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Team-Based Placebos for 'Kissing Bug' Long or Owning a Pet Is NTI 2015 Offers Approach Cuts Ebola Drug Disease More Irregular Shifts Good for Your More Wi-Fi Alarm Fatigue Common Impair Cognition Trials? Health Access Page 6 Page 7 Page 11 Page 15 Page 18 Page 20 Vol. 7, No. 2 | FEBRUARY 2015 ® High Acuity & Critical Care Nurses Make Their Optimal Contribution

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Bold Voices - February 2015

Another Angle
Pres Note Front Teaser
NTI 2015 Is Sooner Than You Think — Prepare Now
Fewer VAEs With Daily Spontaneous Awakening and Breathing Trials
Team-Based Approach Significantly Reduces Alarm Fatigue
Should Ebola Drug Trials Use Placebos?
Updated Online Pharmacology Course Available
Pharmacists Help Reduce ICU Costs, Adverse Drug Events in CVVH
Long ICU Stays Can Deplete Diversity of Gut Bacteria
Implant May Eventually Combat Neurological Diseases
More Than Academic Education
What Causes Nonthrombotic Occlusions?
‘Kissing Bug’ Disease More Common in U.S. Than Thought
Cardiovascular Disease Risk After Acute Kidney Injury
Join the Conversation
Next in the AACN Critical Care Webinar Series
I-PASS Communication at Shift Change Reduces Errors
Low-Risk Lifestyle Decreases Women’s Stroke Risk
Survival Rates After Early Catheterization Following Out-of-Hospital CPR
First Guideline Developed for Prophylactic Platelet Transfusion
FDA Clears First Critical Care Glucose Monitoring System
Long or Irregular Shifts May Affect Cognition
Violence Against Nurses on the Rise
Medicare Readmission Penalty May Harm Patients With COPD
Overuse of Antibiotics Contributes to Germ Resistance
In Our Journals
Owning a Pet Can Improve a Patient’s Mood, Outlook
How Do I Find the Source?
Certification Capsules
NTI Network: Your Online NTI Community
Be a Part of LDW at NTI 2015
I Am a Critical Care Nurse
President’s Note

Bold Voices - February 2015