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  • Updated:   6/25/2021
  • Contains:  32 items
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Disaster readiness essentials for a pandemic

Evans, Cathleen A.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(7):20-26, July 2021.

Nurses and healthcare staff know their practice well; however, COVID-19 has exposed gaps in our disaster readiness. This article contributes a collection of free, web-based education resources to develop a foundation for disaster readiness among nurses and healthcare staff.

Depression and anxiety prevalence in nursing staff during the COVID-19 pandemic

Serrano, Jan; Hassamal, Sameer; Hassamal, Sunita; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(6):24-32, June 2021.

This article reviews a study to determine the effects of COVID-19 on the rate of depression and anxiety in nurses and to identify potential strategies that nurse leaders can implement to reduce depression and anxiety in their staff.

Building a new, better normal after COVID-19

Blake, Nancy

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(6):20-23, June 2021.

During the past year, frontline nurses have devised novel ideas to deal with the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover ways to keep these improvements going beyond the pandemic through the lens of healthy work environment standards.

SOS in a pandemic: Staffing strategies for COVID-19

Moorer, Amanda; Klatt, Elizabeth; Thornton, Olivia; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(4):22-30, April 2021.

In spring 2020, a large healthcare system spanning various state regions admitted over one-third of the state's COVID-positive patients. Learn how they developed an operational framework to effectively use all system RNs to address the ever-changing dynamic of frontline staffing.

Let's talk about scrubs: A reflection during COVID-19

Joseph, Rachel; Highton, Mary; Goodrich, Cindy

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(3):26-32, March 2021.

This article explores the literature for evidence of scrubs as a source of infection, optimal ways to decontaminate, and the role of leadership to support nurses by developing appropriate policies or guidelines.

Applying LEAN strategies to crisis leadership

Baruch, Diane; Singh, Darshani; Halliday, Catherine; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(2):36-41, February 2021.

The COVID-19 crisis has transformed our mental framework; what once felt impossible has become conceivable. In this article, the authors present how one New York City hospital responded to the pandemic using a crisis leadership model and LEAN methodology.

Everyday courage for extraordinary times

Tye, Joe; Dent, Bob

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(1):38-44, January 2021.

High anxiety can lead to flawed leadership decision-making, and fostering a spirit of everyday courage is the antidote. Here are 13 strategies for being a more effective leader and promoting a positive culture in today's healthcare environment.

Leadership lessons on partnership

Medland, Jacqueline; Moscinski, Paula

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 52(1):30-36, January 2021.

The future of patient care is poised for reexamination. This article invites you to pause and reflect on your leadership style and to critically think about what your team members need from your leadership now.

After-action review: A critical tool for leaders to get to the next normal

Goodyear, Caryl

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(12):44-48, December 2020.

An after-action review (AAR) is a tool to help evaluate any large event impacting people and our usual systems and way of working. This article explains the AAR and how to conduct one, along with possible outcomes that can be realized by completing an AAR.

Just-in-time safety training for N95 respirators: A virtual approach

Clarke, Beth; Haze, Nanci; Sly, Jacqueline; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(11):17-22, November 2020.

N95 respirators are vital in today's healthcare settings. This quality improvement project offers novel, time-saving, and convenient ways of providing initial and refresher training to ensure staff protection.

ICU buddy staffing to combat COVID-19

Schneider, Brian C.; Schneider, Steven P.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(10):36-42, October 2020.

Read about a New York City medical center that was challenged by an influx of patients with COVID-19 to expand ICU care, leading them to create a buddy staffing model by pairing an ICU nurse with a non-ICU nurse to meet staffing needs.

Creating clinical nurse leaders during the COVID-19 outbreak

Bernhardt, Jean M.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(9):42-48, September 2020.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, nurse leaders in all organizations will be stretched thin at some point. Supporting aspiring nurse leaders in short-term assignments as clinical nurse leaders provides experiential leadership development opportunities and creates a future workforce to fill nursing leadership vacancies.

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.





Creator: Andrew Parent
Duration: 18:15
Nursing Management 
Nursing Management speaks with Nursing2020 Editor-in-Chief Linda Laskowski-Jones MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CEN, NEA-BC, FAWM, FAAN about managing staff morale during the COVID-19 pandemic and the particular importance of supporting staff at this time and staying in touch with their needs. To listen to more episodes, click here.
Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 18:18
Nursing Management 
Nursing Management spoke with Nursing Management Editor-in-Chief Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, about the COVID-19 pandemic in an interview on April 28. We discuss the current situation in New York City, what a nursing leaders top priorities are in a pandemic, how the pandemic forced changes to hospital operations and which changes she thinks may stick around, and lessons learned.
Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 16:20
Nursing Management 
Nursing Management speaks with Thomas Jefferson University Hospital CNO and Nursing Management Editorial Board member Jeffrey Doucette, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, FACHE, in a May 4 interview. Jeff discusses the now-viral ‘Swab Squad’ at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, a group of nurses at the hospital’s COVID-19 testing site who recently went viral with their morning dancing videos on social media and were rewarded with an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” We also chat with Jeff about his experience in preparing his team for the coronavirus outbreak and how a leader should best support their team during a global pandemic. To listen to more episodes, click here .
Creator: Drew Parent
Duration: 14:18
Nursing Management 

Nursing Management speaks with Nursing Management Editor-in-Chief Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, about how her hospital in New York City is preparing for a potential second surge of COVID-19 cases, how the coronavirus pandemic may change hospital operations for the foreseeable future, and how nurses are still struggling to be heard at every level. To listen to more episodes, click here.

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