The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, has recently published five new titles for nurses. For more information, visit www.nursingsociety.org.
For the nurse author:
Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses, Second Edition
With decades of experience in both the publishing and nursing fields, Cynthia Saver reveals what publishers look for when selecting manuscripts for print in Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses. The lively, easy-to-understand guidebook covers topics ranging from dissertation, clinical and peer review writing to tips for properly documenting sources, how to effectively utilize illustrations, and advice for marketing your finished work.
For the nurse leader:
Staff Educator’s Guide to Clinical Orientation
Combining the expertise of education consultant Alvin D. Jeffery and leadership development consultant Robin L. Jarvis, Staff Educator’s Guide to Clinical Orientation equips busy nurse leaders and training managers with helpful worksheets and simple tools to make the orientation process as easy and effective as possible. The book includes customized training plans and onboarding instructions for all types of orientees, including the new college grad, the nurse who struggles with interpersonal communication, the experienced nurse, and even the nurse who wants to quit.
For the nurse researcher:
Anatomy of Research for Nurses
Research can often be difficult and time-consuming, especially for nurses with busy patient care units. In their educational guide for the neophyte nurse researcher, nurse scientists Barbara Williams and Christine Hedges strive to make the seemingly daunting process easy to implement by taking readers step-by-step through the research process, covering topics from formulating a hypothesis to the legal and ethical issues involved in performing and funding a research study.
For the public health nurse:
Population-Based Public Health Nursing Clinical Manual, Second Edition
Written by three of the top names in public health nursing, this updated edition of the widely adopted Population-Based Public Health Nursing Clinical Manual offers case studies and practical application strategies. Focused on developing a competent public health nursing practice in diverse settings, the text builds on the renowned Henry Street Consortium’s nursing framework.
For the recovering nurse:
Re/entry: A Guide for Nurses Dealing with Substance Abuse Disorder
Substance abuse is prevalent in all walks of life– the key is to not let it ruin your future. Re/entry: A Guide for Nurses Dealing with Substance Use Disorder by Karolyn Crowley, RN, and Carrie Morgan, BA, is not only a personal compass for nurses traveling from addiction to professional re-entry, but also serves as an educational guide for supervisors, colleagues and administrators.