ANA Position Statement Addressing Nurse Fatigue to Promote Safety and Health: Joint Responsibilities of Registered Nurses and Employers to Reduce Risks

Addressing Nurse Fatigue to Promote Safety and Health: Joint Responsibilities of Registered Nurses and Employers to Reduce Risks This statement articulates the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) position with regard to the joint responsibilities of registered nurses and employers toreduce risks from nurse fatigue and to create and sustain a culture of safety, a healthy work […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Seventy-Five

Is due to the glut in their ruler’s pursuit of life The people’s hunger Is due to the excess of their ruler’s taxation So they starve The people’s difficulty in being governed Is due to the meddling of their ruler So they are difficult to govern The people’s disregard for death So they disregard death […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Sixty-Nine

In using the military, there is a saying: I dare not be the host, but prefer to be the guest I dare not advance an inch, but prefer to withdraw a foot This is called marching in formation without formation Raising arms without arms Grappling enemies without enemies Holding weapons without weapons There is no […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Forty-Three

The softest things of the world Override the hardest things of the world That which has no substance Enters into that which has no openings From this I know the benefits of unattached actions The teaching without words The benefits of actions without attachment Are rarely matched in the world                                                                    Lao Tzu Verse Forty-Three […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Forty-Two

Tao produces one One produces two Two produce three Three produce myriad things Myriad things, backed by yin and embracing yang Achieve harmony by integrating their energy What the people dislike Are alone, bereft, and unworthy But the rulers call themselves with these terms So with all things Appear to take loss but benefit Or […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Forty-One

Higher people hear of the Tao, they diligently practice it Average people hear of the Tao They sometimes keep it and sometimes lose it Lower people hear of the Tao, they laugh loudly at it If they do not laugh, it would not be the Tao Therefore a proverb has the following: The clear Tao […]

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The Tao Te Ching: Verse Forty

The returning is the movement of the Tao The weak is the utilization of the Tao The myriad things of the world are born of being Being is born of non-being                                                        […]

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