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Pursuing zero harm from patient falls: One organization's initiatives along the way

Cochran, Lynn; Foley, Patricia

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):24-33, November 2022.

This article details a multi-year journey to reduce patient falls and injuries in a community hospital setting. A variety of initiatives were implemented based on the organization's fall data, including an innovative approach to patient surveillance using commercial cameras and electronic tablets.

Courageous leadership for a culture of emotional safety

Tye, Joe; Hanrahan, Kirsten; Edmonds, Stephanie; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):16-23, November 2022.

Addressing the leadership imperative to create a culture of emotional safety in healthcare organizations, the authors distinguish emotional safety from psychological safety, share leadership strategies to promote emotional safety by building a culture of ownership, and suggest areas needed for further research.

Pursuing zero harm from patient falls: One organization's initiatives along the way

Cochran, Lynn; Foley, Patricia

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):24-33, November 2022.

This article details a multi-year journey to reduce patient falls and injuries in a community hospital setting. A variety of initiatives were implemented based on the organization's fall data, including an innovative approach to patient surveillance using commercial cameras and electronic tablets.

Courageous leadership for a culture of emotional safety

Tye, Joe; Hanrahan, Kirsten; Edmonds, Stephanie; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):16-23, November 2022.

Addressing the leadership imperative to create a culture of emotional safety in healthcare organizations, the authors distinguish emotional safety from psychological safety, share leadership strategies to promote emotional safety by building a culture of ownership, and suggest areas needed for further research.

Courageous leadership for a culture of emotional safety

Tye, Joe; Hanrahan, Kirsten; Edmonds, Stephanie; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):16-23, November 2022.

Addressing the leadership imperative to create a culture of emotional safety in healthcare organizations, the authors distinguish emotional safety from psychological safety, share leadership strategies to promote emotional safety by building a culture of ownership, and suggest areas needed for further research.

Rebuilding trust in just culture

Paradiso, Linda

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):6-14, November 2022.

Even before RaDonda Vaught was found guilty of criminally negligent homicide, nurses were fearful of being held individually accountable for systemic errors. Leaders are now faced with repairing the loss of faith in just culture. This article provides an understanding of the erosion of just culture and interventions needed to improve trust.

Using missed care survey results to improve medication management

Schmidt, Anne

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):40-46, November 2022.

In this study, 96 medical-surgical RNs completed the MISSCARE Survey with a response analysis indicating medication delays or omissions. A medication management improvement project to address administration or reassessment delays achieved improvements at 6 months.

Forging a path to precision health

Sensmeier, Joyce

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):34-38, November 2022.

Precision health provides a valuable opportunity for nurses and nurse leaders to advance nursing practice and science through innovative transformations in care and treatment, but it also creates the need for education and training to fully integrate these advances into practice.

Author:
Tye, Annie PhD

Courageous leadership for a culture of emotional safety

Tye, Joe; Hanrahan, Kirsten; Edmonds, Stephanie; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):16-23, November 2022.

Addressing the leadership imperative to create a culture of emotional safety in healthcare organizations, the authors distinguish emotional safety from psychological safety, share leadership strategies to promote emotional safety by building a culture of ownership, and suggest areas needed for further research.

Courageous leadership for a culture of emotional safety

Tye, Joe; Hanrahan, Kirsten; Edmonds, Stephanie; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 53(11):16-23, November 2022.

Addressing the leadership imperative to create a culture of emotional safety in healthcare organizations, the authors distinguish emotional safety from psychological safety, share leadership strategies to promote emotional safety by building a culture of ownership, and suggest areas needed for further research.