Mayo Clinic study sounds alarm about nurse mental health

Mayo Clinic study sounds alarm about nurse mental health

A new, large-scale study from the Mayo Clinic finds that nurses are more likely to experience suicidal thoughts than other workers in the United States. And the results are not limited to these stressful times; the team behind the investigation collected its data well in advance of the pandemic, saying the situation requires immediate attention. … Read more

Parathyroid hormone resistance and autoantibodies to the PTH1 receptor

Parathyroid hormone resistance and autoantibodies to the PTH1 receptor

Summary We describe two cases of acquired parathyroid hormone (PTH) resistance due to the development of serum PTH type 1 receptor (PTH1R) autoantibodies, which block PTH binding and signaling. Both cases were associated with other autoimmune manifestations, and one case was associated with atypical membranous glomerulonephritis. In vitro binding and signaling assays identified the presence … Read more

Health System Chief Nursing Officer Dr. Natalia Cineas Wins Nurses Foundation Award

Health System Chief Nursing Officer Dr.  Natalia Cineas Wins Nurses Foundation Award

NYC Health + Hospitals announced today that the system’s Chief Nurse Executive Natalia Cineas, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN received the 2021 DAISY Nurse Leader Award in Policy from the DAISY Foundation and HealthImpact. Recipients of the DAISY Nurse Leader Award 2021 were selected based on their work to improve the health of the population through … Read more

The mental-health benefits of spiritual thinking

The mental-health benefits of spiritual thinking

Many of us have searched for meaning during the pandemic. We have asked ourselves questions such as: What are my priorities? What do I want out of my life? How can I live with all that uncertainty? To answer these questions, people often turn to spirituality. And a lot of scientific research suggests that spiritual … Read more

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