Live the questions now, gently exhorted Rilke (1903). And most nurses do as they strive daily (and nightly) to provide professional, evidence-based compassionate care to those in need.
But others among us confront, challenge, explore and expand the questions: Who needs our care? What is professional, evidence-based, and compassionate care? How will we do that? What else should we know - or be doing or be asking?
Sigma Theta Tau International values these searchers and invites them to share their questions, searches, concerns, findings, and recommendations at its global gathering of nurses, the International Biennial Convention. On this CD you will have the opportunity to hear from world-renowned searchers as they provide answers and, of course, more questions.
Keynote Addresses from the 38th Biennial Convention - Sigma Theta Tau International
Leading in a Globalized World - 2005 (Video length: 37:27 min) - Judith Oulton, CEO of ICN, presented by Amy Coenen, RN, PhD, FAAN
Empowering Nurses - Taking Control -2005 (Video length: 1 hr:10 min) - Greta Sherman, Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning, Healthcare, TMP Worldwide
The Pro-Self Program - Self-Care Interventions and Beyond for Symptom and Side effect Management - 2005 (Video length: 43:35 min) - Marilyn J. Dodd, RN, PhD, FAAN
Keynote Addresses from the 37th Biennial Convention - Sigma Theta Tau International
There to Care: A Lesson from Nursing History - 2003 (Video length: 38:26 min) - Margaret Carson, RN, PhD
Power of Relationships for Babies - 2003 (Video length: 51:44 min) - Kathryn E. Barnard, RN, PhD, FAAN Rilke, Rainer Maria. (1903). M. D. Herter Norton, tr. Letters to a Young Poet. 1993, rev. W. W. Norton & Company Ltd: London.
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