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‘No Innocent Bystander’ Policy-Essential for a Culture of Safety!

When I was in grad school at Antioch University, I was developing  a model that used theatre games to promote emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills in kids.   One of my research resources was a book called “Caring Classrooms:  The … Continue reading

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Let’s Create a “We’re Listening Campaign” to Help Patients Speak Up!

The Joint Commission has some great resources on their “Speak Up Initiative“. Maybe we need one for listening.  Here is a sample initiative to get you started! ABC Hospital Listening Initiative Welcome to ABC Hospital!  We recognize that listening to our … Continue reading

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Nurse Keith’s Excellent Career Coaching Podcast @ Assertiveness!

Holistic career coach and expert career blogger for Nurse.com, Keith Carlson, RN, BSN, NC-BC shares essential insights about nurses and assertiveness.  In his work as a Nurse Coach, he has a keen awareness about the challenges that female nurses face … Continue reading

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