Posts Tagged ‘nurse writers’

Episode 124: Margaret Hawke, Nurse Author

Margaret Hawke’s nursing career encompassed all aspects of elder care. She began as a staff nurse, then as a director of nursing, a nursing home administrator, and consultant. She was also a contributing writer for, formerly known as Nursing Spectrum, a Gannett syndicated magazine for nurses from 1992 through 2006. She wrote feature articles…

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Poetry and Nursing: A Match Made in Heaven

On October 28th, 2013, we hosted a very special episode of RN.FM Radio which focused on poetry and its relationship to nursing and medicine. Our three guests waxed poetic (pun intended) and it was a wonderful evening of deep sharing and moving poetic voices. Here is a description of our three guests: Stacy Nigliazzo One…

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The Voice of Nursing

Please enjoy this guest post by Stacy Nigliazzo, nurse poet who was recently featured on the second RN.FM Radio Scrubs Magazine Extravaganza, and who will return to the show on October 28th for our upcoming Nurse Poet Roundtable! By Stacy R. Nigliazzo, BS, RN “And your very flesh shall be a great poem…” (Walt Whitman)…

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