Posts Tagged ‘nursing book reviews’

A Review of “The Real Healthcare Reform”

Over on Keith’s blog, Digital Doorway, he has posted a review of “The Real Healthcare Reform: How Embracing Civility Can Beat Back Burnout and Revive Your Healthcare Career“, by authors Linda Leekley, BS, RN and Stacey Turnure, RN. Please click here to read the review, and remember to listen to their interview on RN.FM Radio,…

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Theresa Brown, RN.FM Radio, and “Critical Care”

On Monday, June 4th, RN.FM Radio was honored to host Theresa Brown, RN, the well-known nurse author of the highly praised “Critical Care: A New Nurse Faces Death, Life, and Everything in Between.” You can listen to this thoughtful and exciting interview by clicking here, and you can also read Keith’s review of “Critical Care”…

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Book Review: “Confident Voices” by Beth Boynton, RN, MS

“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. Summary In Confident Voices, Boynton strives to give nurses the understanding and skills to navigate the workplace in a way that fosters improved communication, healthier workplaces and…

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