The award was for the continuing education (CE) article in the July, 2007 issue, “Keeping cardiac arrest patients alive with therapeutic hypothermia.”
ASHPE recognizes outstanding editorial excellence and achievement in healthcare publications. The annual competition provides an opportunity for editors to measure their efforts and publications against the best the healthcare sector has to offer.
The CE article discusses the use of hypothermia to improve survival rates of patients who experience cardiac arrest. Although recommended by the American Heart Association, adoption of hypothermia has been slow. This award-winning CE article gives nurses what they need to know to help patients get the full benefit from hypothermia after cardiac arrest. The authors are: Kirsten Pyle, RN, CCRN; Ginger Pierson, MSN, RN, CCRN,CNS; Deborah Lepman, BS, RN, MPH, CEN; and Molly Hewett, MS, BSN, RN, CCRN, all from Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, Newport Beach, California.
Read this award-winning CE article on our website.
“We take pride in offering cutting-edge continuing education articles that help nurses deliver better patient care,” said Pamela Cipriano, PhD, RN, FAAN, CNAA-BC, Editor-in-Chief of American Nurse Today. “This award recognizes our dedication to quality CE.”
“ANA is committed to providing high quality editorial content as a member benefit,” added Linda J. Stierle, MSN, RN, CNAA,BC, Chief Executive Officer of the American Nurses Association. “We constantly strive to bring nurses useful and creative articles, and we are grateful to be recognized by ASHPE for our efforts to advance nursing education.”
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