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Collaborative Partnerships

  • Creator:   Susan L. Bindon
  • Updated:   8/23/2020
  • Contains:  30 items
This collection includes pieces from the past five years which address new and innovative ways in which staff development has partnered with academic, business, or funding partners to create and implement programs for nursing students and/or nursing staff.
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A Retention Strategy for Newly Graduated Nurses: An Integrative Review of Orientation Programs

Park, Mihyun; Jones, Cheryl B.

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 26(4):142-149, July-August 2010.

This piece mentions academic/service partnerships as one strategy to improve new nurse retention.

Establishing Partnerships to Recruit and Retain Critical Care Nurses

Wider, Lottchen; Fritz, Deborah J.; Albers, Lisa; More

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 26(3):E17-E23, May-June 2010.

This piece describes a partnership between academic and service partners to promote critical care nursing.

Attributes of Nursing Staff Development in Port Said Hospitals

Ibrahim, Sanaa A.; Mahran, Sabah M.

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 26(1):E6-E13, January-February 2010.

This piece includes suggestions for improving staff development quality in Egypt, including partnering pubic and university-related hospitals to share resources and expertise.

Italian Clinical Guides' Perceptions of Their Role in Student Nurses' Clinical Practicum

Quattrin, Rosanna; Zanini, Antonietta; Bulfone, Giampiera; More

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 26(1):E1-E5, January-February 2010.

This piece describes different models of clinical teaching of student nurses incorporating various levels of collaboration; this one focusing on the role of "clinical guides".

Education, Adaptation, and Orientation of Korean Nurses in a U.S. Healthcare System

Boylston, Mary T.; Burnett, Irene

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 26(1):23-27, January-February 2010.

This piece describes a partnership between a small university and a major health center to facilitate education and orientation of international nurses in the US.

Effect of a Medical-Surgical Practice and Certification Review Course on Clinical Nursing Practice

Sayre, Cindy; Wyant, Sheri; Karvonen, Colleen

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 26(1):11-16, January-February 2010.

This piece describes the results of a collaborative effort to offer certification review courses in the Pacific northwest.

Applying the Stetler Model of Research Utilization in Staff Development: Revitalizing a Preceptor Program

Romp, Celeste R.; Kiehl, Ermalynn

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(6):278-284, November-December 2009.

This piece suggests that staff development educators can partner with university faculty and library resources to improve research utilization.

Acculturation Process: A Collaborative Strategy of Integration in Attaining Culturally Congruent Nursing Care

Nelson, Deborah B.

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(5):E13-E20, September-October 2009.

This piece describes a partnership between a healthcare organization and an outside company to assist with cultural assimilation of international nurses.

Rural-Hospital-Based Preceptorship: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Sedgwick, Monique; Yonge, Olive; Myrick, Florence

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(5):E1-E7, September-October 2009.

This piece describes a collaborative project between schools of nursing and rural hospitals regarding rural hospital preceptorships.

Supporting Nursing Professional Development: A Magnet Hospital's Story

Halfer, Diana

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(3):135-140, May-June 2009.

This piece describes one organization's strong commitment to nursing professional development and its involvement with various funding, service, and academic partners.

Editorial

Puetz, Belinda E.

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(3):105-106, May-June 2009.

This piece highlights the life's work of Helen Tobin, a key leader in staff development. Ms. Tobin believed strongly that staff development and nursing faculty must collaborate to benefit nursing.

Crossing the Clinical Chasm: From the Backpack to the Palm

Clark, Kathy; Colevins, Helen; Bond, Diana

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(2):E14-E18, March-April 2009.

This piece describes a partnership between hospital, vendor, and state agency to introduce Palm technology to RN refreshers.

Healthcare Workforce Development Through an International Workshop Series: Nursing Care of Older Adults

Schoessler, Mary Theresa; Van Son, Catherine; Overall, Judith W.; More

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(2):64-69, March-April 2009.

This piece describes a fascinating partnership between local and international nursing faculty to address learning needs and improve patient care.

Advancing Evidence-Based Practice in Rural Nursing

Lenz, Brenda K.; Barnard, Pamela

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 25(1):E14-E19, January-February 2009.

This piece emphasizes the need to partner with experts outside of the hospital and take advantage of resources to advance evidence based practice and research utilization.

Collaboration: A Community Effort to Create a Standardized Orientation Program for Nursing Students

Harrelson, Melissa; Britton, Nell; Lott, Tanya; More

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 23(3):145-149, May-June 2007.

This piece discusses a major effort between hospitals and universities to create and deliver online orientation for nursing students.

Education and Practice Collaboration: Using Simulation and Virtual Reality Technology to Assess Continuing Nurse Competency in the Long-Term Acute Care Setting

Landry, Michael; Oberleitner, Melinda G.; Landry, Heidi; More

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 22(4):163-169, July-August 2006.

This piece presents a collaboration between a hospital and a school of nursing using simulation to assess nurse competence.

Preparing Preceptors Through Online Education

Phillips, Janet M.

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 22(3):150-156, May-June 2006.

This piece discusses partnering with a school of nursing's Learning Management System (LMS) to deliver online preceptor education.

Nurse Residency Programs: Redesigning the transition Into Practice

Herdrich, Bob; Lindsay, Aindrea

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 22(2):55-62, March-April 2006.

This piece focuses on a partnership between hospitals and academia to define, support, implement and evaluate a new nurse residency program in the midwest.

The Clinical Placement Consortium: Where Education and Practice Meet

Hodges, Jan; Kline, Kay

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 21(6):267-271, November-December 2005.

This piece describes a community's (51 sites and 7 schools) attempt to improve the clinical placement process through collaboration.

Clinical Scholar Model: Providing Excellence in Clinical Supervision of Nursing Students

Preheim, Gayle; Casey, Kathy; Krugman, Mary

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 22(1):15-20, January-February 2006.

This piece introduces a model using an academic/service partnership to address clinical orientation of nursing students.

Nurturing the Seeds of Learning: A Professional Development Initiative for Hospital-Based Nurse Educators

Tezak, Beverley; Chan, Angela

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 21(3):110-114, May-June 2005.

This piece describes a successful two-facility collaboration aimed at professional development for nurse educators. Common issues were identified and addressed.

Building Bridges…and Strengthening Nursing

Carney, Diane M.

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 21(1):1-5, January-February 2005.

This piece offers insights into a long-standing collaborative program (hospital, schools, funders) to enhance recruitment and retention of quality nurses.

Enhancing the Clinical Experience for Undergraduate Nursing Students: Revisiting the Clinical Associate Model

Cantrell, Mary Ann; Murawski, Sarah

Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD). 26(5):E10-E16, September-October 2010.

This article describes a partnership model developed between academia and a hospital to improve the clinical learning experience for nursing students.

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