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Beth is a national speaker, consultant, and author specializing in communication and interpersonal skill development and workplace culture change.  Her expert facilitation, long career as an RN,  graduate work in organizational development, and medical improv training are the foundation of her unique and effective teaching methods.  She is well known for creating the safe and fun environment necessary for deeper work involved in essential personal and professional growth.  She is an avid blogger and her youtube: Interruption Awareness: A Nursing Minute for Patient Safety has drawn audiences from all over the world.  Learn more about her teaching philosophy at “Confident Voices in Healthcare” blog and two books listed below.

Contact Beth to learn how workshops and speaking can be customized for your goals in providing the best care and workplace cultures.




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

Beth Boynton RN, MS 

F.A. Davis Publishing, Co., 2015

Paperback 256 pages 
$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, Paperback 210 pages, 28.95 (US)

Bulk rates available from the author


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