The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International received eight honors for books in the American Journal of Nursings Book of the Year Awards. Six of the books were recognized with first place distinctions, which gave STTI more first-place awards than any other publisher honored, according to a news release.
The STTI award recipients include:
Re-Entry: A Guide for Nurses Dealing with Substance Use Disorder, which received a first-place award in both the History and Public Policy and Professional Development and Issues categories.
Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual: The Henry Street Model for Nurses, Second Edition, which received first place in Community/Public Health.
The Nerdy Nurses Guide to Technology, which received first place in Information Technology/Social Media.
Staff Educators Guide to Clinical Orientation: Onboarding Solutions for Nurses, which received first place in Nursing Education/Continuing Education.
Person and Family Centered Care, which received first place in the Nursing Management/Leadership category.
Mastering Simulation: A Handbook for Success, which received a third-place award in the Information Technology/Social Media category.
Transforming Interprofessional Partnerships: A New Framework for Nursing and Partnership-Based Health Care, which received a second-place award in the Professional Development and Issues category.
To receive eight of these awards, covering such a wide range of topics, is truly amazing, STTI Publisher Dustin Sullivan said in a news release. We are extraordinarily fortunate to work with authors who demonstrate such a broad expanse of expertise and quality of knowledge.
Read more at http://www.nursingknowledge.org/ajnbookawards2014.html.