- Emotional Intelligence & Improvisation-What’s the Connection? Interview Series with Jude Treder-Wolff Part I
- A Fourth Question for Creating the Ideal Healthcare Organization: Patient Involvement
- A Feast of Insight & Resources on Nurse-Nurse Bullying aka Horizontal or Lateral Violence, aka Covert Abuse
- Nurse Overload: The Risks to Employee and Patient
- "Code Black" A Worthwhile Documentary about Emergency Room Docs, L.A. County Hospital, & a Quest for Ideals
- Patients May Have a Right to Fall AND We Have a Duty to Minimize the Risk!
- The American Nurse! An Inspiring Movie-Please See It When You Can
- What Triggers a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) & What Should, but Doesn't? Part II-What Health Care Professionals & Patient Advocates Need to Know
- Compassion in Action is Thriving Despite Political Chaos in Healthcare USA!
- Wouldn’t Every Community Benefit from a Holistic Health Collective Like the River Guild?
- Article Highlighting Alan Alda’s Work in Communicating Science & The Emerging Field of Medical Improv
- How The Law Of Attraction Might help Nurses and Patients!
- Are You Suffering From Shift Work Sleep Disorder?
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As an applied improv teacher, nurse, woman, mother, sister, and friend, I think a lot about communication! I study the impact it has on outcomes in healthcare such as patient safety, patient experience, morale, and utilization of resources. I reflect … Continue reading
By Alene Nitzky, Ph.D. RN OCN I’m not sure who said it originally, but it’s been said that we have two ears, but just one mouth, for a reason. Listening is what we do when we take the time to build … Continue reading
by Melinda Fouts, Ph.D., Global Executive Coach “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” ~ Aristotle While contemplating on the quote above, I would have to say that Aristotle was addressing a major component of emotional intelligence, … Continue reading