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October/December 2020 - Volume 44 - Issue 4

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  • 1550-5103
  • 4 issues / year

This issue of Nursing Administration Quarterly is focused the use of technology  and how it enables nurse leaders to be more caring, more efficient, and even predict outcomes before they happen.  As health systems merge, grow across the continuum, and become more complex the role of the nursing leader is exponentially changing. The disparate and complex volume of information demands the nurse leaders analyze and create a plan for their workforce and patient/ population management. 

Read about nurse leaders using artificial intelligence to make staffing projections; the future of technology in healthcare, using big data, and more.  Three articles from this issue will be selected for our “Continuing the Conversation” from Nursing Administration Quarterly facilitated by Associate Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Nora Warshawsky.  We hope you will take advantage of this new, and ongoing offering.

Please email me at [email protected] if you have ideas for future issues or articles.  Aspiring and returning authors, please note that we have updated author guidelines on our website. Click here to see the Information for Authors.
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KT Waxman, Editor-in-Chief

Current Issue Highlights

For additional details, please click the link to the Issue Topic.  

Issue: 45.2
Topic: Pandemic: The Ultimate Disruptor
Submissions Due:  September 15th, 2020

Issue 45.3
Topic: The Value of Nursing
Submissions Due: November 1st, 2020

Issue 45.4
Topic: Boundary Spanning Leadership
Submissions Due: February 1st, 2021

Issue 46.1
Topic: Mental Health: The Crisis Around Us
Submissions Due: May 1st, 2021