- Las Cruces young professional turns to nursing as practical choice in uncertain times
The earning power, career opportunities and job security of nursing came wrapped in one package without the prospect of enormous debt.
- COVID Deaths Spiral Higher in Nursing Homes; 20,000 Dead in 4 Weeks
Long-term care facilities reported their highest-ever COVID death rate from Nov. 23 through Dec. 20, with nearly 200,000 newly confirmed coronavirus cases.
- Nursing students in San Mateo Co. will soon be COVID-19 vaccinators, helping cut down backlog
Nursing students in San Mateo County will soon start helping administer coronavirus vaccines, and the hope is the rest of the state will follow suit amid a major distribution backlog.
- Nursing Homes That Feel Like Home Help Avoid COVID
Nursing homes using the Green House Project’s model of residential care are weathering the pandemic better than traditional institutions. Here’s why.
- Amid coronavirus surge, St. Peter's prepares 160-bed facility at Albany County nursing home
Albany County says St. Peter's Hospital is preparing to staff a 160-bed section at the county's Shaker Place nursing to handle COVID-19 overflow from local hospitals. "Once we get to 85 percent we get ...
- National Effort to Vaccinate Nursing Homes Is off to a Slow Start
Getting vaccines to residents and staff isn't happening as swiftly or seamlessly as planned. Less than a quarter of first doses have been administered.
- Oklahoma Watch goes inside a nursing home in the pandemic: 'This used to be a happy place'
At Beadles Nursing Home in Alva, 25 staff and 20 residents have contracted COVID-19; four died. Director Dayna Jordan says of people going maskless: “I just wanted to yell at ...
- UMass nursing grads train medical students how to administer COVID-19 vaccines
More than 160 medical school students were trained Saturday on vaccination protocols so they can assist in administering COVID-19 vaccines to Central Mass. first responders, residents.
- Santa's 'grandchildren' spread joy in Italian nursing homes
Emotions are running high this holiday season at the Martino Zanchi Foundation nursing home in northern Italy near Bergamo after months of near-total isolation for ...
- Long-term care leaders say all Wisconsin nursing homes should receive vaccine in next two weeks
According to LeadingAge Wisconsin, 91 percent of all Covid deaths in Wisconsin occurred with people over the age of 60, which is why it says 1,726 residents and 1,813 staff members within 39 long-term ...