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Nurses Week countdown: Save 25% on nursing products

Are you searching for the ideal gift to show your gratitude to a fellow nurse? Is it time to reward yourself for all the hard work you’ve been doing? Whether it’s a resource to help save time or to expand knowledge—and whether it’s for you or a colleague—we’re going to make it easier on your wallet.

In appreciation of your loyalty to HCPro and in recognition of the upcoming week that celebrates your profession, we would like to offer you 25% off all of our nursing products from April 20 to April 27. To redeem the discount, visit www.hcmarketplace.com/listings-M1_NRS-NRSWK2009.html or place your order with our customer service team at 800/650-6787 and mention source code NRSWK2009.

The special offer applies to our full range of books, audio conferences, webcasts, newsletters, videos, and more. Check out three of our resources that may be of interest to you:

1. Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility: Why Nurses Eat Their Young and Each Other: Through captivating anecdotal scenarios, this book examines the many facets of horizontal hostility and offers strategies to make your workplace more peaceful and attractive to current staff and future employees.

2. Quick-E! series: These 12 reference guides provide quick answers to crucial clinical questions that can fit in a nurse’s pocket. Titles include Assessment, Charting, Critical Care, Dysrhythmia, ER, Geriatrics, and Medication Management.

3. Our Image, Our Choice: Perspectives on Shaping, Empowering, and Elevating the Nursing Profession: This groundbreaking book offers a historical assessment of the current image of nursing, as well as practical strategies you and your staff can use to elevate your image—from focusing on the ethics of nursing to professional communication with patients, physicians, and peers.

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Keri Mucci About the Author: Keri is an Editorial Assistant in the nursing group at HCPro, Inc. She helps maintain two Web sites (including this one), edits the journal Strategies for Nurse Managers, writes articles, and conducts market research within the industry. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Salem (MA) State College in 2007.

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