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Best of 2019

  • Creator:   Drew Parent
  • Updated:   1/8/2020
  • Contains:  10 items
Read through our picks for the best articles of 2019.
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Mindfulness to promote nurses' well-being

Penque, Sue

Nursing Management. 50(5):38-44, May 2019.

Find out how one hospital introduced a mindfulness-based stress reduction program to increase work satisfaction and decrease burnout.

Managing interpersonal conflict: Steps for success

Angelo, Elizabeth

Nursing Management. 50(6):22-28, June 2019.

Dealing with difficult personalities is a part of every nurse leader's career. Like many aspects of leadership, having a thoughtful and consistent approach can make all the difference. This article shares tips for effectively navigating interpersonal conflict.

How artificial intelligence is changing nursing

Robert, Nancy

Nursing Management. 50(9):30-39, September 2019.

This article provides an overview of artificial intelligence (AI), including how AI algorithms and robots are altering the nurse's role and the challenges facing the nursing profession as AI is integrated into healthcare delivery.

The emergency, trauma, and transport nursing workforce: Highlights of a benchmark 2019 survey

Schumaker, Janie; Taylor, William; McGonigle, Tim

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 50(12):20-32, December 2019.

This article highlights major findings from the 2019 Emergency/Trauma/Transport Nursing Workforce Survey, which was developed to profile today's emergency nurses and help identify specific resources necessary to ensure a sufficient, well-prepared, and well-supported future workforce.

Human trafficking: Impact, identification, and intervention

Byrne, Melissa; Parsh, Sophia; Parsh, Bridget

Nursing Management. 50(8):18-24, August 2019.

Caring for a victim of human trafficking can be traumatic, so nurse leaders must ensure that staff members are educated on how to identify and report human trafficking and connect patients with services and support systems. With proper training and support, staff members can rise to this challenging, and often difficult, facet of practice.

Be you! Authentic leadership

Raso, Rosanne

Nursing Management. 50(5):18-25, May 2019.

Characteristics of an authentic leader include honesty, trust, and integrity. Explore how this leadership style can have a positive impact on practice and a hand in creating a healthy work environment.

Drug diversion detection

Perry, Jason C.; Vandenhouten, Christine L.

Nursing Management. 50(2):16-21, February 2019.

Drug diversion can jeopardize patient care and safety, and leave healthcare organizations open to legal issues, financial loss, and damage to their reputations. Read how one health system started a quality improvement project to implement diversion detection software.

Just culture: It's more than policy

Paradiso, Linda; Sweeney, Nancy

Nursing Management. 50(6):38-45, June 2019.

A study at a large, urban teaching hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y., examined the relationship between trust, just culture, and error reporting. Find out the results, which offer practical implications to consider to improve trust in leaders.

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.