School Nurses: Caring for Children with Autism
Please enjoy this informative post by guest blogger, Beth Greenwood: For children with autism to be even partially successful, they need plenty of help. Autism and nursing are linked in many ways, from screening to basic care. In a news release celebrating National Nurses Week 2015, the May Institute, a non-profit organization that provides services…Read More
A Scrubs Magazine Roundup!
Please enjoy this roundup of recent high-quality content on Scrubsmag.com, provided to us by the editors at Scrubs. Are you a busy nurse? There’s an app for that! Over at Scrubs magazine, they’ve rounded up more than 100 apps that nurses love. Check out the article here: Round up: Your favorite nursing apps Whether you’re…Read More
A New Year = A Fresh Start: What’s Here for You?
Mary Elaine Kiener, RN, PhD is the Founder and Creative Energy Officer (CEO) of ASK ME House, LLC, offering holistic solutions to improve well-being. Mary will be our guest on RN.FM Radio on Monday, January 21st, 2013, and we’re delighted to offer the following guest blog post for your edification and reading pleasure.Read More
You Are the CEO
Just last week, Linda Leekley and Stacey Turnure of Embracing Civility were kind enough to spend more than hour with us as our guests on RN.FM Radio. It was a delightful discussion, and we hope to have them back again late in 2012 or early in 2013. (You can read Keith’s review of their book,…Read More
Self Compassion and Empathy
Last night on RN.FM Radio, nurse and well-known author Carol Gino spoke eloquently about the need for nurses to develop self compassion before they can truly experience empathy for their patients. She was so right.Read More
A Review of “The Millionaire Nurse” by Dr. Dean Burke
In honor of Dr. Dean’s upcoming appearance as a guest on RN.FM Radio on Monday, April 2nd (along with his wife and business partner, nurse Cil Burke), I am posting this review of Dean’s book, “The Millionaire Nurse” here on RN.FM Radio. This post originally appeared on my blog, Digital Doorway. A note to the…Read More
Nurse Author: The Networks Created the “DocNurse”
Guest Post by New York Times #1 Bestselling Author and Registered Nurse, Carol Gino Okay, so after about 10 hours stiffening into stone sitting in front of a computer screen, I finally decided to get up and move inside, away from reading anything about healthcare. I want light, mindless entertainment. So I flop down on…Read More
Book Review: “Confident Voices” by Beth Boynton
By Keith Carlson, RN, BSN “Confident Voices: The Nurse’s Guide to Improving Communication and Creating Positive Workplaces” was published in 2009 by Beth Boynton, RN, MS and edited by Bonnie Kerrick, RN, BSN.Read More