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ASHE Ventilation e-Learning Course

Apr 28, 2022
Learn why ventilation is critical to the health care environment and what you can do to support infection control.

Schools selected for nursing education innovation funding

Dec 8, 2022
Ten nursing schools will receive funding to accelerate the adoption of competency-based education, the American Association of College of Nursing announced this week.

FAONL Selections Announced

Dec 8, 2022
AONL this week announced the 2023 inductees for its fellow designation program.

Rural Health Services

Oct 23, 2017
Some 57 million rural Americans depend on their hospital as an important source of care as well as a critical component of their area's economic and social fabric. Location, size, workforce, payment and access to capital challenge small or rural hospitals and the communities they serve. Collaborating with state and regional hospital associations and with advice from its member council, the Section tracks the issues, develops policies and identifies solutions to our most pressing problems.

Documentary highlights Black maternal health disparities

Dec 8, 2022
A new documentary, Birthing Justice, focuses on how maternal health disparities disproportionately affect Black women and how Black women are fighting to end such disparities.
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Pressure Points

Aug 30, 2022
High inflation and labor shortages, as well as sicker patients who require complex care, and low reimbursement rates combined with continued fallout from a global pandemic have created an unsustainable financial situation for hospitals and health systems around the country. Many face a devastating pressure point, forced to eliminate services, such as labor and delivery, reduce staff on top of existing unfilled positions, and more.

FDA authorizes updated COVID-19 vaccines for young children

Dec 8, 2022
The Food and Drug Administration today authorized the Moderna and Pfizer bivalent COVID-19 vaccines for emergency use in children as young as 6 months old. Specifically, the agency authorized the Moderna vaccine as a single booster dose for children aged 6 months through 5 at least two months after primary vaccination, and the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 6 months through 4 who have not yet received the third primary series dose.

AHA #HealthCareInnovation blog: The healing power of music during the pandemic

Dec 8, 2022
Formed in 2021, the AdventHealth Orchestra “has been a wonderful experience as well as an effective way to address staff burnout and promote resilience and mental health in the workplace,” writes Vincent Hsu, M.D., an infectious diseases and preventive medicine physician at AdventHealth Orlando, who plays in the orchestra with his wife and other colleagues.

Project Firstline

Dec 18, 2020

AHA releases guide to digital workforce solutions

Dec 8, 2022
A new report from AHA’s Strengthening the Health Care Workforce series offers frameworks and insights to help health care leaders identify and implement digital workforce solutions.