SHRM Day 2 coverage – HR’s future and making giving a priority

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Day two of SHRM 2013 went off without a hitch, and we got up bright and early to learn from the brightest minds in HR. We want to take you on a recount of yesterday morning’s events, keynotes and lessons’ learned.

The first session of the morning was The Future of HR: Four Keys for Creating Competitive Advantage Through Innovative People Strategies,  hosted by Jennifer McClure, President, UnbridledTalent LLC.

The changing roles in HR
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SHRM 2013 Day 1 Coverage – Keynotes and Leadership

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Nearly 15,000 HR professionals and business leaders packed the Grand Ballroom at McCormick Place in Chicago for the official kickoff of SHRM 2013. The event, fittingly, began in true Chicago fashion with a lively rendition of Soul Man, complete with dark shades and sharp fedoras.
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Happy Birthday Florence Nightingale: International Nurses Day

We wanted to end Nurses Week on a birthday wish to the woman that founded what we now as modern nursing Florence Nightingale

National Nurses Week is celebrated annually from May 6, also known as National Nurses Day, through May 12, her birthday. All week we’ve featured nurses from the military to case management to nurses that volunteer and teach. We’ve also featured 2 nurses that blog regularly. They taught us a thing or two on how the medical field is using technology for patient care and what is happening with high-tech coding practices.

So, Happy Birthday Flo and thank you for paving the way for the exemplary nurses that take care of our country!

So never lose an opportunity of urging a practical beginning, however small, for it is wonderful how often in such matters the mustard-seed germinates and roots itself.

~ Florence Nightingale

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Featured Nurse Mary Kelly, RN : Happy Nurses Week!

Mary Kelly, RN


Mary has been a registered nurse since 2005 and has experience in occupational health nursing, medial-surgical/oncology nursing, and as a nurse educator.

Currently, Mary is supporting one of the world’s best-known charity and relief organizations as a staff wellness nurse. She travels to emergency sites throughout the country to provide nursing care for volunteers. Recently, she has been supporting the organization’s efforts in New York in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.



High-Tech Temps : The HiTech Act

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Epstein LaRue, RN, BS, author of the number one rated nursing, trends, issues, and roles book series, “Highway Hypodermics.”

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Since computers first started popping up in hospitals in the 1980s, the rules and regulations governing technology in healthcare have been continuously rewritten.

The latest changes come in the form of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. The HITECH Act mandates the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems that meet meaningful use standards.
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It’s Thursday have you thanked a nurse lately? Frank Dana, RN

Frank Dana, RN

Frank, a retired military nurse, began his Adecco Medical & Science career in 2005. Since then, he has managed flu clinics, led vaccination initiatives at hospitals and corporations, and served as a school nurse in several school districts.

A registered nurse for more than 30 years, Frank has extensive experience in occupational health and has worked with a variety of companies across industries and locations. He is a certified clinical instructor for New York State and teaches licensed practical nurses class.