January 2020 - Volume 51 - Issue 1 - Contributor Index

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The effect of dyad rounding on collaboration and patient experience

Christensen, Amy; Miller, Korby; Neff, Jason; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):16-25, January 2020.

In our new Quality Improvement Matters section, read about how a community hospital implemented interdisciplinary rounds to improve patients' perceptions of care and staff members' satisfaction with teamwork.

The effect of dyad rounding on collaboration and patient experience

Christensen, Amy; Miller, Korby; Neff, Jason; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):16-25, January 2020.

In our new Quality Improvement Matters section, read about how a community hospital implemented interdisciplinary rounds to improve patients' perceptions of care and staff members' satisfaction with teamwork.

Author:
Hirschi, ShaRee

The effect of dyad rounding on collaboration and patient experience

Christensen, Amy; Miller, Korby; Neff, Jason; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):16-25, January 2020.

In our new Quality Improvement Matters section, read about how a community hospital implemented interdisciplinary rounds to improve patients' perceptions of care and staff members' satisfaction with teamwork.

2019 Visionary Leader Iesha Bethley

Kelly, Leisa; Solomon, Sophia

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):13-15, January 2020.

Meet our newest winner, Iesha Bethley, MSN, RN, CMSRN, who was recognized at Nursing Management Congress2019 in New Orleans, La.

Impact of intensive leadership training on nurse manager satisfaction and perceived importance of competencies

Seabold, Kelly; Sarver, Wendy; Kline, Melissa; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):34-42, January 2020.

An intensive 2-day training seminar based on the American Organization for Nursing Leadership core competencies was developed for all nurse managers within a large urban, academic healthcare system and then studied to evaluate its effectiveness and sustained influence.

Redesigning shared decision-making: One organization's journey

Krcil, Shaye

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):44-49, January 2020.

As a healthcare system grows, its shared governance structure may need an overhaul. Learn how nurses and multidisciplinary team members in South Dakota used appreciative inquiry to deliver a compelling change.

Impact of intensive leadership training on nurse manager satisfaction and perceived importance of competencies

Seabold, Kelly; Sarver, Wendy; Kline, Melissa; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):34-42, January 2020.

An intensive 2-day training seminar based on the American Organization for Nursing Leadership core competencies was developed for all nurse managers within a large urban, academic healthcare system and then studied to evaluate its effectiveness and sustained influence.

The effect of dyad rounding on collaboration and patient experience

Christensen, Amy; Miller, Korby; Neff, Jason; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):16-25, January 2020.

In our new Quality Improvement Matters section, read about how a community hospital implemented interdisciplinary rounds to improve patients' perceptions of care and staff members' satisfaction with teamwork.

The effect of dyad rounding on collaboration and patient experience

Christensen, Amy; Miller, Korby; Neff, Jason; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):16-25, January 2020.

In our new Quality Improvement Matters section, read about how a community hospital implemented interdisciplinary rounds to improve patients' perceptions of care and staff members' satisfaction with teamwork.

Author:
Neff, Jason MS

The effect of dyad rounding on collaboration and patient experience

Christensen, Amy; Miller, Korby; Neff, Jason; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):16-25, January 2020.

In our new Quality Improvement Matters section, read about how a community hospital implemented interdisciplinary rounds to improve patients' perceptions of care and staff members' satisfaction with teamwork.

Impact of intensive leadership training on nurse manager satisfaction and perceived importance of competencies

Seabold, Kelly; Sarver, Wendy; Kline, Melissa; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):34-42, January 2020.

An intensive 2-day training seminar based on the American Organization for Nursing Leadership core competencies was developed for all nurse managers within a large urban, academic healthcare system and then studied to evaluate its effectiveness and sustained influence.

Impact of intensive leadership training on nurse manager satisfaction and perceived importance of competencies

Seabold, Kelly; Sarver, Wendy; Kline, Melissa; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):34-42, January 2020.

An intensive 2-day training seminar based on the American Organization for Nursing Leadership core competencies was developed for all nurse managers within a large urban, academic healthcare system and then studied to evaluate its effectiveness and sustained influence.

Leveraging technology to measure, evaluate, and adjust nursing interventions

Shelley, Kristin A.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):26-33, January 2020.

One acute care hospital used a real-time location system to determine if a relationship exists between the amount of time nursing staff members spend at the bedside and patient satisfaction. What did they find out?

2019 Visionary Leader Iesha Bethley

Kelly, Leisa; Solomon, Sophia

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 51(1):13-15, January 2020.

Meet our newest winner, Iesha Bethley, MSN, RN, CMSRN, who was recognized at Nursing Management Congress2019 in New Orleans, La.