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Posted on March 14, 2019 by Springer Publishing | 0 comments
Springer Publishing has recently launched NursesGetCertified.com to help future nurses find success in their certification goals and would like to extend to you the opportunity to be a part of it. If you are: 1. Actively certified in any of the following areas: Adult-Gero Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certified Academic Clinical Nurse Educator (CNEcl) Family Nurse Practitioner Neonatal...
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Posted on January 16, 2019 by Springer Publishing | 0 comments
Springer Publishing continues as the most awarded publisher in the AJN Book of the Year Awards for six years running, with 19 awards. Sixteen books and one digital app were recognized as the most valuable titles in 2018, including eight first-place winners and two titles each winning in two categories. CEO Mary Gatsch said, "This recognition by AJN, especially in the digital category, confirms we and our esteemed authors are providing the right products in the right formats to support...
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Posted on November 26, 2018 by Todd W. Rofuth DSW, Julie Piepenbring PhD, LCSW | 0 comments
Good leaders and managers not only inspire staff members and demonstrate good managerial skills, but also assume the role of mentor or coach to help develop aspiring, emerging, and, in some cases, stagnated, managers. Many social work clinicians find themselves advancing to leadership and management positions because they performed well as clinicians or case workers but haven’t yet developed good managerial skills. Given the fast-pace nature of our field, training new managers can be a careless...
Posted on June 11, 2018 by Scott Sells | 0 comments
In the wake of the Santa Fe Shooting, we are likely to respond with the same blame focus as with the ...
Posted on April 9, 2018 by William Rosa | 0 comments
What is the embodiment of a caring nature? This question reverberates, again and again. Can one be taught to care? If the answer is no, then why waste our energy? Why make the effort? History has shown us repeated examples of the sowing and reaping of ethical values. Put quite simply, if a child is taught anger and hatred then that will be how they engage the face of another; if they learn selfishness and self-preservation at the cost of another’s well-being, then they will know this equation...
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