September 2019 - Volume 50 - Issue 9 - Contributor Index

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Healthcare then and now: Impact on nursing leadership

Bowers, Devin; Goodyear, Caryl

Nursing Management. 50(9):26-29, September 2019.

The supervisor nurse role has evolved into today's nurse manager and along with the title change, the breadth of the nurse leader's role and responsibilities has grown considerably. To understand this shift, it's helpful to look back and remember what our patients, hospitals, and frontline nurse leaders looked like 50 years ago.

Author:
Chacko, Bijo MD

Healthcare quality improvement: Then and now

Schroeder, Patricia; Parisi, Lenard L.; Foster, Rhonda

Nursing Management. 50(9):20-25, September 2019.

Healthcare quality improvement (QI) has come a long way, but with all of our commitment to and resources for QI and patient safety activities across US health systems, why isn't healthcare delivery more safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable?

Healthcare then and now: Impact on nursing leadership

Bowers, Devin; Goodyear, Caryl

Nursing Management. 50(9):26-29, September 2019.

The supervisor nurse role has evolved into today's nurse manager and along with the title change, the breadth of the nurse leader's role and responsibilities has grown considerably. To understand this shift, it's helpful to look back and remember what our patients, hospitals, and frontline nurse leaders looked like 50 years ago.

The evolution of evidence-based practice

McMenamin, Amy; Sun, Carolyn; Prufeta, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 50(9):14-19, September 2019.

From Florence Nightingale to the present, evidence-based practice (EBP) has played a critical role in professional nursing. Discover how EBP has progressed from the 1970s to today.

Healthcare quality improvement: Then and now

Schroeder, Patricia; Parisi, Lenard L.; Foster, Rhonda

Nursing Management. 50(9):20-25, September 2019.

Healthcare quality improvement (QI) has come a long way, but with all of our commitment to and resources for QI and patient safety activities across US health systems, why isn't healthcare delivery more safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable?

Turning the page: Nursing in the digital age and beyond

Porter-O'Grady, Tim

Nursing Management. 50(9):40-47, September 2019.

Take a journey through advances in technology over the past 50 years to reflect on the impact of digitalization and how it will transform nursing in the future.

The evolution of evidence-based practice

McMenamin, Amy; Sun, Carolyn; Prufeta, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 50(9):14-19, September 2019.

From Florence Nightingale to the present, evidence-based practice (EBP) has played a critical role in professional nursing. Discover how EBP has progressed from the 1970s to today.

The evolution of evidence-based practice

McMenamin, Amy; Sun, Carolyn; Prufeta, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 50(9):14-19, September 2019.

From Florence Nightingale to the present, evidence-based practice (EBP) has played a critical role in professional nursing. Discover how EBP has progressed from the 1970s to today.

How artificial intelligence is changing nursing

Robert, Nancy

Nursing Management. 50(9):30-39, September 2019.

This article provides an overview of artificial intelligence (AI), including how AI algorithms and robots are altering the nurse's role and the challenges facing the nursing profession as AI is integrated into healthcare delivery.

Healthcare quality improvement: Then and now

Schroeder, Patricia; Parisi, Lenard L.; Foster, Rhonda

Nursing Management. 50(9):20-25, September 2019.

Healthcare quality improvement (QI) has come a long way, but with all of our commitment to and resources for QI and patient safety activities across US health systems, why isn't healthcare delivery more safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable?

The evolution of evidence-based practice

McMenamin, Amy; Sun, Carolyn; Prufeta, Patricia; More

Nursing Management. 50(9):14-19, September 2019.

From Florence Nightingale to the present, evidence-based practice (EBP) has played a critical role in professional nursing. Discover how EBP has progressed from the 1970s to today.