Recent book review by senior editor Pam Chwedyk
The Path We Tread: Blacks in Nursing Worldwide,
1854-1994, Third Edition
By M. Elizabeth Carnegie, DPA, RN, FAAN
Jones and Bartlett, 2000
Reviewed by Denise L. Martin, RN, BSN
Reviews of Transforming Nursing Education: The Culturally Inclusive Environment; Susan Dandridge Bosher, PhD, MA, and Margaret Dexheimer Pharris, PhD, RN, MPH, FAAN (Editors) and Real Nurses and Others: Racism in Nursing by Tania Das Gupta, PhD
Did you know that abolitionist leaders Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth both worked as nurses during the Civil War?
When you hear the name of acclaimed African-American writer Maya Angelou, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?
Book review of The Mentor Connection in Nursing, by Connie Vance
Where Sugar Hides in Your Diet
Candy is Expandy: Cut Sugar Consumption
Helping Patients Form Healthy Habits
Five Ways To Burn Fat and Tone Up at Work
Drive Changes in 2014 With A Theme Word
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