Covid-19: What Nurses Need to Know

As of Today, the World Health Organization has reported a total of 27,020,890 Covid-19 cases in the US. Which is 16,140,287 more than the second most affected country India. Total deaths are 468,051 with 3,639 deaths that happened in the last 24 hours nationwide. The CDC website reports that the pandemic peaked January 8,2021 with […]

Deep Into the Pandemic

The months December through February 2021 will most likely be the worst months for Covid-19 transmission. On Tuesday, January 12, 2021, we saw the worst day so far with 4,320 deaths in one day. The average for the week was a whopping 3,300 deaths per day. The national average for the number of cases in […]

Vaccines are here, get ready to learn what you need to know

Nursing in the coming months. Time to get educated on those vaccines. This month may be the peak of stress for our healthcare system and nurses are no exception. What we are experiencing is a simultaneous surge in hospital patients sick with the coronavirus, along with major hopes on a quickly distributed vaccine. Medical centers […]

Hopeful Nursing news Covid-19 vaccine updates

October 20, 2020 It’s time for a vaccine progress update. There is definitely a global push from many countries to produce a vaccine that works and is distributed in the hundreds of millions. Leading the way could be the United States.  With the US federal government already putting up $9.35 billion to four separate drug […]

Telemedicine: How to use Zoom for Nurses during COVID 19

Set up Zoom These days video chat and webinars are very popular and can be used to speak to patients who are sick and also coordinate with patients and doctors. Zoom is software capable of conducting meetings or webinars. There is a learning curve to this but with a few tips, you can conduct professional […]