Dear Nurses

Saturday, May 07, 2016

PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS AND TREATMENT


Dear nurses,

Hope you had a good week. Just wanted to share more
helpful topics on our websites. Enjoy learning more
about psychiatric disorders and their treatments:
- OCD
- depression, suicide ideation,
- types of schizophrenia
So, just click on the link:
 What is it? ( Dearnurses.net)
( Chapters 11-13 )
and enjoy learning.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

WHEN THE BRAIN IS INJURED, WHAT WOULD THE NURSE EXPECT TO FIND?

Dear nurses,

Hope your week is going well.
I just wanted to share with you
information which might be helpful
when doing an assessment on a
patient with a brain injury. A video
on ICP monitoring is also included.
So, click on the link:
ICP monitoring
and enjoy learning.
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Sunday, January 24, 2016

SPINAL CORD INJURY

Dear nurses,

 I hope you had a wonderful holiday.
 Now that a new year is here, I would
 like to continue to share posts that may
 be helpful to your clinical learning.
 Here are  some of the topics that are
 included in this chapter :
- the Braden scale / pressure ulcers
- spinal cord injury
- hip fracture
- management of the patient with hip fracture
  and more. So, just click on the link:
 What is it ? (Chapter 4 )
and enjoy learning.


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

FROM HOLIDAY CHEER TO HOLIDAY HORRORS

Dear nurses,

As the year comes to a close, I just want to wish
you the best for the coming holidays like Thanksgiving,
Christmas and the New Year. My video offers helpful ways
 to avoid problems in the clinical setting.
Topics include:
- holiday celebration
- what happens after the party
- poor performance
- salmonella poisoning
- using bad judgement
- no consent signed
So just click on the link and enjoy learning.
Sessions 61- Holiday horrors
Happy holidays to all


Friday, October 16, 2015

CARE PLANNING AND PATIENT TEACHING

Dear nurses,

Hope you had a  good week.I have added a
new video with topics that can be very helpful.
They include :
- patient admission / anxiety
- care planning of the post operative patient
  ( pneumonia, DVT, skin breakdown)
- the organ transplant patient
- diabetic teaching
- Maslow"s hierarchy of needs in the clinical setting.
So, just click on the link:
Sessions 60- Care planning and Patient teaching
 and enjoy learning!





For helpful information on Care planning and
patient / family education, please visit:
The Clinical Setting Step by Step( Chapter 16)

Sunday, September 13, 2015

THE PITUITARY GLAND

Dear nurses,

Hope you had a good weekend. I just wanted to
share more helpful information on the endocrine
glands and hormones. For example, the pituitary
gland is described as the master gland of the body.
Learn more about this topic by clicking on the link:
WHAT IS IT? (Chapter 10)
Enjoy learning!

Sunday, August 09, 2015

AVOIDING POST OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS

Dear nurses,

Hope you had a good weekend. Post operative
complications may delay healing after surgery.
I would like to share with you, information that
 may be very helpful when caring for the post
surgical patient.Learn more by clicking on
the link:
The Clinical Setting Step by Step (Ch.3)