PROFESSIONAL GROWTH: 7 tips to improve your professional etiquette
Kathleen D. Pagana RN, PhD

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Nursing2014
November 2009 
Volume 39  Number 11
Pages 34 - 37
 
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ABSTRACT

Etiquette is more than just please and thank-you. Knowing how to present yourself in a professional manner helps you stand out and increases your chances for career success.

WHEN YOU THINK of the qualities you need for success in your nursing career, you probably think of clinical, leadership, and management skills. But another skill can't be ignored: professional etiquette, a critical link for career success.

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Etiquette is more than good manners; it's a tool for cultivating good relationships. More than most careers, nursing is characterized by professional relationships ...

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