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Examining the relationships between the work environment and forms of workplace mistreatment perceived by nurse middle managers
Author(s):Tarasenko, Lindsey Marie
This study uses a cross-sectional correlational research design using a non-experimental causal technique to examine the direct relationships between (a) nurse middle manager (NMM) characteristics, (b) NMM relationships, ...
Transpersonal caring relationships as part of an online nursing education environment
Author(s):Gdanetz, Lorraine Marie
An interpretive descriptive qualitative methodological approach underpinned by Caring Science Theory, Relational Caring Inquiry coupled with Aesthetic Ways of Knowing was utilized to discover the meaning of a transpersonal ...
Agility poet study : agility, patient outcomes, and environmental turbulence in acute care nursing practice settings, The
Author(s):Snyder, Kara Adams
The nursing environment has been cited as a pivotal organizational factor in safety and quality and yet the practice environment is described as turbulent, in a state of unrest, disturbance, agitation or commotion. ...
Explicating nurse care coordination processes in the context of rural delivery systems
Care coordination is one of six National Quality Strategy priorities for transforming health care quality to improve population health and value in health care (AHRQ, 2017). While the participation in care coordination ...
Relationships among workload, teamwork, and missed nursing care in the nursing home environment, The
Author(s):Nelson, September T.
Aims - The aims of this exploratory study were to address the gap in the empirical literature in order to (1) determine the relationships among perceptions of workload, teamwork, and missed nursing care as reported by ...
Interprofessional collaboration between midwives and physicians
Author(s):Smith, Denise Colter
Healthcare delivery in the United States is rapidly changing and collaborative practice models have been cited as an approach to improving efficiency and effectiveness, reducing cost and maintaining safety and quality. ...
Social media and harsh punishment: results from the Raising Colorado study
Author(s):Abdoo, Denise Christine
Understanding the socio-demographic features of parental discipline practices and mothers' use of social media may aid development of interventions to decrease the risk of child abuse. The purposes of this dissertation ...
Exploring the dynamics of power in the chronic illness experience of rural-dwelling Latinos of Mexican origin
Author(s):Buhring, Anissa Sue
There is a paucity of research that focuses on the dynamics of power and chronic illness for Latinos. As the population of the United States continues to diversify and Latinos move toward becoming the largest minority ...
Patient and unit effects on expected length of stay using multi-level latent path analyses
Author(s):Andrus, Lynne Catherine
In its watershed report on the future of nursing, the Institute of Medicine references the emerging body of literature that links patient quality and safety directly to nursing care. However, systematic literature reviews, ...
Impact upon emotional availability: infant GERD and infant massage therapy
Author(s):Hays, Laura J.
This was a secondary analysis of a blinded experimental design pilot study conducted by Dr. Neu et al. concerning 6 to 10 week old infants with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Early mother-infant GERD dyads are at ...