Nursing History and Nursing Trends
Here you will find research, educational, and evidence-based practice materials authored by nurses with extensive knowledge in the historical aspects of the nursing profession. This collection will disseminate materials of importance to all nurses.
Topics that can be found within this collection may include, but are not limited to historical background information on issues regarding the nursing profession and nursing care. These materials will address a wide range of topics critical to comprehending and broadening the understanding of nursing concerns, including the role of professional nurses throughout history and how historical decisions have affected current and future nursing standards and trends.
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Relationship between HCAHPS scores (patient experience) and Watson’s Theory of Caring (2016-11-10)The HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) Survey measures patient experience. It is an important survey because some of the hospitals’ payment is dependent on the scores. It was ...
Nurse job satisfaction research: A literature review, 2006–2011 (2015-10-26)Objective: This literature review aims to evaluate the state of nurse job satisfaction research by identifying the instruments and scientific rigor used to measure the latent construct of nurse job satisfaction around the ...