Add to MyYahoo RSS

Nursing News

News on Nursing continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.

1 hr ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

14 area doctors split $11M from Medicare

Fourteen doctors in Worcester County, half of them ophthalmologists and many of them billing for expensive drugs, received $11.2 million in Medicare payments during 2012, according to detailed data released this month by the federal government.


Related Topix: Medicare, Health, Medicine, Ophthalmology, Worcester County, MA, Medicaid

Sun Apr 20, 2014

Thetelegraphand Argus

Mission's gift of eggs at the Bradford Royal Infirmary

Young volunteers at the Sant Nirankari Mission in Napier Street, Barkerend , Bradford, celebrated Easter by taking chocolate eggs to children at Bradford Royal Infirmary .


Related Topix: Life, Holidays, Easter, Medicine

The Winnipeg Free Press

Flooding forces evacuation of seniors from care home

Dozens of senior citizens have been evacuated from a personal care home in St. Vital today after the basement flooded.


Related Topix: Medicine

Hampshire Chronicle

Reunion for nurses trained 50 years ago at Royal Hampshire County Hospital

Nine members of the Nurses League met in Winchester for coffee and a slice of cake and a chat with current student nurses to talk about their training in 1964.


Related Topix: Medicine

Psychiatric nurses call for more efficient system

The Psychiatric Nurses Association has said a more efficient system must be put in place by the Health Minister and the Health Service Executive for reporting adverse incidents or deaths within the mental health system.


Related Topix: Medicine, Suicide

Shoppers at Leigh Asda donate Easter eggs for hospice

Community life colleague at Asda Gwen Appleton, hospice nurses Lynn Wilson and Eileen Gilhooley and customer services colleague for Asda Sue Geraghty Customers of the Atherleigh Way supermarket donated 106 eggs to patients, while any leftover eggs will be sold and the money given to the Hindley-based hospice.


Related Topix: Medicine, World News, United Kingdom,

Denver Post

CU system resets health care with $63M personalized medicine division

Lung-cancer patient Ellen Smith, accompanied by Dr. Dara Aisner, reacts upon seeing a dissected portion of her tumor at the Colorado Molecular Correlates Laboratory at the Anschutz Medical Campus earlier this month.


Related Topix: Medicine, Cancer, Health, Lung Cancer, Genetics, Aurora, CO

Sat Apr 19, 2014

The New Zealand Herald

Nurses don wigs to promote better health

Staff at East Tamaki Healthcare general practices have been donning wigs, wings, hula skirts and decorating clinics in a bid to encourage their patients to take more notice of improving their health.


Related Topix: Medicine, Health, Influenza

Isle of Wight County Press

Memories of former hospital flood back

THIRTY former nurses who trained and worked at the Royal Isle of Wight County Hospital, Ryde, in the 1960s met up for a reunion at the Lakeside Hotel, Wootton.


Related Topix: Medicine, Isle of Wight County, VA


Extra Vaccination Push Underway In Ohio As Mumps Outbreak Spreads

Health officials are making an extra push for vaccination against mumps in Columbus, Ohio, in the wake of an outbreak that started at Ohio State University.


Related Topix: Vaccinations, Health, Mumps, Columbus, OH, Ohio State University, Medicine

New Canaan News-Review

'Seaside Soiree' to benefit visiting nurses

Members of Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County's benefit committee include Ann Sheffer of Westport, who is hosting the fundraiser at her home on Stony Point, Judy Higby of Wilton, Janet Lebovitz of New Canaan, Ellen Lewis of Wilton, Aislinn Gavin of Danbury, and Helen-Rendell-Baker of Wilton.


Related Topix: Medicine, Fairfield County, CT, Westport, CT, New Canaan, CT, Danbury, CT

Ilkley Gazette

Managers answer concerns

Airedale Hospital bosses have said premises that are not owned by the hospital need to be "fit for purpose" when they are used for Airedale patient appointments.


Related Topix: Medicine

The Wichita Eagle

Demand increasing for paid caregivers

The 66-year-old Sioux City man never thought he would instead be taking care of Alicia Johnson, 53, who suffers from congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma and diabetes.


Related Topix: Heart Failure, Medicine, Long Term Care

Fri Apr 18, 2014


All Children's Hospital Chief Patient Safety Officer Named to...

The American Academy of Pediatrics has selected Dr. Brigitta Mueller, Chief Patient Safety Officer at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, to serve as a member of the executive committee of the Council on Quality Improvement and Patient Safety .


Related Topix: Baylor College of Medicine, St. Petersburg, FL

The Hartford Courant

Nursing Home Disclosure Bill: Transparency or Intrusion?

At issue is a bill that would require nursing homes to disclose the financial status of any "related party" businesses that contract with the homes - such as associated companies that own the facility properties, or spinoff businesses that provide rehabilitation or management services.


Related Topix: Medicine, Cromwell, CT


Nurses' Experience Key to Better Patient Care, Study Says

Patients may get the best care when treated in hospital units staffed by highly experienced nurses, a new study shows.


Related Topix: Medicine, Columbia University

Daily Camera

Boulder County's 'bunny guru' nurses injured rabbits back to health

It's best if young rabbits stay in the wild because the mother is bonded to her babies and teaching them how to survive.


Related Topix: Boulder County, CO, Medicine, Home Gardening, Home, Lafayette, CO

Burnley Citizen

Burnley and Pendle Citizen: Hospital staff continue to work under pressure, say the union

UNION chiefs remain concerned about staffing levels at East Lancashire's hospitals, despite a recent recruitment drive for consultants and nurses.


Related Topix: Lancashire County, England, United Kingdom, Medicine

'Minor' issues at the nursing home can cause disastrous care transitions, expert warns

What may appear to be minor administrative problems in a nursing home - a fax machine locked away at night or no one designated to copy paperwork - can cause major headaches in care transitions, a geriatrician warned in a webinar Thursday.


Related Topix: Long Term Care, Health, Medicine

Ham and High

Whittington Hospital nurse accused of fabricating 'groundbreaking' research

Staff at the Whittington Hospital were said to be 'surprised' when they first learned of Mr Di Giacomo's research paper.