Posted on August 15, 2016
Our very own Publisher in Nursing, Margaret Zuccarini, is profiled in the New York Times and we couldn't be any prouder! In this interview, Margaret talks about her role at Springer Publishing, her background, what is involved in bringing a nursing book to the market and the most memorable book she has worked on.
Posted on July 13, 2016
In Part 1 of this two-part series, I explain why hospitals should add a Chief Nursing Finance Officer (CNFO) to the executive leadership team. This post discusses the implementation of the CNFO role. Some ideas for supporting the CNFO role are also presented.
It is essential to justify the resources allocated to the CNFO position. Comparing the CNFO’s...
Posted on June 22, 2016
This is the first of a two-part series of blog posts explaining and supporting the acute care executive role of Chief Nursing Finance Officer (CNFO). Danielle Miller, Chief Nursing Officer, Clinical Applications at Inform recently proposed this new nurse executive role. Most US hospitals already have a Vice President for Nursing or...
Posted on June 21, 2016
Today marks the 20th anniversary of National Aboriginal Day in Canada. Every year on June 21st, Canadians celebrate the unique heritage, cultures, and contributions of the indigenous peoples that helped to make Canada the country it is today. It coincides with the summer solstice, which is a day of cultural importance in many cultures. Specifically, it is an important day in the Inuit and Metis communities, which are considered the First Nations of Canada.
Springer Publishing Company is...
Posted on May 12, 2016
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: