Bold Voices - January 2016 - (Page Cover1)

Pediatric Staph Infections An Interview With Nhu Tran Brain Fingerprint Predictions Better Hospital Design Advance Directive Requests The Courage to Care Page 11 Pages 12-13 Page 15 Page 18 Page 19 Page 22 Vol. 8, No. 1 | JANUARY 2016 ® High Acuity & Critical Care Nurses Make Their Optimal Contribution

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Bold Voices - January 2016

Another Angle
Pres Note Front Teaser
SuperSession Speakers Will Deliver Big Ideas and Laughter at NTI 2016
Engage, Connect, Participate at 2016 LDW at NTI
Volume Discount Programs Support Excellence Through Certification
Celebrate Certified Nurses Day 2016
Patient Satisfaction Linked to Preparedness for Discharge
Magnet Accreditation Leads to Greater Patient Satisfaction
Analysis Seeks Link Between Job Stress, Stroke Risk
New Heart Device Helps Patients With Kidney Failure
Preventing Maternal Deaths From Sepsis
Promoting Staff Resilience in Pediatric ICUs
Long Shifts Linked to Nurse Burnout, Job Dissatisfaction
Staph Infections Pose Risk to Hospitalized Infants
Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro — for Fun
Very Premature Neonates Surviving at Higher Rates
Light-Protected Parenteral Feedings Reduce Premature Infant Mortality
Brain ‘Fingerprint’ Might Predict Mental Illness Risk
Apple Invents a Wearable Biomedical Ring
Propofol Reduces Risk of AKI When Sedating ICU Patients
A Call for Scent-Free Hospitals
Longer Ambulance Rides Increase One-Year Mortality
Better Hospital Design Improves Patient Outcomes
Design Award Honors Innovation
Job Market for RNs Continues to Improve
Advance Directives Not Only for Refusing Care
Seven Dishes to Try in New Orleans During NTI 2016
In Our Journals
President’s Note

Bold Voices - January 2016