The Call of Nursing
Offers a rare glimpse into the professional lives of twenty-three nurses practicing around the U.S. and the world.
Protecting Our Future: Educating a Cybersecurity Workforce
Volume 2 completes the comprehensive examination of the cybersecurity threats to our nation.
An honest portrayal of what it really takes to live with and manage type 1 diabetes, a chronic, life-threatening disease.
Cybersecurity in Our Digital Lives
explains vulnerabilities and responsibilities within social media, mobile, supply chain, C-Suite, Internet of Things, and more.
Learning at the Speed of Light
Stories from 18 educators, visionaries, and tech geniuses from across the U.S. whose early ideas about access to higher education became known as online learning.
A glimpse into the harsh realities of the firefighters and paramedics of Troy, a down-at-the-heels, rust-belt city in upstate New York.
America’s Broken Promise
Offers new ways for community colleges, which often struggle with competing missions, to bridge the achievement gap.
Retire the Colors
Thought-provoking stories from nineteen veterans and civilians who reveal rarely seen perspectives on the aftereffects of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Competency-based Education & Assessment
Provides essential, preliminary direction in assessment in a competency-based education environment.
Nursing in the 21st Century (N21)
Issue 1: June 2013
A response to the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) report, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.”
Issue 2: January 2014
Considers the status of IPE – interprofessional education. IPE in the classroom, and IPC – interprofessional collaboration – in the work force, have been discussed for nearly forty years. Now, its time has finally arrived.
Issue 3: June 2014
Considers toxic hierarchies, workplace violence, and how abusive behaviors impact patient care. Four contributors look at dangerous behaviors and how to modify them for better patient outcomes.
Issue 4: January 2015
Looks at trends to prolong life at all costs, and the value of having conversations about mortality and end-of-life care, before it’s too late.
Issue 5: July 2015
Inspired by the release of the new book, The Patient Will See You Now (Eric Topol, MD), this issue looks at how nursing will and is responding to patients as they join health care conversations and care plans.
Issue 6: March 2016
Offers a new look at ageism, coordinating care for older patients, and different ways nursing education and the workforce are preparing for the burgeoning number of patients over 65.