The evidence-based practice fulcrum: Balancing leadership and emotional intelligence in nursing and interprofessional education
Pamela Allyn Di Vito-Thomas, PhD, RN, CNE, Nursing Department, Methodist College Peoria, Illinois, USA; Lori Beth Wagner, Nursing, Methodist College, Peoria, Illinois, USA; Terence Hodges, DHSc, MEd, CHES, Health Science Department, Methodist College, Elgin, Illinois, USA; Sheri S. Streitmatter, MSNEd, OSF College of Nursing, Methodist College, Peoria, Illinois, USA
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Leadership and emotional intelligence are emerging within nursing and inter-professional education. And, a strategic revolution has awakened throughout healthcare organizations as evidenced based, patient-centered care has received new prominence that requires effective leadership concomitant with the essential attribute of emotional intelligence (Edbor & Singh, 2016; Paren, 2015; & Tyler, 2015).
Nursing Education Research Conference 2018: Generating and Translating Evidence for Teaching Practice. Held at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC, USA
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Boswell, Carol; Long, JoAnn D.; Ashcraft, Alyce S.; Cannon, Sharon B.; DiVito-Thomas, Pamela; Delaney, Terry M.This project investigated the impact of self-efficacy on EBP knowledge and utilization by registered nurses. The presentation will present the results from the study completed.
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