July 2018 - Volume 49 - Issue 7 - Contributor Index

Alphabetical Search
A
E
F
G
I
L
N
O
Q
S
T
U
W
X
Y
Z
Author:

Two heads are better than one: Partnering to improve a critical care work environment

Brown, Lynn Greenleaf; Johnson, Tanya L.; McMillan, Libba Reed; More

Nursing Management. 49(7):22-29, July 2018.

Learn about the benefits of academic collaboration with hospital administrators to identify root causes of nurse turnover and develop feasible, sustainable solutions.

Two heads are better than one: Partnering to improve a critical care work environment

Brown, Lynn Greenleaf; Johnson, Tanya L.; McMillan, Libba Reed; More

Nursing Management. 49(7):22-29, July 2018.

Learn about the benefits of academic collaboration with hospital administrators to identify root causes of nurse turnover and develop feasible, sustainable solutions.

Two heads are better than one: Partnering to improve a critical care work environment

Brown, Lynn Greenleaf; Johnson, Tanya L.; McMillan, Libba Reed; More

Nursing Management. 49(7):22-29, July 2018.

Learn about the benefits of academic collaboration with hospital administrators to identify root causes of nurse turnover and develop feasible, sustainable solutions.

Two heads are better than one: Partnering to improve a critical care work environment

Brown, Lynn Greenleaf; Johnson, Tanya L.; McMillan, Libba Reed; More

Nursing Management. 49(7):22-29, July 2018.

Learn about the benefits of academic collaboration with hospital administrators to identify root causes of nurse turnover and develop feasible, sustainable solutions.

Taking nurse staffing research to the unit level

Paulsen, Rebecca A.

Nursing Management. 49(7):42-48, July 2018.

This summary of currently published literature explores gaps that explain why translation of nurse staffing research into clinical practice has been difficult.

Engage new nurses with CARING

Vess, Kellee R.; Russell, Jeffrey A.

Nursing Management. 49(7):14-20, July 2018.

Help novice nurses navigate the uncertainties of first-time employment with the CARING model, which promotes workplace wellness by fostering coping strategies for daily practice.

Engage new nurses with CARING

Vess, Kellee R.; Russell, Jeffrey A.

Nursing Management. 49(7):14-20, July 2018.

Help novice nurses navigate the uncertainties of first-time employment with the CARING model, which promotes workplace wellness by fostering coping strategies for daily practice.