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This is the official podcast of the Canadian Journal of Emergency Nursing www.CJEN.ca, a free open-access peer-review journal. We share content related to emergency care, interviews with published CJEN authors and members of our emergency care community. We are the journal of the National Emergency Nurses Association (NENA) www.NENA.ca

This is the official podcast of the Canadian Journal of Emergency Nursing www.CJEN.ca, a free open-access peer-review journal. We share content related to emergency care, interviews with published CJEN authors and members of our emergency care community. We are the journal of the National Emergency Nurses Association (NENA) www.NENA.ca

Location:

Canada

Description:

This is the official podcast of the Canadian Journal of Emergency Nursing www.CJEN.ca, a free open-access peer-review journal. We share content related to emergency care, interviews with published CJEN authors and members of our emergency care community. We are the journal of the National Emergency Nurses Association (NENA) www.NENA.ca

Language:

English

Contact:

7802339223


Episodes

Kara Payne & Sandra Reilly (Spring 2020). The continuity of care: From admission to the recovery at home

6/11/2020
Article:https://www.cjen.ca/index.php/cjen/article/view/41 DOI: https://doi.org/10.29173/cjen41 The treatment and support patients receive in their transition from the Emergency Department (ED) to the patient care unit (PCU), and eventually, the community, have clinical consequences, psycho-social outcomes, and financial ramifications. This quality improvement report provides recommendations intended to improve patient experiences and outcomes, in the context of ED crowding. The...

Duration:00:08:21

Shand, Klemmer, Grubb et al. (Spring 2020) Nurse practitioners in the ED, Transition Clinic & IV Therapy at SCH

6/10/2020
Article: https://www.cjen.ca/index.php/cjen/article/view/44 DOI: https://doi.org/10.29173/cjen44 This article is about nurse practitioners' effectiveness working in the Strathcona emergency department (ED), as well as the efficacy of two nurse practitioner-led clinics that run parallel to the ED. Prior to opening Strathcona Community Hospital in 2014, site leadership were tasked with developing an innovative care model with the aim of improved patient safety and quality of care delivered,...

Duration:00:16:05

Thea Herzog (Winter 2019) Intimate partner violence screening in the ED

6/5/2020
Article: https://www.cjen.ca/index.php/cjen/ar... DOI: https://doi.org/10.29173/cjen34 This article provides the reader with a thoughtful example of an emergency nurse-led intervention to improve emergency department patient screening for domestic violence. Background information is provided along with the development of educational tools. Example ID badge cards and posters are also provided. Finally, helpful takeaways fare provided to aid in the implementation of similar projects in other...

Duration:00:17:20

Keysha Low (Spring 2020) Initiating buprenorphine/ naloxone for opioid use disorder in the ED

6/5/2020
Article:https://www.cjen.ca/index.php/cjen/ar... DOI: https://doi.org/10.29173/cjen15 Opioid use disorder (OUD) is a public health crisis that continues to affect individuals across Canada and requires a multifaceted approach to minimize its impact. Through the chronic consumption of opioids, many individuals can become dependent on opioids and develop OUD. Buprenorphine/naloxone is the recommended first-line treatment, whenever possible, for patients living with OUD. The Emergency...

Duration:00:28:59