Welcome to Episode 165 of the Nursing Show

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Safety Checklist Use Drop Hospital Deaths by 10%

Learning Languages for Better Care

Donna Karan Program Aims Reducing Nurse Stress

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Tip This Week- Stroke Prevention and Awareness Part 2

Following up on last week’s starter episode for nurses on stroke prevention and awareness, here comes the continuation of the said topic. More tips on how to stop stroke even before it occurs and how to let the public know on how it happens, where it stars, how to know when it starts and things that they can do to keep their hearts healthy.

Included in this episode are links to free and inexpensive stroke education and awareness resources for both health care professionals and the community. Also discussed are defining your audience for these types of outreach and education projects as a nurse and potential venues for the materials.

For more information on stroke prevention, follow the links provided below

Guidelines for Primary Stroke Prevention

NIH Stroke Resources for Health Workers

AHA Stroke Resources

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Song this week: Johanna Stahley with “I’m Not Perfect”

I'm Not Perfect - Johanna Stahley

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