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June 2014 - Volume 45 - Issue 6
pp: 6-56

Editorial


Letters


Team concepts


Evidence-based nursing


Nursing informatics


Visionary Leader


Performance potential


Leadership Q&A



Responding to an active shooter and other threats of violence

Weeks, Sandra Kenney; Barron, Bridget Tillman; Horne, Marilyn Ray; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 45(6):42-45, June 2014.

Does your organization have a plan in place for potential acts of violence? Discover how one hospitalprepared all of its employees for the unthinkable.

CE Connection


The high cost of hoarding disorder

Murphy, Kathryn

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 45(6):20-26, June 2014.

Now classified as its own disorder, hoarding is a detrimental condition affecting the patient, his or her family, and even the community. Read about the best ways to help patients cope.

International Issues Special: Universal issues


How to positively integrate internationally educated nurses

Smith, Claudia DiSabatino; Ho, Judy Ong

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 45(6):30-36, June 2014.

Review suggestions for integrating internationally educated nurses into a unit, a health system,and the United States.

Specialty Focus: Executive Extra


Resiliency and the nurse leader: The importance of equanimity, optimism, and perseverance

Stagman-Tyrer, Dawn

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 45(6):46-50, June 2014.

Nurse leaders constantly face challenges. Embracing these struggles builds character and resilience.