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Adventist Health and KATE: A Trusted Partnership​

Adventist Health and KATE: A Trusted Partnership Emergency Departments (EDs) are a high-risk point, with extremely sick patients. Triage Nurses need to make decisions very quickly. Mara Bryant, Evelyn Miguel, MSN, RN, Stephen Liu, MD, FACEP discuss the partnership between Adventist Health and KATE. “After seeing what she’s done. I think every hospital in the …

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Strategies to Mitigate Health Inequity & Bias in Emergency Department Care Delivery

Strategies to Mitigate Health Inequity & Bias IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT CARE DELIVERY Table of Contents I. Overview II. Bias in Delivery of Healthcare Common Cognitive Errors   Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and Bias   Structural Racism   III. Consequences of Bias When Delivering Healthcare Services Consequences for Patients   Consequences for Emergency Departments   …

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6 Strategies for Improving ED Nurse Wellness

6 Strategies for Improving ED Nurse Wellness Emergency nurses are at increased risk for work-related burnout as front-line healthcare workers—specifically secondary traumatic stress (STS) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and COVID-19 has dramatically exacerbated this risk.1, 2 Exposed daily to life-and-death situations—caring for patients with physical trauma, unexpected diagnoses, or being the victims of violence …

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