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September 30, 2015

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September 28, 2015


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September 28, 2015

 

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September 23, 2015

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September 29, 2015

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September 18, 2015

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September 22, 2015


RECENT COLUMNS & NEWS

Abortion and a woman’s centrality
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 26, 2017

The contrast between 'choice' for a woman, and 'murder' of a fetus, allows abortion foes to claim moral high ground. It is a false premise.


How Mindfulness Can Be an Act of Self-Care for Nurses
Nightingale, January 20, 2017

Nurse burnout won’t go away until the industry changes. But in the meantime, mindfulness can help nurses prioritize their well-being.


Lightening Nurses' Loads
Slate.com, May 10, 2016

The best way to appreciate nurses during Nurses Week is to support legislation that would help them better care for their patients.


What I'm Reading: To Make Everything Possible, Lean In
American Journal of Nursing, May, 2016

Sheryl Sandberg is the chief operating officer of Facebook, and her book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead (Knopf, 2013) has become a manifesto of sorts for women who want to succeed in business. 


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING - What I'm Reading: Unforgettable: At the End of Life, Knowing What's Vital, November 2015

Scott Simon, the NPR journalist and commentator, made news in the world of social media when he tweeted the details of his charming, theatrical mother's final days, which were spent in a Chicago ICU. His latest book, Unforgettable: A Son, a Mother, and the Lessons of a Lifetime (Flatiron Books, 2015), expands on those tweets, and it's a pleasure to get the full story, especially since Simon is a big fan of nurses.


Finding the Meaning of Death in a Concert Hall
The New York Times, October 4, 2015

“Death and Transfiguration,” a 25-minute tone poem by Richard Strauss, is the type of entertainment I’ve tried to avoid since becoming a hospice nurse. I worry it will make me feel the job too deeply in my time off. But this performance was by the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony, in which my son plays first violin, so we went.