The White House announced the latest Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients. Among the more recognizable names was a New York City nurse who made history.
Several users on Reddit have called the man "sexist" and "rude" for his reaction to his sister whose undressing routine is for health and safety reasons.
"As a doctor drowning in student loan debt and who's worked for years to attain the title, it just feels a little bit offensive," the man posted.
"Really, UPMC Altoona? Really? That's a threat. That's not even a veiled threat—that's an outright threat," a nurse advocate said in a viral TikTok.
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Target recently announced plans to pay upwards of $24 per hour to some hires while an experienced paramedic said they only make $18 per hour.
"Here's a bag of garbage, feel better now?," one commenter wrote, sarcastically.
At a time when so many doctors and nurses are burned out and leaving their professions, it's crucial to listen to them about what they need.
"How are you helping her stand up for herself by walking all over her?" one commenter asked.
In some hospital departments—such as emergency rooms and intensive care units—staff turnover increased from 18 to 30 percent amid rising COVID-19 concerns.
"Messaging that schools are safe—without taking the steps to make them safe—does not keep children safe," the nurses' letter said.
Chicago's school nurses are eager to mitigate virus spread with new COVID resources, but many wonder who but them will conduct ramped-up testing and tracing.
School nurses told Newsweek about the double workload they've had to take on and the pushback they've received from parents.
Of the 4,489 total reporting hospitals, 1,325 anticipate a critical staffing shortage within the week, the Department of Human and Health Services said.
"Your Emergency Departments are at a breaking point," the Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians and the Massachusetts Emergency Nurses Association said.
"I encourage people to speak to experts who can answer their questions, to access trusted science," Lindsay said.
To combat the staffing shortage, New York Governor Kathy Hochul has shortened the self-isolation time for health care workers.
Over the course of the pandemic, 37 percent of Minnesota's COVID ICU nurses have left. Mary Turner is still there. Read her interview with Newsweek.
A traveling nurse on TikTok warned that people may be comfortable with their odds of surviving COVID-19, but the same wouldn't be true if they had a stroke.
Her mom told her: "Don't do it. How are you missing that you do not need to and that it doesn't really work? Wake up with this."
The strike began in March over staffing issues and later became about job security for the striking nurses as the hospital hired replacements.
A nurse claimed patients with brain injuries and broken bones had to wait for surgery as the hospital sees an increase in patients.
Governor Andy Beshear issued an executive order on Thursday, as well as new proposals set to be included in the proposed state budget.
Black nurses are essential for the Black community and necessary to the health care of the country, as evidenced by their sacrifices throughout history.
The nurse was reportedly administering medication to a patient when she was allegedly attacked by another patient, who was identified by authorities as Joseph Wuerz.
"I'm willing to lose my safety, security, my house, everything for freedom," the Kaiser Permanente nurse said.
One expert concluded, "these patients were intentionally injected with air through their radial artery lines by William Davis."
An employment tribunal has heard a litany of strange accusations from a nurse, including "paranormal" activity she suggested triggered "flatulence."
The defendant agreed to pay the woman $4,600 to film two separate videos depicting sadistic abuse including one on a child, according to court documents.
Nursing schools across the U.S. have reported high enrollment as students see the vacancies left by nurses burned out by the pandemic as a career opportunity.