Social Media for Nursing

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  1. 005 Nursing: A Serendipitous Adventure

    Sometimes life seems mundane. Our professional lives, as nurses, are no different. It can be difficult no go day in and day out doing what seems to be the same old, same old. This week’s One Love for Nurses Podcast challenges us to see our nursing careers and daily nursing tasks as “serendipitous adventures.” Christian nurses and others will be encouraged that we can expect to see God at work daily, even in the seemingly mundane nursing tasks.

    http://onelovefornurses.com/005/

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  2. Proposed Medicaid Cuts Likely To Put Pressure On Nursing Homes : NPR

    Two thirds of nursing home residents are paid for by Medicaid. Proposed cuts could put pressure on nursing homes and the older adults they serve.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/06/28/534764940/proposed-medicaid-cuts-likely-to-put-pressure-on-nursing-homes

    —Huffduffed by abrin

  3. AARP Sues To Stop Illegal Evictions From Nursing Homes : Shots - Health News : NPR

    Gloria and Bill Single lived together in a nursing home until she was evicted without warning. Complaints about illegal evictions from nursing homes are up 73 percent in California since 2011.

    https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/11/13/563710785/aarp-foundation-sues-nursing-home-to-stop-illegal-evictions

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  4. Nurse Panel and the IoM Report on the Future of Nursing

    From http://insightsinnursing.com/2010/12/no-adns-by-2020/

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    Tagged with iom nursing

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  5. Hospitals Fail To Protect Nursing Staff From Becoming Patients : NPR

    Nursing employees suffer 35,000 back and other injuries nearly every year. But many career-ending injuries could be prevented if hospitals brought in new technology and taught "safe patient handling."

    http://www.npr.org/2015/02/04/382639199/hospitals-fail-to-protect-nursing-staff-from-becoming-patients

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  6. 17: Social Media Owned Me — alicja colon

    This is vulnerable episode on how social media sunk it’s teeth into me. I share how I got entrenched in social media, hurtful thought patterns that entangled me, and what happened during a recent short social sabbatical.

    http://www.alicjacolon.com/manual-focus/2016/5/30/17-social-media-owned-me

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  7. Under Trump Rule, Nursing Home Residents May Not Be Able To Sue After Abuse : NPR

    The Trump administration is proposing to replace an Obama-era rule that would have made it easier for nursing home residents to sue for negligence or abuse.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/08/21/544973339/trump-rule-could-make-it-harder-for-nursing-home-residents-to-sue-for-abuse

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  8. Finding Rest When Social Media Never Sleeps - Haley Veritus

    Haley Veturis is the Social Media Manager for Saddleback Church. A California-native, she is passionate about helping leaders embrace social media as a core communication platform. Haley Co-Founded The OC Social Media Summit, Social Ecclesia Conference and was named one of Christianity Today’s Top 33 Under 33. Her passions outside of ministry and social media include: CrossFit, gourmet coffee and college football.

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  9. Episode 30: Social media must die! — our opinions are correct

    Social media has become one of the biggest problems of our time. How does science fiction deal with the rise of social networks—-and how is this different from the way the real-life news media talks about it? And what does the future look like after social media dies?

    Notes, citations, etc.

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    https://www.ouropinionsarecorrect.com/shownotes/2019/4/25/episode-30-social-media-must-die

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  10. Sociability: how accessible is social media? - Life Matters - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    Social media has pretty much taken over the world in the last few years. For lots of us, it’s part of our everyday routine—possibly even an addiction for some—and it’s a brilliant way to connect and share with almost anyone we want to.

    But for many people living with a disability, the world of social media is just out of reach.

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/disability-26-social-media/3908768

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