Teaching nursing in Indonesia: Lessons I’ve learned

Teaching nursing in Indonesia: Lessons I’ve learned

By Christine L. Sommers | 9/20/2018
Effective multicultural communication begins with valuing other cultures.
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Drawing the line between hope and false expectations

By Megan Lippe | 9/19/2018
We must recognize when care has become futile and STOP.
Point of care: Only lonely?

Point of care: Only lonely?

By Michael C. LaFerney | 9/17/2018
Recognizing loneliness is part of healthcare—your patients’ and yours.
Sigma needs leaders: What are you waiting for?

Sigma needs leaders: What are you waiting for?

By Gwen Sherwood, Devita T. Stallings, and Benjamin Smallheer | 9/13/2018
Nominees needed for 40 elected positions.
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How nurse faculty can help students de-stress

By Cynthia Clark | 9/6/2018
In the author’s national survey of 5,000 nursing students, respondents revealed that average overall stress can drop by nearly a third by adopting healthy coping strategies.
Seeking extraordinary bedside nurse leaders: One model for chapter growth

Seeking extraordinary bedside nurse leaders: One model for chapter growth

By Cynthia D. Sweeney | 8/31/2018
A chapter and a hospital collaborate.