Leading Valiantly in Healthcare: Four Steps to Sustainable Success
By Catherine Robinson-Walker
Being a leader can often be exhausting. How do you continuously stay inspired, stay positive, and perform at your best? Leading Valiantly invites leaders and potential leaders at all levels to look at sustainable leadership. Through the use of concrete vignettes and real-life experience, Leading Valiantly helps the reader avoid leadership missteps and ascertain ways to mold himself or herself into someone who is not merely in a leadership position, but someone who can lead with valor.
The State of Nursing and Nursing Education in Africa: A Country-By-Country Review
By Hester C. Klopper and Leana R. Uys
Nursing is a critical component of health care in nearly every community, regardless of development. And nursing education is often seen as a key indicator of the health of a country’s health care system. For markets in developing countries, the forecasts are mixed. The State of Nursing and Nursing Education in Africa: A Country-by-Country Review is the first report of its kind to document nursing, health care, and nursing education in Sub-Saharan countries in Africa.
Man Up! A Practical Guide for Men in Nursing
By Christopher Lance Coleman
The author and contributors of Man Up! are some of the most successful male leaders in nursing today and have chosen to defy the odds and pursue their passion for nursing care. Man Up! delivers expert advice, practical information, and a formula for success for students and male nurses at all levels.
Night Shift Nursing: Savvy Solutions for a Healthy Lifestyle
By Katherine Pakieser-Reed
Research indicates that nurses who work nights on a regular basis are at higher risk for health problems including weight gain, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease than their day-shift peers. Night Shift Nursing provides useful tips and practical tools that instruct night nurses how to overcome their schedules to stay healthy and successful. From choosing energizing fitness routines and nutritious food options to reconstructing sleep patterns and balancing family and personal relationships, this book can help nurses love the night shift!
Toxic Nursing: Managing Bullying, Bad Attitudes, and Total Turmoil
By Cheryl Dellasega & Rebecca L. Volpe
Are you dealing with bad behavior in your workplace? Perhaps there's a bully on your nursing staff, or bad attitudes are hampering patient care. In a much-needed follow-up to When Nurses Hurt Nurses, authors Cheryl Dellasega and Rebecca Volpe explore why nurses can be so mean to each other. Armed with concrete strategies and real tools and techniques, this book will help nurse leaders, managers, and administrators defuse conflict and create positive and healthy work environments.
Claiming the Corner Office: Executive Leadership Lessons for Nurses
By Connie Curran & Therese Fitzpatrick
Entrepreneurial and ambitious nurses are found at all levels of health organizations and in all specialties. Claiming the Corner Office is a practical guide for the nurse who aspires to be a senior executive, be an entrepreneur, or serve in a governance role on a board. This book will inspire nurses to leverage their knowledge, creativity, and expertise for success … beyond the bedside!