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February 2013 - Volume 44 - Issue 2
pp: 6-56

Editorial


Letters


NEW Manager Matters


Team Concepts


Evidence-Based Nursing


Performance Potential


Leadership Q&A



The road less traveled

Shaffer, David P.; Parker, Karen L.; Kantz, Beverly A.; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(2):26-31, February 2013.

Follow one rural hospital's worthy pursuit of Pathway to Excellence® accreditation.

Learning from grief: Group therapy in a simulation center

Scheese, Carolyn H.; Supiano, Katherine P.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(2):32-37, February 2013.

Simulation resources aren't just for nursing students. Here, researchers explain a unique way to use this forum.

A closer look at hybrid nurses

Rivet, Cindy; Steeves, Susan; Brennan, Denise; More

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(2):38-42, February 2013.

Clinical nurse leaders, a.k.a. hybrid nurses, fill a crucial role within one East Coast facility.Could your organization benefit from these positions?

Leadership's “triple chance”

Cadmus, Edna; Holmes, Aline M.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(2):44-48, February 2013.

First-line nurse manager commitment is crucial in an environment focused on transforming care at the bedside. Find out how one organization helped renovate its leadership practices through education and engagement.

Original research: CE Connection


Technology at the bedside: How connected are you?

Hader, Richard

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(2):18-23, February 2013.

Check out the results of our recent survey and discover how you and your facility comparewith colleagues around the country.

Specialty focus: Magnet® Excellence


Boots on the ground: The role of the Magnet® project director

Lavin, Patricia M.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 44(2):50-52, February 2013.

If your facility is on the journey toward or thinking about Magnet recognition, consider hiring a well-suitedchampion to facilitate the process.