Suzanne Gordon is an award-winning journalist and author. She has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic Monthly, the American Prospect, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, JAMA, The Annals of Internal Medicine, and others. She is the co-editor of the Culture and Politics of Healthcare Work series at Cornell University Press.
Suzanne is the author or co-author of ten books including Life Support: Three Nurses on the Front Lines, originally published by Little Brown & Co. It has just been reissued by Cornell University Press with a new forward by Claire Fagin and epilogue by the author and Beyond the Checklist: What Else Healthcare Can Learn from Aviation Teamwork and Safety.
Suzanne is the co-editor of eight books and co-author of From Silence to Voice: What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public. She recently edited When Chicken Soup Isn’t Enough: Stories of Nurses Standing Up For Themselves, Their Patients and Their Profession. Her latest book is First Do Less Harm: Confronting Inconvenient Problems in Patient Safety, edited with Ross Koppel (May 2012).
In December Cornell University Press will publish Suzanne’s book Collaborative Caring: Stories and Reflections on Teamwork in Healthcare, co-edited with David L. Feldman, MD and Michael Leonard, MD.
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Suzanne is a Visiting Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, an Affiliated scholar with the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine’s Wilson Centre, and, with Lisa Hayes, has written a play about patient safety and teamwork entitled Bedside Manners.