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Bernadeta Goštautaitė, Ilona Bučiūnienė, Žemyna Milašauskienė, Karolis Bareikis, Eglė Bertašiūtė, Gabija Mikelionienė
Due to a flow of healthcare professionals and students from emerging to industrialized economies, healthcare systems in source countries are facing increasing threats to a people-centered quality of care. This study investigates the prevalence and underlying reasons for emigration intentions among physicians, nurses, residents, and medical students in Lithuania (total N = 1080). In our sample, 39% of students, 21% of residents, 12% of nurses, and 6% of physicians had decided to emigrate within the next two years...
July 6, 2018: Health Policy
Phyllis D Justus, Susan J Appel
As many hospitals are implementing residency programs for new graduate nurses, the utilization of high-fidelity simulation has become common. This pilot program compared simulation with participation of only new graduate nurses and new graduates with advanced care providers. Results found a statistically significant increase in knowledge of differing roles and skills in simulations that included both groups. Nursing professional development practitioners will find this helpful in designing residency programs for new graduate nurses...
July 2018: Journal for Nurses in Professional Development
Rachelle Larsen, Julia Ashley, Tess Ellens, Renee Frauendienst, Karen Jorgensen-Royce, Mary Zelenak
BACKGROUND: Due to the continued shortage of public health nurses, some local public health agencies have begun hiring new graduate baccalaureate nurses into the public health nurse role. These new graduates require an increased level of support for transition to practice. AIMS: The goal of this project was creation of a transition to practice program designed specifically to meet the needs of new graduates hired in public health settings. METHODS: The core competencies of public health nursing were used as a framework to develop this residency program...
June 27, 2018: Public Health Nursing
Aimee J Sarti, Stephanie Sutherland, Andrew Healey, Sonny Dhanani, Michael Hartwick, Simon Oczkowski, David Messenger, Karim Soliman, Ian Ball, Briseida Mema, Mikhail-Paul Cardinal, Sabira Valiani, Pierre Cardinal
PURPOSE: To describe critical care medicine residents' training, expertise, and skills regarding organ and tissue donation processes and procedures. METHODS: We undertook a qualitative multicentre study and employed a purposive sample of program directors, physicians, nurses, residents, and organ donation leaders from all nine academic intensive care unit (ICU) training centres (five adult, four pediatric) in Ontario (n = 71). Interviews, conducted by telephone between December 2015 and March 2016, were audio-recorded and transcribed verbatim...
June 26, 2018: Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia, Journal Canadien D'anesthésie
Leslie Martin, Ameen Patel, Katrina Piggott, Arthur Wong, Alexandra Patel, Matthew Patel, Yudong Liu, Sukhbinder Dhesy-Thind, Parveen Wasi, John J You
BACKGROUND: Allied health care professionals can contribute meaningfully to goals-of-care discussions with seriously ill hospitalized patients and their families. We sought to explore the perspective of hospital-based allied health care professionals on their role in goals-of-care discussions and to identify barriers to their participation. METHODS: We surveyed allied health care professionals (social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, registered dietitians, speech-language pathologists and pharmacists) on internal medicine, hematology-oncology, medical oncology and radiation oncology wards at 2 tertiary care hospitals in Hamilton, Ontario, from April 2013 to May 2014...
April 2018: CMAJ Open
Maravillas Torrecilla-Abril, Ana Patricia Crespo-Mateos, Esther Cartagena-Martínez, Milagros Oyarzabal-Arocena, Clara Isabel Pérez-Ortiz
OBJECTIVE: To determine the interest of nursing residents in the training areas of Family and Community Nursing (EFyC) at the beginning of their training, to evaluate community activities in health centres and to determine satisfaction with the training received and activities carried out. METHOD: We present the experience of training in the public and community health competencies of EFyC Nursing from 2014 to 2017 in a multiprofessional teaching unit. The training was divided into 3theoretical modules...
May 30, 2018: Enfermería Clínica
Kelly Ackerson, Kristy A Stiles
BACKGROUND: More than 1 million nurses are expected to retire in the next 10 to 15 years. Retaining new nurses is important to help decrease turnover, vacancies, and organizational cost. The objective of this review was to explore what the literature informs us regarding nurse residency programs implementation in acute care settings and their ability to retain nurses. METHOD: Through a search of the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, Ovid Nursing Journals, and ProQuest Health and Medical Complete databases, 42 articles were selected for full review...
June 1, 2018: Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing
Colleen J Goode, Kimberly S Glassman, Patricia Reid Ponte, Mary Krugman, Tammy Peterman
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May 2018: Nursing Outlook
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May 2018: Journal for Nurses in Professional Development
Jennifer K Stephenson, Sheryl Cosme
The purpose of this literature review was to explore evaluation instruments used by nurse residency programs to evaluate outcomes. The 15 studies found yielded 26 instruments, and all instruments were subjective, dated, and varied in how they were used. Nursing professional development practitioners should use a combination of reliable, valid, and current evaluation methods to appraise their nurse residency programs in order to demonstrate program quality and effectiveness.
