November 2019 - Volume 50 - Issue 11 - Contributor Index

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Implementation of chlorhexidine gluconate bathing to reduce HAIs

DePrez, Bernadette; Schreeder, Carolyn; Davidson, Susan

Nursing Management. 50(11):13-17, November 2019.

Learn how a hospital in Tennessee implemented a chlorhexidine gluconate bathing intervention to decrease the occurrence of catheter-associated urinary tract infections and central line-associated bloodstream infections for patients on the ICU.

Implementation of chlorhexidine gluconate bathing to reduce HAIs

DePrez, Bernadette; Schreeder, Carolyn; Davidson, Susan

Nursing Management. 50(11):13-17, November 2019.

Learn how a hospital in Tennessee implemented a chlorhexidine gluconate bathing intervention to decrease the occurrence of catheter-associated urinary tract infections and central line-associated bloodstream infections for patients on the ICU.

Journey to zero harm

Kaplan, Sarah; Maydick-Youngberg, Diane; Liao, Julieann; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):52-54, November 2019.

Discover how one hospital used the processes of apparent cause analysis and systemic cause analysis to increase interdisciplinary team ownership and engagement and decrease hospital-acquired pressure injuries.

The sticking points: Improving sharps safety practices

Walker, Laura J.; Holleran, Kristina; McKnight, Joanna; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):43-50, November 2019.

Sharps injuries are among the most serious occupational threats to healthcare workers. Find out how one academic, Magnet®-recognized hospital implemented, revised, relaunched, and expanded its needle-stick injury prevention strategies.

Utilizing the IDEAL discharge process to prevent 30-day readmissions

Tah, Yvonne V.; Sherrod, Dennis R.; Onsomu, Elijah O.; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):28-32, November 2019.

This article discusses the Include, Discuss, Educate, Assess, and Listen (IDEAL) transition-of-care checklist and examines how one rehabilitation hospital implemented the concept in a quality improvement pilot with stroke patients.

Enteral tubing connection changes: A failure modes and effects analysis

McNeely, Heidi L.; Jacobs-Lowry, Sasha

Nursing Management. 50(11):19-27, November 2019.

Medical tubing misconnections have resulted in death or major harm to patients. Read how a large, private, nonprofit pediatric academic hospital assessed a global standard for enteral tubing connections.

Journey to zero harm

Kaplan, Sarah; Maydick-Youngberg, Diane; Liao, Julieann; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):52-54, November 2019.

Discover how one hospital used the processes of apparent cause analysis and systemic cause analysis to increase interdisciplinary team ownership and engagement and decrease hospital-acquired pressure injuries.

Journey to zero harm

Kaplan, Sarah; Maydick-Youngberg, Diane; Liao, Julieann; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):52-54, November 2019.

Discover how one hospital used the processes of apparent cause analysis and systemic cause analysis to increase interdisciplinary team ownership and engagement and decrease hospital-acquired pressure injuries.

Journey to zero harm

Kaplan, Sarah; Maydick-Youngberg, Diane; Liao, Julieann; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):52-54, November 2019.

Discover how one hospital used the processes of apparent cause analysis and systemic cause analysis to increase interdisciplinary team ownership and engagement and decrease hospital-acquired pressure injuries.

The sticking points: Improving sharps safety practices

Walker, Laura J.; Holleran, Kristina; McKnight, Joanna; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):43-50, November 2019.

Sharps injuries are among the most serious occupational threats to healthcare workers. Find out how one academic, Magnet®-recognized hospital implemented, revised, relaunched, and expanded its needle-stick injury prevention strategies.

Enteral tubing connection changes: A failure modes and effects analysis

McNeely, Heidi L.; Jacobs-Lowry, Sasha

Nursing Management. 50(11):19-27, November 2019.

Medical tubing misconnections have resulted in death or major harm to patients. Read how a large, private, nonprofit pediatric academic hospital assessed a global standard for enteral tubing connections.

Utilizing the IDEAL discharge process to prevent 30-day readmissions

Tah, Yvonne V.; Sherrod, Dennis R.; Onsomu, Elijah O.; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):28-32, November 2019.

This article discusses the Include, Discuss, Educate, Assess, and Listen (IDEAL) transition-of-care checklist and examines how one rehabilitation hospital implemented the concept in a quality improvement pilot with stroke patients.

The sticking points: Improving sharps safety practices

Walker, Laura J.; Holleran, Kristina; McKnight, Joanna; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):43-50, November 2019.

Sharps injuries are among the most serious occupational threats to healthcare workers. Find out how one academic, Magnet®-recognized hospital implemented, revised, relaunched, and expanded its needle-stick injury prevention strategies.

New medication adverse reaction education

Price, Jordan B.

Nursing Management. 50(11):33-37, November 2019.

A progressive care cardiac telemetry unit conducted a quality improvement project to answer the question:On an inpatient unit, will a new medication education bundle improve Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems survey scores related to medication adverse reaction education?

Implementation of chlorhexidine gluconate bathing to reduce HAIs

DePrez, Bernadette; Schreeder, Carolyn; Davidson, Susan

Nursing Management. 50(11):13-17, November 2019.

Learn how a hospital in Tennessee implemented a chlorhexidine gluconate bathing intervention to decrease the occurrence of catheter-associated urinary tract infections and central line-associated bloodstream infections for patients on the ICU.

Cultivating a culture of innovation

Sensmeier, Joyce

Nursing Management. 50(11):6-12, November 2019.

Healthcare innovation can be exciting and invigorating yet intimidating. This article provides practical guidance, tools, resources, and insights that will inspire nurses to begin their innovation journey.

Utilizing the IDEAL discharge process to prevent 30-day readmissions

Tah, Yvonne V.; Sherrod, Dennis R.; Onsomu, Elijah O.; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):28-32, November 2019.

This article discusses the Include, Discuss, Educate, Assess, and Listen (IDEAL) transition-of-care checklist and examines how one rehabilitation hospital implemented the concept in a quality improvement pilot with stroke patients.

Clinical nurses' experiences with sentinel events

Stone, Misty

Nursing Management. 50(11):38-42, November 2019.

This study describes nurses' experiences with sentinel events in hospital settings, including intensive care, medical-surgical, long-term care, psychiatric, and Alzheimer units.

Utilizing the IDEAL discharge process to prevent 30-day readmissions

Tah, Yvonne V.; Sherrod, Dennis R.; Onsomu, Elijah O.; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):28-32, November 2019.

This article discusses the Include, Discuss, Educate, Assess, and Listen (IDEAL) transition-of-care checklist and examines how one rehabilitation hospital implemented the concept in a quality improvement pilot with stroke patients.

The sticking points: Improving sharps safety practices

Walker, Laura J.; Holleran, Kristina; McKnight, Joanna; More

Nursing Management. 50(11):43-50, November 2019.

Sharps injuries are among the most serious occupational threats to healthcare workers. Find out how one academic, Magnet®-recognized hospital implemented, revised, relaunched, and expanded its needle-stick injury prevention strategies.

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