Incivility in Nursing Education
Shirley M. Newberry, PhD, RN; Ana M. Schaper, PhD, RN
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Newberry, Shirley May; Schaper, Ana M.; Inglis, Rebecca L. (2012-9-12)Purpose: To evaluate the effectiveness of a modified program designed to meet the scheduling needs of staff nurses working in a large integrated health system. Materials/Methods: The CAN's program was modified to include: ...
Newberry, Shirley May; Inglis, Rebecca L.; Schaper, Ana M. (2012-01-04)(41st Biennial Convention) Purpose: To describe results of a baseline assessment of conflict in the workplace and present implications for initiating an intervention program. A national survey (Dewitty et al, 2009) indicated ...
Newberry, Shirley MayOne of the greatest challenges facing nursing in the future will be promoting wellness among the increasing number of older adults, many of whom live in rural areas where they are isolated from access to medical facilities ...
Stroke center and academic nursing collaboration to improve patient outcomes: A proposed evidence-based educational program McIntyre-Wise, Sherene M.; Girouard, Shirley A.Over 795,000 people in the US experience new or recurrent stroke, a leading cause of disability. Nurses are essential to improving outcomes. Translating guidelines into practice requires constant education. A proposed ...
Empowering nurses of minority in the face of incivility and bullying: Through the lens of phenomenology Floyd, Corrine M.Up to 85% of nurses have reported exposure to incivility in the workplace (Hunt and Marini, 2012). The often-subtle nature of incivility toward nurses in a minority population may partially explain why it remains a problem. ...