Fact or Fiction?: Busting the Myths Surrounding New Graduate RN Transition
Linda J. Patrick, RN, BScN, MA, MSc, PhD; Kathryn A. Pfaff RN, MSc; Jennifer N. Parent RN, MN; Judy A. K. Bornais RN, BA, BScN, MSc
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Pfaff, Kathryn A.; Patrick, Linda J.; Freeman-Gibb, Laurie (2017-07-27)This session will report a case study evaluation of an innovative palliative care scholarship program that funds graduate nursing students from Canada and the UK to learn and translate evidence-based practices in palliative ...
The "Cost of Caring" for Cancer Patients: Mixed Methods Research With Victories and Hazards Exposed Freeman-Gibb, Laurie; Pfaff, Kathryn A.; Patrick, Linda J. (2017-07-13)Compassion fatigue (CF) is a form of secondary traumatic stress and burnout (Figley, 1995). CF is experienced as emotional and physical erosion on a personal level, and occurs when helping professionals are unable to refuel ...
Pfaff, Kathryn A. (2012-01-04)(41st Biennial Convention) Interprofessional collaboration (IPC) is currently touted as one mechanism for enhancing the delivery of Canadian healthcare and the overall health of its population. Within both acute care and ...
Staff Nurses Perceptions of Utilizing the Dedicated Educational Unit Model for a Senior Capstone Experience Russell, Bonnie J.; Conley, Grace; Hill, Patrick (2017-07-25)With the need to continue to educate nursing students for entry into practice, this research evaluates the effectiveness of the use of a dedicated nursing educational unit for a senior capstone experience as opposed to the ...
Duchscher, Judy E.; Rush, Kathy; Janke, RobertThe majority of new nurses make their initial professional role transition in the context of the increasingly unpredictable, sometimes unstable, but always dynamic acute care sector. With retention of nurses being a primary ...