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Archive for the ‘INCA Blog’ Category

The Journey of an Integrative Nurse Coach 

Enjoy the Dance! Greetings to my fellow nurse coaches, leaders and healers from around the world!  We are all of these things and much more.  As a Board Certified Nurse Coach and an INCCP graduate, I invite you to join me in the journey.  My evolving Nurse Coaching is a “dance” in progress.    My discoveries […]

Every Month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Susan J. Luck RN, BS, MA, HN-BC, CCN, HWNC-BC Women in the United State face a greater lifetime risk of breast cancer than any previous generation, with rates having tripled during the past 40 years. Contrary to popular belief, only about 5 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer have a link to the “breast […]

A Preview Of Coming Attractions: Field Notes From A Hospice Nurse

Posted by: INCA Blog

Source: http://www.goldendrum.org/blog/2016/4/12/a-preview-of-coming-attractions-field-notes-from-a-hospice-nurse “Thank you for the work that you do, you all are angels!” This is something families tell me as a hospice nurse. It is good to be appreciated. It brings ease to an often challenging job. Though sometimes it is said in a way that makes us hospice folk raise an eyebrow to each […]

Nurse Coaching Book Review from An Expert Nurse Theorist

Posted by: INCA Blog

I just read AHNA’s Beginnings on Nurse Coaching. Your article stood out like a brilliant light. Why? As you of course know, your emphasis on theory separated your article from the others. The Theory of Integrative Nurse Coaching briefly illustrates what your version of nurse coaching is—nurse coaching through a theoretical nursing lens. It points […]