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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222433/the-impact-of-education-and-simulation-on-pediatric-novice-nurses-response-and-recognition-to-deteriorating
#1
Kristen Straka, Marnie Burkett, Michelle Capan, Jan Eswein
Adverse patient events related to preventable errors while hospitalized resulted in need for interventions to improve outcomes. One identified error is the lack of symptom recognition during patient deterioration. Pediatric patients' symptoms during deterioration vary from their adult counterparts and often go unrecognized. A Pediatric Crisis Recognition and Management course was designed to assist the novice pediatric nurse to recognize and respond appropriately through the use of high-fidelity simulation enhancing their clinical skills and improving patient outcomes during a crisis...
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222432/measuring-the-impact-of-an-educational-program-on-nurses-teaching-an-evidence-based-approach-to-oral-mucositis
#2
Carol A Tringali, Mary Louise Kanaskie
Oral mucositis, a cancer therapy side effect, can negatively affect quality of life. This study evaluated the effect of an educational program on nurses' knowledge and perceived need to change oral mucositis management practice. This study revealed that nurses' knowledge and perceived need to change practice were positively affected by the educational program.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222430/the-tipping-point
#3
Mary Beth Modic, Mary Schoessler
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222429/arkansas-children-s-hospital-a-framework-for-education-and-professional-development
#4
Tammy Webb, Wanda M Walker
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222428/electronic-classroom-supporting-nursing-education
#5
Lorene Payne
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222427/a-pediatric-resource-nurse-program-for-nonpediatric-nurses
#6
Julie A Bell, Tonja G Schroder, Cheryl F Morris
Children receiving care in primarily adult areas, such as emergency or procedural departments, may receive care from nonpediatric nurses. A pediatric resource nurse program offered didactic and hands-on education in pediatric assessment and care. Participants significantly improved self-reported knowledge, skill, and comfort level. Course development and initial learner results are described.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222426/online-learning-an-innovative-solution-to-meeting-the-challenges-of-staff-education
#7
Brenda Elliott, Cynthia A Dillon
Scheduling traditional continuing education and required classes for homecare staff can be challenging, resulting in low attendance and compliance rates. Innovative, flexible, and accessible educational opportunities are needed to meet clinicians' educational needs. This article describes the affect of implementing online learning at one homecare agency. Implementation of online learning has resulted in an improvement in staff satisfaction, increase in compliance, and cost savings.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222425/assessing-nurses-continuing-education-preferences-in-rural-community-and-urban-academic-settings
#8
COMPARATIVE STUDY
Denise K Gormley, Amy J Costanzo, Margaret R Lewis, Bill Slone, Christine L Savage
Continuing education programs that increase nursing knowledge and collaboration are needed across urban and rural settings. A survey was distributed to determine interest in nursing grand rounds and preferred educational modalities at two unaffiliated hospitals. Results revealed that nurses from the urban and rural hospitals were interested in nursing grand rounds as a recorded online offering, thus providing valuable information used to develop a nursing grand rounds program.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222424/designing-a-process-for-simulation-based-annual-nurse-competency-assessment
#9
Eugene M E Waterval, Kelly Stephan, Denise Peczinka, Amber Shaw
The education council at Orlando Regional Medical Center identified a need to improve the annual nurse competency assessment. A revision process was implemented to improve the method and efficiency of assessing nurse competency. This process included evaluating population-specific competencies using simulation-based scenarios that were developed by a multidisciplinary team. The results showed high participant satisfaction scores and cost savings because of an individualized, efficient approach and bundling of resources...
