This highly anticipated, fully revised second edition revisits and augments the award-winning Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education. In this comprehensive new guide, author Cynthia Clark explores the problem of incivility within nursing academe and provides practical solutions that range from ready-to-use teaching tools to principles for broad-based institutional change. She further explores the cost and consequences of incivility, its link to stress, ways to identify the problem, and how to craft a vision for change-including bridging the gap between nursing education and practice.
Rather than dwell on the negative, this book focuses on solutions, including role-modeling and mentoring, stress management, and positive learning environments. Nursing educators at all levels will appreciate the variety of evidence-based strategies that faculty-and students-can implement to promote and maintain civility and respect in the education setting, including online learning.
Praise for Creating & Sustaining Civility in Nursing Education, Second Edition
“Dr. Cindy Clark has done an incredible task of bringing this issue to the forefront and causing us all to take a pause. Incivility is a matter that is often hard to define but you know it when you see it. Dr. Clark’s work has allowed us as nursing professionals to not only describe it but to stop it in its tracks and address the root causes. This is a must read for all as we continue to advance the practice and art of nursing!”
Anne Marie Watkins, DNP, MSHCA, RN, CENP, Chief Nurse Executive, Kaiser Permanente-San Diego
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Score: 2.4/3 (Nursing - Education)
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“This book clearly reflects the author's passion for fostering a civil learning environment. The second edition complements the first edition, as the author offers action plans to address incivility, which was assessed in the first edition. This book can empower nursing faculty and students and offers hope to the nursing profession.”
-Danielle Van Damme, DNP(University of Michigan Medical Center)
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About the Author
Cynthia Clark, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, is Strategic Nursing Advisor for ATI Nursing Education, an award-winning professor emeritus, and founder of Civility Matters TM. Her groundbreaking work on fostering civility has brought national and international attention to the controversial issues of incivility in academic and practice setting and offers best practices and evidence-based solutions to create and sustain civility and positive work environments.