• Interprofessional Simulation: TeamSTEPPS and Cardiac Arrest Simulation 

      Thomas, Pamela; Kinner, Tracy; Ostendorf, Marilyn; Arvin, Mary Kay; Schmuck, Heather; Delp, Jody; Titzer, Jennifer; Phy, Wes; Peak, Kathy (11/12/2015)
      Quality and Safety Education for Nurses and the Institute of Medicine recomment interprofessional education to foster open communication, encourage mutual respect, and support joint decision making among health professionals.  ...
    • Promoting Self-Care for Nursing Students 

      Bonhotal, Susan; Seibert, Susan A.; Hall, Melissa A. (11/12/2015)
      Taking care of oneself should be a lifelong habit.  Nursing students often put aside their own self-care to focus on the rigors of academia.  Students describe experiencing both academic and clinical stressors.   Stress ...
    • The Effect of Test-taking Strategy Education on Kaplan Integrated Exam Scores 

      Frank, Nancy (11/17/2016)
      Achieving minimum NCLEX-RN® pass rates is problematic for many nursing programs.  Much research focuses on determining predictors of NCLEX-RN® success and preventing failure.  Schools implement standardized content assessments ...
    • What. What. What. Clinical Judgment In Tanzanian Nurse Education 

      Thompson, Robert Kent (11/24/2014)
      This study explored two facets of clinical judgment in Tanzanian nurse education.  The first was to examine the perceptions of Tanzanian nurses regarding the use of clinical judgment during their nursing education.  The ...
    • Moral Regret - The Experience of Breaches of a Nursing Ideal 

      Wurzbach, Mary Ellen (11/24/2015)
                  Recently, Johnstone and Hutchinson (2015) called for abandoning the construct of “moral distress”. For various reasons, they believe that too much attention is paid to it in the nursing literature, that the ...
    • Validating the Saligan Fatigue Inventory (SalFI) 

      Dickinson, Kristin; Albrecht, Tara; Wilson, Christina; Raheem, Sumiyya; Zhang, Xuemin; Saligan, Leorey N. (11/30/2017)
      Background: Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is a very distressing symptom reported by oncology patients. Currently, CRF is measured by self-report instruments. Although clinician-administered questionnaires are more sensitive ...
    • Experiencing Moral Uncertainty in Practice 

      Wurzbach, Mary Ellen (11/4/2015)
      Within the past thirty years, ethical questions have come to the forefront of nursing practice.  Books on the subject of nursing ethics attest to the fact that nursing ethics as a subject distinct from medical ethics is ...
    • Initiation of a HIV Screening Protocol and Pathway in the Emergency Department: A Quality Improvement Initiative 

      Davis, Kristina Anne (11/9/2017)
      There is currently a nationwide campaign to address human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention and treatment. The emergency department (ED) is a significant venue in the HIV prevention and treatment campaign. The quality ...
    • Epilepsy: A Case Study 

      Martinez, Rudolf Cymorr Kirby P. (12/11/2017)
      This presents an analysis of a case of Right Temporal Lobe Epilepsy in terms of possible etiology, pathophysiology, drug analysis and nursing care
    • Exercise and Hospitalized Leukemia Patients 

      Delengowski, Anne; O'Connor, Justine; Stinsman, Megan; McHenry, Kate; Mostak, Kaitlin; Silcox, JoAnn; Sweeney, Colleen; Muldoon, Christine; Gilbride, Lauren (12/14/2015)
      Purposes: To determine if patients in a structured, monitored walking program experience less symptom distress than patients receiving the usual standard of care. Background/Significance: Cancer and its treatments are ...
    • Breaking the Cycle of Bullying in Nursing: Emerging Themes 

      Nogueras, Debra J.; Adelman, Deborah S. (12/19/2013)
      Bullying, horizontal, or lateral violence, and incivility are all terms that are used to describe aggressive behaviors seen in nursing practice between nurses.  How and why these behaviors arise has been studied in recent ...
    • The Role of Nurses in an Interdisciplinary Care Team responding to Mass Fatality Disasters: Promoting Equity and Access to Care 

      Hassmiller, Susan B; Adams, Lavonne M.; Weeks, Susan Mace (12/19/2014)
      The majority of individuals cared for by international relief organizations responding to multi-fatality disasters are those with limited access to care; therefore, human care inequities are frequently apparent.  This ...
    • "Amyong, Anito at Usag": Patterns of Health Belief Among Aetas of Nabuclod Pampanga 

      Martinez, Rudolf Cymorr Kirby P. (12/21/2017)
      This study, grounded on focused ethnography, explored the cultural patterns among Aetas of Nabuclod Pampanga specifically zeroing in on those practices that directly and indirectly affect the health of community members. ...
    • Clinical Nurse Specialist Mentored Staff Nurse as Champion of Performance Improvement 

      Kitchens, Jennifer L.; Rees, Eldonna; Fulton, Janet (12/22/2017)
      Purpose:  The clinical nurse specialist (CNS) mentored a unit based staff nurse as Champion of Performance Improvement through nursing’s shared governance council. Significance: Within shared governance, nurses are empowered ...
    • Ischemic Stroke: A Case Study 

      Martinez, Rudolf Cymorr Kirby P. (12/7/2017)
      This presents an analysis of a case of Ischemic stroke in terms of possible etiology, pathophysiology, drug analysis and nursing care
    • Reflections [Complete issue : March 1975, Vol 1] 

      Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma Theta Tau International, 1975-03)
      Publishing History: Print issues of Reflections magazine were published from 1975 to 1999 and its successor, Reflections on Nursing Leadership (RNL) began publication in 2000. RNL migrated to an online format, ...
    • Reflections [Complete issue : May 1975, Vol 1] 

      Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma Theta Tau International, 1975-05)
      Publishing History: Print issues of Reflections magazine were published from 1975 to 1999 and its successor, Reflections on Nursing Leadership (RNL) began publication in 2000. RNL migrated to an online format, http://www ...
    • Reflections [Complete issue : September 1975, Vol 1] 

      Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma Theta Tau International, 1975-09)
      Publishing History: Print issues of Reflections magazine were published from 1975 to 1999 and its successor, Reflections on Nursing Leadership (RNL) began publication in 2000. RNL migrated to an online format, http://www ...
    • Reflections [Complete issue : November 1975, Vol 1] 

      Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma Theta Tau International, 1975-11)
      Publishing History: Print issues of Reflections magazine were published from 1975 to 1999 and its successor, Reflections on Nursing Leadership (RNL) began publication in 2000. RNL migrated to an online format, http://www ...
    • Reflections [Complete issue : January 1976, Vol 2] 

      Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma Theta Tau International, 1976-01)
      Publishing History: Print issues of Reflections magazine were published from 1975 to 1999 and its successor, Reflections on Nursing Leadership (RNL) began publication in 2000. RNL migrated to an online format, http://www ...

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