This package includes:
Bullying in the Workplace: Reversing a Culture by Joy Longo, PhD, MS, RNC-NIC
For the nurse who wants to understand and deal with bullying and lateral violence and its perpetrators, and to counter a culture of bullying in the work environment, this is your guide to developing the needed professional awareness, knowledge, and skills. Tip cards are also available.
Protect your staff from workplace violence. These newly designed laminated 3.5" x 6" tip cards shows examples of lateral violence and bullying behaviors in the workplace. The flip side offers ways to effectively respond to such behavior. Each package contains 25 bullying cards.
Mindfulness and You: Being Present in Nursing Practice by Dawn Bazarko, DNP, MPH, RN
For any nurse seeking an evidence-based way to enhance health and well-being, this book addresses the impact of stress, mindfulness—in general and health care contexts in particular—and how to start a mindfulness practice and integrate it into your self-care routine.
Moral Distress and You: Supporting Ethical Practice and Moral Resilience in Nursing by Cynda H. Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Melissa J. Kurtz, MSN, MA, RN
This book is for the nurse who needs hands-on knowledge, skills, and tools to recognize and address situations that create moral distress; develop resilience, resolve, and other capacities to deal with it; and prevent incidents by recognizing the consequences of moral distress for you, your team, and your patients.
Self-Care and You: Caring for the Caregiver by Kim Richards, RN, NC-BC
This book is for the nurse seeking an integrated approach to self-care practice. Organized by six self-care pathways, it includes plenty of examples, guidelines, tips, techniques, and insights about each pathway to help you assess and guide your self-care journey.
Not Part of the Job: How to Take a Stand Against Violence in the Work Setting by Jane Lipscomb and Matt London
Designed to spark a conversation and provide actionable tactics to reduce workplace violence, this book offers guidance to practicing nurses on how they can better protect themselves against a wide range of unacceptable behaviors.
It’s sometimes hard to accept change—particularly when it’s delivered as a hardship, disappointment, or rejection. But by developing resiliency, managers can not only accept change, but learn, grow, and thrive in it. This guidebook defines resiliency, explains why it’s important, and describes how you can develop your own store of resiliency.