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AORN Announces Legislative Priorities for 2011

The Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, (AORN), with a membership base of 40,000 RNs and representing the interests of 140,000 perioperative Registered Nurses in the U.S., has announced it will target seven states in 2011 to enact RN as Circulator. The perioperative RN, through professional and patient-centered expertise, is the primary patient advocate in the operating room and is responsible for monitoring all aspects of the patient’s condition. The presence of the RN in the circulating role throughout each surgical procedure is essential for timely delivery of quality surgical care and optimal patient outcomes.
The seven targeted states, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia, were identified following an interview-based survey of hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers by the AORN Advocacy leaders. Many of these states indicated a strong desire to assure patient safety through the use of an RN circulator for each patient during each surgery. 

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Greater Medford Visiting Nursing Association sponsors Nov. 4 health hair

Greater Medford Visiting Nursing Association (GMVNA) will sponsor a Fall Health Fair at Medford Senior Center, 101 Riverside Ave., on Thursday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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College nursing students stay involved

PDCCC’s Nursing Program will graduate its fifth class during the College’s upcoming commencement on May 14. Since beginning in August 2004 with the admission of 30 students, the program has added a CNA-to-RN Bridge Program and an LPN-to-RN Bridge Program.

PDCCC’s Nursing Program will graduate its fifth class during the College’s upcoming commencement on May 14. Since beginning in August 2004 with the admission of 30 students, the program has added a CNA-to-RN Bridge Program and an LPN-to-RN Bridge Program.

According to Dr. Candace Rogers, head of the nursing program, these programs were developed to recognize the unique knowledge and healthcare experience the Certified Nurse Aide and the Licensed Practical Nurse bring to the educational setting.Read Full Article

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Hundreds of Nurses to Converge at State House on March 31 for Press Conference and Lobby Day

More than 200 nurses from across the Commonwealth, many of whom are the victims of workplace violence, will converge at the State House for a press conference and lobby day, where they will push for passage of a package of bills designed to address what has become a growing crisis in the health care sector. One of those bills, HB1696/SB1753, which will stiffen the penalties of those who assault nurses, is scheduled to be voted on by the House of Representatives the same day. The event is being hosted by the Massachusetts Nurses Association, which will hold a press conference on March 31, 2010 beginning at 11:30 a.m. and will feature remarks from nurses assaulted on the job.

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Virtual nurse technology on path to commercial use

Northeastern University, the Boston Medical Center and Massachusetts Institute of Technology have entered into a licensing agreement with Engineered Care, a San Francisco-area healthcare software company, to pursue commercialization of virtual nursing software developed by Northeastern computer science professor Timothy Bickmore.

The software features a computer-animated nurse, “Louise,” who talks patients though the hospital discharge process and assesses their understanding of medical instructions.

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Nurses, supporters picket outside Morton Hospital

Organized labor was out en masse Wednesday afternoon as more than 100 nurses and their supporters picketed on the sidewalks outside Morton Hospital.

Blowing noisemakers, shouting from bullhorns and wearing signs with slogans like “Be fair to those who care” and “Protect our patients,” the energized group drew support from passers-by while clogging traffic at the intersection of North Pleasant and Washington streets.

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Caregivers sign petition to support nurses

With negotiations between Morton Hospital and the local nurses union still at an impasse, the union’s contract expired Monday and has not been extended.

“We are still working under the same basic conditions of the contract at this time, but the contract itself has actually expired,” said Joyce Wilkins, chairwoman of the local bargaining unit.

Wilkins said 340 health professionals at the hospital have signed a petition in support of the union’s position, and that the letter was delivered to hospital management Wednesday afternoon. The nurses intend to picket outside of Morton Hospital next Wednesday.

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Baystate Medical Center Retains Magnet Designation

For the second time, Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass., was designated a Magnet hospital for excellence in nursing services. The recognition means the hospital has been Magnet-certified since 2005. Baystate is one of only seven such hospitals in Massachusetts, and 18 in New England. Nationally, only 2% of hospitals have received consecutive designations like Baystate.

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Visiting Nurse and Community Health Dubbed HomeCare Elite

Visiting Nurse and Community Health Inc., based in Arlington, Mass., was named to the 2009 HomeCare Elite, a compilation of the top-performing home health agencies in the U.S. This annual review identifies the top 25% of agencies and further highlights the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall.

Winners are ranked by an analysis of performance measures in quality outcomes, quality improvement and financial performance. VNCH has been recognized as a HomeCare Elite agency in 2006, 2007 and 2008.

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Saint Anne’s offers nursing, health care scholarships

Saint Anne’s Hospital’s Multicultural Health Committee has announced the availability of several scholarships for area residents enrolled in health care or nursing programs.

Multicultural Health Committee Health Career Scholarships

In an effort to reduce barriers and improve access to education to a culturally diverse community, Saint Anne’s Hospital’s Multicultural Health Committee (MHC) is offering five, $500 scholarships to local students pursuing a health care career and one $1,000 scholarship for a student pursuing a career in nursing.

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