Publicity Roundup

From the Press’s Publicity team, a roundup of recent media appearances:
Paul Dutton, author of Differential Diagnoses: A Comparative History of Health Care Problems and Solutions in the United States and France profiled on NPR on “Health Care Lessons From France”

Ussama Makdisi’s Artillery of Heaven was listed in Foreign Affairs as one of the top “Outstanding Books” for May/June 2008

Utne Reader feature on modern slavery, People for Sale excerpts stories from To Plead Our Own Cause: I Was a Slave and More Slave Stories

The second volume of Prokofiev’s diaries, Diaries: 1915–1923, was given a five-star rating in BBC Music Magazine, as noted in an earlier post. Read the reviewer’s blog post about the book: Welcome to All Pleasures

Sean Malloy discussing Atomic Tragedy on KPFA’s Cover to Cover

Sean Malloy op-ed on History News Network: What We Can Learn from Henry L. Stimson to Avoid Another Atomic Tragedy

Vicki Smith, coauthor of The Good Temp, was interviewed on KPFA’s Behind the News

Emily Monosson is the editor of Motherhood, the Elephant in the Laboratory. Her blog Science Moms grows in popularity

Review of Kelly A. Joyce’s Magnetic Appeal in Library Journal

And some media appearances related to Safety In Numbers: Nurse-to-Patient Ratios and the Future of Health Care:

Suzanne Gordon op-ed in The Boston Globe: Nursing Ratios Save Money and Lives

Suzanne Gordon and John Buchanan on WNYC’s Leonard Lopate Show: Underreported: Nurse-Patient Ratios and the Future of Health Care

Suzanne Gordon’s National Nurses Week op-ed, Lightening the Load on Nurses,
appeared in the following news outlets:

5/05/08 Rome News-Tribune
5/06/08 Huntsville Times
5/06/08 Tuscaloosa News
5/06/08 Columbus Telegram
5/07/08 Greensboro News and Record
5/08/08 Santa Barbara News-Press
5/10/08 Keene Sentinel

Library Journal review of Safety in Numbers

Publicity Roundup