• Creating a Nursing Scholarship Strategic Vision to Transform Nursing Practice 

      Kirksey, Kenn M.; Mick, JoAnn M.; Keller-Unger, Jan; Moore, Lourdes R.; Waters, Phyllis Jean; McGlory, Gayle (2016-03-21)
      Session presented on Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Background: Nurse leaders at our academic safety net healthcare system have long been resolute in promoting an environment where high quality, patient-centered, fiscally ...
    • Enhancing Nurses' Professional Well-Being: The Impact of Clinical Inquiry on Healthy Work Environments 

      Kirksey, Kenn M.; Bautista, Loida Indefenso; Chacko, Mary Laly; Kerbow, Katie E.; Lincoln, Michelle Clark; Mendoza-Moore, Monica J.; Suico, Rosario Tarriman
      This presentation offers proven strategies for creating an environment that imbues nurses with a thirst for evidence-based knowledge, and equips them with the skills, confidence and opportunities to pursue the discovery, ...
    • Ensuring That Professional Nurses Have a Voice in Clinical Inquiry Initiatives for Optimizing Patient Outcomes 

      Chacko, Mary Laly; Barriault, Deven; Bautista, Loida Indefenso; Chagolla, Jesus; Lincoln, Michelle Clark; Suico, Rosario Tarriman; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      Delphi technique was used to determine registered nurses' perceptions of future research and evidence-based practice priorities in a multi-site healthcare system. The results provide a roadmap to guide the integration of ...
    • An Innovative Roadmap to Guide Nursing Across the Shared Decision-Making Continuum 

      Waters, Phyllis Jean; George, Sibil; Liong, Anne; Lundeen, Suzanne; Moore, Lourdes R.; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      A qualitative, descriptive study was conducted to determine registered nurses' perceptions of using a shared decision model to make practice and professional role decisions. The specific aim was to infer perceptions of ...
    • Interprofessional Collaboration to Optimize Intrathecal Chemotherapy Administration 

      McGlory, Gayle; Scott, Donna; Munoz, Antonio; Bustamante, Maria; Kirksey, Kenn M. (2017-10-09)
      An interprofessional team initiated an evidence-based practice project in order to develop a comprehensive program for interdisciplinary and multi-institutional staff to ameliorate care for patients receiving chemotherapeutic ...
    • Multidimensional factors that impact nurses’ sense of engagement, resilience and intent to stay employed 

      Chacko, Mary Laly; Arnold, Kimberly; Goldberg, Alicia; Nugent, Kim; Suico, Rosario Tarriman; Wilson, Theresa; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      A comprehensive, nurse-led, evidence-based practice project was implemented by an interprofessional team employed by a multi-institutional academic healthcare organization to determine what evidence-based and multidimensional ...
    • Optimizing Communication Between Professional Nurses and Physicians-in-Training to Promote a Healthy Work Environment 

      Frankoff, Candelaria J.; Armijos, Ana Elisabeth; Brown, Sidney Lauren; Bush, Ardis; Garcia, Vanessa; Marabiles, Jocelyn; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      A comprehensive evidence-based practice study was implemented by nurse leaders and nurses working at the point-of-care in order to discover optimal strategies for promoting communication and collaboration between nurses ...
    • Optimizing patient outcomes: Assessing skin integrity issues in persons with darker skin pigmentation 

      McGlory, Gayle; Boschen, Kathryn; Manning, Barbara; Purvis, Dawn; Reji, Ani; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      The aim of this research study was to integrate nurses’ experiential knowledge to guide the assessment of patients with darker skin pigmentation to facilitate early identification of precipitating factors for skin injury.
    • Patient-Healthcare Provider Engagement: The Basic Building Block 

      Corless, Inge B.; Hoyt, Alex; Phillips, J. Craig; Dawson-Rose, Carol; Sefcik, Elizabeth F.; Nicholas, Patrice Kenneally; Holzemer, William L.; Hamilton, Mary Jane; Voss, Joachim G.; Portillo, Carmen J.; Nokes, Kathleen M.; Chen, Wei-Ti; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      Engagement with the provider is basic to the involvement of the patient in HIV care. The question of whether this engagement varies by socio-demographic and psychosocial variables has taken on added significance as we work ...
    • The Power of Nurse Preceptors to Influence Practice Related to Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections 

      Smith, Judy S.; Kirksey, Kenn M.; Viney, Mary (2012-01-04)
      (41st Biennial Convention) Background: The Joint Commission issued a National Patient Safety Goal for prevention of central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
    • Prayer versus CAM therapies in mitigating COVID-19-associated challenges and enhancing adaptive resilience 

      Fransaw, Jamesia; Bah, Isata; Nzeadu, Hope; Windle, Pamela; Suico, Rosario Tarriman; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      A comprehensive evidence-based practice project was implemented by nurses working at the point-of-care in order to identify whether nurse-led interprofessional prayer or other complementary/alternative therapies are more ...
    • Predictors of Body Fat Redistribution in Persons Living with HIV/AIDS 

      Kirksey, Kenn M.; Hamilton, Mary Jane; Brown, Adama; Sefcik, Elizabeth F. (2012-01-04)
      (41st Biennial Convention) Purpose: HIV disease and antiretroviral treatments can be accompanied by intense physical and psychological symptoms, including body fat redistribution. Lipodystrophy is often associated with ...
    • Using an evidence-based approach to mitigate workplace violence 

      Crement, Hannah; Chapa, Maria; Davis, Pamela; Dusang, Tiffani; El-Khalil, Nadeen; Hernandez, Alicia; Lundeen, Suzanne; Mack, Rita; Manthey, Monica L.; Menard, Brian; Riley, Sonia; Sampson, Theresa; Smiley, Karen; Suico, Rosario Tarriman; Townsend, Emily; Winchester, Deandria; Kirksey, Kenn M.
      A comprehensive evidence-based practice project was implemented by clinically-based nurses to identify multidimensional strategies to mitigate the detrimental effects of WPV across the trajectory from early identification ...
    • Workforce Development to Integrate Nurse-Driven Clinical Inquiry 

      Kirksey, Kenn M.; Bautista, Loida Indefenso; Chacko, Mary Laly; Lincoln, Michelle Clark; Suico, Rosario Tarriman (2017-09-20)
      The INSPIRE program was initiated to facilitate hospital-based nurses' personal and professional growth and provide knowledge, skills, confidence and opportunities to successfully engage in clinical scholarship. INSPIRE ...

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