The Nurses

A New York Times bestseller. “A funny, intimate, and often jaw-dropping account of life behind the scenes.”—People Nurses is the compelling story of the year in the life of four nurses, and the drama, unsung heroism, and unique ...

The Nurses

A New York Times bestseller. “A funny, intimate, and often jaw-dropping account of life behind the scenes.”—People Nurses is the compelling story of the year in the life of four nurses, and the drama, unsung heroism, and unique sisterhood of nursing—one of the world’s most important professions (nurses save lives every day), and one of the world’s most dangerous, filled with violence, trauma, and PTSD. In following four nurses, Alexandra Robbins creates sympathetic characters while diving deep into their world of controlled chaos. It’s a world of hazing—“nurses eat their young.” Sex—not exactly like on TV, but surprising just the same. Drug abuse—disproportionately a problem among the best and the brightest, and a constant temptation. And bullying—by peers, by patients, by hospital bureaucrats, and especially by doctors, an epidemic described as lurking in the “shadowy, dark corners of our profession.” The result is a page-turning, shocking look at our health-care system.

The Nurses

The Nurses Miracles with the Heroes of the Hospital Critical Care A Nurse Faces Death, Life, and Everything in Between Caring for Patients with Mental Health Issues - Strategies for All Nurses

The Nurses

The Nurses Miracles with the Heroes of the Hospital Critical Care A Nurse Faces Death, Life, and Everything in Between Caring for Patients with Mental Health Issues - Strategies for All Nurses

Your Patient Safety Survival Guide

PR Newswire, “Boston Medical Center Teams up with Rhode Island Hospital, CVS Health to Address Use of Pharmacy-Based Naloxone to Combat Opioid ... Alexandra Robbins, The Nurses: A Year of Secrets, Drama, and Miracles with the Heroes ...

Your Patient Safety Survival Guide

Each year, one out of every four hospital patients in the United States will be harmed by the care they receive. Over 400,000 will die as a result. Dr. Gretchen LeFever Watson's definitive guide empowers patients to be patient safety advocates. It takes a village to combat preventable errors and omissions that cause millions of deaths and sickness in our nation’s hospitals and care facilities. Although most of these deaths are due to human and system errors—not faulty medical decisions or diagnoses—this annual death toll—as well as the millions of additional incidents of survivable patient harm—could be cut in half through consistent use of simple and nearly cost-free safety behaviors. In Your Patient Safety Survival Guide, Gretchen LeFever Watson delivers a patient-centered blueprint on how to transform the patient-safety movement so that millions of unnecessary illnesses and deaths in hospitals, outpatient facilities, and nursing homes can be avoided. She provides key safety habits that people must learn to recognize so they can be sure hospital personnel use them during every patient encounter. She also explains how addressing the most common safety problems will set the stage for tackling a wide range of issues, including healthcare’s role in the overuse of opiate painkillers and its related heroin epidemic. Watson’s call for a more sensible societal response to medical and human error in hospitals promotes a timely and full disclosure of all mistakes—an approach that has been proven to accelerate the emotional recovery of everyone affected by patient safety events while also reducing the financial burden on hospitals, providers, and patients. Readers will learn how to: • Change behavior to catch medical errors before they result in illness or death. • Prevent the spread of dangerous infections in hospitals and other care facilities. • Leverage the power of basic safety/hygiene habits. • Eliminate mistakes during surgery and other invasive procedures. • Avoid medication errors and the overuse of opiates • Raise awareness and inspire civic action in their communities.

Health Illness and Society

“We Need More Nurses.” The New York Times May 28:A25. Robbins, Alexandra. 2015b. The Nurses: A Year of Secrets, Drama, and Miracles with the Heroes of the Hospital. New York: Workman Publishing. Robinson, James C. and Kelly Miller.

Health  Illness  and Society

This engaging text provides a sociological perspective on health, illness, and health care. Serving as an introduction to medical sociology for undergraduate and graduate students, it also presents a summary of the field for medical sociologists and for public health scholars and practitioners. A highlight of the text is its emphasis on the social roots of health and disease and on the impact of social inequality on health disparities and the quality of health care. The book also critically examines health care in the United States and around the world and evaluates the achievements and limitations of the Affordable Care Act and other recent health care reform efforts.

Quality Caring in Nursing and Health Systems Third Edition

Better nurse staffing and nurse work environments associated with increased survival of in-hospital cardiac arrest patients. Medical Care, 54(1), ... The nurses: A year of secrets, drama, and miracles with the heroes of the Hospital.

