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Veronica D Feeg
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March 20, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Kareli Lugo
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February 26, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Matilde Giacomello, Cristina Canova, Renzo Zanotti
AIMS: To assess Italian nurse academics' scientific activity by exploring their publications in international journals. BACKGROUND: The scientific production of a discipline's academics is a requisite for the university accreditation process and for employment in academic positions. It can also be used as an indicator of the maturity and importance of a given discipline in a country. Italian nurse academics' scientific production has not been analyzed recently. DESIGN: Quantitative descriptive study on an observation period of 16years, from 2000 to 2016...
February 26, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Maria Luisa Martin-Ferreres, María Ángeles De Juan Pardo, Dolores Bardallo Porras, José Luis Medina Moya
BACKGROUND: The ethical values of nursing are crucial to the provision of humane care. Human dignity is a core value that must be preserved in order to deliver such care. No studies to date have compared the perceptions of nurses and/or patients regarding the components of dignified care embedded in actual clinical practice. OBJECTIVE: To explore the delivery of dignified care by professional nurses. DESIGN: Ethnographic qualitative study combining inductive and deductive methods to identify emergent themes...
February 23, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Terry L Jones, Linda H Yoder, Marianne Baernholdt
BACKGROUND: Changing health care needs are driving new models of care that emphasize care coordination, health promotion, and disease management by registered nurses (RNs). A skill-mix favoring professional (baccalaureate or above) over technical (less than baccalaureate) education is promoted by national initiatives. PURPOSE: To examine the academic preparation and progression of general practice RNs in practice settings across the care continuum. METHOD: Secondary analyses of data from the Texas Board of Nurses RN Licensure databases in 2008 and 2014...
February 16, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Miriam Bender, Patricia Baker, James L Harris, Lisle Hites, Robert J LaPointe, Elizabeth A Murphy, Linda Roussel, LeeAnna Spiva, Joan M Stanley, Patricia L Thomas, Marjory Williams
The nursing profession is tasked with identifying and evaluating models of care with potential to add value to health care delivery. In consideration of this goal, we describe the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) initiative and the activities of a national-level CNL research collaborative. The CNL initiative, launched by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing in collaboration with education and healthcare leaders, has delineated CNL education curriculum and practice competencies, and fostered the creation of academic-practice-policy partnerships to pilot CNL integration into frontline nursing care delivery...
February 16, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Anna Song Beeber, Carrie Palmer, Julee Waldrop, Mary R Lynn, Cheryl B Jones
OBJECTIVE: The role of the Doctor of Nursing Practice-prepared nurse (DNP) outside of academic settings has not been clearly articulated or widely explored, and therefore the value DNP-prepared nurses bring to their practice settings is largely unknown. This study: (1) surveyed existing DNP programs to identify the nonacademic settings in which their DNP graduates were employed and (2) conducted semistructured interviews with employers to identify the role and value of the DNP-prepared nurse in nonacademic settings...
February 15, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Deborah Gross, Eric Slade
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February 13, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Carla De Stefano, Hayatte Akodad, Helene Gauducheau, Paul-Georges Reuter, Jean-Damien Ricard, Tomislav Petrovic, Frédéric Adnet, Jennifer Truchot, Frédéric Lapostolle
BACKGROUND: The terrorist attacks in Paris and in Saint-Denis in November 2015 were unprecedented events involving various human and material resources. These events question the role of nurse students in prehospital teams. PURPOSE: To investigate nursing students' preference about whether they wished to participate in the prehospital care during a terrorist attack. METHODS: This cross-sectional study was conducted with student nurses, from two nursing schools in the Greater Paris area...
February 11, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Emmanuelle Jean, Sonia Sevilla Guerra, Damien Contandriopoulos, Melanie Perroux, Kelley Kilpatrick, Adelaida Zabalegui
BACKGROUND: The complexity and difficulties involved in the development and implementation of health innovations, such as advanced practice nursing roles, result in slow and sporadic international acceptance. To manage this complexity, it is advisable to deepen understanding of the context in which these innovation processes take place. However, there is little research specifically concerned with contextual factors that influence the implementation of advanced practice nursing roles...
