February 2019 - Volume 50 - Issue 2 - Contributor Index

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Nurse manager self-reported competency levels

Flatekval, Anne Marie; Corbo, Sally Ann

Nursing Management. 50(2):28-33, February 2019.

This article describes a pilot study at a large medical center that utilized the Nurse Manager Skills Inventory Tool to measure self-reported competency levels for nurse leaders before and after a leadership development program.

Nurse manager self-reported competency levels

Flatekval, Anne Marie; Corbo, Sally Ann

Nursing Management. 50(2):28-33, February 2019.

This article describes a pilot study at a large medical center that utilized the Nurse Manager Skills Inventory Tool to measure self-reported competency levels for nurse leaders before and after a leadership development program.

Collaborating to promote psychiatric mental health nursing research

Haynes, Chantille; Maddigan, Joy

Nursing Management. 50(2):34-40, February 2019.

The collaboration of clinical nurses and academic nurse researchers is required to determine best practice. The development of a collaborative between a mid-sized university's nursing faculty and a clinical mental health and addictions program shows how to engage nurses in research to create an evidence-based culture.

Collaborating to promote psychiatric mental health nursing research

Haynes, Chantille; Maddigan, Joy

Nursing Management. 50(2):34-40, February 2019.

The collaboration of clinical nurses and academic nurse researchers is required to determine best practice. The development of a collaborative between a mid-sized university's nursing faculty and a clinical mental health and addictions program shows how to engage nurses in research to create an evidence-based culture.

Our finalist Emily Emma

Mulligan, Marie

Nursing Management. 50(2):47-48, February 2019.

Meet the runner-up of this prestigious award, Emily Emma, DNP, RN-BC, NEA-BC, ONC, who was recognized at Nursing Management Congress2018 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

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.

Virtual care: The time is now

Sensmeier, Joyce

Nursing Management. 50(2):22-26, February 2019.

Learn all about recent advances in telehealth and how it can enable access to healthcare that isn't limited by time, place, or the availability of skilled healthcare professionals.

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.

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