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The COVID war: Building an organizational combat model to reduce chaos

The organizational combat model and its components offer a guiding vision for adaptation in times of turmoil. Leaders of one healthcare organization used this model to develop turnkey processes, innovative staffing models, sustainable supply chain programs, robust communication strategies, and long-term staff resilience. The model's components can aid healthcare leaders in reducing the impact of internal and external chaos and strengthening organizations for future growth and sustainability.

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EBP champion responsibilities and sustainability: A scoping review

Effective healthcare organizations sustain evidence-based practice (EBP) resulting in increased quality at a lower cost. This scoping review includes 31 articles for an overview of the evidence about EBP champion responsibilities focused on EBP sustainment. A standard role description and clarity of responsibilities could result in improved outcomes.

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Nurses' and nursing students' intent to stay: The impact of quality of life, work environment, and work satisfaction

A North Dakota task force appointed to propose initiatives to further develop, retain, and attract nursing workforce to the state developed and conducted a study to help meet this request. In this mixed methods study, researchers collected data via an online survey from practicing nurses and nursing students enrolled in the last year of their respective nursing programs. Researchers explored participants' professional quality of life, work environment, and work satisfaction, and how these factors influenced their intent to stay.

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with Advances in Skin & Wound Care

-NCPD Capturing essentials in wound photography past, present, and future: A proposed algorithm for standardization 
-Building a business case for hiring wound, ostomy, and continence nurses​
-Tracheostomy Thursday: Journey of a staff-driven COVID-19 initiative to international recognition​y​
-Seven strategies for optimizing end-of-life skin and wound care
-​Creating a comprehensive hospital-based skin and wound care program to improve outcomes and decrease pressure injuries​
..and much more