• Challenging the Process by Enabling Others to Act 

      Swint, Charlotte E.; Winters, Carol E.; Buchholz, Susan (2017-10-17)
      I will increase my awareness of how my actions and behavior impacts others. I will lead teams towards effective and successful achievement of a common purpose by providing the necessary support. I will openly share my ...
    • ESL versus Non-ESL Nursing Students' Perceptions of Staff Nurse Incivility 

      Ruvalcaba, Judith G. (2018-03-19)
      This study explored ESL versus non-ESL nursing students’ perceptions of staff nurse incivility. There was no difference in ESL and non-ESL student’s perceptions of staff nurse incivility. However, time in program, age, and ...
    • The hunt for good nursing workforce data: Lessons learned 

      Eichelberger, Lisa Wright; Wheeler, Rebecca (2016-07-13)
      Session presented on Saturday, July 23, 2016 and Sunday, July 24, 2016: Purpose: The purpose of presentation is to share Georgia's nursing workforce survey results, identify strategies used to significantly increase ...
    • Improving clinical outcomes by evolving mindset and creating a culture of hope and recovery 

      Williams, Aubrey Suzanne
      In healthcare, nurses/caregivers have personal bias that can impact the care of patients. How do healthcare workers overcome their bias to provide the best possible care? The journey to improve outcomes for NAS infants has ...
    • Perspectives on doctoral education 

      Eichelberger, Lisa Wright; Wheeler, Rebecca (2016-07-13)
      Session presented on Monday, July 25, 2016: Purpose: Georgia's action coalition, the Georgia Nursing Leadership Coalition (GNLC) plans to increase the number of nurses with doctorates in keeping with the IOM Future of ...
    • Workplace Bullying Experienced by African-American Nurses and Its Impact on Intent to Leave 

      Curry, Debra L.; Cannella, Kathleen A. S.; Charles, Jennell P. (2013-05-13)
      Session presented on Sunday, April 14, 2013: Healthy Work Environments (HWEs) are the responsibility of all healthcare professionals. Several factors contribute HWEs, including skilled communication and true collaboration. ...

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