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Lori A Loan, Terri Ann Parnell, Jaynelle F Stichler, Diane K Boyle, Patricia Allen, Christopher A VanFosson, Amy J Barton
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November 27, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Angela R Starkweather, Bernice Coleman, Veronica Barcelona de Mendoza, Mei R Fu, Victoria Menzies, Mary O'Keefe, Janet K Williams
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November 27, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Erin D Maughan, Julia Cowell, Martha K Engelke, Ann Marie McCarthy, Martha D Bergren, M Kathleen Murphy, Charlotte Barry, Cheryl A Krause-Parello, K Beth Luthy, Eileen K Kintner, Judith A Vessey
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November 24, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Sheila A Boamah, Heather K Spence Laschinger, Carol Wong, Sean Clarke
BACKGROUND: Improving patient safety within health care organizations requires effective leadership at all levels. PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of nurse managers' transformational leadership behaviors on job satisfaction and patient safety outcomes. METHODS: A random sample of acute care nurses in Ontario (N = 378) completed the crosssectional survey. Hypothesized model was tested using structural equation modeling...
November 22, 2017: Nursing Outlook
G Adriana Perez, Diana J Mason, J Taylor Harden, Tara A Cortes
BACKGROUND: The National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence (NHCGNE) Scholars/Fellows Award Program was designed to promote the growth and development of nurse scientists, educators, and leaders in aging. PURPOSE: McBride's conceptual framework of the growth and development of nurse leaders was used to examine the NHCGNE impact on health and aging policy work among scholars/fellows, including barriers, facilitators, and resources. METHODS: A multimethod two-phased approach included an online survey (phase I) focused on research and policy impact at local, state, or national level...
November 3, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Claire C Caruso, Carol M Baldwin, Ann Berger, Eileen R Chasens, Carol Landis, Nancy S Redeker, Linda D Scott, Alison Trinkoff
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November 2017: Nursing Outlook
Jordon Bosse, Katherine Simmonds, Charlene Hanson, Joyce Pulcini, Lynne Dunphy, Patricia Vanhook, Lusine Poghosyan
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November 2017: Nursing Outlook
Karen Cox
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November 2017: Nursing Outlook
Marion E Broome
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November 2017: Nursing Outlook
Marti Rice
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October 3, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Christine T Kovner, Maja Djukic, Jin Jun, Jason Fletcher, Farida K Fatehi, Carol S Brewer
BACKGROUND: The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, The Future of Nursing, included recommendations to increase nurse diversity, the percent of nurses obtaining a bachelor's degree, and inter-professional education. PURPOSE: The purpose of this paper is to report the progress toward achievement of these recommendations. METHODS: We used a longitudinal, multi-state data from four cohorts of nurses newly licensed in 2004 to 2005, 2007 to 2008, 2010 to 2011, and 2014 to 2015 to examine and compare the trends...
September 21, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Marilyn J Rantz, Nancy M Birtley, Marcia Flesner, Charles Crecelius, Cathy Murray
BACKGROUND: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Center sponsored the initiative to reduce avoidable hospitalizations among nursing facility residents. PURPOSE: Missouri Quality Initiative (MOQI) designed inter-professional model in nursing homes with advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). METHOD: MOQI APRN model was implemented for 4 years in 16 nursing homes in a metro area of the Midwest. Hospitalizations were reduced (40% all-cause, 58% potentially avoidable), emergency room visits (54% all-cause, 65% potentially avoidable), Medicare expenditures for hospitalizations (34% all-cause, 45% potentially avoidable), and Medicare expenditures for emergency room visits (50% all-cause, 60% potentially avoidable) for long-stay nursing home residents...
September 21, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Marianne Beare Vyas, Virginia T LeBaron, Aaron M Gilson
BACKGROUND: A staggering number of Americans are dying from overdoses attributed to prescription opioid medications (POMs). In response, states are creating policies related to POM harm reduction strategies, overdose prevention, and alternative therapies for pain management, such as cannabis (medical marijuana). However, little is known about how the use of cannabis for pain management may be associated with POM use. PURPOSE: The purpose of this article is to examine state medical cannabis (MC) use laws and policies and their potential association with POM use and related harms...
September 21, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Jennifer Leeman, Linda Beeber, Eric Hodges, Shawn Kneipp, Mark Toles, Seon Ae Yeo, Jessica Z├Ęgre-Hemsey
Only a small proportion of research-tested interventions translate into broad-scale implementation in real world practice, and when they do, it often takes many years. Partnering with national and regional organizations is one strategies that researchers may apply to speed the translation of interventions into real-world practice. Through these partnerships, researchers can promote and distribute interventions to the audiences they want their interventions to reach. In this paper, we describe five nurse scientists' programs of research and their partnerships with networks of national, regional, and local organizations, including their initial formative work, activities to engage multi-level network partners, and lessons learned about partnership approaches to speeding broad-scale implementation...
September 21, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Sheila Judge Santacroce, Jennifer Leeman, Mi-Kyung Song
BACKGROUND: To reduce the burden of chronic illness, prevention and management interventions must be efficacious, adopted and implemented with fidelity, and reach those at greatest risk. Yet, many research-tested interventions are slow to translate into practice. PURPOSE: This paper describes how The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing's NINR-funded institutional pre- and postdoctoral research-training program is addressing the imperative to speed knowledge translation across the research cycle...
September 19, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Dalmacio Flores, Ross McKinney, Joyell Arscott, Julie Barroso
BACKGROUND: Requiring parental consent in studies with sexual minority youth (SMY) can sometimes be problematic as participants may have yet to disclose their sexual orientation, may not feel comfortable asking parents' permission, and may promote a self-selection bias. PURPOSE: We discuss rationale for waiving parental consent, strategies to secure waivers from review boards, and present participants' feedback on research without parents' permission. METHODS: We share our institutional review board proposal in which we made a case that excluding SMY from research violates ethical research principles, does not recognize their autonomy, and limits collection of sexuality data...
September 18, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Susan M Priano, Oi Saeng Hong, Jyu-Lin Chen
BACKGROUND: Nurses' modifiable lifestyles have important health-related consequences. PURPOSE: To examine the literature on U.S. hospital nurses' activity, diet, and health outcomes of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risks and health-related quality of life (HRQOL). METHOD: A systematic review using of the literature from June 2006 to June 2016 resulted in 13 studies on U.S. hospital nurses' diet, physical activity and CVD and HRQOL outcomes...
September 5, 2017: Nursing Outlook
Joan E Kub, Pamela A Kulbok, Sarah Miner, Jacqueline A Merrill
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September 2017: Nursing Outlook
Susan M Swider, Bobbie Berkowitz, Sarah Valentine-Maher, Shannon N Zenk, Betty Bekemeier
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September 2017: Nursing Outlook
Sally Lechlitner Lusk, Marjorie McCullagh, Victoria Vaughan Dickson, Jiayun Xu
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September 2017: Nursing Outlook
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