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End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC), an American Nurses Association project, is a national education initiative to improve end-of-life care in the United States.  
Researchers examined care engagement factors across and within race/ethnicity to better understand previously observed racial/ethnic disparities in perinatal depression treatment.
Onsite training: outpatient miscarriage management Onsite training offers evidence-based outpatient miscarriage management, and can help your facility offer evidence-based outpatient miscarriage management. Early pregnancy loss is common, occurring in approximately 15-20% of known pregnancies. It's often managed in the operating room despite evidence showing treatment in outpatient or emergency department settings can save time, cost, is equally safe, and is preferred by many patients.
HCA launches website about Family Initiated Treatment (FIT) The Health Care Authority (HCA) has information for communities and providers about family initiated treatment (FIT). The site includes information on outpatient FIT, inpatient FIT, and mental health information disclosures.  
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has prepared this brief based on a workshop in June 2021 on the need to transform the United States’ current model of health care financing – which rewards the volume of services provided – to a model that incentivizes integrated payment approaches that are person-centered and holistic in advancing individual, community, and population health.
About Food Lifeline and Sea Mar Community Health Centers Founded in 1979, Food Lifeline is part of the national “Feeding America” network that assists in collecting food that would otherwise go to waste to provide meals to thousands of people across Western Washington. Food Lifeline rescues millions of pounds of this surplus food from farmers, manufacturers, grocery stores, and restaurants and focuses on a long term solution to hunger.
About Food Lifeline and Sea Mar Community Health Centers Founded in 1979, Food Lifeline is part of the national “Feeding America” network that assists in collecting food that would otherwise go to waste to provide meals to thousands of people across Western Washington. Food Lifeline rescues millions of pounds of this surplus food from farmers, manufacturers, grocery stores, and restaurants and focuses on a long term solution to hunger.
For communities and their residents to recover fully and fairly from the COVID-19 pandemic, state and local leaders should consider the health equity principles in this resource in designing and implementing their responses. These principles are not a detailed public health guide for responding to the pandemic or reopening the economy, but rather a compass that continually points leaders toward an equitable and lasting recovery.
This resource features the different heart failure zones and how to determine them.
The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association is an organization for individual members of the nursing team working in the specialty of hospice and palliative care across life. The site lists curriculum and other resources specific to advanced nurses, generalist nurses, licensed practical/vocational nurses, and nursing assistants.