Quality Caring in Nursing and Health Systems  Third Edition

Quality Caring in Nursing and Health Systems, Third Edition delivers a detailed framework of the Quality Caring Model©, a theory that analyzes the relationships among the self, the community served, patients and families, and the health care team. As the population requiring healthcare increases, so does the room for error and the demand for patient-centered care. The health system, focused on procedures, protocols, technology, and lower costs, continues to inflict unnecessary harms upon already vulnerable patients and their families. Nurses, as the largest group of health care professionals that spend the longest time with patients and families, are in a unique position to advance new relationship-centric approaches to health care. This text focuses on the practical application of the Quality Caring Model, featuring new examples of ways to embed caring into the health care environment. An abundance of practice analyses and reflective exercises reinforce the book’s content. Written for nursing students, clinicians, educators, and leaders, this text delves into the intricacies of relational health care. Chapters apply the model to patients and families and provide optimal learning strategies to inform quality-caring competencies. Case studies, interviews, exemplars, relevant lessons, and suggested improvements woven throughout the text push the model further than theory and into practice. New to the Third Edition: Updates and clarifies the Quality Caring Model to improve the safety and quality of health systems Examines the continuing quality crisis in health care Demonstrates the model’s application in clinical, educational, and leadership practice Includes practice analyses at the end of each chapter Discusses how nurses can work in creative ways to implement caring in their practice as per IOM Future of Nursing Report Provides interviews with practicing nurses reflecting the challenges and strategies needed to implement caring in our technopharmacological system Key Features: Examines the evolution of the Quality Caring Model, its key concepts, and the clinical, educational, and leadership implications for application Features interviews with practicing nurses that reflect challenges and successful strategies Includes case studies and practical insights from diverse community and academic health centers Includes learning objectives, boxed calls to action, key summary points and reflective exercises Offers user-friendly visual images and charts Focuses on the challenge of creating value Facilitates Magnet designation

Fraternity

An Inside Look at a Year of College Boys Becoming Men Alexandra Robbins. A LSO BY ALEXANDRA ROBBINS The Nurses: A Year of Secrets, Drama, and Miracles with the Heroes of the Hospital Secrets of the Tomb: Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, ...

Fraternity

* A Real Simple Best Book of 2019: "An essential read for parents and students." * The New York Times bestselling author of Pledged is back with an unprecedented fly-on-the-wall look inside fraternity houses from current brothers’ perspectives—and a fresh, riveting must-read about what it’s like to be a college guy today. Two real-life stories. One stunning twist. Meet Jake, a studious freshman weighing how far to go to find a brotherhood that will introduce him to lifelong friends and help conquer his social awkwardness; and Oliver, a hardworking chapter president trying to keep his misunderstood fraternity out of trouble despite multiple run-ins with the police. Their year-in-the-life stories help explain why students are joining fraternities in record numbers despite scandalous headlines. To find out what it’s like to be a fraternity brother in the twenty-first century, Robbins contacted hundreds of brothers whose chapters don’t make headlines—and who suggested that many fraternities can be healthy safe spaces for men. Fraternity is more than just a page-turning, character-driven read. It’s a vital book about the transition from boyhood to manhood; it brilliantly weaves psychology, current events, neuroscience, and interviews to explore the state of masculinity today, and what that means for students and their parents. It’s a different kind of story about college boys, a story in which they candidly discuss sex, friendship, social media, drinking, peer pressure, gender roles, and even porn. And it’s a book about boys at a vulnerable age, living on their own for perhaps the first time. Boys who, in a climate that can stigmatize them merely for being male, don’t necessarily want to navigate the complicated, coming-of-age journey to manhood alone.

Overcoming Passive Aggression Revised Edition

A. Robbins, The Nurses: A Year of Secrets, Drama, and Miracles with the Heroes of the Hospital (New York: Workman, 2015), 37. 3. Ibid., 137. L. Curry, Beating the Workplace Bully: A Tactical Guide to Taking Charge (New York: AMACOM, ...

Overcoming Passive Aggression  Revised Edition

In Overcoming Passive-Aggression, Dr. Tim Murphy and Loriann Hoff Oberlin provide an in-depth look at a topic we've all faced but haven't always recognized: Hidden anger. When people don't express their views and feel compelled to conceal their true beliefs and emotions, behaving in ways that don't match what they honestly think, there can be serious physical and psychological results for everyone involved. For the first time, Murphy and Oberlin offer a clear definition of passive-aggression and show readers not only how to end the behavior, but also how to avoid falling victim to other people's hidden anger. In clear, compassionate language, they cover everything from the childhood origins of the condition to the devastating effect it has on work and personal relationships to the latest research on the subject, and offer practical, proven strategies for the angry person as well as the individual who finds himself the target of someone else's passive-aggression.

Flying Magazine

Declrs loaded with Wildcats and Avengers. such Navy carriers as Dramatic photos of a submarine being sunli by planes trom Escort ... Most people are aware that the Marines performed miracles against heavy opposition on Guadalcanal, ...

Flying Magazine