Articles for Tag: "nurses"

Elgin nurses, injured turkey team up to care for orphaned ducklings 
Elgin nurses, injured turkey team up to care for orphaned ducklings
After their mother was killed by a hawk, duck eggs that were saved by nurses and adopted by a turkey have hatched.
Empowering women to learn CPR in Africa 
Empowering women to learn CPR in Africa
Dr. Parag Patel helps to teach a group of women in Kenya to be adequate in chest compressions and feel confident to help save lives.
Does hand washing have a downside? 
Does hand washing have a downside?
As health care workers reduce the spread of infection, they are more susceptible to dermatitis.
Sunshine good medicine for nurses, study says 
Sunshine good medicine for nurses, study says
Nurses who get plenty of exposure to daylight are happier, communicate better and serve their patients more effectively.
DAISY Award celebrates a special nurse 
DAISY Award celebrates a special nurse
Advocate Sherman Hospital Surgical Care Nurse Mary Kelly Receives DAISY Award for nursing excellence.
Nurses on the front lines of care and health policy  Featured
Nurses on the front lines of care and health policy
At one of Illinois’ largest health systems, nurses get an opportunity to play a much bigger role in impacting health care policy.