Nurse’s New York Times column a rare nurse voice in mainstream media – ANA Continues to Speak Out Against Harmful Cuts to Health Care. – (866) 348-2889
A few months ago, an op-ed in The New York Times described how the abundance of errors in hospice patients’ medication lists puts them at risk. What may make this piece stand out for nurses is the first line: “I am a hospice nurse.”
By bringing her nursing expertise to a larger discussion about medication errors among hospice patients, Theresa Brown, PhD, RN, offers the rarely heard perspective of a front-line health professional caring for patients at the end of life.