Nursing Administration Quarterly

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April/June 2023 - Volume 47 - Issue 2

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This issue is focused on nursing science for leadership. Our Guest Editors, Nora Warshawsky and Pat Yoder-Wise have put together an issue with manuscripts derived from the 2021 Annual Conference of the Association for Leadership Science in Nursing (ALSN).

The nurse scientist role is critical for expanding evidence-based decisions and nursing research. Typically, nurse scientists have a PhD degree but not always! There are many masters prepared nurse scientists and, although the DNP is not a research doctorate, some DNPs do conduct research. The partnership of a PhD and a DNP can be a wonderful dyad when conducting research as their skill sets differ; some hospitals around the country are implementing this model in their research departments.

​To hear more about the issue, visit our Podcast page to listen to the Guest Editors describe what to expect. Don't forget our Continuing the Conversation" column which provides faculty and educators talking points and critical thinking exercises for their use. Please let us know what you think of this offering.

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Nursing Administration Quarterly (NAQ)

Current Issue Highlights

Guest Editorial

Warshawsky, Nora; Yoder-Wise, Patricia

Nursing Administration Quarterly. 47(2):105-106, April/June 2023.



​​​Thank you to Dr. Nora Warshawsky for your years of services as Associate Editor to NAQ! Nora is now in a new role as Nurse Scientist for Press Ganey.

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Welcome Dr. Jim D’Alfonso as our new Associate Editor for NAQ. Jim is a seasoned Nurse Executive and currently serves as the Executive Director, Professional Excellence and the KP Scholars Academy at Kaiser Permanente, Northern California.​


Continuing the Conversation is a unique offering from Nursing Administration Quarterly. For each issue, we will showcase an article which will be made available to the public. We’ve also developed an accompanying discussion guide that could be used for a journal club or to support a nursing leadership course. Simply click on thelink in each one to access!

​Lived travel nurse and permanent staff nurse pandemic work experiences as influencers of motivation, happiness, stress, and career decisions​​

Shaping the Nursing Profession Postpandemic Through Reconstructed Leadership Practices​

Associations among nurse​​s' mental/physical health, lifestyle behaviors, shift length, and workplace wellness support during COVID-19: Important implications for health care systems

Interpreting Organizational-Level Financial Statements​

The Dual Epidemics of 2020: Nurse Leaders’ Reflections in the Context of Whole Person/Whole Systems​

Using Activism to Get Nurses on Boards​

Leading Through Chaos: Perspectives From Nurse Executives​

Disruptive Demographics: Their Effects on Nursing Demand, Supply and Academic Preparation​

Building the Profession of the Future ​

Creating a Healthier Workplace Environment in an Era of Rising Workforce Pressures​

Using Technology to Build Trusting Relationships

Artificial Intelligence Forecasting Census and Supporting Early Decisions

Technology Solutions for Nurse Leaders

Coach Mindset: Preparing Leaders to Create a Climate of Trust and Value.

Clinical Nurses: Leading through the Complexity of Human Trafficking

Diversifying Nursing Leadership through Commitment, Connection, and Collaboration

Complexity Leadership in the Nursing Context

Applying Complexity Science as a DNP Quantum Leader

Organizational Trust, Psychological Empowerment, and Organizational Commitment Among Licensed Practical Nurses

Issue 47.2: April/May/June 2023
Nursing Science for Leadership in a New Decade
(closed for submissions)

Issue 47.3: July/Aug/Sept 2023
Fracture on the fault line: Nursing’s Call to Action
(closed for submissions)

Issue 47.4: Oct/Nov/Dec 2023
The Business of Healthcare: Nursing's Contribution to Quality Care Viability
Submissions Due: March 31st, 2023

Issue 48.1: Jan/Feb/Marc 2024
​Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging (more info to come!)
Submissions Due: October 1st, 2023 

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