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A bold, original book that sheds new light on our understanding of the role courage plays in healthcare. Critically analysing both the positive and negative implications of the presence of courage in delivering care, the authors present literature, theory, and detailed examples from practice, including whistleblower’s own accounts of courage-demanding situations. With a view to promoting better patient outcomes, well-being for practitioners, and support for those who feel compelled to ‘speak out’ and challenge bad practice, Courage in Healthcare is an invaluable resource for any healthcare practitioner working in the NHS today, a rallying call and a practical guide.

Courage to Lead
Courage to Lead
Rebecca Myers

Courage is not the absence of fear but rather the judgment that something is more important than fear; the brave may not live forever, but the cautious do not live at all. From now on you’ll be travelling the road between who you think you are and who you can be. The key is to allow yourself to make the journey.

Meg Cabot

By the nature of the work, healthcare requires difficult decisions to be made. Stepping forward to lead in any scenario, whether as the domestic on the ward to offer a suggestion on how to do something different, to the decision of a politician to invest in some services at the expense of ...

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