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January 2017 - Volume 48 - Issue 1
pp: 1-56


Editorial


NEW HR IQ


Team Concepts


Evidence-Based Nursing


Care Transitions


Performance Potential


Leadership Q&A



Take a “sticky” note on brainstorming

Reeder, George

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(1):32-37, January 2017.

Through the Slip Method and a priority-payoff matrix, nurse leaders can engage their employees, garner support, and develop actionable plans to improve patient care.

A solution to sitters that won't fall short

Bock, Timothy J.

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(1):38-44, January 2017.

Using sitters to prevent falls is an expensive strategy not supported by contemporary evidence. Here, review initiatives that can coincide with prevention efforts.

CE Connection: FOCUS ON DIVERSITY


Dimensions of inclusive care: A young transgender patient sparks the need for an immediate education action plan.

Kroning, Maureen; Green, Jonathan; Kroning, Kayla

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(1):22-26, January 2017.

A young transgender patient sparks the need for an immediate education action plan at one hospital. What can you learn from their experience?

Richard Hader Visionary Leader Award 2016


2016 Visionary Leader: Bob Dent

Bredimus, Brandon “Kit

Nursing Management (Springhouse). 48(1):27-30, January 2017.

Get to know our newest winner, recognized in November at Nursing Management's Congress2016 in Las Vegas.