Editor-in-Chief: Karen S. Hill, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE
ISSN: 0002-0443
Online ISSN: 1539-0721
Frequency: 11 issues / year
Impact Factor: 1.140
From the Editor

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Dear Nurse Leaders,

The September edition of JONA has so many articles that are going to be of interest to nurse leaders, it is a challenge to highlight a few. Issues such as women on governing boards and particularly nurses, the effect of nurse leader on the healthy work environment and the ongoing and under-reported issue of missed care are a few of the topics in September.  

In "Metasynthesis Exploring Nurses and Women on Governing Boards" Lisa Sundean and Dr. Jacqueline McGrath present an overview of the studies identifying the experiences of women on boards and themes that emerge to help both women on boards as well as nurse leaders who can help position others in these roles.

Dr. Penny Huddleston and Dr. Jennifer Gray report Part 2 of of their study, "Describing Nurse Leaders' and Direct Care Nurses' Perceptions of a Healthy Work Environment in Acute Care". Themes describing healthy work environments were substantiated from earlier work by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. Two new themes including genuine teamwork and physical and psychological safety emerged.

Dr. Norma McNair and her co-authors report a study examining the relationship between nursing time use and perceptions of missed care. The study was conducted at two hospitals across a large number of units and showed similar patterns of time use. Notably, 25% of nursing time was spent on documentation. One of the most common tasks that was reported as missing was patient ambulation. This has implications for patient outcomes including length of stay and the other known benefits of ambulation. This study is a must read for nurse executives who are leading organizations and desigining and expecting consistency in practice standards.

I look forward to seeing many of you at the 2016 National Magnet conference in Orlando in October. I will be participating in a "Meet the Editors" session at the research pre-conference as well as presenting a multi-year effort from my own organization to reduce patient falls.

In addition, please watch for our annual Magnet Supplement entitled: "Magnet Culture and Leadership: Research and Empirical Outcomes". This edition provides 9 carefully selected re-prints highlighting the support of nursing research both in leadership and at the point of care. Thanks to the National Magnet Commission and ANCC for their continued partnership wtih JONA.

Also, thanks for the emails I receive with an interest in publishing in JONA or exploring my interest in a topic. You can reach me at jonaeditor@gmail.com. Please refer to the Guidelines for Authors located at www.jonajournal.com for guidance about manuscript development and citation information.

 

Sincerely,

Karen 

 

Karen S. Hill, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, FAAN

Editor-in-Chief
jonaeditor@gmail.com

 

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Coming in our October Edition

 

 

  • Putting the "Meaning" in Meaningful Recognition of Nurses: The DAISY Award
  • The Influence of the Practice Environment on Nurse Managers' Job Satisfaction and Intent to Leave
  • Impact of Standardized New Medication Education Program on Postdischarge Patients' Knowledge and Satisfaction
  • Advanced Practice Providers' Perceptions of Patient Workload: Results of a Multi-Institutional Survey 
  • Honoring Patient Requests; A Volunteer Initiative to Support the Presence of Advance Directives
  • A Qualitative Study of Factors Facilitating Clinical Nurse Engagement in Emergency Department Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection Prevention
  • Nursing Peer Review Perceptions and Practices: A Survey of Chief Nurse Executives
  • Nurse Executives Wearing 2 Hats as Strategic Leaders
  • Evidence-Based Practice adn Job-Related Nurse Outcomes at Magnet-Aspiring, Magnet-Conforming, and Non-Magnet University Hospitals in Finland: A Comparison Study
  • Engaging Patients and Families Beyond the Point of Care: An Emergent Model
  • Beyond Magnet Designation: Perspectives From Nurse Managers on Factors of Sustainability and High-Performance Programming

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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October 2015

Nursing Workforce: Implications for Nurse Executives

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October 2014

Magnet®:In Support of Patient Safety

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October 2013
Demonstrating the Value of Magnet®

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Magnet Recognition Program®


October 2012
Leadership and Organizational Outcomes: State of the Science

Developed in Partnership with the American Nurses Credentialing Center's
Magnet Recognition Program®


July/August 2011
Positive Practice Environments and Outcomes: State of the Science


October 2010
Nursing Certification: State of Science

 

News and Notes

 

Authors and readers, thanks for your support of JONA. You may be interested to know that we are circulated across the globe with over 1 million downloads of articles from our web site and through OVID in 2015.

Some meetings to note:

The International Nursing Administration and Research Conference will be held in Orlando, FL November 9-12, 2016. Details are available at www.cgean.org and registration is now open.

Registration is now open for the 2016 national Magnet Conference. The meeting will be held in Orlando, FL on October 5-7, 2016. You can access registration at: www.nursecredentialing.org. FYI, I will be presenting at a "Meet the Editors' panel at the Magnet Research pre-conference.