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Tuesday, August 12, 2014  
 
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Texas Nurses Continuing Nursing Education Requirements Jurisprudence and Ethics

One of the latest requirements is for all Texas nurses to have jurisprudence and ethics continuing nursing education, this is in effect for licensure renewal cycles that begin after January 1st, 2014.The Texas Board of Nursing frequently updates the continuing nursing education (CNE) requirements for nurses licensed to practice in Texas.

Continuing Education is often abbreviated as CE and may be used in reference to general continuing education in many different professions, rather than specific to the continuing education for nurses. 

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Campus News

5 Regrets Of The Dying
After many years of feeling unfulfilled at her job, Bronnie Ware set out to find something that resonated with her soul. She ended up in palliative care where she spent many years helping those who were dying. Sometime later, she compiled a list of the 5 most common regrets expressed by the people she cared for. 

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Inadequately Managed Allergies Cause Significant Economic Burden
New research in Europe indicates that avoidable indirect costs per patient insufficiently treated for allergy equal 2,405.00 Euros per year due to absence from work and reduced working capacity. 

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The Caring Challenge in Correctional Nursing
Correctional nurses face a daily struggle to care for their patients while delivering much-needed healthcare in a restricted environment where they may also fear for their own personal safety. How can nurses truly care for and care about their inmate patient population? 
 
Posted: 8/3/2014 7:59:25 AM

How to Deal with Inmate Anger
Workplace violence is an increasing concern in all care settings. Jails and prisons are full of angry people with poor impulse control. Correctional nurses need skills in deflating potentially violent situations in their clinical practice.
 
Posted: 8/3/2014 7:47:13 AM
 
 
 
 

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  Brooke Lounsbury, Registered Nurse, has over 23 years in the medical field. Her primary field was in Home Health and Hospice until she left the mainstream medical field in 2008 and started Health Begins at Home, a website devoted to helping people empower themselves through education, public speaking engagements, classes and coaching -online and in person. She holds twice a year 10 day detoxification events, both online and in person. She also gives talks on seasonal affective disorder, thyroid health and stress management skills. She is a member of American Holistic Nurse Association, (AHNA) and is currently completing her functional medicine certification.

Brooke has an avid interest in the functional medicine medical model, which addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach and engaging both patient and practitioner in a therapeutic partnership. She incorporates stress reduction techniques, diet, exercise and supplements in her practice as a holistic approach to attaining and maintaining health.
 
 
 
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