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Nursing Leadership and the New Nurse
Nursing Leadership Theories:
Quantum, Transformational, and Dynamic Leader-Follower Relationship Model
While there are several theories of nursing leadership, it's important to review those most applicable to the new nurse. The three theories that can be best practiced as a new nurse are quantum leadership, transformational leadership and the dynamic leader-follower relationship model. These...
Date: 2003-01-02 15:26:34
Utilization of Academic Electronic Medical Records in ...
This article was written on 30 Jun 2012, and is filled under Volume 16 Number 2 .
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Utilization of Academic Electronic Medical Records in Undergraduate Nursing Education
and Stacey J. Jones, DNP, FNP-BC
Gardner, C. and Jones, S.� (June 2012). Utilization of academic electronic medical records in undergraduate nursing education. Online Journal of Nursing...
Welcome to the Department of Nursing - Salisbury University
About the Department
The Department of Nursing offers three tracks to a Bachelor of Science in nursing: one for traditional undergraduate students (1st BS degree), a second for non-nursing college graduates (2nd BS degree), and a third for registered nurses (RN).� Baccalaureate preparation for the practice of professional nursing requires a substantial liberal education base for the study of...
A Policy Perspective on the Entry into Practice Issue
Timothy G. Smith, PhD, MPA, BA, LPN
It has been forty four years since the American Nurses Association (ANA) published its first position paper on entry into practice advocating that the baccalaureate degree be the minimum degree for entry into registered nurse practice. During that time period, only one state, North Dakota, was successful at getting the entry into practice proposal...
Patient Safety: A Shared Responsibility
Karen A. Ballard, MA, RN
Patient safety is an essential and vital component of quality nursing care. However, the nation's health care system is prone to errors, and can be detrimental to safe patient care, as a result of basic systems flaws. A variety of stakeholders (society in general; patients; individual nurses; nursing educators, administrators, and researchers; physicians;...
Department of Nursing - Swansea University
Peer reviewed journal articles.
Cutter J (1994) Recording patient's temperature - are we getting it right? Professional Nurse. June: 608 - 612.
Cutter J (1996) Scabies: fighting the mite. Nurse Prescriber/Community Nurse. September: 44.
Thomas RD, Cutter J, Joynson DHM (2000) An outbreak of human flea infestation in a hospital. Journal of Hospital Infection. 45: 330.
Nigam Y, Cutter...
Preparing Nurses Internationally for Emergency Planning and Response
Elizabeth Weiner, PhD, RN, BC, FAAN
Competency-based education provides an international infrastructure for nurses to learn about emergency preparedness and response. The International Nursing Coalition for Mass Casualty Education (INCMCE) has developed competencies for all nurses, as well as online modules for meeting those competencies. In addition, other curriculum resources are...
Difficult Professional Choices: Deciding Between the PhD ...
Difficult Professional Choices: Deciding Between the PhD and the DNP in Nursing". OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. Vol. 12 No. 1.
Key words: PhD in nursing, research doctorate, Doctor of Nursing Practice, DNP, practice doctorate in nursing, clinical nursing practice, nursing faculty shortage, advanced practice nurses, nursing education
For the past...
Role of Professional Organizations in Advocating for the ...
Professional organizations and associations in nursing are critical for generating the energy, flow of ideas, and proactive work needed to maintain a healthy profession that advocates for the needs of its clients and nurses, and the trust of society. In this article the author discusses the characteristics of a profession , reviews the history of professional nursing organizations , and describes...
Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics
by Dr. Wasmiy A. Dalhem,
Executive Director of Nursing Informatics
and Noha Saleh,
Continuing education in a clinical environment is challenging for all health care organizations. E-learning was noticed to be increasingly used in Hamad Medical Corporation - QATAR as part of its IT (Information Technology) Strategy implementation which encourages nursing education. Learning...
The Integration of Technology into Nursing Curricula ...
Lawrette Axley, PhD, RN, CNE
Computer technologies have opened the door to many new teaching approaches for nurse educators. However, the challenges facing faculty who did not 'grow up' in the computer age continue to be a focus of concern. The rapid expansion of electronic learning environments has increased the need to bridge the gap between the generational cohort of many educators...
Nursing Jobs Abroad | How to Find International Nursing Work
Caroline A. Polt, RN
Caroline visiting the old Saud settlement of Diriyah in her free time.
In college I dreamed of having an international career. Several years after my sister ventured off to foreign lands to teach English, I decided to pursue the same route -- not as an English teacher but as a nurse. Now it's my sister who is visiting me in a foreign land!
Since the skills and knowledge...
The American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA) would like to take a moment to welcome you to our website. Here you will find information to assist you in your journey on the path to holistic nursing and holism. The AHNA is a specialty nursing association serving over 5,000 nurses and other holistic healthcare professionals who's Vision is a world in which nursing nurtures...