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January 6, 2014


Dear Colleague,

Happy New Year! Like many of you, I’m beginning my year with a list of goals, both personal and professional, to better myself and create a positive impact on those around me. I found inspiration in the articles in More Resources, and I hope you do too. Here are some quotes:

“The question for every nurse – no matter the stage of her or his education or career – is: Are you the best leader you can be?” ---Susan B. Hassmiller PhD, RN, FAAN & Julia Truelove
“Rather than losing hope in negative situations, we can first take a realistic look at ourselves.” ---Mary Pat Szutenbach
“Changes in health care have brought attention to the need to prepare and support nurses to interpret research findings and to appropriately translate evidence into practice.” ---Bradi B. Granger PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN, Yanfang Zhao MS, Jennifer Rogers MEd, Corinne Miller BSN, RN, Catherine L. Gilliss PhD, RN, & Mary Champagne PhD, RN
“With the opportunities that have developed as a result of the IOM Future of Nursing report and the creation of the DNP degree, nurse leaders are poised to make the changes required to create quality, cost-effective healthcare for the citizens of our nation.” ---Carolyn M. Rutledge PhD, FNP-BC & Michelle Renaud PhD, CNS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Are You the Best Leader You Can Be?

Back to school! Selecting a DNP program

The Presence and Roles of Nurse Navigators in Acute Care Hospitals

Bullying in Nursing: Roots, Rationales, and Remedies

The Language of Data: Tools to Translate Evidence for Nurses in Clinical Practice

Perspectives on Leadership: Partnering for Change

Original Research: The Transition to Practice

Wishing you all the best in 2014!




Lisa Bonsall, MSN, RN, CRNP
Clinical Edito
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