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January 14, 2011 
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Nursing Forecast for 2011 

By Jennifer Larson, contributor

The nursing profession may be looking forward to better job prospects in 2011, as the economy continues to improve after the recent recession. 
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Nursing Guidelines  
 

Looking for the latest guidelines in evidence-based care? From hand hygiene to avoiding rehospitalizations, NurseZone highlights seven essential best practices for nurses, including quick access to safety checklists, authoritative guidelines and supporting research.
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 Spotlight on Nursing
Nurse Management

By Debra Wood, RN, contributor

Nurse managers lead their units, implementing their facilities visions while balancing patient and staff needs. They are in a challenging position, requiring stellar leadership and communication skills to bring out the best in people and achieve quality outcomes for patients.
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Fitness Goals for Nurses 
 

By Megan M. Krischke, contributor

In the midst of all you are already doing--working nursing shifts, cooking dinner, putting kids to bed, serving on committees and trying to have a social life--it can be a challenge to figure out how to also make space for an exercise routine.
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Devices & Technology
D&T 
 

By Jennifer Larson, contributor

In today's challenging health care environment, home care providers and health plans are turning to technology to solve problems--and to achieve better patient outcomes. New advances in electronic home monitoring systems are making it easier than ever to maintain better connections with patients at home. 
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Nursing Education Patterns 
 

By Jennifer Larson, contributor   

Linda Aiken, Ph.D., FAAN, FRCN, RN, thinks that its time to change the way we think about nursing education for the future.
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Looking Ahead to the Next Issue: 
  • Health Care Reform and Nurse Staffing  
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