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July 26, 2010

Dear Colleague,

Are you a nurse manager? Would you consider exploring a leadership role in nursing? Ask yourself the following questions and then read the articles in More Resources for more information and insight.

  • What factors and situations contribute to nurse manager stress?
  • What factors and situations decrease nurse manager stress?
  • What is the meaning of "Data rich, information poor?"
  • What is the value of a weekly staff meeting?
  • How can nurses feel satisfied during times of reduced staffing?
  • What are some ways to cultivate new nursing leaders?

Don’t miss our next issue about legal issues plus the latest articles and CEs!

Understanding Nurse Manager Stress and Work Complexity: Factors That Make a Difference

Creating a Healthy Workplace: Effective Decision Making: Data, Data, and More Data!

Leading the Way: STAFF MEETING GESTALT: THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS

Leadership Q&A: Increased employee and patient satisfaction starts now

Smart Management: 10 ways to the top

Revisiting HIPAA CE

The Needs and Expectations of Generation Y Nurses in the Workplace CE








Lisa Bonsall, MSN, RN, CRNP
Clinical Edito
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Take some time to read Interventions to Promote Physical Activity in Chronically Ill Adults and review strategies and practices commonly used.
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Brush up on the components of a good skin assessment. Don’t miss WOUND & SKIN CARE: Performing a Skin Assessment
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A good general rule for using painful stimuli is to apply it until the patient responds, or for at least 15 seconds but no more than 30 seconds if he fails to respond. Learn more by examining Topics in Progressive Care: Using Pain to Assess Neurologic Response.
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