After a month of being on the forefront of the largest outbreaks in the country, Rachell Dumas tested positive for COVID-19. Alone in New York, she quarantined in a hotel room, with only her colleagues to help her.
Human trafficking has been called "modern slavery" and it affects black women especially. Why is this? What can nurses in particular do to address the situation? We find out in this summary of a Chamberlain University webinar entitled, "Up For Sale: Combating Human Trafficking".
As you are researching RN to BSN options offered by various education institutions, read this blog to learn how to find the best RN to BSN Program tuition rate.
Places where residents don’t have access to affordable, healthy foods—also known as food deserts—are a growing problem affecting millions of Americans. But in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, 34 percent of residents live in one, making it a full-blown health crisis.
Chamberlain University, Atlanta graduate, Rachell Dumas-BSN, has worked on the frontlines of nursing during the COVID-19 crisis. Uniquely, Dumas, a traveling ICU nurse, was called to serve in one of the largest outbreaks in the United States during the height of the pandemic - New York City.
The terms “diversity” and “inclusion” are used so often they have become buzzwords and we might not consider how diversity and inclusion are two very different things. Healthcare organizations need to address diversity and inclusion in order to improve health equity for all.
Christopher “Chris” Rodriguez hates attention.
Job interviews can be intimidating but being well prepared can make a huge difference. Check out these helpful tips before your first FNP job interview.
You may have already heard the term telemedicine, or even participated in it. The approach is expected to become a regular part of the practice of doctors and nurses. But what is it exactly? How does it differ from “telehealth”?