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Bill would further protect nurses

Existing New Jersey law outlines the assault of an individual holding certain occupations, while in the performance of his or her official duties, as aggravated assault.

Examples of these occupations are law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians. However, an assault against a nurse or health care worker employed by a licensed healthcare facility while in the performance of his or her duties only constitutes simple assault. This presents a puzzling disparity; especially since nurses and other healthcare professionals are in a number of high intensity situations every day.

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NJAPHNA Awards New Jersey Public Health Nurses

The New Jersey Association of Public Health Nurse Administrators recently honored its Public Health Nurse Administrator of the Year and Public Health Nurse of the Year. Nurses are selected based on their expertise in the clinical nursing practice of public health and are visionaries, leaders, teachers and role models. Nominees must be a N.J. licensed RN, a member in good standing and work in the field of public health nursing.

On Dec. 15 at the Nassau Club in Prince-ton, N.J., NJAPHNA President Marianne McEvoy, RN, BSN, MPA, announced the winners to the membership at-large.

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Atlantic Health - Career Events for Experienced RNs

3/11/2010
10:00am to 1:00pm and 2:00pm to 6:00pm
PER DIEM RN Open Interview Day for Experienced RNs - March
Positions available in ED, Ortho, OR and other specialties. Please RSVP to Claudia Cotarelo () by March 5th, 2010
Overlook Hospital - Wallace Auditorium
99 Beauvoir Avenue
Summit, NJ

3/19/2010
9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 5:00pm
PER DIEM RN Open Interview Day for Experienced RNs - March
Positions available in ED, Ortho, OR and other specialties. Please RSVP to Claudia Cotarelo () by March 12th, 2010
Morristown Memorial Hospital - Auditorium A
100 Madison Ave.
Morristown, NJ

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Atlantic Health is on the forefront of hospital care and medical technology, and is a recognized leader in quality health care for New Jersey and nationwide.

Renowned for its breadth of expert cardiac services, Morristown Memorial Hospital performs the second most heart surgeries in the New York metropolitan area. Overlook Hospital, the regional leader in comprehensive stroke care and neurosciences, was the first hospital in the Northeast to offer CyberKnife treatment, a leading technology for precision radiation in the treatment of prostate cancer, brain tumors, spine, lung, liver and pancreatic cancers.

In all our specialties, such as pediatrics, orthopedics, cancer care, rehabilitation medicine, women’s health, cardiovascular care and neuroscience, Atlantic Health physicians are leaders in their fields, always searching for the most effective diagnosis and treatment options for each patient.

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Become a licensed practical nurse at Lincoln Tech

The United States is on the verge of a serious shortage of registered nurses (R.N.) and licensed practical nurses (L.P.N.). The consequences of this are considerable, as it affects patients, healthcare facilities, and the entire society.

The expanding role of nursing in caring for an aging population — combined with an aging nursing workforce — presents us with the makings of a perfect storm. As the elderly population lives longer and nurses retire, who will care for the sick and elderly? This creates a critically important juncture for the nursing profession.

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Readington nurse selected ‘National Nurse of the Year’

READINGTON TWP. –Township resident, Mary Vecchio, a cancer outreach nurse practitioner at Hunterdon Regional Cancer Center, is Nursing Spectrum Magazine’s “National Nurse of the Year for Community Service.” She was selected from hundreds of nominations across the country.

Vecchio always wanted to be a nurse. “As a little girl, I was even a nurse for Halloween with a white dress and cap and a navy blue cape,” she said.

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First in Nation Survey of Nurses Reveals New Jersey’s ‘Best Physicians’

In what is believed to be the first such comprehensive survey in the nation, nurses in New Jersey have selected who they think are the best physicians in their state. The results of the survey appear in New Jersey Monthly magazine which hit newsstands today. Called “Nurses’ Choice,” the initiative is the result of a unique collaboration between the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute and the Monmouth University Polling Institute with the cooperation of the Institute for Nursing, the Foundation of the New Jersey State Nurses Association.

“For years, organizations and magazines have been compiling lists of the so-called ‘top doctors’ or physicians practicing in New Jersey,” said David L. Knowlton, President and CEO of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute.  “These lists are always put together by asking physicians who they think are best among their peers. But this year in New Jersey, for the very first time, nurses were asked to offer their views of who the best practicing physicians are in the state.”

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Bayonne nurse honored as Hospice LPN of Year

Patricia Pipher, of Bayonne, has been named Hospice LPN of the Year by the New Jersey Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.

An assistant director of performance improvement with Saint Barnabas Hospital’s Hospice and Palliative Care Center, Pipher was recognized by her peers during a ceremony in Eatontown on Nov. 12. It was NJHPCO’s 30th anniversary celebration.

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Nursing profession focus of Camden County Historical Society exhibit

The study of nursing has been prominent in Camden County since the opening of Cooper and West Jersey’s Schools of Nursing back in the 1890s.

The Camden County Historical Society in Camden is celebrating that history with its newest exhibit, “Medicine and Mercy: A Tradition of Nursing in Camden,” with vintage photographs, nursing memorabilia and artifacts collected over the years.

“We have everything from uniforms from the ’40s and ’50s, to the heavy woolen capes they wore,” said Sandy Levins, director of programs and publicity at the Camden County Historical Society.

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Bottom Lines: Reform likely to heighten demand for nurse practitioners

Health care reform of some sort is likely to become law and add millions - probably tens of millions - of patients in the nation when there is already a shortage of general practitioners among doctors.

Some of that extra care will be provided by a health care professional familiar to few people: the nurse practitioner.

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Gould honored for work with minority nurse candidates

Wallena Gould, a certified registered nurse anesthetist at South Jersey Healthcare System in Vineland, was honored Monday by Los Angeles-based Cherokee Uniforms with one of its six annual awards for health-care professionals nationwide.

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