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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Taleena Nadkarni

Taleena Nadkarni is a student at New York University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and global public health. She has interned at a variety of health care settings, including the VA NY Harbor Health Care System and the LegalHealth department of the New York Legal Assistance Group. She enjoys writing about health, science and medical ethics.

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In a profession often subject to bullying, workplace violence and burnout, ensuring psychological safety is paramount.
Emergency departments are under more pressure than ever to provide specialized care, but doing so can seem daunting. Here, 3 cost-effective ways to boost your quality of care.
RRTs that foster relationships with bedside nurses tend to be more effective. Learn about a few other strategies that can improve RRT success rates.
Up to 66 percent of patients misuse antibiotics, greatly contributing to nationwide antibiotic resistance. These three behaviors are the most common ways people use antibiotics without medical guidance.
New research indicates that millions of healthy people still take aspirin believing it will prevent heart disease even though research indicates this behavior can be dangerous.
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