Category Archives: Complexity in nursing

Wouldn’t Every Community Benefit from a Holistic Health Collective Like the River Guild?

The River Guild is a holistic health collective with community space serving Concord and Central New Hampshire. Their classes include yoga, healthy eating seminars, meditation, reading groups, author events, mindful parenting, art and children’s classes. Their philosophy is grounded in the firm belief … Continue reading

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Article Highlighting Alan Alda’s Work in Communicating Science & The Emerging Field of Medical Improv

I’m honored to have “Medical Improv: A New Way to Improve Communication”  be referenced in Jude Treder-Wolff’s recent article,  Creating A Climate For Communication In Science and Medicine Through Improvisation.  Here is an excerpt to pique your interest.  I think you … Continue reading

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How The Law Of Attraction Might help Nurses and Patients!

by Rebecca Temsen  You may have heard of the law of attraction before. It’s not something new and really got famous when author Rhonda Byrne released the book ‘The Secret’ which gained huge popularity. The same principals can be used if … Continue reading

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