COVID-19 & The Courage of Nurses

COVID-19 & The Courage of Nurses

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15,000 Nurses Speak Out about COVID-19

In May 2020, the results of a national survey conducted by NurseGrid highlighted the profound impact that COVID-19 has had on nurses.

An incredible 15,000+ responses were Read more

Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 2020

Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 2020

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2020 is the Year of the Nurse

Early this year, when COVID-19 was still just a faint and distant rumbling, the World Health Organization designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Read more

Literature Spotlight: Exploring job satisfaction and workplace engagement in millennial nurses

Literature Spotlight: Exploring job satisfaction and workplace engagement in millennial nurses

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Generational Engagement and the road to
Quality Improvement

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Generation Y, more commonly referred to as Millennials, are those people born between 1980 and 1994. They are currently between 26-40 Read more

Red Light, Green Light: Universal Screening for COVID 19 in Labor and Delivery

Red Light, Green Light: Universal Screening for COVID 19 in Labor and Delivery

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Like so many other aspects of life, COVID-19 has forced medical professionals, and particularly nurses, to develop innovative approaches to our every day care. The NICU is no exception. Recently, we heard from … Read more

The NICU Impact of COVID-19 Visitor Restrictions

The NICU Impact of COVID-19 Visitor Restrictions

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In a recent blog, we discussed how COVID-19 visitor restrictions may be negatively impacting the sensory support of babies in the NICU. But how is it impacting parents? 

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Earlier this month, Read more

Literature Spotlight: The Role of the NICU in Father Involvement, Beliefs and Confidence

Literature Spotlight: The Role of the NICU in Father Involvement, Beliefs and Confidence

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The infant mother dyad is an ever present part of the NICU dialogue, and with good reason as mothers play a crucial role in the health and healing of our fragile patients.  But Read more

Community Connections
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Community Connections

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The Sound of Silence: Language Nutrition in the time of COVID-19

The Sound of Silence: Language Nutrition in the time of COVID-19

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By: Sarah Bakke, Synapse Care Clinical Consultant

NICUs around the world are implementing visitation restriction policies to curb the spread of COVID-19, this means we have access to limited ancillary staff, volunteer services, Read more

Literature Spotlight: Covid-19 and Neonatal Respiratory Care: Current Evidence and Practical Approach
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Literature Spotlight: Covid-19 and Neonatal Respiratory Care: Current Evidence and Practical Approach

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The NCC Neonatal Neuro-Intensive Care Certification – PART 2 – Study Tips for the Exam
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The NCC Neonatal Neuro-Intensive Care Certification – PART 2 – Study Tips for the Exam

I remember when I was studying for the exam to earn the RNC Certification for Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-NIC).  I remember sitting in that little cubicle at the exam center, clicking submit, and waiting with bated breath to find … Read more