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June 2023 - Volume 54 - Issue 6
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Pathway to Excellence®

Richard Hader Visionary Leader Award Call For Entries

Leader Self-Care

Leadership Q&A

Design thinking: Developing system models of professional practice, care delivery, and shared governance

Belaro, Albert; Paguirigan, Medel; Cineas, Natalia

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 54(6):22-32, June 2023.

A health system used design thinking to capture and translate their collective thoughts, values, and aspirations for nursing practice reflected in visual image designs of their professional practice model, care delivery model, and professional shared governance structure.

Women's health nurses' experiences of menopause: Considerations for nurse leaders

Vanderzalm, Jeanne; Deschenes, Sadie; Kunyk, Diane

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 54(6):34-40, June 2023.

This exploratory study examined nurses' experiences of menopause in relation to their caregiving abilities in an acute care setting. Menopause symptoms resulted in nurse performance issues, absenteeism, and contemplation of role changes. Interventions may help retain experienced nurses in the workforce.

How would you respond? Insight into the administrative supervisor role

Morelock, Skip; Ray, Shannon; Scipione, Katherine; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 54(6):42-48, June 2023.

Working to ensure that patients and staff get safely through evening, night, and weekend shifts, a key role of the administrative supervisor is to manage crises and deal with unexpected emergencies. In this article, four administrative supervisors share a challenging or unusual situation and their response.

NCPD Connection

RN Compensation Program: An innovative initiative for direct care nurses to drive outcomes

Tellson, Alaina; Walker, Janice; Woolverton, Summer

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 54(6):14-20, June 2023.

To drive system strategy and compensate nurses for their contributions to patient outcomes and quality metrics, a large healthcare system in Texas designed and implemented a new pay program to reward nursing staff.