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May 2019 - Volume 49 - Issue 5

  • Karen S. Hill, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, FAAN
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​Dear Nurse Leaders,

The May 2019 edition of JONA is our annual Special Issue Devoted to Research in Nursing Administration. Every month JONA presents articles that are research based however, in the May edition I target articles profiling qualitative or quanitative research or articles supporting aspects of an environment conducive to nursing leadership research.

Dr. Nora Warshawsky is the author of the Guest Editoral, "Nursing Leadership State of the Science". Dr. Warshawsky discusses the outcomes of the 2018 International Nursing Administration Research Conference (INARC) where 8 priority foci for research in nursing leadership were identified. Those include: the economic value of nursing, innovative models of nursing care delivery, healthy practice environments, patient safety and outcomes, effectiveness of leadership, effectiveness of leadership education, use of technology and data, and the use of innovative research designs.

Drs. Bowie, DeSocio and Swanson present an interesting study in the article, "The DNP Degree; Are We Producing the Graduates We Intended?". This study assesses how DNP graduates describe their current practice, how their supervisors describe the DNPs practice and whether the practices described reflect the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) DNP Essentials. An overarching theme of the findings is that the DNP nurses reported "becoming more; re-envisioning self as an agent of change".

Dr. Ellen Swartwout and her co-authors present "Innovative Collaborative Partnerships to Conduct Multisite Research: Strategies for Success". This article presents the outcomes and lessons learned in the successful implementation of a study conducted at 5 clinical sites and a national research center. The authors present suggestions for site requirements in conducting multisite studies that will be of interest to those interested in doing collaborative research work.

I truly enjoyed meeting many of you at the 2019 annual AONE meeting, now the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL). Thanks for the support for JONA and for my presentation. If you have an idea for a study you are considering for publication or want to ask about submission, feel free to email me at jonaeditor@gmail.com. You can refer to our Guidelines for Authors at www.jonajournal.com for suggestions about manuscript guidelines, word count and citation format style.

Melora Ferren, MSN, RN-BC, the Social Media Coordinator for JONA, continues to post weekly on Twitter highlighting a topic from the journal. The Twitter address for JONA is #JONANurseLeader.  

Sincerely,

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

Editor-in-Chief
jonaeditor@gmail.com

Quality of Sleep in a Pediatric Hospital: A Descriptive Study Based on an Assessment of Interruptions, Perceptions, and the Environment

Crawford, Sara; Utt, Aaron; Beebe, Caylin; More

JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration. 49(5):273-279, May 2019.

 

  • Guest Editorial: A Home for Nurse Leaders: The Evolution to the American Organization for Nursing Leadership
  • Another Look at Differentiating Nursing Practice
  • The Value of Magnet: Recognition for Specialty Hospitals
  • A Model of Academic and Service Partnership Focused on the Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Exploring Inpatient Medication Patterns: A Big Data and Multilevel Approach
  • Nurse Manager Succession Planning: Evaluating a Pilot Program's Effect on Self-perception of Readiness
  • Informatics Competencies for Nurse Leaders: A Scoping Review
  • System- and Unit-level Care Quality Outcome Improvements After Integrating Clinical Nurse Leaders into Frontline Care Delivery
  • Evaluating the Use of High Reliability Principles to Increase Error Event Reporting: A Retrospective Review
  • Leveraging Technology to Sustain Extraordinary Care: A Qualitative Analysis of Meaningful Nurse Recognition
  • An Integrative Literature Review of Psychiatric Rapid Response Teams and Their Implementation for De-scalating Behavioral Crises in Nonpsychiatric Hospital Settings