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NTI Registration Opens Reducing 'Never Events' Page 5 Page 10 Nurse Voice: Jorge Murillo Pages 12-13 Sedation for Patients With PTSD Tips for New Graduate Nurses Things to Do in NOLA Page 15 Page 19 Page 20 Vol. 8, No. 2 | FEBRUARY 2016 ® High Acuity & Critical Care Nurses Make Their Optimal Contribution

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

Another Angle
Pres Note Front Teaser
NTI 2016: Registration Opens This Month — Make Your Case for Attending
Engage, Connect, Participate at NTI 2016’s LDW
Consensus Model Continues to Unite Nursing Community
Invest in Your Future With an AACN Scholarship
AACN Updates Popular, Best-Selling Pocket Reference Cards
Early Noninvasive Ventilation No Better for Immunocompromised Patients
New Eye-Tracking Devices Help Ventilated ICU Patients Communicate
Middle-Aged White Americans Dying at Higher Rates
Reducing ‘Never Events,’ Measuring Progress in Patient Safety
National Patient Safety Goals Focus on Safety
AACN Resources on Patient Safety
Stereotyping in Healthcare May Affect Outcomes
Traveling a Circuitous Path That Led to Nursing
Full Use of EHRs Associated with Differences in Clinical Outcomes in Non-STEMI Patients
FDA Approves Praxbind
Pediatric Syringes May Reduce Blood Loss in Adult ICU Patients
Cleveland Clinic Announces Medical Innovations
Patients With PTSD May Require Special Sedation When Ventilated
Guide Assesses PICC Use
No Bloodstream Infections With Antimicrobial-Impregnated Catheters
Wearable Artificial Kidney Being Tested
Supplements Lead to More Than 23,000 Annual ED Visits
Improving the Outcomes of Urgent Weekend Surgeries
Patient Satisfaction Surveys May Compromise Healthcare Quality
How New Graduate Nurses Can Overcome Challenges
Things to Do in New Orleans During NTI 2016
In Our Journals
President’s Note

Bold Voices - February 2016