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Duration - 2:46

Nurses Month May 2020: Week 3 - Professional Development

Karen Innocent, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, CMSRN, Executive Director, Learning and Accreditation, talks about the theme for week 3 of Nurses Month: professional development. In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, professional development is as important as it has ever been, as many nurses are being called on to practice in new units and sometimes, in new roles.

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Duration - 1:29

Nurses Month May 2020: Week 2 - Recognition

Collette Hendler, RN, MS, MA, CIC, Editor-in-Chief, Lippincott Solutions, Point of Care, talks about the theme for week 2 of Nurses Month: recognition. It's important to continue increasing the visibility of the critical work of nurses as leaders, advocates, innovators, and researchers.

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Duration - 2:01

National Student Nurses Day 2020

Anne Dabrow Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, Chief Nurse, Health Learning, Research & Practice, Wolters Kluwer shares this video message to nursing students. At Wolters Kluwer and Lippincott NursingCenter, we celebrate those who have chosen this career path and will soon be our nursing colleagues!

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Duration - 2:26

Nurses Month May 2020: Week 1 - Self Care

Lisa Bonsall, MSN, RN, CRNP, Clinical Editor for Lippincott NursingCenter, talks about the importance of self-care for nurses, especially now. As nurses, we are used to caring for others and often at the bottom of our own to-do lists. It's important to nurse the nurse within and prioritize our own well-being.

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Duration - 1:57

Welcome to Nurses Month 2020

Anne Dabrow Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, Chief Nurse, Health Learning, Research & Practice, Wolters Kluwer kicks off Nurses Month 2020 with this video message to nurses. At Wolters Kluwer and Lippincott NursingCenter, we will be celebrating the theme of Voices to Lead: Nursing the World to Health.

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Duration - 9:15

Integrating Clinical Judgement Skills in Nursing Curriculum and Improving Entry-Level Nursing Practices

The National Council on State Boards of Nursing (NCBSN) defines clinical judgement as the observed outcome of critical thinking and decision making. It is an iterative process where clinical judgement uses nursing knowledge to observe and access presenting situations, identify a prioritized client concern, and generate the best possible evidence-based solution in order to deliver safe client care. 

In this video, Anne Dabrow Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, Chief Nurse of Wolters Kluwer Health Learning, Research & Practice, adjunct faculty for Drexel University, and a critical care nurse practitioner for Penn Medicine, Chester County Hospital, and Desiree Hensel, PhD, RN, PCNS-BC, CNE, Dean of the School of Nursing at Curry College, discuss preparing students to be good decision makers.

Duration - 8:31

Nurse Casey Hobbs 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 Casey Hobbs found her passion for nursing in her early twenties and has been living her “calling” ever since. Over four decades, Casey has served patients in hospitals, home care, and hospice settings, and currently serves as Director of Nursing for The Sequoias, a large residential care community in San Francisco. And while always maintaining the adage, “laughter is the best medicine,” Casey was inspired to create her radio program, “Nurse Talk,” serving as host.

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 - 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 - 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 - 21:22

Evidence-Based Practice Methodology

In Part 2, Wolters Kluwer Chief Nurse Anne Dabrow Woods explores the Joanna Briggs Institute Evidence model, how to formulate an effective question using the PICOT model, and what it means to put evidence into practice.

Duration - 6:56

Achieving your BSN

If you are a registered nurse with a diploma or Associate’s Degree, the thought of returning to school can be daunting and overwhelming. You may question if it’s really necessary or worthwhile to get a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. You may be waiting until you have more time or more money before researching your options. Learn why now is the time to return to school, and gain advice on overcoming barriers that are in your way.

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