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Congestive Heart Failure Overview
Worldwide, there are an estimated 26 million people affected by congestive heart failure.
Drug Diversion and Impairment
Drug diversion and on-the-job impairment are both rapidly growing problems.
Join Us in Celebrating 20 Years of Wild Iris Medical Education
June 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Wild Iris Medical Education’s founding.
Celebrate National Nurses Week
Each year, National Nurses week is celebrated from May 6-12. This is a week for hospitals, employers, and many other workplaces and individuals to celebrate their nurses!
Dealing with Workplace Bullying in Nursing and Healthcare
Physical and verbal abuse against nurses is a serious problem in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings across the country. The likelihood of healthcare workers being exposed to violence is higher than prison guards.
Wild Iris Medical Education, Inc., Recertified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
Wild Iris Medical Education, Inc., an ANCC-accredited business specializing in providing high-quality ceu courses online for nurses and other healthcare professionals, announces national recertification as a Women’s Business Enterprise.
How to Keep Social Media Fun and Stay HIPAA-Compliant
The amount of time people spend on social media is constantly increasing. On average, a person spends more than two hours a day on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and many other social media sites. Our world has become more social, and we value being in touch with friends near and far at the tap of a finger.
New Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) — What you need to know!
The original Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) was established in 1998 and is an agreement that allows mutual recognition of a nursing license between 25 member states in the U.S. A new Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) will be implemented on January 18, 2019, and will apply to 27 states.
Mandatory Flu Shot for Healthcare Workers?
Seasonal influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness. Serious outcomes of flu infection can result in hospitalization or death. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health conditions, are at high risk of serious flu complications. The CDC recommends that healthcare professionals get vaccinated each year as the best way to prevent the flu.
7 Inspiring Talks for Nurses
Do you find it hard to sift through the multitude of forums and blogs for healthcare professionals? Or do you get sucked into a vortex of not-so-inspiring content? It can be hard to find fresh and engaging material to keep ourselves inspired. We've found one place to get inspired: by listening to TED Talks. By now a well-known source featuring presentations from some of the most brilliant minds in the world, TED Talks cover every topic under the sun in an easy-to-understand and inspiring way.
7 Questions to Ask Before Choosing an Online Continuing Education Provider
Nurses and many other healthcare professionals are required to stay current in their field by taking continuing education courses (CEU). With the growing number of online CE providers, how can a busy professional choose a trusted-and, more importantly, accredited-online provider? How will you know whether an online course meets your own needs as well as complies with your state's requirements?
5 Tips to Manage Stress for the busy Healthcare Professional
Healthcare professionals are subject to high stress levels no matter what environment they work in. It is imperative for nurses, emergency medical technicians, therapists, and other clinicians to learn how to properly de-stress, disconnect from work, and bring some calmness into their lives.
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