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As an international speaker and consultant, Dr. Renee Thompson tackles the clinical and professional challenges facing healthcare leaders today. With 26 years as a clinical nurse, nurse educator, and nurse executive, Dr. Thompson is an expert on workplace bullying, professional development, and clinical competence.

Renee is the CEO and President of RTConnections, LLC and has been repeatedly published, interviewed, and awarded for her work to educate, connect, and inspire current and future nurses. Renee is the author of several books, including “Do No Harm” Applies to Nurses Too!, and Celebrate Nursing: Human by Birth – Hero by Choice.

Renee received the Nursing Excellence award as a nurse entrepreneur to honor her work to eliminate workplace bullying, received the first Outstanding Nursing Alumni for Excellence in Leadership Award from CCAC and Distinguished Alumni, and was a finalist in the Healthcare Heroes Awards as a Healthcare Provider in her hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. Her blog, RTConnections, has won numerous awards as a Top Nursing Blog “must-read” by the online nursing community.

Renee has a Masters degree in Nursing Education and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Pittsburgh. To stay connected with nurses, Renee continues to practice as a bedside nurse.

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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

 

Whether delivering care at the bedside or managing a department, all levels of health care employees need leadership skills. This is what I do.

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CLINICAL COMPETENCE

 

Successful delivery of superb quality, safe, and effective patient care requires highly skilled and competent clinicians. This is what we do.

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WORKPLACE BULLYING

 

When workplace bullying exists, it undermines an organization’s ability to provide high quality, safe, and effective care. This is what I’m known for.

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 The #1 question nurses ask me is, “Is my coworker a bully, or a drama queen, or maybe just a jerk? Or, maybe my coworker is just having a bad day.” In this video, we will discuss the definition of true bullying versus everything else.

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