August 2019 - Volume 50 - Issue 8 - Contributor Index

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Workforce agility: An answer to turbulence in acute care nursing environments?

Snyder, Kara A.; Brewer, Barbara B.

Nursing Management. 50(8):46-50, August 2019.

An agile workforce demonstrates flexible behaviors and proactively, adaptively, and resiliently responds to change. Review the concept of workforce agility and discover how it may temper environmental turbulence's effect on outcomes.

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.

Reducing hospital readmissions through faith community nursing

Heitkam, Rebecca

Nursing Management. 50(8):26-30, August 2019.

Read about the Congregational Health Ministry and Faith Community Nursing Program, an initiative at a large healthcare system that offers a focused, innovative service for the most vulnerable communities by helping patients navigate their healthcare journey more effectively and providing spiritual and emotional support.

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.

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.

Psychological safety on the healthcare team

Pfeifer, Lauren E.; Vessey, Judith A.

Nursing Management. 50(8):32-38, August 2019.

For patients to receive optimal care that integrates the specialized knowledge of all team members, each party needs to feel free to voice their concerns and engage in skilled communication without fear of reprisal. Learn how to promote psychological safety among team members to positively transform the work environment and improve patient care.

Managing bedbugs in healthcare settings

Ridge, Richard A.

Nursing Management. 50(8):40-45, August 2019.

The presence of bedbugs in the healthcare environment presents numerous challenges for nurses and managers. This article provides an overview of bedbugs and discusses considerations and recommended hospital protocols for nurse managers dealing with an infestation.

Workforce agility: An answer to turbulence in acute care nursing environments?

Snyder, Kara A.; Brewer, Barbara B.

Nursing Management. 50(8):46-50, August 2019.

An agile workforce demonstrates flexible behaviors and proactively, adaptively, and resiliently responds to change. Review the concept of workforce agility and discover how it may temper environmental turbulence's effect on outcomes.

Psychological safety on the healthcare team

Pfeifer, Lauren E.; Vessey, Judith A.

Nursing Management. 50(8):32-38, August 2019.

For patients to receive optimal care that integrates the specialized knowledge of all team members, each party needs to feel free to voice their concerns and engage in skilled communication without fear of reprisal. Learn how to promote psychological safety among team members to positively transform the work environment and improve patient care.