• Energy Through Motion: An Evidence-Based Exercise 

      Heuther, Katie; Abbott, Linda; Cullen, Laura; Cullen, Liz; Gaarde, Ami (Oncology Nursing Society, 1/11/2017)
      Cancer related fatigue (CRF) is a result of cancer and cancer treatment. CRF can be debilitating for patients during and after treatment. Evidence supports activity as effective for reducing cancer related fatigue. An ...
    • Self-Care Practices Among Undergraduate University Students 

      Jackson, Jennifer Irene (1/26/2015)
      Although many factors affect an individual’s health status, self-care is paramount. Further investigation of factors that influence self-care practices is key to enhancing illness and injury prevention and health promotion. ...
    • Lessons in Leadership: Martha Norton Hill 

      Unknown author (Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, 10/11/2007)
      Lessons in Leadership: The Betty Irene Moore Speaker Series embodies Betty Irene Moore's vision and hope for nurses to lead within their teams, organizations and communities, with the ultimate goal of improving the experience ...
    • Re-Designing an Undergraduate Capstone Course: Connecting through Online Discussion 

      Swart, Ruth (10/11/2016)
      An online community was created to support a cohort of undergraduate nursing students in their final capstone course positioned in different cities acrosst he country. It was developed to facilitate collaborative learnign ...
    • The Use of Chocolate Chip Cookies to Introduce Nursing Research Concepts 

      Bylaska-Davies, Paula; White, Bonnie (10/11/2016)
      Nursing faculty are challenged to provide baccalaureate nursing students with a basic understanding of the important concepts, as well as fostering an appreciation for nursing research that will ultimately be integrated ...
    • Validating Nursing Diagnosis: Impaired Physical Mobility 

      Bhopalbade, Mrunal; Bande, Anita; Roy, Jisha; Patel, Ayeshabi; Gaonkar, Suchita; Wakshe, Anita (10/2/2015)
      RESEARCH ABSTRACTValidation studies are important for advancing evidence based nursing practice. In our study, we validated defining characteristics of NANDA nursing diagnosis of Impaired Physical Mobility in Total knee ...
    • Contraception 

      Elia, Clifford; Samuel, Johnscy; Kasekar, Pratidnya; Joseph, Racchel; Raju, Reshma (10/2/2015)
      STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ON THE PERCEPTION AND PRACTICE OF SELECTED CONTRACEPTIVE METHODS AMONG TARGET POPULATION IN  THE SELECTED AREAS OF MUMBAI. OBJECTIVES: To assess the perception of the target ...
    • PREDICTORS OF SUCCESS IN AN ASSOCIATE NURSING PROGRAM UTILIZING COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION SCORES 

      Judge, Deborah Sue (10/20/2016)
      The purpose of this research study was to examine the relationship between the scores obtained on the Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) tests and the results of the first attempt on the National Council Licensure ...
    • Obesity in America 

      Boualaoui, Ihsane (10/22/2015)
      During recent years, tremendous efforts have been made to combat the issue of obesity. Health care professionals warned of the danger of obesity and its negative effects on the individuals’ health. Policy makers sensed the ...
    • Lessons in Leadership: Peter Buerhaus 

      Unknown author (Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, 10/23/2009)
      Lessons in Leadership: The Betty Irene Moore Speaker Series embodies Betty Irene Moore's vision and hope for nurses to lead within their teams, organizations and communities, with the ultimate goal of improving the experience ...
    • A study to assess the knowledge and the practices adopted by the mothers for their babies vaccinated with BCG in selected areas in Mumbai 

      Antony, Ancy; Shajan, Mini; Reji, Jancy; Kale, Sadhana; Kadam, Sareeta; Aher, Ghanashyam (10/26/2015)
      ABSTRACT   Background of the study:    Tuberculosis remains a worldwide public health problem despite the fact that the causative organism was discovered more than 100 years ago and highly effective drugs and vaccine (BCG) ...
    • HIV risk reduction behaviors in adolescent females; The influence of mastery and self-esteem 

      Long-Middleton, Ellen (10/27/2011)
      Purpose. The purpose of the study was to test the moderator effect of mastery on the relationship between self-esteem and HIV risk reduction behaviors. Aims. The aims of this study were to: 1) examine the relationships ...
    • The Relationship of Education, Years of Experience, and School Nursing Practice 

      Cruise, Erin Gooding (10/31/2013)
      Problem: Because of the complex nature and autonomy of school nursing practice, multiple professional organizations recommend a Bachelor of Science in Nursing as the minimum level of education for entry into this specialty. ...
    • Improved HCAHP Scores and a DEU Culture of Excellence 

      Seibert, Susan A.; Stroud, Angela; Cassel, Lillybeth; Huebner, Cara (10/5/2015)
      Two city hospitals launched Dedicated Education Units (DEUs) in collaboration with a Midwest state university. The culture of excellence created by the academic practice partnership produced an improvement in patient ...
    • Lessons in Leadership: Beverly Malone 

      Unknown author (Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, 10/8/2008)
      Lessons in Leadership: The Betty Irene Moore Speaker Series embodies Betty Irene Moore's vision and hope for nurses to lead within their teams, organizations and communities, with the ultimate goal of improving the experience ...
    • Treatment Trials - The Need for an End-of-life Policy 

      Wurzbach, Mary Ellen (10/9/2015)
      Currently, there is an epidemic of elders in nursing homes with swallowing difficulties, Alzheimer’s, and other maladies, which cause diminished decision-making capacity and initiate the discussion of whether to insert a ...
    • 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.  ...
    • Planning for a Community Supported Farmers Market in a Rural USDA Food Desert 

      Engelbright, Carrie Lynn (11/12/2015)
      A community initiative to develop and sustain a farmer's market can address insufficient access to fresh and affordable fruits and vegetables for individuals working and residing in a United States Department of Agriculture ...
    • 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 ...

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