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When nurses hurt nurses FAcilitAted Workshop Available at: Workbook 7.0 contact hours Awarded by psnA Nursing is viewed as the most trusted 3.0 contact hours awarded by PSNA when nurses hurt nurses Cheryl Dellasega, PhD, CRNP and caring profession and yet nurse-onnurse bullying is a reality. Not only does it affect morale and professional selfesteem, but it jeopardizes patient care. The When Nurses Hurt Nurses Workbook provides guidance on recognizing relationally aggressive behaviors, diffusing confrontational situations and applying interpersonal communication skills. Dr. Cheryl Dellasega equips nurses with tools to recognize relational aggression and promote change. Learning Activities enhance the reader’s application of these tools. By the end of this workbook, nurses will find their “a-ha” moment. This is an essential resource in creating a safer, more respectful workplace. Workshop FAQs • • • • • • Bundle of 10 books + 7.0 continuing nursing education credits for 10 rns + 4 one-hour live webinars Cost $500 Structure: Workbook activities ahead of one-hour live sessions Additional books and CNE hours = $50 per RN Option for 4-hour live in-person conference – Additional fees apply Live sessions presented by PSNA PA State Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. About the Author: Dr. Cheryl Dellasega is a relational aggression expert and the author of six books on issues affecting women, including When Nurses Hurt Nurses and Surviving Ophelia. As a professor of humanities in the College of Medicine and professor of women’s studies at The Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Dellasega is actively involved in medical education. She also conducts research on psychosocial issues and leads community outreach efforts. She has appeared as an expert on national and local TV and radio shows and in print including: The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Gayle King Show, Redbook and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Questions: contact Aislynn Moyer at Winter 2014 Pennsylvania Nurse 13