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INDIANAPOLIS — Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma) was awarded four 2017 American Journal of Nursing
) Book of the Year Awards. Sigma’s publishing team has been recognized by the American Journal of Nursing
each year since 2009.
The following books published by Sigma received 2017 awards:
• Building a Culture of Ownership in Healthcare
by Joe Tye and Bob Dent was awarded first place
in the Professional Issues category. Building a Culture of Ownership in Healthcare
takes readers on a journey from accountability to ownership — providing a proven mode, strategies, and practical solutions to help improve organizational culture in the healthcare setting. Readers learn how investing in their organization and people can enable a significant, successful change in productivity; employee engagement; nurse satisfaction, recruitment, and retention; quality of care; patient satisfaction; and financial outcomes.
• Home Care Nursing: Surviving in an Ever-Changing Care Environment
by Tina M. Marrelli was awarded second place
in the Community/Public Health/Home Health category. Home Care Nursing
is the definitive resource for understanding the challenges and complexities of home-based healthcare. Written without jargon or insider acronyms, Home Care Nursing
is a practical yet comprehensive guidebook valuable to anyone connected to home care nursing services.
• Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model: Strategies to Advance Nursing Excellence
by Deborah Dang, Judith Rohde, and Jeannette Suflita was awarded second place
in the Public Policy category. Johns Hopkins Nursing Professional Practice Model
presents a model proven to inspire professional nurses to deliver exceptional care and outcomes. This how-to guide details how to build a supportive infrastructure and culture that fosters collaboration, stimulates innovation, and empowers nurses to achieve success in exceptional ways.
• The Nurse Manager's Guide to Innovative Staffing, Second Edition
by Jennifer Mensik was awarded third place
in the Nursing Management and Leadership category. The Nurse Manager’s Guide to Innovative Staffing, Second Edition
, is a practical guide to help managers get a handle on every staffing issue, from assessing their current state to understanding and implementing unique care delivery models to leveraging innovative solutions to staffing challenges.
“The American Journal of Nursing
Book of the Year Awards are highly regarded in nursing and we are honored that we have four new recipients this year,” said Sigma Publisher Dustin Sullivan. “Our run over the past decade has been outstanding, and I am proud of our authors and editorial team for maintaining such high publishing standards year after year. The 2017 awardees continue our tradition of crafting high-quality books that are among the most respected in the field.”
Read more about the winners
. Sigma’s 2017 AJN
recipients are available for purchase in the Sigma Marketplace
and bookstores throughout the world.