Creative Nursing Journal

The Glen Taylor Nursing Institue for Family and Society at Minnesota State University, Mankato, Creative Health Care Management, and Springer Publishing Co. hosted a launch event for Creative Nursing Vol. 28 #4, which was guest edited by Taylor Institute Director Hans-Peter deRuiter.

The discussion with thought leaders was titled "Thinking Like a Nurse - Making an Impact on Family and Society" was recorded and is available here. 

recording of Journal Launch DISCUSSION

Creative Nursing Book cover.jpgDiscussion topics included:

• Looking at the world through the lens of family and society
• Nurses in Brazil and the US living in COVID’s misinformation, divisiveness, and fear
• Ethics and new health technologies
• Integrative nursing and the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice
• Music as medicine
• Design thinking like a nurse
• A clinical guide to caring for caregivers of patients with dementia
• Obstetric nurses’ family-focused care during simulated events
• Intersectionalizing care for transgender and non-binary patients
• Helping health professions students learn to talk to clients about suicide
• Singing gives voice to persons living with dementia
• Using hygge in coping with chronic illness
• Online affirmation discussions for first-semester nursing students