August 2020 - Volume 51 - Issue 8 - Contributor Index

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Nurse leaders as problem-solvers: Addressing lateral and horizontal violence

Anthony, Michelle R.; Brett, Anne Liners

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):12-19, August 2020.

Read about a qualitative, grounded theory study that looked to gain a deeper understanding of nurse leaders' perceptions of their role in addressing lateral and horizontal violence, and the substantive theory developed from the results.

Nurse leaders as problem-solvers: Addressing lateral and horizontal violence

Anthony, Michelle R.; Brett, Anne Liners

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):12-19, August 2020.

Read about a qualitative, grounded theory study that looked to gain a deeper understanding of nurse leaders' perceptions of their role in addressing lateral and horizontal violence, and the substantive theory developed from the results.

Impact of nurses' weight status on patient health promotion: A literature review

Essen, Kylee; Brown, Robin

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):44-49, August 2020.

This literature review aims to answer the question: Is the effectiveness of health promotion activities compromised when provided by nurses who are overweight or obese compared with nurses of a healthy weight?

Engagement among psychiatric nurses: Is it different? How and why?

Curran, Mary-Jo; Rivera, Reynaldo R.; Knaplund, Claire; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):20-26, August 2020.

Organizational success requires engaged nurses to prevent turnover and provide high-quality care. Here, the authors share information from a study that investigated engagement levels and the drivers of engagement in a population of psychiatric nurses.

Engagement among psychiatric nurses: Is it different? How and why?

Curran, Mary-Jo; Rivera, Reynaldo R.; Knaplund, Claire; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):20-26, August 2020.

Organizational success requires engaged nurses to prevent turnover and provide high-quality care. Here, the authors share information from a study that investigated engagement levels and the drivers of engagement in a population of psychiatric nurses.

Engagement among psychiatric nurses: Is it different? How and why?

Curran, Mary-Jo; Rivera, Reynaldo R.; Knaplund, Claire; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):20-26, August 2020.

Organizational success requires engaged nurses to prevent turnover and provide high-quality care. Here, the authors share information from a study that investigated engagement levels and the drivers of engagement in a population of psychiatric nurses.

Impact of nurses' weight status on patient health promotion: A literature review

Essen, Kylee; Brown, Robin

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):44-49, August 2020.

This literature review aims to answer the question: Is the effectiveness of health promotion activities compromised when provided by nurses who are overweight or obese compared with nurses of a healthy weight?

Filling the pipeline before it's empty: From first semester to graduate nurse

Sanchez, Lynda; Fuselier, Aline

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):36-42, August 2020.

A nonprofit hospital developed a unique nurse intern practice transition program to bring nursing students into the hospital environment, enculturate them to the facility, and retain them after graduation. Learn how they did it here.

Engagement among psychiatric nurses: Is it different? How and why?

Curran, Mary-Jo; Rivera, Reynaldo R.; Knaplund, Claire; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):20-26, August 2020.

Organizational success requires engaged nurses to prevent turnover and provide high-quality care. Here, the authors share information from a study that investigated engagement levels and the drivers of engagement in a population of psychiatric nurses.

Engagement among psychiatric nurses: Is it different? How and why?

Curran, Mary-Jo; Rivera, Reynaldo R.; Knaplund, Claire; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):20-26, August 2020.

Organizational success requires engaged nurses to prevent turnover and provide high-quality care. Here, the authors share information from a study that investigated engagement levels and the drivers of engagement in a population of psychiatric nurses.

A blueprint for leadership during COVID-19

Rosa, William E.; Schlak, Amelia E.; Rushton, Cynda H.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):28-34, August 2020.

This article discusses burnout and moral distress among nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic and suggests institutional policy recommendations to support nurses not only during this crisis, but also during future pandemics and health disasters.

A blueprint for leadership during COVID-19

Rosa, William E.; Schlak, Amelia E.; Rushton, Cynda H.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):28-34, August 2020.

This article discusses burnout and moral distress among nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic and suggests institutional policy recommendations to support nurses not only during this crisis, but also during future pandemics and health disasters.

Filling the pipeline before it's empty: From first semester to graduate nurse

Sanchez, Lynda; Fuselier, Aline

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):36-42, August 2020.

A nonprofit hospital developed a unique nurse intern practice transition program to bring nursing students into the hospital environment, enculturate them to the facility, and retain them after graduation. Learn how they did it here.

A blueprint for leadership during COVID-19

Rosa, William E.; Schlak, Amelia E.; Rushton, Cynda H.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(8):28-34, August 2020.

This article discusses burnout and moral distress among nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic and suggests institutional policy recommendations to support nurses not only during this crisis, but also during future pandemics and health disasters.

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