Health Resources Unlimited

Health Resources Unlimited More than 20 years experience improving triage practices through education and ongoing support for triage competency. In addition, HRU provides nursing leadership development with a focus on the new nurse manager.

Over 15,000 nurses have been trained, coached, and inspired in areas of both triage decision making and nursing leadership. All course content is reality based and delivered by faculty currently working as an emergency department nurse. More than 15 Years of mentoring new nurse managers along with leadership experience also positions faculty to guide new managers to a path of success.

Mission: Offer reality based, reasonably priced education, consulting, and coaching services for the health care industry and health care personnel. Make a positive impact on health care workers by sharing our knowledge through education. Empower health care workers through a coaching process to find their way in the constantly changing and challenging health care environment. Offer quality in all areas to include seminar site locations, printed and audio materials and customer services. Increase awareness amongst health care workers to issues related to all victims of abuse; child, elderly, and domestic violence. Make personal time to make a difference in the lives of foster children.

Historic Moments
01/05/2021

Historic Moments

Simone Segouin, mostly known by her codename, Nicole Minet, was only 18-years-old when the Germans invaded. Her first act of rebellion was to steal a bicycle from a German military administration, and to slice the tires of all of the other bikes and motorcycles so they couldn't pursue her. She found a pocket of the Resistance and joined the fight, using the stolen bike to deliver messages between Resistance groups.

She was an extremely fast learner and quickly became an expert at tactics and explosives. She led teams of Resistance fighters to capture German troops, set traps, and sabotage German equipment. As the war dragged on, her deeds escalated to derailing German trains, blocking roads, blowing up bridges and helping to create a German-free path to help the Allied forces retake France from the inside. She was never caught.

Segouin was present at the liberation of Chartres on August 23, 1944, and then the liberation of Paris two days later. She was promoted to lieutenant and awarded several medals, including the Croix de Guerre. After the war, she studied medicine and became a pediatric nurse. She is still going strong, and this October (2021) she will turn 96. ❤️

Happy new year from ED staff at WMC
01/02/2021

Happy new year from ED staff at WMC

31 interview questions for nurses — and how to answer them: When interviewing applicants, healthcare employers often ask...
12/27/2020
31 interview questions for nurses — and how to answer them: When interviewing applicants, healthcare employers often ask behavior-based interview questions to assess how the individual would perform their duties and fit into the organization.

31 interview questions for nurses — and how to answer them: When interviewing applicants, healthcare employers often ask behavior-based interview questions to assess how the individual would perform their duties and fit into the organization.

When interviewing applicants, healthcare employers often ask behavior-based interview questions to assess how the individual would perform their duties and fit into the organization.

Merry Christmas from WMC ER in Tennessee
12/26/2020

Merry Christmas from WMC ER in Tennessee

WW II uncovered
12/16/2020

WW II uncovered

🇺🇲A Salute to Colonel Ruby Bradley. The Angel in Fatigues

Colonel Ruby Bradley entered the United States Army Nurse Corps as a surgical nurse in 1934. She was serving at Camp John Hay in the Philippines when she was captured by the Japanese army three weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Soon after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese aircraft struck Camp John Hay. After the attack, the survivors attempted to flee to Manila through the mountains. Bradley and another Army nurse, Lt. Beatrice Chambers, walked more than 18 miles to a logging camp in Lasud, where they cared for civilian refugees, many of them women and children. On December 28, Bradley and Chambers were captured and became the first Army nurse POWs of the war. For the first few months of her captivity, Bradley was held in an internment camp at Camp John Hay. “A group of more than 500 men, women and children was crowded into one building.

After about six weeks, the internees received Japanese permission to establish a small camp hospital. It soon became an obstetrical ward and nursery, where Bradley and Chambers helped to deliver 13 babies. In September, Bradley was transferred to the Santo Tomas Internment Camp in Manila, where she joined other U.S. Army and Navy nurse captives.

In 1943, she was moved to the Santo Tomas Internment Camp in Manila. It was there that she and several other imprisoned nurses earned the title "Angels in Fatigues" from fellow captives. Suffering from starvation, she used the room in her uniform for smuggling surgical equipment into the prisoner-of-war camp. At the camp she assisted in 230 operations and helped to deliver 13 children.

After the war Ruby continued a military career serving in the Korean War. She passed in 2002 at the age of 94. Lest We Forget.

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Original description and photo sourced by workingnurse.com and US Army Historical Archive

12/14/2020
Intermountain Healthcare

Intermountain Healthcare

Take a guided tour through Dixie Regional Medical Center’s hospital units to watch doctors, nurses, and respiratory therapists fight St. George’s escalating surge in COVID-19 cases. “Will you help us?”

12/12/2020
Williamson Medical Center

Williamson Medical Center

The Williamson Medical ER team treats our patients like family, delivering compassionate care, when you need us most. Today, we’d like you to meet a member of our ER family: Shelly Cohen, RN.

Learn more about our emergency services: http://bit.ly/ER-WMC

12/10/2020
Baptist Health
11/29/2020

Baptist Health

To our Respiratory Therapists giving their all on the front lines of this pandemic, we thank you for all you've done and continue to do! #BaptistStrong

You just can't make this stuff up.....where has the reality check gone to?
11/20/2020
Sanford Health CEO: I've had COVID-19, won't wear a mask as 'symbolic gesture'. Sioux Falls, S. D. -based Sanford Health President and CEO Kelby Krabbenhoft shared his thoughts about having COVID-19 and why he won't be wearing a mask in an email...

You just can't make this stuff up.....where has the reality check gone to?

Sioux Falls, S. D. -based Sanford Health President and CEO Kelby Krabbenhoft shared his thoughts about having COVID-19 and why he won't be wearing a mask in an email to health system staff, according to the Grand Forks Herald.

