Editor-in-Chief: Susan L. Bindon, DNP, RN-BC and Kari L. Schmidt, MS, RN-BC, Co-Editors
ISSN: 2169-9798
Online ISSN: 2169-981X
Frequency: 6 issues / year
From the Editor
Among other things, the May/June issue of JNPD signals that the Association of Nursing Professional Development’s (ANPD) summer convention is just around the corner. This issue highlights the broad scope of NPD educators and celebrates our specialty. Kari Schmidt’s editorial inspires us to connect with each other and share our ideas and innovations, either in person or via other available avenues. Column wise, Chris Wilson echoes the call to convention and provides a sneak peek with the ANPD update, and Joyce Johnson offers some great advice on how to boost participation and productivity at meetings. The full-length articles cover a lot of ground, from the CE feature by Winslow and colleagues about nurses going back to school for that “next degree” to Delfino, Williams, Wegener & Homel’s look at how a specific preceptor model has affected orientation. Two pieces with clinical foci describe an effort to improve nurses’ confidence and expertise in caring for patients with diabetes, and the effects of a pharmaceutical program on the rate of patient falls. Finally, three excellent book reviews give us lots to think about as we make decisions to enhance our professional libraries. So, please enjoy the new issue, be inspired, share something you learn with a friend or colleague, and we hope to hear from you soon! Susan L. Bindon, DNP, RN-BC Co-Editor
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This section lists articles that will be published in upcoming issues of JNPD.  Note also those included under the Published Ahead of Print Tab.


Nurses' Self-Efficacy and Academic Degree Advancement

The Research Process and Simulation in Nursing:  What It Is and What It Is Not

Testing the Effects of a Pharmaceutical Program on Fall Rates in the Elderly

Enhancing Nurses' Knowledge Regarding the Complex Care of Hospitalized Patients on Insulin

Improving Client and Nurse Satisfaction through the Utilization of Bedside Report

 

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