October 2010 - Volume 110 - Issue 10
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25 Years of Bringing Science to Life: PDF Only

The National Institute of Nursing Research: 25 Years of Bringing Science to Life.

Molyneux, Jacob

AJN, American Journal of Nursing . 110(10):24-27, October 2010.

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Creator: Christine Moffa
Duration: 5:13
AJN The American Journal of Nursing October 2010, Volume 110, Issue 10;
October 2010 – Episode 23
Interim editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and clinical editor Christine Moffa present the highlights of the October issue of the American Journal of Nursing, including the cover, guest editorial and historical timeline celebrating the 25th anniversary of the National Institute of Nursing Research; a CE feature on original research assessing men’s awareness of male breast cancer; an article on how dragon boat racing can benefit breast cancer survivors; reports on drug resistant TB, nurses caring for wounded soldiers at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany; safe handling of hazardous drugs; an archival piece on nursing research from 1927, plus news and more. And there are two podcasts: one with NINR director Patricia Grady and one with Eileen Davis, author of the original research piece.
Creator: Shawn Kennedy
Duration: 15:06
Interim editor-in-chief, Shawn Kennedy interviews Eileen Thomas about her qualitative research exploring men’s awareness and knowledge about male breast cancer and implications for nursing practice. Her survey “provides a starting point for the development of evidence-based, gender-specific, health promotion and disease prevention interventions for men.”
Creator: Shawn Kennedy
Duration: 22:32
Editorial director & interim editor-in-chief, Shawn Kennedy, interviews Patricia Grady, director of the National Institute of Nursing Research, as part of AJN’s coverage of the 25th anniversary of the NINR. Grady discusses with Kennedy the early roots, landmark research that moved the institute forward and drove policy, and current research and its relation to health care today. See Dr. Grady’s guest editorial and the timeline of the history of NINR.