Monthly Archives: May 2016

Posted on May 26, 2016 by William Rosa | 0 comments
The Public Health Nursing Series is a 20-blog collection, written by William (Billy) Rosa, author of the forthcoming title, Nurses as Leaders: Evolutionary Visions of Leadership (June 2016), that sparks a dialogue about each and every nurse's role in advancing and creating the future of global health. With a focus on cultural considerations and the current status of healthcare...
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Posted on May 20, 2016 by Sara Cohen | 0 comments
On April 27, 2016, Tennessee became the latest state to sign into law “religious freedom” legislation, permitting counselors to deny services and refer clients based on the provider’s personal beliefs. This happens to be a clear cut violation of the American Counseling Association's code of ethics. In fact, the ACA decided in light of this bill, HB 1840 being passed, the association has decided to move the ACA...
Posted on May 19, 2016 by William Rosa | 1 comment
The Public Health Nursing Series is a 20-blog collection, written by William (Billy) Rosa, author of the forthcoming title, Nurses as Leaders: Evolutionary Visions of Leadership (June 2016), that sparks a dialogue about each and every nurse's role in advancing and creating the future of global health. With a focus on cultural considerations and the current status of healthcare...
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Posted on May 13, 2016 by Sara Cohen | 0 comments
Every month, we're going to give you a heads-up on all the new and forthcoming titles for that month. It's a great way for you to take a look at what's new from Springer Publishing if you aren't signed up for our emails (though we definitely think you should sign up for our emails, you never know what sale you could be missing!). In May we have 3 great titles publishing in the Social Sciences. ...
Posted on May 12, 2016 by William Rosa | 0 comments
The Public Health Nursing Series is a 20-blog collection, written by William (Billy) Rosa, author of the forthcoming title, Nurses as Leaders: Evolutionary Visions of Leadership (June 2016), that sparks a dialogue about each and every nurse's role in advancing and creating the future of global health. With a focus on cultural considerations and the current status of healthcare...
Posted in: Nursing, Public Health
Posted on May 12, 2016 by | 0 comments
Florence Nightingale is considered the originator of the nursing occupation, and May 12 is the 196th anniversary of her birth. The day concludes National Nurses Week, which honors the important role nurses play in health care. At Springer Publishing we celebrate her today, and recognize nurses for their hard work, professional skills, and abilities. Take a look at some of our Nightingale inspired texts below: Florence...
Posted on May 11, 2016 by | 0 comments
Nurses are in a profession that requires them to be supportive and show sincere interest in their patients. As caregivers and educators, nurses take on a variety of roles as they care for patients day in and day out, leading some nurses to physical, mental and emotional exhaustion. Check out some of Springer Publishing’s titles focused on avoiding burnout and reducing stress so that you and your patients have the best experience possible. Compassion,...
Posted in: Nursing, Uncategorized
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Posted on May 11, 2016 by | 0 comments
Nurses make a great difference every single day to patients, doctors and medical facilities all around the world. That is why it is so important to take the time to celebrate these accomplished nursing professionals for their part in patient care. At Springer Publishing Company we will be celebrating Nurses Week by taking 25% off all nursing books and upon purchasing the deal of the day, you will receive an extra $5 off. There are so many wonderful books in our program, it was difficult...
Posted in: Nursing, Uncategorized
Posted on May 10, 2016 by | 0 comments
In our continuing observance of Nurses Week, we wanted to highlight some of our best Nursing titles- today focusing on nurses in disaster settings. Disasters, both natural and man-made, can be frightening and chaotic times, and how a nurse reacts in these situations can make all the difference. There are so many wonderful books in our program, it was hard to narrow this list down. This is merely a sampling of the titles we have, so make sure to head...
Posted on May 5, 2016 by William Rosa | 1 comment
The Public Health Nursing Series is a 20-blog collection, written by William (Billy) Rosa, author of the forthcoming title, Nurses as Leaders: Evolutionary Visions of Leadership (June 2016), that sparks a dialogue about each and every nurse's role in advancing and creating the future of global health. With a focus on cultural considerations...
Posted in: Nursing, Public Health
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