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Start celebrating Nurses’ Week with a free communication tool

Nurses’ Week doesn’t start officially until May 6, but HCPro, Inc. is starting the celebration early! A nurse manager’s job is far from easy, and we’d like to show our appreciation for all that you do with some free tips and tools you can share with your staff, product discounts, and book giveaways.

In the next four weeks, be on the lookout for:
  • April 15: A handout you can give your staff featuring pointers about how to present a positive nursing image inside and outside of your organization.
  • April 22: A 25% savings off all of HCPro’s nursing products.
  • April 29: A handout for you and your staff featuring 10 stress busters to help you maintain a successful nursing career.
  • May 6: Just in time for Nurses’ Week, a Florence Nightingale quiz you can share with all your staff. We will reward 50 nurses who send in the right answers with a free copy of Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility: Why Nurses Eat Their Young and Each Other.

And now to kick off the festivities, check out this week’s free communication tool, which you can forward to your staff or print out and share with them during a staff meeting. The tool teaches nurses how to effectively and comfortably confront unprofessional behavior in their facilities in four simple steps.

What are you doing this year to celebrate Nurses’ Week?

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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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  1. These are all great ideas and the communication tool is great. I will be keeping a look out for the rest of them.

  2. All people deserve very good life and mortgage loans or just auto loan can make it much better. Just because freedom depends on money.

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