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Inside the Latest Issue

  • Messages From Executive Leadership

  • The ADVOCACY of Nursing
    Coaches in Your Corner
  • The SCIENCE of Nursing
    Examining Events to Heighten Safety

  • The ETHICS of Nursing
    A Path to Just Decisions

  • The ART of Nursing
    Improved Transitions for Behavioral Health Patients

  • Nightingale Awards
  • Nursing News & Notes

  • A Message From The President of The Alumnae Association

  • Alumnae Spotlight
    “Like One Big Family!”

  • A Look Back
    An Independent Spirit

  • The PILLBOX Alumnae News
    News and photos from our graduates

  • In Memoriam


 
Hartford Hospital Nursing is a publication of the Hartford Hospital Department of Nursing and the Alumnae Association of the Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. The magazine highlights the activities and achievements of the Hartford Hospital nursing staff and alumnae of the Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. Their stories are told through a variety of articles and news items focusing on the key areas including practice, education, leadership and research.
 
Past Issues

Editorial Staff
  • Michaela Donnelly (editorial staff)
  • Deborah Durbin (editorial staff)
  • Noreen Kirk (writer)
  • Alan Colavecchio (designer)
  • Chris Rakoczy (photography)
Advisory Board
  • Cheryl Ficara, RN, MS, NEA-BC
    Vice President, Patient Care Services,
    Hartford Hospital
  • Gail Nelson, RN, MS, NEA-BC
    Director of Professional Development
    and Performance Improvement,
    Hartford Hospital
  • Betty Ann Fusco, RN
    President, Alumnae Association of the
    Hartford Hospital School of Nursing, HHSN ’66
  • Patricia Andreana Ciarcia, RN, MSN
    Executive Director of Alumnae Affairs,
    Alumnae Association of the Hartford Hospital
    School of Nursing, HHSN ’62
 
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