Clinical Ethics Handbook for Nurses: Emphasizing Context, Communication, and Collaboration (Springer, 2022) is a new handbook that provides tools for nurse educators, ethics educators, practicing nurses, and allied health professionals for developing confidence and skill in ethical decision-making in interdisciplinary settings such as acute and chronic care hospitals and clinics. The co-editors of the volume are Pamela Grace, a Boston College Connell School of Nursing associate professor emerita, and Aimee Milliken, a Boston College graduate who joined the Connell School faculty this summer. Guided by the editors’ experiences as practicing nurses, educators, and clinical ethicists, Clinical Ethics Handbook for Nurses provides content and strategies aimed specifically at preparing nurses—regardless of country, region, or practice specialty—to identify, analyze, and act to resolve ethical issues in practice. In addition to Grace and Milliken, other members of the Connell School community contributing to the handbook are faculty members Andrew Dwyer, Melissa Uveges, and Julie Dunne; alumnus John Welch; and DNP students Emily Ursini and Emma Blackwell.
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