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  THIS JUST IN May 2010  
Helping patients at discharge and beyond

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality offers the new guide Taking Care of Myself: A Guide for When I Leave the Hospital for use by hospital staff and patients during the discharge process to help patients care for themselves after returning home.

What did we learn from H1N1?

Government agencies and others are examining their response to the virus and looking at how to handle future public health challenges.

National recommendations to combat childhood obesity

The White House Task Force on Childhood Obesity has released its action plan for combating the condition, with a focus on empowering parents and caregivers; providing healthy food in schools; improving access to healthy, affordable foods; and increasing physical activity.

Nursing made Incredibly Easy! awarded best issue honor

The May/June 2009 issue has won the 2010 Silver Award for Best Single Issue presented by the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors. Check out the issue online and see what everybody’s talking about!

Earn CE credit by reading these peer-reviewed, continuing education articles from Nursing made Incredibly Easy! and taking the tests.

Care of the post-op shoulder arthroplasty patient
Suzanne M. Bonner, BSN, RN, CMSRN

Degenerative disorders: ALS and MS
Margaret J. McCormick, MS, RN

Bonus Content
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Fostering therapeutic nurse-patient relationships
Richard L. Pullen Jr., EdD, RN, and Tabatha Mathias, MSN, RN

Help your patients kick the habit with NRT
Sally Jo Borrello, MSN, RN, CTTS

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