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Children’s National Medical Center is Hiring Experienced RNs

At Children’s, we know what it takes to truly connect with kids. Our nurses specialize in pediatric nursing, ensuring that all patients, inpatients at the hospital as well as visitors to either the hospital or one of the many Children’s Health Centers have a skilled expert to look after them.

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Nurses Play it Safe in Tough Job Market

Nurses in Virginia are staying put in their jobs during the current economic downturn, leaving few opportunities for those unwilling to move into less popular areas of nursing.

That is the assessment of Becky Bowers-Lanier, RN, MPH, EdD, co-director of the Virginia Quality Healthcare Network.

“There are positions out there, but they may not be the positions [nurses] want or at the times they want,” Bowers-Lanier said.

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Children’s National Medical Center - Internship Program

Internship Program
The internship program provides the novice nurse with the knowledge base and skill set needed to transition to competence in clinical nursing practice. While providing the needed skills to meet the organization goals and mission, the program provides nurses with the leadership skills to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team. The program bridges the gap between undergraduate education and “real-life” professional nursing practice, delivering state-of-the art pediatric care.

The program is offered to new graduate nurses from an accredited nursing program with a passion for children. All new graduates, with less than one-year acute care experience, are eligible to participate in the program after obtaining licensure.

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Children’s National Medical Center, DC has applied to the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for the prestigious designation of Magnet.
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High-tech Patient Teaches Nurses Critical Skills

Students from a medical school in the United States are learning emergency medical techniques from advanced simulator patients. Georgetown University has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars buying the latest simulators, which combine mechanical body systems, chemical sensors and cutting-edge computer programming to simulate major body functions. There are about 1,000 such simulators around the world. The use and popularity of these systems has recently increased among nursing students in the United States.

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Local RNs Chosen as AAN Fellows

A group of 11 RNs from the DC/Maryland/Virginia region has been chosen for induction into the 2009 class of Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing.

The local RNs are among a group of 98 nurse leaders who will be inducted at the AAN’s 36th annual Meeting & Conference on Nov. 7 in Atlanta.

“Being selected as an Academy Fellow is an important recognition of one’s contribution to nursing and healthcare,” Pam Mitchell, RN, PhD, FAAN, AAN president, said in a news release.

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July 30th: America’s Nurses, Doctors, Seniors Celebrate Medicare’s 44th Birthday

The former personal physician to President Obama will lead more than one thousand nurses, doctors, seniors, and healthcare advocates July 30th in marking the birthday of Medicare, and toasting the success of a “uniquely American” healthcare solution.  Similar events are occurring at the district offices of senators and representatives across the country.

The healthcare advocates will celebrate in Upper Senate Park, and then fan out across Capitol Hill with birthday cakes to make the point that we already have a unique American solution to our healthcare crisis, Medicare, which should be improved and expanded to all Americans.  That elegant solution—called the “single-payer model"—is succeeding around the world and is being sponsored in Congress by Rep. John Conyers (HR676) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (S703), with a companion amendment to HR3200 offered by Rep. Dennis Kucinich, that would allow experimentation with state-based single-payer systems.

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Patients And Health Care Providers Seek Improved Quality As Report Shows Extensive Errors

The Washington Post reports on efforts by hospitals to tally their avoidable mistakes and describes “hundreds of incidents of death or serious medical harm disclosed in the past year by hospitals in the Washington region, preventable errors that until recently have not required public reporting. Under laws that took effect last year in Virginia and a few years earlier in the District and Maryland, hospitals must report to health regulators many serious injuries that patients suffer in the course of treatment. The laws are different in each jurisdiction. For example, Virginia’s public records identify the hospitals by name, while Maryland’s and the District’s do not. But they all allow the public to glimpse the breadth of mistakes that health experts dub ‘never events’ (because they should never happen): sponges left inside patients after surgery, operations on the wrong limb, medication errors, falls that lead to needless deaths (as well as other events). At least 20 states require hospitals to report every incidence of hospital-acquired infection. Patients, insurers and regulators are beginning to use this information to prod health-care providers to ensure that such events really never happen.”

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Children’s National Medical Center is Hiring Experienced RNs

At Children’s, we know what it takes to truly connect with kids. Our nurses specialize in pediatric nursing, ensuring that all patients, inpatients at the hospital as well as visitors to either the hospital or one of the many Children’s Health Centers have a skilled expert to look after them.

Nurses at Children’s have a legacy of commitment to the health and well- being of children. For more than 100 years they have served the pediatric population and their families across a continuum of care. This longstanding tradition continues today. Nurses at Children’s work closely with other healthcare professionals, bringing skill and compassion to every patient they treat and always putting the needs of children first. Together, Children’s multi-disciplinary healthcare team ensures a patient’s progress every step of the way. 

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Children’s National Medical Center is Hiring Experienced RNs

At Children’s, we know what it takes to truly connect with kids. Our nurses specialize in pediatric nursing, ensuring that all patients, inpatients at the hospital as well as visitors to either the hospital or one of the many Children’s Health Centers have a skilled expert to look after them.

Nurses at Children’s have a legacy of commitment to the health and well- being of children. For more than 100 years they have served the pediatric population and their families across a continuum of care. This longstanding tradition continues today. Nurses at Children’s work closely with other healthcare professionals, bringing skill and compassion to every patient they treat and always putting the needs of children first. Together, Children’s multi-disciplinary healthcare team ensures a patient’s progress every step of the way. 

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