 2013 on HuffPost Live Hosted by: Marc Lamont Hill
Sylvia’s children are making decisions without consulting her, and she’s asked Mary Maxwell to help. Mary’s very matter-of-fact speech to the children serves as an excellent (and humorous) example of how to put your foot down.
Mary Maxwell is known for her honest and humorous take on aging. Now, she is answering questions sent in by seniors with the same deadpan sense of humor.
We found this recently on Dr. Frank Lipman’s health & wellness web site. Every doctor makes mistakes. But, says physician Brian Goldman, medicine’s culture of denial (and shame) keeps doctors from ever talking about those mistakes, or using them to learn and improve. Telling stories […]