Most Recent Articles by Kimberly Marselas
Questions about the economy, Medicare funding and other reimbursement issues bring more risk to lending and investing in long-term care in 2017
As the feds lurch toward value-based purchasing, having electronic records that integrate well is becoming more important than ever to maintain viability.
A strong sense of self-efficacy can help nurses cope with disrespectful workplace behaviors that otherwise threaten their health and well-being, a study of Canadian workers finds.
Health at work is largely shaped by the relationships and social groups formed there, according to a meta-analysis of more than 19,000 people published in Personality and Social Psychology Review.
The Braden Scale may not be a valid tool for predicting pressure wounds when used in long-term care settings, according to Chinese researchers who conducted a meta-analysis.