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NTI 2015: San Diego for a Day Too Much Hospital Security? Deeper Cooling for Neonates Battlefield Protocol for Civilians Success Combating Alarm Fatigue 2015 AACN Excellence Awards Page 5 Page 7 Page 11 Page 23 Page 25 Page 13 Vol. 7, No. 5 | May 2015 ® High Acuity & Critical Care Nurses Make Their Optimal Contribution

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

Another Angle
Pres Note Front Teaser
San Diego for a Day: Benefit Your Practice in Unexpected Ways at NTI 2015
Call for Nominations: AACN Board, Nominating Committee
Older Adult Care Is Unique: New AACN Online Course
Weigh in on AACN Bold Voices
Education Is Part of Hospital Security
Improving Patient Satisfaction, Experience, HCAHPS Scores
Underdiagnosis of Heart Attacks in Women
CHADS2 Index Predicts Postoperative Atrial Fibrillation
Hip Fracture Guideline Improves Clinical Practice
Hoisting Machines Reduce Nurses’ Back Injuries
More Cooling No Benefit to Brain-Damaged Neonates
While Hand Hygiene Improves, Contact Dermatitis Increases
AACN Research Grants Drive Evidence-Based Care 
Nurse Awards Section
Hyponatremia Risk Higher for Kids When Hypotonic Fluids Used
More Insured Patients Will Mean Unforeseen Challenges
Contaminated Sink Drains Linked to Infection Outbreaks
Battlefield Blood Transfusion Strategy Effective for Treating Civilians
Population Health Management Requires Risk Analysis for Resource Allocation
In Our Journals
Hospitals Successfully Combat Alarm Fatigue
Palliative Care Benefits Patients With Advanced Pancreatic Cancer
Certification Capsules
AACN Scholarships Fund UT San Antonio’s 2015 Summer Institute to Advance Clinical Excellence
Editorial Consults and Other Publishing Events at NTI 2015
Thrive at NTI: 10 Tips for the Best Experience
President’s Note: Why Ethics?

Bold Voices - May 2015