CHCM News & Resources
White Papers, Thought Papers & Reports
Magnet Designation: Why it Matters and What You Need to Know
Gen Guanci, MEd, RN-BC, CCRN
Relationship-Based Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Kathy Faber, MSN, RN, CNL
Patient Experience Symposium Intensive Summary: See Me as a Person
Mary Koloroutis, MSN, RN and Michael Trout, MS, BA
How Physicians can Rediscover the Joy of Practice while Improving Quality and Producing Safer Outcomes
Dan Kopp, MD
Moving from Thought Leader to Action: Who are YOU in this work?
A recap from the C-Suite Panel at the 2013 International Relationship-Based Care Symposium
100 Caregivers Share their Insights about Therapeutic Relationships
A recap from the See Me as a Person intensive session at the 2013 International Relationship-Based Care Symposium
Creating Cultures of Belonging: Welcoming and Connecting Newcomers
Marty Lewis-Hunstiger, BSN, RN, MA
HealthStream Talent Management Blog Posts
In 2013, Creative Health Care Management wrote one guest post per week on HealthStream’s Talent Management blog. For an archived list of HealthStream blog posts by CHCM consultants,
For a list of Relationship-Based Care research sources, click here.
CHCM in the News
Creative Health Care Management thought leaders continue to author and be sources in industry publications. If you want a CHCM consultant to author or be a source for your publication, please contact Director of Marketing, Corrine Fedje, at email@example.com.
The Therapeutic Use of Self: Developing Three Capacities for a More Mindful Practice
Creative Nursing Journal, Vol. 20, Issue 2, pp. 77-85
Relationship-Based Care as an Intervention of Caring for Vulnerable Adults in Home Care
International Journal for Human Caring, 2013, Vol. 17, No. 2
Using Engagement Techniques to Partner with Patients, Improve Care: How Motivational Interviewing, Therapeutic Practices Promote Patient Buy-In
Dr. Sheryl Altum and Mary Koloroutis (Article begins on page 26.)
Beryl Institute Member Spotlight: Mary Koloroutis
Book Review: See Me as a Person: Creating Therapeutic Relationships with Patients and Their Families
Creative Nursing Journal, Volume 19, Issue 2, 2013
Patricia E. Freed, RN, MSN, EdD, CNE
Nursing Competency Reform: Acute Care Facility Transforms Sometimes Chaotic Day into Organized, Useful, Scenario-Based Learning
Advance for Nurses, January, 2013
Constance Hotchkiss, MSN, RN (cites the work of CHCM Consultant, Donna Wright)
For an archive of CHCM in the News, click here.
Insights, CHCM’s eNewsletter
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CHCM Consultant Authored Resources and Videos
Consultant Authored Resources
For an archive of consultant authored resources, click here.
For an archive of consultant videos, click here.
The See Me as a Person Website
Click here to join a conversation on creating therapeutic relationships with Mary Koloroutis and Michael Trout, authors of the book See Me as a Person, mentor site visitors in the practical therapeutic arts of wondering, following, and holding on behalf of patients and their families, all within a container of presence and attunement.
For access to SeeMeAsAPerson.com, click here.
Marie Manthey’s Nursing Blog
For access to Marie’s blog, click here.
HealthStream Talent Management Blog (2013)
For access to an archive of blog posts written by CHCM consultants for HealthStream in 2013, click here.