Mentoring, Civility & Self-Care
“No one can build the capabilities of an exceptional and effective nurse like another exceptional and effective nurse.” – The Institute of Medicine's Future of Nursing Report
- The National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN): The Mentoring Toolkit for Nurse Practitioners presents the evidence, provides the rationale, and delivers the tools needed to establish a formal, structured mentoring program for new nurse practitioners at your institution. This toolkit incorporates a comprehensive suite of tools for every phase of a nurse practitioner mentoring program. ($24.99 for NANN members; $49.99 non-members)
- Mentoring Practices Benefiting Pediatric Nurses. Weese, Meghan M. et al., Journal of Pediatric Nursing: Nursing Care of Children and Families. 30(2). 385 – 394 (2014).
- The Mentoring Door Goes Both Ways—Open It. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Campaign for Action, May 25, 2017.
- The Organizational Impact of a New Graduate Pediatric Nurse Mentoring Program. Halfer, D. et. al., Nursing Economic$. 26. 243-9 (2008).
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow Program's Passionate about Creating Environments of Respect and Civilities (PACERS) Team: The Civility Tool-Kit provides resources to empower healthcare leaders to identify, intervene, and prevent workplace bullying.
- Taking Care of Care Providers: A Wellness Program for Pediatric Nurses. Zadeh, S. et. al, Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. 5. 294-299 (2012).
- Practicing Self-Care for Nurses: A Nursing Program Initiative. Blum, C. OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. 19(3). September 30, 2014.
- The Emotional Cost of Caring for Others: One Pediatric Hospital's Journey to Reduce Compassion Fatigue. Walden, M et. al. Journal of Nursing Administration. 48. 545–552 (2018).