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: In healthcare, teamwork is promoted as a means of delivering high-quality care. Although the literature emphasizes the personal responsibility of healthcare workers to work effectively within teams, it is equally vital to understand the role of leaders in supporting teamwork. In a focused ethnography that examined teamwork and its impact on care delivery and job satisfaction for healthcare workers, our participants shared how their leaders impacted team functioning. In this study, we examined ...
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#1Erin Kitt-LewisH-Index: 2
#2Susan J. LoebH-Index: 17
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#1Erin Kitt-LewisH-Index: 2
#2Susan J. LoebH-Index: 17
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: Conducting research in corrections can contribute to improved individual and public health. Challenges to gaining entry to correctional settings to conduct research can impede research productivity, delay the launch of studies and inhibit researchers from proposing health research in corrections. The purpose of this paper is to share lessons learned from a large-scale corrections research project designed to develop computer-based learning modules to train front-line corrections personnel abou...
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: Correctional Health Services (CHS) became part of the Provincial Health Services Authority in British Columbia (BC) in October, 2017. There are 2,700 clients in BC in 10 facilities, and approximately 60% of these clients have mental health issues and/or substance use issues. To address healthcare quality complaints and queries for this unique setting, in keeping with provincial legislation, nursing role of the patient care quality specialist was created in 2018. Challenges, particularly relate...
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: Clinical placements in correctional settings offer nursing students unique opportunities for learning mental health and community health concepts, including social justice, restorative justice and the impact of poverty and marginalization on health and life choices. Although there is some evidence to suggest that a small number of nursing programs use clinical placements in correctional settings, relatively little scholarly literature addresses nursing education in such settings, or the implic...
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#1Joan AlmostH-Index: 16
#2Wendy GiffordH-Index: 12
Last. Crystal MillerH-Index: 2
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: In Canada, responsibility for corrections is divided between federal, provincial and territorial governments, with nurses being the largest group of healthcare professionals working in correctional institutions (penitentiaries, jails, prisons, correctional centres and secure correctional treatment centres) across the country. Correctional institutions are among the most challenging workplace settings for nurses, as they face competing tensions between the provision of quality care and strict s...
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#1Cindy Peternelj-Taylor (U of S: University of Saskatchewan)H-Index: 11
: In this issue, articles that embody the complexity and diversity of nursing care in correctional environments are showcased, highlighting the contributions of nursing leaders from across Canada and the United States. The papers featured herein represent unique educational initiatives, clinical practice contexts and research perspectives. Together their contributions challenge the notions of physical and professional "hiddenness" (Goddard et al. 2019) as they unmask the strides being made in th...
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#1Karen A. Monsen (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 12
Last. Daniel J. Pesut (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 16
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: Understanding organizational cultures helps leaders focus on the content, context and levels of perspective needed to be successful leaders in the area of nursing informatics. The Minnesota Nursing Informatics Leadership Inventory (MNILI) was developed to expand assessment options and tools in the area of nursing informatics leadership. This article describes the result of the pilot test of the instrument. Using an ordinal Likert scale (0 = not like me to 4 = very much like me), respondents ra...
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#2Monique Mallet-Boucher (UNB: University of New Brunswick)H-Index: 1
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: Atlantic Canada hosts six federal and 18 provincial correctional facilities distributed across the four provinces. All employ nurses and offer significant career opportunities, yet minimal content related to forensic nursing is provided in nursing curricula. Furthermore, there is a paucity of continuing educational offerings for Canadian forensic nurses. This article describes the series of events that brought the practice of forensic nursing to the forefront of provincial news media. Actions ...
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The journey to this issue on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) began when the CJNL editorial director received two unsolicited NCLEX-focused manuscripts for consideration to publish. Adding to the growing body of articles and news stories published about the NCLEX since its 2015 implementation in Canada, the two papers revealed that the NCLEX-RN remains a controversial and unresolved issue for our profession. CJNL has long published special issues to focus attention on specific ...
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