November 2018 - Volume 49 - Issue 11 - Contributor Index

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Changing practice, saving lives

John, Sherley; Jacob, Merin Thomas; Meskill, Katie; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):12-16, November 2018.

Read how one unit launched its “TakeCAUTIon” change project to achieve a sustained decrease in catheter-associated urinary tract infections as part of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Clinical Scene Investigator Academy.

Vascular access: HD patients' perceived knowledge and practices

Cabrera, Mark A.; Marshall, Christopher N.; Sadler, Kimberly A.; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):31-36, November 2018.

This study evaluates patients' awareness of complications linked with tunneled central venous catheters and their interrelated practices.

Blame: What does it look like?

Duthie, Elizabeth A.

Nursing Management. 49(11):18-21, November 2018.

Blame is out; accountability is in. Learn how to distinguish between the two through the application of a medication error case study.

Factors associated with falls among hospital inpatients

Munsterman, Ellen; Hodo, Ashley; Newcomb, Patricia

Nursing Management. 49(11):38-44, November 2018.

Most inpatient falls can be eliminated or markedly reduced if nursing staff members adhere to high reliability organization principles, according to this mixed-methods study.

Changing practice, saving lives

John, Sherley; Jacob, Merin Thomas; Meskill, Katie; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):12-16, November 2018.

Read how one unit launched its “TakeCAUTIon” change project to achieve a sustained decrease in catheter-associated urinary tract infections as part of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Clinical Scene Investigator Academy.

Changing practice, saving lives

John, Sherley; Jacob, Merin Thomas; Meskill, Katie; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):12-16, November 2018.

Read how one unit launched its “TakeCAUTIon” change project to achieve a sustained decrease in catheter-associated urinary tract infections as part of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Clinical Scene Investigator Academy.

Cultural considerations for hepatitis B vaccination compliance

Kroning, Maureen; Sippel, Susan; Smith, Paula

Nursing Management. 49(11):45-47, November 2018.

Find out what one hospital is doing to increase hepatitis B vaccine administration rates within its Orthodox Jewish patient population.

Vascular access: HD patients' perceived knowledge and practices

Cabrera, Mark A.; Marshall, Christopher N.; Sadler, Kimberly A.; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):31-36, November 2018.

This study evaluates patients' awareness of complications linked with tunneled central venous catheters and their interrelated practices.

Hospital staffing technology: Hazard and opportunity risks

Massarweh, Lisa J.

Nursing Management. 49(11):48-53, November 2018.

Consider the risks and mitigation strategies associated with deploying a web-based staffing application across an integrated multi-hospital system.

Changing practice, saving lives

John, Sherley; Jacob, Merin Thomas; Meskill, Katie; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):12-16, November 2018.

Read how one unit launched its “TakeCAUTIon” change project to achieve a sustained decrease in catheter-associated urinary tract infections as part of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Clinical Scene Investigator Academy.

Changing practice, saving lives

John, Sherley; Jacob, Merin Thomas; Meskill, Katie; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):12-16, November 2018.

Read how one unit launched its “TakeCAUTIon” change project to achieve a sustained decrease in catheter-associated urinary tract infections as part of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Clinical Scene Investigator Academy.

Factors associated with falls among hospital inpatients

Munsterman, Ellen; Hodo, Ashley; Newcomb, Patricia

Nursing Management. 49(11):38-44, November 2018.

Most inpatient falls can be eliminated or markedly reduced if nursing staff members adhere to high reliability organization principles, according to this mixed-methods study.

Vascular access: HD patients' perceived knowledge and practices

Cabrera, Mark A.; Marshall, Christopher N.; Sadler, Kimberly A.; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):31-36, November 2018.

This study evaluates patients' awareness of complications linked with tunneled central venous catheters and their interrelated practices.

Factors associated with falls among hospital inpatients

Munsterman, Ellen; Hodo, Ashley; Newcomb, Patricia

Nursing Management. 49(11):38-44, November 2018.

Most inpatient falls can be eliminated or markedly reduced if nursing staff members adhere to high reliability organization principles, according to this mixed-methods study.

Vascular access: HD patients' perceived knowledge and practices

Cabrera, Mark A.; Marshall, Christopher N.; Sadler, Kimberly A.; More

Nursing Management. 49(11):31-36, November 2018.

This study evaluates patients' awareness of complications linked with tunneled central venous catheters and their interrelated practices.

Clinical decision support: Are we realizing the promise?

Sensmeier, Joyce

Nursing Management. 49(11):8-11, November 2018.

These tools can help clinicians by taking over routine tasks, warning of potential problems, or providing suggestions for the clinical team and patient to consider.

Cultural considerations for hepatitis B vaccination compliance

Kroning, Maureen; Sippel, Susan; Smith, Paula

Nursing Management. 49(11):45-47, November 2018.

Find out what one hospital is doing to increase hepatitis B vaccine administration rates within its Orthodox Jewish patient population.

Cultural considerations for hepatitis B vaccination compliance

Kroning, Maureen; Sippel, Susan; Smith, Paula

Nursing Management. 49(11):45-47, November 2018.

Find out what one hospital is doing to increase hepatitis B vaccine administration rates within its Orthodox Jewish patient population.

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