July 2014 - Volume 114 - Issue 7
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CE: Original Research: The Perceptions of Health Care Team Members About Engaging Patients in Care Redesign

Lavoie-Tremblay, Melanie; O'Connor, Patricia; Harripaul, Anastasia; More

AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 114(7):38-46, July 2014.


JBI's Systematic Reviews: Data Extraction and Synthesis

Munn, Zachary; Tufanaru, Catalin; Aromataris, Edoardo

AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 114(7):49-54, July 2014.

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Creator: Shawn Kennedy
Duration: 7:31
AJN The American Journal of Nursing July 2014, Volume 114, Issue 7;

Editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and Clinical Managing Editor Karen Roush present the highlights of the July issue of the American Journal of Nursing. A 17-year-old football player with type 1 diabetes appears on our cover this month, relating to our first CE, “Diabetes and Puberty: A Glycemic Challenge.” Our second CE, an original research piece, discusses engaging patients as partners in quality improvement projects.

We have the fifth installment of our Systematic Reviews series which explains data extraction and synthesis. And our new Quality Counts column explores the role of nurses in programs that measure health care quality. A patient advocate and cancer survivor wrote this month’s Viewpoint on what patients need from nurses. And an AJN Reports column provides an update on what conditions should be screened for and when. We profile the chief nurse of the U.S. Public Health Service, and our Safety Monitor column this month outlines infection prevention practices in ambulatory surgery centers. In addition, there’s Legal Clinic, News, Reflections, Drug Watch, Art of Nursing, and more.

Creator: Shawn Kennedy
Duration: 18:40
Jeniece Trast is a clinical research nurse and certified diabetes educator in the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes at Children’s Hospital Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, New York. A former patient of Trast’s, 16-year-old Ana and her mother, Angie, describe adjusting to the special physical and psychological challenges in managing type 1 diabetes during adolescence.
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