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Title When chicken soup isn't enough : stories of nurses standing up for themselves, their patients, and their profession / edited by Suzanne Gordon.

Published Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press ; Bristol : University Presses Marketing [distributor], 2011.

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 UniM BioMed  610.73 WHEN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvi, 250 pages ; 23 cm.
Series The culture and politics of health care work.
Culture and politics of health care work.
Notes Originally published: 2010.
Contents pt. 1. Set up to lose, but playing to win. A covert operation / Kathleen Bartholomew -- Saving patients from Dr. Death / Toni Hoffman -- A lesson for the principal / Kathy Hubka -- The delicate discharge / Ruth Johnson -- No patience for poison / Brenda Carle -- Mr. CEO, will you marry me? / Candice Owley -- Intolerable behavior / Eleanor Geldard -- One is one too many / Thomas Smith -- A comfortable cover up / Jenny Kendall -- Stacking the cards in our favor / Ro Licata -- pt. 2. We don't have to eat our young. Mentor unto others ... / Clola Robinson-Blake -- A dose of diplomacy / Donna Schroeder -- Standing up for what you don't know / Judy Schaefer -- Broken bones and ice cream / Edie Brous -- Treating transition shock / Judy Boychuk Duchscher -- The empty-hands round / Amaia Śáenz de Ormijana -- pt. 3. Excuse me, doctor, you're wrong. Eye/I advocacy / Jane Black -- As if the patient can hear you / Clarke Doty -- Don't just add nurses and stir / Janet Rankin -- Gloves off / Nancy Marie Valentine -- The overlooked symptom / Jo Stecher -- Hope in the midst of tragedy / Connie Barden -- The advantages of age / Marion Phipps -- An expiration date for indignancy / Madeline Spiers -- What Hospice is for / Jean Chaisson -- A real pain / Paola Scamperle -- pt. 4. Not part of the job description. I'll call in sick if I have to / Barbara Egger -- Doing the heavy lifting / Martha Baker -- Attacked by a patient, abandoned by my hospital / Charlene L. Richardson -- The samurai sword / Anne Duffy -- Only when it's safe / Bernie Gerard -- The red shirts are coming / Mary Crabtree Tonges -- Not saints or sisters / Belinda Morieson.
pt. 5. When one advocate can make a difference. Putting lymphedema on the map / Saskia R.J. Thiadens -- An inconvenient nurse / Faith Henson -- A safe delivery from domestic abuse / Kristin Stevens -- To do the unthinkable / Barry L. Adams -- The only nurse for miles around / Dagbjort Bjarnadóttir -- More than boo-boos and band-aids / Judy Stewart -- First responders in the AIDS epidemic / Richard S. Ferri -- pt. 6. Choking on sugar and spice: challenging nurses' public image. Silenced during the SARS epidemic / Doris Grinspun -- In the halls of academe / Claire M. Fagin -- R-E-S-P-E-C-T / Lisa Fitzpatrick -- Real nurses don't wear wings / Victoria L. Rich -- The lady with a loud voice / Jeanne Bryner -- Taking on the terminator / Vicki Bermudez -- Defending the nursing profession over dinner / Elizabeth Kozub -- Remaking the power nurse / Pierre-André Wagner -- Health policy from nurses' point of view / Yuko Kanamori -- Maybe we should be bragging / Guorún Aoalsteinsdóttir -- Finessing the chairman of the board / Carol Blount -- Called to duty at 30,000 feet / Ann Converso -- 7. Applied research. Nurse PI on a clinical trial / Kathleen Dracup -- the need for nurse evaluators / Teresa Moreno-Casbas -- Research and nursing-home reform / Charlene Harrington -- How nurses make it work / Kathryn Lothschuetz Montgomery -- Teamwork through research / Lena Sharp -- Keep asking questions / Jean Clarke -- No more Martys / Jane Lipscomb -- Taking on conventional wisdom / Thóra B. Hafsteinsdóttir -- pt. 8. Sticking together. Winning recognition of nursing expertise / Edie Brous -- A union just for nurses / Massimo Ribetto -- We rained on their parade / Judy Sheridan-Gonzalez -- Protesting on the red carpet / Kelly DiGiacomo -- Saving the carney / Penny Connolly -- pt. 9. Still fighting. The male midwife / Gregg Trueman -- Fighting for our vets / Edmond O'Leary -- We are the experts / Karen Higgins -- A collective voice / Diane Sosne -- We will not be silenced / Carol Youngson -- Standing by one patient / Faith Simon.
Other author Gordon, Suzanne, 1945-
Subject Nursing.
Nursing -- Social aspects.
Communication in nursing.
Patient advocacy.
ISBN 9780801477508 (paperback)
0801477506 (paperback)