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Recent Blog Posts
How to Improve Your Nurse Staffing in 5 Minutes
Nurse staffing continues to be a hot topic in healthcare today. Academic reports and news stories continue to report the nursing shortage, significant numbers of nurses leaving or considering leaving the profession, and challenges in the educational pipeline for...
Global Nursing Needs Underestimated for Decades Due to Budget Flaw
In my previous blog post titled “Flawed Nursing Budget Process Increases Understaffing Risk,” I shed light on the issue of a flawed non-productive FTE budget calculation and its impact on staffing capacity in nursing. However, my research and recent discoveries...
Nurse-to-Patient Ratios: An Incomplete Solution to Nurse Understaffing
Implementing nurse-to-patient ratios has recently gained renewed interest due to concerns about nurse understaffing, burnout, patient safety, and quality of care. Research has shown that patient outcomes can suffer when too many patients are assigned to a single...
Patient-Centric Language for Nursing Budgets
Nursing FTE budgets are crucial in managing nursing resources in healthcare organizations. The concept of the FTE, or full-time equivalent, is used to determine the number of nursing hours required to provide the desired level of patient care for a given (usually...
Nursing Strategies For Success Podcast: Empowering Nurse Leaders with Financial Intelligence
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Damion Jenkins of The Nurse Speak podcast. Damion is a nurse educator and consultant passionate about getting more nurses into the workforce and keeping them there by helping them develop strategies for success. He offers a...
Healing Politics: Campaign School for Nurses & Midwives – May 2023
Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system, providing vital care to patients and communities daily. But did you know that nurses also have the skills and experience necessary to impact the political arena positively? Running for political office is an...
RNegade.pro Podcast: Dude, It’s Simple Math
How would you like to earn a CE by listening to a podcast about the nursing shortage, understaffing, burnout, and some solutions and strategies for fixing these problems? As a bonus, you will learn some interesting details about the nursing shortage, how nursing...
Unlocking Potential: How Nurses Can Break In, Upskill, and Harness the Power of Data Analytics
Are you a nurse interested in a career in nursing informatics but need help figuring out where to start to get the skills and experience? Read on for advice, information, and tips on how to get started on a nursing informatics career in data analytics from our first...