[ Music ]>>We are ready and prepared to take care of any patient, no matter what their age. Whether they have a medical issue or a trauma issue. As you know, we’re a level I … Continue reading Emergency Department Expansion 2019 – Penn State Health
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[ Music ] [Narrator:] The Public Health Service, its people and programs affect the lives of millions of Americans every day. Whether it’s a matter of medical research, pure food and drugs, contagious diseases, or … Continue reading Plagues and Politics (United States Public Health Service, 1998)
Case Study: Enteral Nutrition by Nancy Braudis. A three month old baby with a complete atrial ventricular canal is admitted with symptoms of congestive heart failure. Mom reports that he’s breathing fast and not feeding … Continue reading “Case Study: Enteral Nutrition” by Nancy Braudis for OPENPediatrics
[MUSIC] Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare team. The nurse that is starting off in the 21st century needs to be someone who is willing to work in a environment where there is a … Continue reading The Life of a Surgical Nurse at Johns Hopkins Medicine
I ended up being one of the first people in the state of Virginia to to be a psych NP, you know with the certification, so then I came back to Shenandoah and I said … Continue reading Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program
Enteral Nutrition, by Nancy Braudis. My name is Nancy Braudis, and I am a clinical nurse specialist in the Cardiac ICU at Children’s Hospital Boston. The topic today is enteral nutrition in infants and children … Continue reading “Enteral Nutrition” by Nancy Braudis, RN for OPENPediatrics
Great, so I’m here with Dr. Tejal Gandhi. We just finished a great WIHI, The Digital Transformation: How Technology is Helping and Hurting Healthcare with you and both Bob Wachter as our experts. So thank … Continue reading How Technology Is Helping (and Hurting) Health Care