The Red Wagon Group is your choice for unique, eye-catching and informative nursing annual reports, brochures, features, newsletters and much more.
Principal Kathleen Mathieu leads an all-star team of talented professionals with decades of experience in communications—and a passion for creating custom nursing products. We are particularly skilled at working with busy nursing departments and organizations, in-house staff and other partners. Our greatest specialty is helping clients succeed, and one of our favorite topics is Magnet nursing.
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We offer more than nursing annual reports. Features, press releases, social media support, historical pieces, executive writing, biographies and profiles are just some of the items in our toolbox.
Kathleen Mathieu spotlights the accomplishments of four nurse leaders at Rutgers University School of Nursing and the school’s recent curriculum changes focused on population health.
See cover and pages 4,5,9
The report highlights the depth and breadth of Magnet nursing in the context of the organization’s professional practice model for nurses. A customized glossary supports the accomplishments explored in this two-year summary.
Proven strategies for quality care and better staff retention afforded by an innovative out-of-hospital residency program are spotlighted in an engaging brochure. The marketing piece is used to introduce prospective employers to this trailblazing program.
It was an honor to be selected to plan and author the first annual report for the New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing, an organization at the forefront of nursing workforce solutions. The NJCCN is a leader in the rapidly evolving national healthcare environment.
Kathleen Mathieu pays tribute to perioperative nurses in this feature widely distributed in local newspapers and on the Internet.
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This exceptionally well-received publication presents a nursing department’s journey to excellence in the guise of a travelogue. A joyous approach to the topic of nursing produced this internal and external success.
Is your organization on the Magnet journey? Your annual report should be as unique and remarkable as that experience.
Put a face on it
Quality is its hallmark
Shared decision-making and governance
A treasure chest
Empowerment and growth
Guideposts on the
Journey to Excellence
From inspiring leadership to inspired healthcare
Patient advocacy, innovation and quality improvement
The art and science of nursing
Bedside nurse to agent for global change
Roadmap to tomorrow