‘They See Us as the Enemy’: Schools Nurses Face Pandemic Rage

Sadye Matula

When a junior significant college pupil in western Oregon examined good for the coronavirus final month, Sherry McIntyre, a school nurse, quarantined two dozen of the student’s football teammates. The players experienced used time alongside one another in the locker place unmasked, and, in accordance to neighborhood recommendations, they could […]

Male nurse urging young men to consider the profession

Sadye Matula

Registered Nurse at the St Ann’s Bay Regional Hospital, Kevin Morrison, is routinely mistaken for a health care provider. He informed JIS News that he usually has to suggest sufferers and website visitors to the facility that he is, in truth, a nurse. As a person of eight male nurses […]

History is Repeating the Marginalization of Black Nurses

Sadye Matula

The history of Black nurses in the United States is fraught with rejection and perseverance due to segregation and racism. Still, these nurses have consistently proven care to the Black community from slavery to the current pandemic. During the antebellum history of the United States, enslaved women and men would […]

Nurse unions slam Kaiser’s advanced care at home strategy

Sadye Matula

Nationwide Nurses United and the California Nurses Affiliation launched a joint statement this earlier week criticizing Kaiser Permanente’s aims to increase superior hospital solutions into patients’ houses.   The unions accused the wellness method of trying to maximize revenue and endangering sufferers, alongside with undermining the role of registered nurses […]

Family Nurse Practitioner joins Urgent Care

Sadye Matula

Beth Casstevens North Carolina native Elizabeth (“Beth”) Casstevens, FNP-C, has joined the medical staff of Northern Urgent Treatment, a totally-staffed healthcare facility for clients with non-daily life-threatening illnesses and accidents. As a Spouse and children Nurse Practitioner, Casstevens will diagnose and deal with grown ups and kids for a whole […]