October 2017 - Volume 48 - Issue 10 - Contributor Index

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Performance Potential Special: Incivility in nursing practice

De Villers, Mary Jo; Cohn, Tanya

Nursing Management. 48(10):42-51, October 2017.

Examine what we know about incivility on the unit, how frequently it occurs, and its implications for nurse leaders.

Performance Potential Special: Incivility in nursing practice

De Villers, Mary Jo; Cohn, Tanya

Nursing Management. 48(10):42-51, October 2017.

Examine what we know about incivility on the unit, how frequently it occurs, and its implications for nurse leaders.

Ripple effect: Shared governance and nurse engagement

Ong, Allison; Short, Nancy; Radovich, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 48(10):28-34, October 2017.

This evidence-based quality improvement project evaluates the influence of a shared governance environment on RN engagement and turnover rates.

Authentic caring: Rediscover the essence of nursing

McClendon, Pat

Nursing Management. 48(10):36-41, October 2017.

Scripted, formulaic encounters have become dominant in today's healthcare landscape. Boost patient and nurse satisfaction rates with an authentic caring approach to patient care.

Ripple effect: Shared governance and nurse engagement

Ong, Allison; Short, Nancy; Radovich, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 48(10):28-34, October 2017.

This evidence-based quality improvement project evaluates the influence of a shared governance environment on RN engagement and turnover rates.

Ripple effect: Shared governance and nurse engagement

Ong, Allison; Short, Nancy; Radovich, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 48(10):28-34, October 2017.

This evidence-based quality improvement project evaluates the influence of a shared governance environment on RN engagement and turnover rates.

Ripple effect: Shared governance and nurse engagement

Ong, Allison; Short, Nancy; Radovich, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 48(10):28-34, October 2017.

This evidence-based quality improvement project evaluates the influence of a shared governance environment on RN engagement and turnover rates.