February 11, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Jing Wang, Sheila M Gephart, Jennifer Mallow, Suzanne Bakken
BACKGROUND: Nursing informatics innovations are constantly adapting to a rapidly changing health care environment. PURPOSE: This study aims to present the lessons learned from 4 nursing informatics projects and rationale for development decisions to inform future informatics innovations. METHODS: Using a comparative cross-case analysis, four case studies of informatics projects led by nurse scientists were described and analyzed through the lens of the Informatics Research Organizing Model which was modified to include policy and interoperability contexts...
February 11, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Shirly Luz, Efrat Shadmi, Anat Drach-Zahavy
BACKGROUND: Frontline nurse champions are key innovation-implementation agents. Despite the growing interest in nurse champions' innovation, whether project novelty is a product of championship behavior (e.g., expressing confidence in the innovation's success and network building), the project's contextual characteristics (project type and initiation level), or their joint effects, remains unsolved. PURPOSE: To develop and test an interactionist model of project novelty in nursing...
February 8, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Carole Kenner, Kristin Ashford, Lina Kurdahi Badr, Beth Black, Joan Bloch, Rosalie Mainous, Jacqueline McGrath, Shahirose Premji, Susan Sinclair, Mary Terhaar, M Terese Verklan, Marlene Walden, Deborah S Walker, SeonAe Yeo, Linda B Zekas, Elizabeth A Kostas-Polston, Cindy Smith Greenberg, Marina Boykova
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February 7, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Beth A Staffileno, Marcia Pencak Murphy, Barbara Hinch, Elizabeth Carlson
BACKGROUND: The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) facilitator/mentor is a collaborative member of the project team, yet little has been reported about this role. This qualitative study explored the experiences of DNP project facilitators. METHODS: Focus groups were conducted using a purposeful sample of project facilitators. Focus group questions were developed using Gitlin, Lyons, and Kolodner's five-stage model of collaboration. Data were transcribed and content analyzed using Kruger and Casey methods...
February 2, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Holli A DeVon
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January 30, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Martha A Jessup, Sarah E Oerther, Bonnie Gance-Cleveland, Lisa M Cleveland, Kim M Czubaruk, Mary W Byrne, Karen D'Apolito, Susan M Adams, Betty J Braxter, Norma Martinez-Rogers
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March 2019: Nursing Outlook
Karen Cox
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March 2019: Nursing Outlook
Jeannette O Andrews, Cynthia Corbett, Robin B Dail, Bernardine M Pinto
BACKGROUND: Maintaining a productive research enterprise within a college of nursing is multifaceted and complex. It is especially challenging when a college's mission transitions to address other priorities, and later attempts to re-emerge in the competitive funding environment and re-establish a productive research portfolio. PURPOSE: To describe how a college is rebuilding the research enterprise to meet the established research mission after a decade of marginal research productivity...
January 20, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Kathleen T Hickey, Suzanne Bakken, Mary W Byrne, Donald Chip E Bailey, George Demiris, Sharron L Docherty, Susan G Dorsey, Barbara J Guthrie, Margaret M Heitkemper, Cynthia S Jacelon, Teresa J Kelechi, Shirley M Moore, Nancy S Redeker, Cynthia L Renn, Barbara Resnick, Angela Starkweather, Hilaire Thompson, Teresa M Ward, Donna Jo McCloskey, Joan K Austin, Patricia A Grady
BACKGROUND: Precision health considers individual lifestyle, genetics, behaviors, and environment context and facilitates interventions aimed at helping individuals achieve well-being and optimal health. PURPOSE: To present the Nursing Science Precision Health (NSPH) Model and describe the integration of precision health concepts within the domains of symptom and self-management science as reflected in the National Institute of Nursing Research P30 Centers of Excellence and P20 Exploratory Centers...
January 18, 2019: Nursing Outlook
Karen S Cox, Madeline A Naegle
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January 2019: Nursing Outlook
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