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Beth Boynton, RN, MS

Beth Boynton, RN, MS

Welcome to the award-winning “Confident Voices in Healthcare” Blog!

Beth is a medical improv practitioner, speaker, and author of two books.  She specializes in helping healthcare professionals communicate and collaborate effectively in order to provide safe, compassionate care and sustain long-term rewarding careers.  She is also the founder of PILL-Portsmouth Improv Learning Lab, where she teaches classes for all who want to have fun, meet nice people and grow.

Video sample of how Medical Improv can be used to teach leadership and communication skills.

Check out Beth’s train-the-trainer resource:

Medical Improv: A New Way to Improve Communication! (With 15 activities you can teach STAT!)

Author, Beth Boynton, RN, MS. Editor Anne Llewellyn, RN-BC, MS, BHSA, CCM, CRRN

CreateSpace 2017 Bulk rates available from author!


3945-4Successful Nurse Communication:  Safe Care, Healthy Workplaces, & Rewarding Careers 

Author, Beth Boynton RN, MS 

F.A. Davis Publishing, Co., 2015
$51.95 (US)   


Confident Vo41NDhYU4fGL._SX398_BO1,204,203,200_ices:  The Nurses’ Guide to Improving Communication & Creating Positive Workplaces

Author, Beth Boynton, RN, MS, Editor, Bonnie Kerrick, RN, BSN

CreateSpace 2009, 28.95 (US) Bulk rates available from author!  Email Beth:  bbbboynton@gmail.com



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9 Responses to Welcome

  1. Informative blog.The useful information, coaching, workshops, and resources shared by you will go a long way in improving individual, team, and organizational behaviors and communication for a healthy and cordial workplace relationship and positive patient outcome.Thanks for sharing.

  2. Nice blog, I really like your topic and its really useful in Nursing Help works. appreciate your thoughts

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  4. Puri SK says:

    Conflict resolution skill is very important. What is the best method of training so that we learn to make best choices while resolving conflicts. Sometimes we have to go for mediation also. Poor conflict resolution skill can be really damaging.

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