June 2019 - Volume 49 - Issue 6 - Contributor Index

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Increasing cultural competence with LGBTQ patients

Margolies, Liz; Brown, Carlton G.

Nursing2019. 49(6):34-40, June 2019.

Many nurses lack basic education about LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) patient care. Review this article for insights and strategies that can help nurses recognize health disparities affecting LGBTQ patients, encourage patients to disclose sexual orientation and gender identity to healthcare professionals, and work with LGBTQ patients to improve outcomes.

Interventions for children with reactive attachment disorder

Vega, Heather; Cole, Kimberly; Hill, Kenneth

Nursing2019. 49(6):50-55, June 2019.

Characterized by aggressive or violent behaviors, reactive attachment disorder (RAD) affects children who have been repeatedly exposed to traumatic experiences. This article examines the underlying causes of RAD and introduces an evidence-based therapy that supports formation of healthy relationships.

Diabetes: Changing the conversation

Dickinson, Jane K.; Funnell, Martha M.

Nursing2019. 49(6):56-60, June 2019.

Words matter. Nurses can empower patients to manage their own care by carefully considering the language they use to talk to or about patients with diabetes.

Diabetes: Changing the conversation

Dickinson, Jane K.; Funnell, Martha M.

Nursing2019. 49(6):56-60, June 2019.

Words matter. Nurses can empower patients to manage their own care by carefully considering the language they use to talk to or about patients with diabetes.

Using health coaching to improve patients' BP management

Higgins, Karen; Scott, Micah A.

Nursing2019. 49(6):44-48, June 2019.

Initiating health coaching for patients with poorly controlled hypertension is an appropriate role for RNs. Use this patient-centered strategy to help patients with limited health literacy understand their medications and manage their hypertension.

Interventions for children with reactive attachment disorder

Vega, Heather; Cole, Kimberly; Hill, Kenneth

Nursing2019. 49(6):50-55, June 2019.

Characterized by aggressive or violent behaviors, reactive attachment disorder (RAD) affects children who have been repeatedly exposed to traumatic experiences. This article examines the underlying causes of RAD and introduces an evidence-based therapy that supports formation of healthy relationships.

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Hill, Rachel RN

An introduction to critical thinking

Johanson, Linda

Nursing2019. 49(6):42-43, June 2019.

After a brief interaction with a nursing student, this nurse educator saw the wisdom of using critical thinking when teaching critical thinking.

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement

Karycki, Melody K.

Nursing2019. 49(6):24-31, June 2019.

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is indicated in some patients with severe aortic stenosis who are not candidates for surgery. This article explores when TAVR may be preferred over surgical aortic valve replacement and reviews perioperative nursing care.

Increasing cultural competence with LGBTQ patients

Margolies, Liz; Brown, Carlton G.

Nursing2019. 49(6):34-40, June 2019.

Many nurses lack basic education about LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) patient care. Review this article for insights and strategies that can help nurses recognize health disparities affecting LGBTQ patients, encourage patients to disclose sexual orientation and gender identity to healthcare professionals, and work with LGBTQ patients to improve outcomes.

Using health coaching to improve patients' BP management

Higgins, Karen; Scott, Micah A.

Nursing2019. 49(6):44-48, June 2019.

Initiating health coaching for patients with poorly controlled hypertension is an appropriate role for RNs. Use this patient-centered strategy to help patients with limited health literacy understand their medications and manage their hypertension.

Interventions for children with reactive attachment disorder

Vega, Heather; Cole, Kimberly; Hill, Kenneth

Nursing2019. 49(6):50-55, June 2019.

Characterized by aggressive or violent behaviors, reactive attachment disorder (RAD) affects children who have been repeatedly exposed to traumatic experiences. This article examines the underlying causes of RAD and introduces an evidence-based therapy that supports formation of healthy relationships.

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