January 2023 - Volume 53 - Issue 1 - Contributor Index

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Autonomic dysreflexia in patients with spinal cord injury

Harmison, Lauren E.; Beckham, James W.; Adelman, Deborah S.

Nursing. 53(1):21-26, January 2023.

Patients with traumatic spinal cord injury have a vast array of secondary complications, one of which is autonomic dysreflexia (AD). This article examines AD and its implications for nursing care.

New strategies to combat workplace incivility and promote joy

Kroning, Maureen; Annunziato, Sara

Nursing. 53(1):45-50, January 2023.

Incivility has been well-reported in healthcare settings. This article presents a nursing program's journey in addressing incivility among the nurse faculty and the results achieved.

Autonomic dysreflexia in patients with spinal cord injury

Harmison, Lauren E.; Beckham, James W.; Adelman, Deborah S.

Nursing. 53(1):21-26, January 2023.

Patients with traumatic spinal cord injury have a vast array of secondary complications, one of which is autonomic dysreflexia (AD). This article examines AD and its implications for nursing care.

Creating a friendly healthcare environment for LGBTQIA+ patients

Bingham, Karilee W.; Heavey, Elizabeth

Nursing. 53(1):34-38, January 2023.

Persons who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) face unique disparities in healthcare. This article discusses how to create a welcoming healthcare environment for these individuals.

Addressing nurses' prolonged grief due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Wilson-Mooney, Catherine; Smith, Erin Murphy; Browne-Bradwisch, Sarah A.

Nursing. 53(1):30-33, January 2023.

Highlighting key learnings from healthcare workers' experiences during the pandemic, this article outlines self-care strategies to help nurses address prolonged grief disorder and persistent complex bereavement disorder and better prepare for future healthcare emergencies.

Nurses' role in promoting medication adherence

Zoromski, Lorraine M.; Frazier, Sharon

Nursing. 53(1):39-44, January 2023.

A patient's willingness and desire to adhere to their medication plan are affected by their beliefs about taking medications, health literacy, and other factors. This article details strategies for creating a collaborative relationship with the patient, developing trust, and nurturing medication adherence.

Autonomic dysreflexia in patients with spinal cord injury

Harmison, Lauren E.; Beckham, James W.; Adelman, Deborah S.

Nursing. 53(1):21-26, January 2023.

Patients with traumatic spinal cord injury have a vast array of secondary complications, one of which is autonomic dysreflexia (AD). This article examines AD and its implications for nursing care.

Creating a friendly healthcare environment for LGBTQIA+ patients

Bingham, Karilee W.; Heavey, Elizabeth

Nursing. 53(1):34-38, January 2023.

Persons who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) face unique disparities in healthcare. This article discusses how to create a welcoming healthcare environment for these individuals.

New strategies to combat workplace incivility and promote joy

Kroning, Maureen; Annunziato, Sara

Nursing. 53(1):45-50, January 2023.

Incivility has been well-reported in healthcare settings. This article presents a nursing program's journey in addressing incivility among the nurse faculty and the results achieved.

Mindfulness techniques for clinical nurses

Mancarella, Jessica A.

Nursing. 53(1):28-29, January 2023.

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened nurses' stress levels and made it even more challenging to carve time for self-care. This nurse, with over 14 years of experience in high-stress EDs and ICUs, shares mindfulness techniques to help nurses manage stress, reframe overwhelming situations, and improve their well-being.

HIPAA and video recordings in the clinical setting

Miles, Gayla; Quinlan, Anne

Nursing. 53(1):15-19, January 2023.

This article reviews several areas regarding protected health information (PHI), as well as the use of video, areas of concern for exchanging PHI with law enforcement at the bedside, and the need for the development of formal guidelines regarding the use of video in the clinical setting.

HIPAA and video recordings in the clinical setting

Miles, Gayla; Quinlan, Anne

Nursing. 53(1):15-19, January 2023.

This article reviews several areas regarding protected health information (PHI), as well as the use of video, areas of concern for exchanging PHI with law enforcement at the bedside, and the need for the development of formal guidelines regarding the use of video in the clinical setting.

Addressing nurses' prolonged grief due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Wilson-Mooney, Catherine; Smith, Erin Murphy; Browne-Bradwisch, Sarah A.

Nursing. 53(1):30-33, January 2023.

Highlighting key learnings from healthcare workers' experiences during the pandemic, this article outlines self-care strategies to help nurses address prolonged grief disorder and persistent complex bereavement disorder and better prepare for future healthcare emergencies.

Addressing nurses' prolonged grief due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Wilson-Mooney, Catherine; Smith, Erin Murphy; Browne-Bradwisch, Sarah A.

Nursing. 53(1):30-33, January 2023.

Highlighting key learnings from healthcare workers' experiences during the pandemic, this article outlines self-care strategies to help nurses address prolonged grief disorder and persistent complex bereavement disorder and better prepare for future healthcare emergencies.

Nurses' role in promoting medication adherence

Zoromski, Lorraine M.; Frazier, Sharon

Nursing. 53(1):39-44, January 2023.

A patient's willingness and desire to adhere to their medication plan are affected by their beliefs about taking medications, health literacy, and other factors. This article details strategies for creating a collaborative relationship with the patient, developing trust, and nurturing medication adherence.

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