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Magnet® Excellence

  • Updated:   4/14/2023
  • Contains:  28 items
Here we've gathered articles to help you on your Magnet recognition journey.

Leveraging Magnet® principles: Leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic

Mezzina, Patricia; Agbozo, Delasi; Hileman, Pamela

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(12):22-27, December 2021.

Read about how one nursing team utilized Magnet tenets in their daily operations to achieve not only positive patient outcomes, but also a resilient workforce.

Daring greatly: Building a coalition for a successful virtual Magnet® site visit during a pandemic

Stephens, Katie; Borgueta, Elizabeth; Nawabi, Tiffany; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(9):24-29, September 2021.

Read about how a large urban medical center used collaborative taskforces to ready its staff to welcome Magnet appraisers virtually.

The power of mentorship

Lewis, C. Preston; Johnson, Brenda Hulker; Donnell, Carla; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 50(7):38-44, July 2019.

Discover how one healthcare system became the first in the world to achieve a combination of Magnet® recognition and Pathway to Excellence® designation for all of its hospitals.

Leadership practices and patient outcomes in Magnet® vs. non-Magnet hospitals

Fischer, James P.; Nichols, Cynthia

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 50(5):26-31, May 2019.

This article presents a study examining the relationship between the self-reported transformational leadership behaviors of frontline nurse managers and four nurse-sensitive patient outcomes, with consideration given to the hospital's Magnet status.

Excellence has no endpoint

Guanci, Gen; Medeiros, Marky

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 49(5):32-35, May 2018.

An organization that continuously strives for excellence consistently keeps the patient and family at the center of all it does. How does the journey to Magnet® recognition fit in?

The Nightingale Experience: A community service collaboration between a Magnet® hospital and nursing program

Curl, Eileen Deges; Hale, Regina; Wilsker, Donna; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(3):40-48, March 2017.

This community service collaboration between a Magnet® hospital and nursing program fosters an interest in nursing as a career in high school students.

The forgotten rung: A clinical ladder for UAP

Gent, Patricia Lambert; Proulx, Joseph R.; Seidl, Kristin

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 45(2):48-52, February 2014.

Despite job growth for assistive personnel and their distinction as part of the nursing workforce,there's a lack of momentum in all institutions, including Magnet facilities, for their development.

The international Magnet® journey

Walker, Kim; Aguilera, Jose

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(10):50-52, October 2013.

An Australian hospital shares its Magnet story and makes the argument for promoting the Magnet Recognition Program® outside of the United States.

DNP-prepared APRNs: Leading the Magnet® charge

Sonson, Susan L.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(7):49-52, July 2013.

Nurse execs must understand the various roles for advanced practice RNs and how to best leverage their expertise, specifically through shared governance initiatives during a Magnet journey.

Boots on the ground: The role of the Magnet® project director

Lavin, Patricia M.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(2):50-52, February 2013.

If your facility is on the journey toward or thinking about Magnet recognition, consider hiring a well-suitedchampion to facilitate the process.

Forging a new culture: Blending Magnet® principles with Just Culture

Bashaw, Erin Shannelle; Lounsbury, Karen

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 43(10):49-53, October 2012.

Forging a new culture: Blending Magnet® principles with Just Culture

Aligning systems with the Magnet® Model to create a culture of safety

Doucette, Jeffrey N.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 43(7):52-55, July 2012.

Incorporating the Magnet® Model into your practice may help balance out responsibilities while enhancing patient care and cost containment at your facility.

If at first you don't succeed...

Dickey, Susan M.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 43(4):49-52, April 2012.

Magnet® status is highly sought after across healthcare facilities, but what happens when you're denied?Read what one organization did to turn their rejection into recognition.

Nurse-pharmacist collaboration at a Magnet® hospital yields positive results

Bardas, Sandra Leigh; Cheng, Ya-Hwei; Durando, Mary K.; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 43(2):47-54, February 2012.

Job satisfaction plays a significant role in retention. This project is an example of not only how to achieve Magnet excellence, but also how to gauge employee satisfaction.

Are you a transformational leader?

Smith, Mary Atkinson

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 42(9):44-50, September 2011.

Transformational leadership inspires others to discover meaning and purpose in relation to their work, in addition to growth and maturity.

The Magnetic Pull: Leading the change reaction

Ricke-Kiely, Theresa; Robey-Williams, Cathy

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 42(7):41-45, July 2011.

Changing views on recognition, resources, and culture can helpa hospital prepare for Magnet® recognition.