In our latest issue of Nursing Notes, we talked to Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing's Sarah Szanton to learn more about the importance of interprofessional collaboration in patient care. Find out how the CAPABLE program combines the skills of nurses, therapists and handymen to help improve patient lives:
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KentuckyOne Health Saint Joseph Martin was among 337 hospitals across the country, and one of only two facilities in Kentucky, to receive a five-star designation from the Hospital Compare website, par..
Louisville Heart Ball: KentuckyOne Health is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the Louisville Heart Ball! Eric Conley, chair of this year's Heart Ball, appeared on WAVE 3 News, where he talked about..
In our most recent Nursing Notes Live episode, we had the chance to sit down with nurse Vivian Low, who has used her front-line nursing knowledge to bring innovative, engaging initiatives to the patie..
From leading nursing organizations to starting new cardiac surgery programs at hospitals, perioperative nurse Trish Seifert has used her nursing skills to transform patient care in innovative ways. Le..
A belief of the Capstone College of Nursing's BAMA-Latino program is that diversity in nursing leads to improved patient outcomes and health equity. In this Nursing Notes article, Dr. Norma Cueller sh..