Nurses like great resources, but it can be hard to find the time to seek them out. So we have done the leg-work for you and compiled this list of valuable resources for nurses.
BeTobaccoFree.gov Help to quit smoking. This is a great website with resources and tools to help you and your patients stop smoking. This agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ(. is a new website and is totally dedicated to helping people quit smoking.
Harvard Nurses Study The Harvard School of Public Health And Brigham and Women's Hospitals are currently accepting nurses to participate in a growing study that began in 1976. It has 238,000 nurse participants and it making huge strides in important subjects that can change medical practice. The study is web based only.
Health Infographic This great tool is helpful for nurses to educate their patients on the importance of public health. This infographic is provided by the American Public Health Association.
Healthier Hospitals Initiative.
The Healthier Hospitals Initiative is a plan to help hospitals become more environmentally friendly by reducing their waste, using safer chemicals and other products, and increasing recycling
This document covers ten principles to guide registered nurses in providing safe healthy care of patients.
This document helps nurses by offering suggestion on correct posture during lifting to protect you from back injuries.
ANA's Resources on Nurse Fatigue Tired nurses have an increased risk of errors during the course of their shift. This article offers resources for nurses to deal with fatigue.
This conference discussed the importance of nurses caring for themselves first.
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