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Heather V. Nelson-Brantley
University of Kansas
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#2Claire Poague (KU: University of Kansas)
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Abstract Context Patients with cancer experience many symptoms that disrupt quality of life, and symptom communication and management can be challenging. The Edmonton Symptom Assessment System (ESAS) was developed to standardize assessment and documentation of symptoms, yet research is needed to understand patients’ and caregivers’ experiences using the tool and its ability to impact patient-provider aligned care. Objectives To understand how the ESAS shapes communication between patients and pr...
Health systems produce vast amounts of complex, multidimensional data. Health systems nurse leaders, informaticians, and nurse researchers must partner to turn these data into actionable information to drive quality clinical outcomes. The authors review health systems in the era of big data, identif
The 2018 International Nursing Administration Research Conference, Grassroots to Global, was held in Atlanta, Georgia, with attendees from 38 US states, Canada, and China. Presenters discussed the need for nurse leaders to be prepared to partner with those inside and outside of healthcare to create
Background and Purpose: Nurses have been called to lead the transformation of health care to provide more efficient, safe, high quality care. However, little is known about how to prepare and enable critical access hospital (CAH) nurse executives to lead change. Research indicates that Magnet ® -designated hospitals have significantly better patient and organizational outcomes as compared to non-Magnet hospitals. The purpose of this study was to synthesize challenges faced by CAH nurse executive...
#1Heather V. Nelson-Brantley (KU: University of Kansas)H-Index: 1
#2Debra J. Ford (KU: University of Kansas)H-Index: 7
Aim To report an analysis of the concept of leading change. Background Nurses have been called to lead change to advance the health of individuals, populations, and systems. Conceptual clarity about leading change in the context of nursing and healthcare systems provides an empirical direction for future research and theory development that can advance the science of leadership studies in nursing. Design Concept analysis. Data sources CINAHL, PubMed, PsycINFO, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences ...
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