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In this week’s Periop Life blog, learn how to transform a “no” into a “yes” using three fearless tactics from entrepreneur Jia Jiang. He shares how to become rejection-proof, build courage, and add context to your requests.

Research has proven that patients receive safer, more effective care when they are understood and feel a connection with their providers. Read about how to nurture relationships with Spanish-speaking patients (even if you don’t speak Spanish).

For professionals in ambulatory surgery, AORN Global Surgical Conference & Expo 2024 offers two distinct pathways. Read more about those pathways in this article.

Read about how one passionate DEI advocate recognized how including off-shift staff members in team activities built a stronger culture of inclusivity for all.

In this week's Periop Life entry, discover four strategies to ensure that your team remains both strong and safe.

Still in crisis mode from the pandemic and its aftermath, many nurses are feeling tired, a bit disgruntled, and may be looking for greener grass. In this week's Periop Life entry, Jill Graham, BSN, RN shares four tips for staff nurses to foster a more positive work culture.

Learn how to provide outstanding onboarding that minimizes risks to patients, staff members, and the overall facility.

Discover the advantages of leaders embracing a Human-Centered Leadership in Health Care approach, where they prioritize wellbeing and focus on opportunities rather than challenges.

With no direct access to additional resources for help and support in an emergency, safety drills are an essential practice to prepare ASC staff and meet regulatory requirements. Enhance your mock disaster drills with these expert tips.

Regardless of what nursing specialty you work in or who you’re interacting with, kindness and caring always shine through says AORN President, Elizabeth Pincus, MSN, MBA, RN, ACNS-BC, CNS-CP, CNOR. In this week’s Periop Life entry, Pincus shares five ways nurses can make their mark and leave a legacy.

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