Journal of Nursing Administration
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#1Kelley Kostich (Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College)
#2Sue LasiterH-Index: 9
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OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this scoping study is to review the published evidence regarding staff nurses' perceptions of nurse manager caring behaviors. BACKGROUND: As healthcare administration becomes more complex and financial challenges continue, the ability of nurse managers to lead patient care environments that produce desirable outcomes becomes critical. Demonstrating caring behaviors that build relationships with individuals and groups is a necessary competency of nursing administrators t...
#1Whitney E. Zahnd (USC: University of South Carolina)H-Index: 10
#2Elizabeth CrouchH-Index: 4
Last. Jan M. EberthH-Index: 13
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This article examines perceived job preparedness by demographic and professional characteristics among practicing RNs who completed a national survey. Rural and male nurses felt less prepared for nursing practice and may benefit from tailored educational experiences to improve perceptions of being prepared for the workforce.
Multisite study participation provides an opportunity for hospitals to gain access to the resources required to facilitate nursing research. The nurse-led Parent Educational Discharge Support Strategies for children newly diagnosed with cancer (PEDSS) multisite study engaged direct care nurses for successful implementation across 16 Magnet-designated hospitals. This article addresses strategies to overcome barriers to nursing research demonstrated through the PEDSS experience.
The adoption of evidence-based decision-making and practice in healthcare has been slow. This article discusses the critical role of leaders in steering this transformative work.
#1Heather V. Nelson-Brantley (UNC: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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Healthcare organizations seeking to achieve or maintain Magnet or Pathway to Excellence designation are increasingly challenged to demonstrate how nurses are leading or are engaged in research and evidence-based practice. This article describes common barriers to and effective strategies for developing a culture of research and evidence-based practice, with recommendations for Magnet- and Pathway-seeking organizations.
OBJECTIVE: The aims of this study were to summarize the current state of knowledge regarding the relationship between nursing work environment (NWE) and patient outcomes and to identify gaps in the literature. BACKGROUND: There was an increased awareness of the impact of NWE on patient outcomes, in particular, related to safety and quality of care. METHOD: Scoping review was conducted. Studies published between 2002 and the 1st quarter of 2018 were included to provide an overview of the research...
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to determine the effect of an evidence-based practice (EBP) education and mentoring program on the knowledge, practice, and attitudes toward EBP among staff nurses and clinicians in a rural critical access hospital. BACKGROUND: While rural nurses value EBP, they often have more limited resources to engage in EBP activities compared with urban-based nurses. METHODS: Direct care nurses and clinicians participated in a 5-month EBP education and mentoring program...
#1Nora E Warshawsky (UCF: University of Central Florida)
#2Laura CaramanicaH-Index: 3
Last. Emily CramerH-Index: 4
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OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to provide guidance on supportive nurse manager role transition practices. BACKGROUND: The nurse manager role is increasingly more complex and the workforce is increasingly less experienced. Wide variation in nurse manager role transition exists among organizations. Nurse managers are commonly hired without requisite knowledge and are expected to learn through experience. METHODS: A mixed-methods approach was used to identify current and ideal organizational ...
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