Best of 2017

Updated:   12/19/2017
Contains:  15 items
Here we've gathered our picks for the best of 2017.

Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence

Sensmeier, Joyce

Nursing Management. 48(11):14-19, November 2017.

The data-rich nature of healthcare makes it the perfect stage to transform numbers into actionable information that improves patient care.

Standout nurse leaders...What's in the research?

Hughes, Vickie

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(9):16-24, September 2017.

Countless studies aim to uncover the characteristics of great nurse leaders. Here, learn what these invaluable individuals have in common.

Are your Gen X nurses satisfied?

Christopher, Sybèle Anne; Waters, Donna; Chiarella, Mary

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(8):24-31, August 2017.

Explore how the right work environment can influence job satisfaction and reduce turnover in this generation.

Interprofessional team performance, optimized

Poston, Rebecca; Haney, Tina; Kott, Karen; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(7):36-43, July 2017.

Explore a framework for overcoming challenges using organizational psychology that facilitates a common language among team members.

Get the lead out: Responding to unplanned change

O'Keefe, Patricia A.; Jones, Carol S.; Kowalski, Mildred Ortu; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(6):24-30, June 2017.

Transformational leaders at one medical center took swift action to minimize negative impact when lead surfaced in the water supply.

Demystifying nursing Research at the Bedside

Chipps, Esther; Nash, Mary; Buck, Jacalyn; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(4):28-35, April 2017.

Research responsibilities extend well beyond academia. You can support the process by assessing organizational structures.

Nurse scientists: One size doesn't fit all

Vessey, Judith A.; McCabe, Margaret; Lulloff, Amanda J.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(2):26-34, February 2017.

This first part of our new research series teaches you how to select the right researcher for your organization.

Dimensions of inclusive care: A young transgender patient sparks the need for an immediate education action plan.

Kroning, Maureen; Green, Jonathan; Kroning, Kayla

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(1):22-26, January 2017.

A young transgender patient sparks the need for an immediate education action plan at one hospital. What can you learn from their experience?