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CMS investigates 2 hospitals for EMTALA violations related to abortion care for a pregnancy-related emergency.
Selection of HIV PrEP regimen should include an assessment of bone and renal risk factors, which may be found in more than half of patients.
To reduce benzodiazepine use postoperatively in older adults, researchers examined the effects of using melatonin instead.
While food insecurity is a leading public health issue, research shows that nutrition security may be a better target for disease prevention strategies.
The AHA now says to put on PPE before performing CPR in patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 in cardiac arrest
Expert calls Pennsylvania’s hospital strike teams short-sighted and a distraction from urgently needed evidence-based policy actions to improve nurse staffing issues.
The first injectable PrEP option for HIV may help reduce inequities among Black and Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men.
The COVID-19 pandemic and opioid crisis created new barriers to HCV treatment, leading to the lowest annual treatment rate in 5 years.
Dr April Kapu discusses what constitutes a healthy work environment in hospitals and how to create professional and personal barriers to manage burnout.
The risk of death to a patient with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 from withholding or delaying treatment for cardiac arrest is extremely high, says the AHA.
Melissa Kalensky, DNP, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC, CNE, discusses her dual practice as a shelter-based care NP and an assistant professor at Rush University in Chicago.
Having the tough conversations. NASEM offers recommendations for communicating with parents of young children about COVID-19 vaccines.
Experts discuss emerging safety data on administration of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines during pregnancy.
Findings emphasize the importance of strategies to help HBV-HIV coinfected patients maximize antiretroviral adherence to achieve hepatitis B viral suppression.
Patients with current or past HBV infection are not at greater risk for liver injury or mortality during COVID-19 infection.
Cervical cancer screening rates remained below normal levels even after the stay-at-home order was lifted.
Nursing experts discuss strategies to reduce vaccine hesitancy and access barriers in Black, Hispanic, Orthodox Jewish, and other underserved communities.