We recently talked with Carol Miller about her new book, Fast Facts for Health Promotion in Nursing: Promoting Wellness in a Nutshell. Watch Part 1 of the video interview below for a discussion on why the book needed to be written. In Part 2, she discusses why it's increasingly important for nurses to take into account their own wellness, and see Part 3 for a few evidence-based techniques that nurses can use to promote their patients' wellness.

About the Book:

This addition to the Fast Facts series provides a succinct guide for nurses in adult-health clinical settings and fills the need for an easy-to-use, quick-access reference on ways to incorporate wellness into their work, helping to improve patient outcomes, and reduce their own personal and professional stress.


Part 1 of 3: Carol Miller Discusses Her Book, "Fast Facts for Health Promotion in Nursing"


Part 2 of 3: Carol Miller Discusses Nursing and Wellness


Part 3 of 3: Carol Miller Offers Evidence-Based Techniques to Promote Patients' Wellness


About the Author:

Carol A. Miller, MSN, RN-BC is an independent care manager at Care & Counseling, where she focuses on promoting wellness for clients and their families. She has served many roles during several decades of her nursing career, including two years as a spokesperson for a national educational campaign about issues related to caregiving. Ms. Miller is author of Nursing for Wellness in Older Adults, Sixth Edition (2012/LWW) and Nurse's Toolbook  for Promoting Wellness (2007/McGraw-Hill rights reverted). Nursing for Wellness received the 1990 AJN Book of the Year Award in Gerontological Nursing and has been published in three foreign editions.