The Power of Ten (Second Edition)

Through essays, actions items, discussion points, and data, The Power of Ten, Second Edition, will help nurses take a bold step toward not only continuing the conversation but leading the way into the future of nursing.

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In this all-new edition, authors Susan B. Hassmiller and Jennifer S. Mensik connected with more than 50 national and international nurse leaders to survey the most pressing issues in the profession focusing on the obstacles nurses face while challenging long-held beliefs that have stymied progress in moving the profession forward. From that feedback, the authors compiled a new list of top 10 priorities: educational reform, academic progression, diversity, interprofessional collaboration, systems thinking, voice of nursing, global stewardship, practice authority, delivery of care, and professional handoff.

Through essays, actions items, discussion points, and data, The Power of Ten, Second Edition, will help nurses take a bold step toward not only continuing the conversation but leading the way into the future of nursing.

The authors’ royalties from this book will be donated equally to American Red Cross nursing programs and the American Nurses Foundation.

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Doody Review

“This book provides a platform for nurses in all aspects of the profession to contemplate the priority issues of our day and generate solutions to further the culture of health in the United States and throughout the world. Nurses are valued as a professional group with the power and influence to change the world. This book is quick and to the point -- perfect as a catalyst for the agenda of nursing in our time. The future of nursing, regardless of the setting or practice, depends on meaningful dialogue and the professional influence of nursing on the health of the world.”

-Kathy M Forrest, MSN, MA, BSN(Michigan State University College of Nursing)

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About the Authors

Susan B. Hassmiller, PHD, RN, FAAN, is the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Senior Advisor for Nursing, co-director of the Foundation’s Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action (with AARP), and co-director of the future of Nursing Scholars program.

Jennifer S. Mensik, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, is Vice President of CE Programming for OnCourse Learning and faculty for DNP and undergraduate programs at Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovations.