martes, 3 de febrero de 2015

Tuesday News Round-Up: Soldiers reflect on 114th Anniversary of the Army Nurse Corps; Binding Wounds, Fighting to Serve: African-Americans in Military Medicine; Sentinel Event Spotlight – Addressing unresponsive neonatal resuscitation events: Improving Teamwork


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Army nurses assigned to the Army Reserve Medical Command Headquarters and Headquarters Company in Pinellas Park, Florida reflected on the 114th Anniversary of the Army Nurse Corps celebrated Feb. 2.
Military medicine today reflects both diversity and inclusion now more than ever before in its more than 200-year history. In honor of Black History Month during February, we take a look at the impact African-Americans have had on military medicine.

This Sentinel Event (SE) Spotlight addresses unresponsive neonatal resuscitation events reported to the Patient Safety Analysis Center along with identified causal factors and evidence-based recommendations. These recommendations include the use of simulation training and methods on improving teamwork.

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