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Duration - 8:58

Incivility In Nursing

Incivility in nursing, also known as horizontal violence or nurse bullying, is a real problem. Chief Nurse, Dr. Anne Woods, and Senior Clinical Editor, Lisa Bonsall, discuss this issue and strategies to address it.

Duration - 4:35

Recognize Sepsis Early

Sepsis is a life-threatening medical emergency and the Lippincott NursingCenter.com team has created this insightful sepsis Mnemonic video to help you improve sepsis outcomes.

Duration - 7:14

Preventing Sepsis

Nurses are key in sepsis early recognition, management and education because we are with the patient 24 hours a day. Having access to the latest evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and using them for clinical decision support is crucial to improving patient outcomes.

Duration - 6:12

The Opioid Crisis

As nurses, we must recognize we are integral to assessing and managing pain appropriately, be able to identify patients who need addiction therapy and help them gain access to those resources, and we must be a voice for responsible prescribing.

Duration - 3:39

Culture of Caring in Nursing

The culture of caring is changing to improve the patient experience. As nurses, we need to be knowledgeable, on top of constant changes, and confident and competent to deliver the highest quality care.

Duration - 13:22

Learning from the Past in Nursing

From Florence Nightingale's use of the principles of epidemiology to how certain practices have become outdated based on the evidence, learn why lifelong learning is so important in healthcare. Ongoing education and advanced degrees allow nurses to influence policies and protocols, making decisions to change practice and improve health.

Duration - 10:18

Reducing Care Variability and the Use of Evidence in Practice

This video focuses on two macrotrends in nursing: (1) decreasing care variability to improve patient outcomes; and (2) how technology is changing how we access and use evidence in our practice.

Duration - 8:41

Nurse Meggin Tallman in Care Without Judgement

Wolters Kluwer presents, “Care Without Judgement," a video series featuring three extraordinary nurses, each at different stages in life and career, yet all duty-bound to a shared calling and deep commitment to helping their patients.

In this episode, watch how Meggin Tallman, a pediatric intensive care nurse at Children’s of Alabama, and for the last three years, a pediatric ICU nurse volunteer with Mercy Ships International, a charity that operates the largest non-governmental hospital ship in the world, delivers medical care to patients with critical needs, while earning her Family Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of North Alabama