May 2018: Journal for Nurses in Professional Development
John R Richards, Taylor L Stayton, Jason A Wells, Aman K Parikh, Erik G Laurin
Objective: Determine differences between faculty, residents, and nurses regarding night shift preparation, performance, recovery, and perception of emotional and physical health effects. Methods: Survey study performed at an urban university medical center emergency department with an accredited residency program in emergency medicine. Results: Forty-seven faculty, 37 residents, and 90 nurses completed the survey. There was no difference in use of physical sleep aids between groups, except nurses utilized blackout curtains more (69%) than residents (60%) and faculty (45%)...
April 30, 2018: Clinical and Experimental Emergency Medicine
Jessica Castner, Heidi Suffoletto
INTRODUCTION: ED crowding is a public health crisis, limiting quality and access to lifesaving care. The purpose of this study was to (1) evaluate the feasibility of radio-frequency identification tags to measure clinician-patient contact and (2) to test the relationship between ED occupancy and clinician-patient contact time. METHODS: In this 4-week observational study, radio-frequency identification tags were worn by emergency clinicians in a 21-bay urban teaching hospital emergency department...
April 25, 2018: Journal of Emergency Nursing: JEN: Official Publication of the Emergency Department Nurses Association
Jeanne Merkle Sorrell, Christine Szweda
Hospitals are increasingly implementing residencies to help ensure that new graduate nurses are prepared to provide safe and effective care. At the Cleveland Clinic, a docudrama focused on ethical concerns in living with dementia was implemented into a 6-month pilot new graduate nurse residency program. Outcomes suggest that the docudrama helped nurse residents gain empathy and understanding through stepping into the lives of families experiencing dementia.
April 1, 2018: Creative Nursing
John R Richards, J Adam Hawkins, Eric W Acevedo, Erik G Laurin
BACKGROUND: To determine differences in perception between nurses, residents, and faculty regarding characteristics and treatment of patients who use methamphetamine (meth). METHODS: Survey study performed at an urban, university Level I trauma medical center. RESULTS: A total of 80 nurses, 39 residents, and 45 faculty completed the survey. All groups agreed that meth was a significant problem nationwide and in our emergency department (ED)...
March 29, 2018: Substance Abuse
Manoel Vieira de Miranda Neto, Talita Rewa, Valéria Marli Leonello, Maria Amélia de Campos Oliveira
OBJECTIVE: Reflect on the role of advanced practice nursing (APN) in the context of Brazilian primary health care. METHOD: analysis of the main scientific productions and of the discussion on the implementation of APN. RESULTS: there are favorable areas for the work of APN in primary health care, especially in the family health strategy. Professional master's degree and nurse residency programs constitute powerful training spaces. As a challenge, standardized definition of the roles of advanced practice nurses and of minimum training for work are necessary...
2018: Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem
Laura M Wagner, Mary A Dolansky, Robert Englander
BACKGROUND: Further efforts are warranted to identify innovative approaches to best implement competencies in nursing education. To bridge the gap between competency-based education, practice, and implementation of knowledge, skills, and attitudes, one emerging approach is entrustable professional activities (EPAs). PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to introduce the concept of EPAs as a framework for curriculum and assessment in graduate nursing education and training...
May 2018: Nursing Outlook
Alyssa Indar, Sherry Espin, Karen LeGrow, Nadine Janes
BACKGROUND: The use of teaching-learning strategies that emphasize critical reflection aids students in making sense of complex clinical placement settings, such as those in long-term care (LTC) settings. METHOD: A qualitative descriptive research design was used to explore the assumptions, anticipations, and realizations of six undergraduate nursing students regarding aging, gerontological nursing, and LTC as they engaged in facilitated critical reflection activities during a 12-week LTC placement...
March 1, 2018: Journal of Nursing Education
JaBaris D Swain, Colleen Sinnott, Suellen Breakey, Rian Hasson Charles, Gita Mody, Napthal Nyirimanzi, Ceeya Patton-Bolman, Patricia Come, Gapira Ganza, Emmanuel Rusingiza, Nathan Ruhamya, Joseph Mucumbitsi, Jorge Borges, Martin Zammert, Jochen D Muehlschlegel, Robert Oakes, Bruce Leavitt, R Morton Bolman
OBJECTIVE: Despite its near complete eradication in resource-rich countries, rheumatic heart disease remains the most common acquired cardiovascular disease in sub-Saharan Africa. With a ratio of physicians/population of 1 per 10,500, including only 4 cardiologists for a population of 11.4 million, Rwanda represents a resource-limited setting lacking the local capacity to detect and treat early cases of strep throat and perform lifesaving operations for advanced rheumatic heart disease...
June 2018: Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
R F AbuAlRub, M G Abu Alhaija'a
AIMS: To explore the challenges that face Jordanian nurses in the first year of employment; and understand the benefits and barriers of implementing a Nursing Residency Program from the perspectives of nurses and key informants. BACKGROUND: Many researchers reported that novice nurses do not have an adequate level of competence needed in the real clinical practice to meet the increasing demands of healthcare systems. METHODS: A descriptive qualitative approach using individual interviews and focus group discussions was utilized...
March 2, 2018: International Nursing Review
Vickie Adams, Stephanie Burger, Kaile Crawford, Robyn Setter
Nursing professional development practitioners have the responsibility to find creative and innovative ways to teach and provide learners with the education needed to practice safely in the hospital setting. This article describes an interactive game-based learning experience as a way to engage and empower both nurse residents and experienced nurses.
March 2018: Journal for Nurses in Professional Development
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