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  NMIE eNews -- March

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2010—the year of the nurse
Established to actively involve the world's nurses in a celebration of commitment to bringing health to their communities, locally and worldwide, the 2010 International Year of the Nurse marks the centennial year of founder of modern nursing Florence Nightingale's death.

"Health, United States, 2009"
The latest report on healthcare in the United States prepared by the CDC shows an increase in the use of medical technology.

Report: Strategies to curb hypertension
According to a new Institute of Medicine report, public health policies should support healthier eating, reduced sodium consumption, and increased physical activity to curb the high rate of hypertension in the United States. More

Speedy delivery! Getting treatments to patients
The Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health are joining forces to study better ways to develop and evaluate new medical therapies and speed them to patients.

March is National Nutrition Month
National Nutrition Month is a nutrition education and information campaign created by the American Dietetic Association to focus attention on the importance of teaching patients to make informed food choices and develop sound eating and physical activity habits.


  • Using PICO and the brief report to answer clinical questions
    By Mary Y. Elkins, MPH, RN, CIC
    As a busy nurse, you need practical information about how to apply evidence-based practice to your daily routine. Click here to find out how you can use the acronym PICO and a brief report to quickly asses current best practices, share information with colleagues, and improve patient outcomes.




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