Posts Tagged ‘communication’
A “Freire Style” Solution to Nurse Bullying
Renee Thompson is an author, nurse, and an renowned expert on nurse bullying. She was our guest on RN.FM Radio on February 20th, 2012, and she’ll appear again as our guest on May 20th, 2013. Please enjoy this guest post by our dear friend and colleague.Read More
Realizing Diversity’s Potential!
Beth Lincoln, MSN RN, is the author of Reflections From Common Ground: Cultural Awareness in Healthcare. Beth will be our guest on RN.FM Radio on Monday, February 4th, 2013, and she has shared with us an insightful guest blog post that you will find below.Read More
Turn the Dial: The evolution of the Internet in the last decade [Infographic]
Here at RN.FM I wanted to take a moment to go ahead and start off with a new series, Turn the Dial. This is where we take a brief look into our rearview to remember the roads we’ve traveled, the amazing people we’ve met along the way, the stories we’ve discussed on and off the air,…Read More
Can We Penalize Rudeness?
Last month, our friends Stacey Turnure and Linda Leekley of Embracing Civility were our guests on RN.FM Radio, discussing how to increase civility in the healthcare workplace.Read More
Beth Boynton on Communication and Healthcare Professionals
Our friend and colleague Beth Boynton, who is a well-known nurse, award-winning author and communication specialist, has posted a YouTube video of great interest to nurses and healthcare professionals. If you haven’t yet read Beth’s book, “Confident Voices: The Nurses’ Guide to Improving Communication and Creating Positive Workplaces“, we highly recommend it, and you can…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
Gender, Healthcare and Communication
Recently on RN.FM Radio during a discussion with Beth Boynton, the nurse author of “Confident Voices: The Nurses’ Guide to Improving Communication and Creating Positive Workplaces”, we touched on the subject of gender and its effects on communication. Countless books on communication between the sexes have been written—the ones most readily coming to mind being…Read More