September 2021 - Volume 51 - Issue 9 - Contributor Index

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Improving mental health education in nursing school

Bennett, Courtney

Nursing. 51(9):48-53, September 2021.

This article discusses the nurse's role in providing care to individuals with mental illness and the importance of integrating more mental health education into undergraduate nursing curricula.

COVID-19 and opioid use disorder: Expanding treatment access in rural settings

Mumba, Mercy Ngosa; Jaiswal, Jessica; Langner-Smith, Natalia; More

Nursing. 51(9):44-47, September 2021.

This article examines the evidence supporting the use of telehealth in treating patients with opioid use disorder and explores other promising options that can help overcome pandemic-related barriers to treatment.

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Butler, Anisa

Identifying and tackling racial disparities in healthcare

Butler, Anisa; Covington, Kyla; Parsh, Bridget

Nursing. 51(9):40-43, September 2021.

The US healthcare system is plagued with inequities that disproportionately impact people of color and other marginalized communities. Here, the authors discuss some of the key reasons behind these historic and current health disparities, identify key terms, and discuss strategies for nurses who are interested in allying with efforts to tackle inequity and racism in American healthcare.

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Covington, Kyla

Identifying and tackling racial disparities in healthcare

Butler, Anisa; Covington, Kyla; Parsh, Bridget

Nursing. 51(9):40-43, September 2021.

The US healthcare system is plagued with inequities that disproportionately impact people of color and other marginalized communities. Here, the authors discuss some of the key reasons behind these historic and current health disparities, identify key terms, and discuss strategies for nurses who are interested in allying with efforts to tackle inequity and racism in American healthcare.

Evidence-based practice knowledge, attitudes, practices, and barriers

Crable, Jane; Highfield, Martha E. Farrar; Patmon, Frances

Nursing. 51(9):58-65, September 2021.

This study assessed nurses' knowledge, attitudes, practices, and perceived barriers related to evidence-based practice (EBP). Nurses reported highly positive attitudes toward EBP, and relatively strong EBP knowledge and practices, but they also identified several barriers.

COVID-19 and opioid use disorder: Expanding treatment access in rural settings

Mumba, Mercy Ngosa; Jaiswal, Jessica; Langner-Smith, Natalia; More

Nursing. 51(9):44-47, September 2021.

This article examines the evidence supporting the use of telehealth in treating patients with opioid use disorder and explores other promising options that can help overcome pandemic-related barriers to treatment.

Evidence-based practice knowledge, attitudes, practices, and barriers

Crable, Jane; Highfield, Martha E. Farrar; Patmon, Frances

Nursing. 51(9):58-65, September 2021.

This study assessed nurses' knowledge, attitudes, practices, and perceived barriers related to evidence-based practice (EBP). Nurses reported highly positive attitudes toward EBP, and relatively strong EBP knowledge and practices, but they also identified several barriers.

COVID-19 and opioid use disorder: Expanding treatment access in rural settings

Mumba, Mercy Ngosa; Jaiswal, Jessica; Langner-Smith, Natalia; More

Nursing. 51(9):44-47, September 2021.

This article examines the evidence supporting the use of telehealth in treating patients with opioid use disorder and explores other promising options that can help overcome pandemic-related barriers to treatment.

COVID-19 and opioid use disorder: Expanding treatment access in rural settings

Mumba, Mercy Ngosa; Jaiswal, Jessica; Langner-Smith, Natalia; More

Nursing. 51(9):44-47, September 2021.

This article examines the evidence supporting the use of telehealth in treating patients with opioid use disorder and explores other promising options that can help overcome pandemic-related barriers to treatment.

COVID-19 and opioid use disorder: Expanding treatment access in rural settings

Mumba, Mercy Ngosa; Jaiswal, Jessica; Langner-Smith, Natalia; More

Nursing. 51(9):44-47, September 2021.

This article examines the evidence supporting the use of telehealth in treating patients with opioid use disorder and explores other promising options that can help overcome pandemic-related barriers to treatment.

COVID-19 and opioid use disorder: Expanding treatment access in rural settings

Mumba, Mercy Ngosa; Jaiswal, Jessica; Langner-Smith, Natalia; More

Nursing. 51(9):44-47, September 2021.

This article examines the evidence supporting the use of telehealth in treating patients with opioid use disorder and explores other promising options that can help overcome pandemic-related barriers to treatment.

Identifying and tackling racial disparities in healthcare

Butler, Anisa; Covington, Kyla; Parsh, Bridget

Nursing. 51(9):40-43, September 2021.

The US healthcare system is plagued with inequities that disproportionately impact people of color and other marginalized communities. Here, the authors discuss some of the key reasons behind these historic and current health disparities, identify key terms, and discuss strategies for nurses who are interested in allying with efforts to tackle inequity and racism in American healthcare.

Evidence-based practice knowledge, attitudes, practices, and barriers

Crable, Jane; Highfield, Martha E. Farrar; Patmon, Frances

Nursing. 51(9):58-65, September 2021.

This study assessed nurses' knowledge, attitudes, practices, and perceived barriers related to evidence-based practice (EBP). Nurses reported highly positive attitudes toward EBP, and relatively strong EBP knowledge and practices, but they also identified several barriers.

Renal cell carcinoma, part 3

Pullen, Richard L. Jr.

Nursing. 51(9):30-38, September 2021.

In this article, the last in a three-part series, the author presents treatment options for renal cell carcinoma as well as nursing care for patients undergoing partial or radical nephrectomy.

Understanding parkinsonisms

Rank, Wendi

Nursing. 51(9):22-27, September 2021.

Parkinsonism describes a group of neurologic disorders associated with signs and symptoms similar to Parkinson disease. This article focuses on four types of parkinsonism: Lewy body dementia, multiple system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy, and corticobasal degeneration.

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