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222423/retention-of-new-graduate-nurses-the-literature-informs-staff-educators
#10
REVIEW
Roxanne Moran
The authors examine the literature on resiliency and relate important concepts to the retention of new graduate nurses. Changes in the support of new graduates are proposed as a means to increase retention in the nursing profession. Developing resilient graduate nurses who can withstand the pressures of the workplace is at the center of retention efforts.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222422/use-of-high-fidelity-simulation-for-staff-education-development-a-systematic-review-of-the-literature
#11
Virginia J Hallenbeck
Currently, high-fidelity simulations (HFS) are widely used in nursing education and are being introduced into acute care to assist with orientation programs, continuing education, certification courses, and staff development. In a review of the literature, many articles were found that describe HFS and its advantages and how to use the technology. But, there are few research studies to support the use. Upon completion of a review of the literature and an analysis of utility, the data do not clearly show that HFS is the best practice for the orientation and education of staff nurses...
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23222421/-the-development-of-an-educational-intervention-to-address-workplace-bullying-letter-to-the-editor
#12
LETTER
Deirdre Williams
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992644/engaging-nurses-in-research-utilization
#13
Wendy Wintersgill, Erlinda C Wheeler
Research skills education is needed for nurses at all levels: novice, intermediate, and advanced. Nurse educators can help novice nurse researchers develop skills such as performing literature searches and critiquing research articles, which are necessary to develop and update clinical practice guidelines and implement evidence-based practice. The purpose of this article is to describe an innovative approach to encourage nurses to perform literature searches and critique research articles as a means to eventually engage in evidence-based practice...
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992642/storytelling%C3%A2-a-tool-for-education-leadership-and-team-building
#14
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No abstract text is available yet for this article.
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992641/nursing-professional-development-stories-tips-and-techniques
#15
Susan Montenery, Joanne Shearer, Sue Johnson
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992640/the-transition-from-student-to-new-registered-nurse-in-professional-practice
#16
Cynthia M Thomas, Evelyn Bertram, Roberta L Allen
This qualitative study presents the transition experience of new registered nurses during the first year of professional practice. Four themes emerged: feelings of frustration and being overwhelmed, preceptors, fear, and the orientation process. The orientation process, quality, competent preceptors, and reducing lateral violence are key strategies to successfully retain new nurses. Nurse educators have a crucial role during nurse orientation, training preceptors, and reducing violent behaviors in the workplace...
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992639/the-midlife-learner
#17
Deborah J Laughlin
The author reviews the literature regarding midlife adult learners to determine the best educational methods to positively affect retention. Developing hospital-based educational programs will meet the needs of the midlife learner and help retain nurses. Strategies reviewed include intergenerational mentoring, adapting to physiological age-related changes, linking new and prior learning, allowing time to acquire new skills, and deliberate planning for the future.
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992638/a-mentoring-model-for-evidence-based-practice-in-a-community-hospital
#18
Lois A Morgan
Significant emphasis has been placed on reducing barriers to implementing evidence-based practice and improving patient outcomes. The purpose of this study was to determine whether a mentor-led evidence-based practice quality improvement project would reduce professional nurses' perceptions of barriers to using best practice research findings in their practice to influence patient outcomes related to pressure ulcer prevalence.
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992637/direct-care-nurses-knowledge-in-acute-myocardial-infarction-treatment
#19
Thea Eckman, Rebecca Haley, Elisabeth Bradley, Maria Albert, Paul Kolm, Claudine Jurkovitz
An acronym, a button, a script card, and a lot of fun are all an educator needs to turn dreaded education into a great learning experience for nurses as well as the patients. A multidisciplinary team pilot tested a new learning approach on a cardiac step-down unit. The goal was to educate both nurses and patients about the American Heart Association's Get-With-the-Guidelines Program for Coronary Artery Disease. The educational strategies were successful, and data revealed an increase in nursing knowledge of core measures...
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22992636/designing-a-needs-assessment-survey-for-clinical-nurse-educators
#20
Ruth H Johnson, Christen Puglia
Clinical nurse educators frequently have a wide range of job responsibilities. In the changing healthcare environment, the identification of education needs must be specific, measurable, and applicable to their assigned responsibilities. A literature search into academic and industry professional development helped the authors develop a needs assessment survey for clinical nurse educators.
September 2012: Journal for Nurses in Staff Development: JNSD
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