Safeguarding nurses' well-being is 'nonnegotiable': 6 leaders on supporting nurses through COVID-19 + beyond. The COVID-...
11/19/2020
Safeguarding nurses' well-being is 'nonnegotiable': 6 leaders on supporting nurses through COVID-19 + beyond. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented health systems with the ultimate balancing act: Care for an influx of patients and ensure nurses and...

Safeguarding nurses' well-being is 'nonnegotiable': 6 leaders on supporting nurses through COVID-19 + beyond. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented health systems with the ultimate balancing act: Care for an influx of patients and ensure nurses and...

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented health systems with the ultimate balancing act: Care for an influx of patients and ensure nurses and front-line staff are adequately supported, all amid staffing and personal protective equipment shortages.

ZDoggMD
10/29/2020

ZDoggMD

Isn’t it past time we were #silentnomore about this? And it’s not just nurses. Weigh in, fam.

Credit: nurse Emily Macpherson who made this for a protest at her hospital in Newmarket, Ontario. https://www.facebook.com/emmy.tushingham

We are growing here at HRU! Welcome to our new Operations Manager Glenn Raup and new Project and Marketing Coordinator A...
10/24/2020

We are growing here at HRU! Welcome to our new Operations Manager Glenn Raup and new Project and Marketing Coordinator Anissa Raup!

Great video about the realities of Emergency Nursinghttps://kinonow.com/incaseofemergency
10/15/2020
In Case of Emergency

Great video about the realities of Emergency Nursing

https://kinonow.com/incaseofemergency

In Case of Emergency is a documentary that paints a startling picture of our ERs stretched to the breaking point and exposes the extent of our nation’s broken safety net.

This is a must view video. Hats off to Time Magazine for featuring an ED nurse on the cover!Thank you to all the ED staf...
10/10/2020
Amy O'Sullivan: The 100 Most Influential People of 2020

This is a must view video. Hats off to Time Magazine for featuring an ED nurse on the cover!

Thank you to all the ED staff at Wyckoff Hospital, your commitment to your patients role models the essence of nursing.

Find out why Amy O'Sullivan is on this year’s list

Last week, the House of Representatives passed the Effective Suicide Screening and Assessment in the Emergency Departmen...
10/02/2020

Last week, the House of Representatives passed the Effective Suicide Screening and Assessment in the Emergency Department Act! The bill now goes to the Senate for their vote - hopefully!
HR 4861 - " To amend the Public Health Service Act to establish a program to improve the identification, assessment, and treatment of patients in the emergency department who are at risk of suicide, and for other purposes.

Email your senators for support of this bill!

The American Nurse
09/25/2020

The American Nurse

"In Case of Emergency" will have its WORLD PREMIERE screening at the GlobeDocs Film Festival. Secure your pass to stream the film and post-film discussion with Boston Globe reporter Naomi Martin beginning October 1. #GlobeDocsFF #incaseofemergencyfilm

Medlaw.com | New HIPAA fines stress patient right to access their records
09/23/2020
Medlaw.com | New HIPAA fines stress patient right to access their records

Medlaw.com | New HIPAA fines stress patient right to access their records

New HIPAA fines stress patient right to access their records Posted on September 16, 2020 by Publisher Posted in HIPAA OCR Settles Five More Investigations in HIPAA Right of Access Initiative The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announces that i...

Nurse Jessica Sites
09/23/2020

Nurse Jessica Sites

Historical Snapshots
09/18/2020

Historical Snapshots

Wanting to do her part to help with the war effort, Joy Lillie, a confident twenty two year old from Grand Rapids, Michigan, joined the US Army Nurse Corp as the Second World War raged on in Europe.

“It was something I wanted to do, I just wanted to do something helpful.”

Little did Joy know that she would be deployed on the front lines of every major Allied campaign in the war. She was there on D-Day, in Northern France, the Battle of the Bulge, Central Europe, and Rhineland. During D-Day, Joy stayed awake for 72 hours straight to save as many soldiers as possible.

For this she was awarded the Bronze Star, a medal given for heroic and praiseworthy service in a combat zone.

Trending Nurses
09/17/2020

Trending Nurses

Amen!

09/08/2020
In Case of Emergency - Theatrical Trailer

In Case of Emergency - Theatrical Trailer

All of our country’s biggest public health challenges—from COVID-19 to the opioid crisis to gun violence to behavioral health and lack of insurance—collide…

ED visits for mental health have increased significantly in past decade
09/04/2020
ED visits for mental health have increased significantly in past decade

ED visits for mental health have increased significantly in past decade

Mental health-related emergency department utilization significantly increased in the past decade, according to study results published in Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. “Most studies of mental health ED use are by now outdated as they used data from years prior to the full implementation of....

PDB Nurse Education, LLC
09/04/2020

PDB Nurse Education, LLC

Plasma wins emergency approval; 1st case of COVID-19 reinfection confirmed — 5 updates: The U.S. has reported an average...
08/24/2020
Plasma wins emergency approval; 1st case of COVID-19 reinfection confirmed — 5 updates: The U.S. has reported an average of 42,310 COVID-19 cases daily in the past week, down 22 percent from the average seen two weeks ago, reports The New York Time

Plasma wins emergency approval; 1st case of COVID-19 reinfection confirmed — 5 updates: The U.S. has reported an average of 42,310 COVID-19 cases daily in the past week, down 22 percent from the average seen two weeks ago, reports The New York Time

The U.S. has reported an average of 42,310 COVID-19 cases daily in the past week, down 22 percent from the average seen two weeks ago, reports The New York Times.

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