Secondary Logo

January 2019 - Volume 50 - Issue 1
pp: 5-3

Editorial


Letters


Nursing Informatics


NEW Shared Governance Spotlight


Performance Potential


Leadership Q&A



Using the flipped classroom to apply survival skills for new clinical leaders

Zwerneman, Karen; Tolentino, Luz “Remy”; Pilcher, Jobeth

Nursing Management. 50(1):28-34, January 2019.

This article describes one healthcare system's efforts to improve its orientation process for new clinical leaders, including those from the nursing, respiratory, lab, and pharmacy departments.

Principles for sustaining shared/professional governance in nursing

Porter-O'Grady, Tim

Nursing Management. 50(1):36-41, January 2019.

Learn about the three fundamental principles that both affirm and validate the presence of effective and sustainable nursing professional governance structures and practices.

Nursing resource pool residency program: Implications for practice

McDonald, Rachel M.; Brooks, Kirk A.; Cline, Debbie; More

Nursing Management. 50(1):42-50, January 2019.

Discover how a residency program focused on the integration of residents into a hospital-wide float pool to support inpatient oncology nursing can be a model for introducing new graduate nurses into float pools across practice settings.

Richard Hader Visionary Leader Award


2018 Visionary Leader Lori A. Colineri

Zavotsky, Kathleen Evanovich; Easter, Kathy

Nursing Management. 50(1):13-16, January 2019.

Meet our newest winner, Lori A. Colineri, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, who was recognized at Nursing Management Congress2018 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

CE Connection


Are genetics/genomics competencies essential for all clinical nurses?

Newcomb, Patricia; Behan, Deborah; Sleutel, Martha; More

Nursing Management. 50(1):18-26, January 2019.

Read about a study that describes the current use of genetics/genomics nursing competencies in acute care hospitals and how clinical nurses perceive these competencies.