Recommended Reading for Nurses 

Twice each month, our Clinical Editor selects 10 of the most important journal articles from over 70 nursing journals that we publish and compiles them here. In Recommended Reading for Nurses, we offer free access to the hottest topics in nursing and healthcare, as well as other “must-read” content. We invite you to check back often to see the latest free journal articles available through NursingCenter.com, or subscribe to our RSS feed.
 
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Nurse's Choice - Recommended Reading

Five MDROs you need to know
Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!, January/February 2017
Free access will expire on March 13, 2017.


Escape the vape: Health hazards of the latest nicotine craze
Nursing2017, January 2017
Free access will expire on February 27, 2017.


Using bispectral index monitoring to gauge depth of sedation/analgesia
Nursing2017 Critical Care, January 2017
Free access will expire on February 27, 2017.


Alarm Fatigue: Use of an Evidence-Based Alarm Management Strategy
Journal of Nursing Care Quality, January/March 2017
Free access will expire on February 27, 2017.


HAP prevention for non ventilated adults in acute care: Can a structured oral care program reduce infection incidence?
Nursing Management, December 2016
Free access will expire on February 13, 2017.


Integrating Mental Health into Primary Care
AJN, American Journal of Nursing, December 2016
Free access will expire on February 13, 2017.


The Experiences of Registered Nurses Who are Injured by Interpersonal Violence While on Duty in an Emergency Department
Journal of Forensic Nursing, October/December 2016
Free access will expire on February 13, 2017.


The Effect of the Z-Track Technique on Pain and Drug Leakage in Intramuscular Injections
Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice, November/December 2016
Free access will expire on January 30, 2017.


Metastatic non-small cell lung cancer: A case study
The Nurse Practitioner, 16 December 2016
Free access will expire on January 30, 2017.


Developing a Framework to Help Bedside Nurses Bring About Change
AJN, American Journal of Nursing, December 2016
Free access will expire on January 30, 2017.