CPR Policies in Perspective
Letters to the editor
It is far more useful to provide a clear statement of what is considered rational and humane than simply to make ad hoc pleas for compassion
Optimum Care for Hopelessly Ill Patients A Report of the Critical Care Committee of the Massachusetts General Hospital* A study of the treatment of the hopelessly ill patient resulted in a recommendation for the formation of a patient-care classification system
A policy statement for hospitals concerned with regulating the process whereby orders not to resuscitate
Budgetary planning helps to make nursing goals realistic
The Unmasking of a Nursing Supervisor
A Hospital Orientation Program for Agency Nurses
Law for the nurse supervisor
Book Reviews
The art & Science of supervision