Nurse Career and Education Journal Articles

 
 
  • Ethical Issues Faced by Military Nurses During a War Nurses who care for injured service members during a war may struggle with certain ethical issues. What can be done to help support these nurses?
  • Palliative Care for Young Patients With Advanced Cancer Healthcare providers provide important insight into the challenges and personal impacts of providing palliative care to young cancer patients.
  • Costs of APN vs Physician-Led Care for Chronic Diseases Could APNs provide a more cost-effective option for chronic disease care compared to physicians?
  • Exploring Race in Nursing Discussing racial inequalities in nursing in a thoughtful and respectful manner can bring these issues into focus for nursing students.
  • Practice Predictors of Buprenorphine Prescribing by FPs Family physicians can treat opioid use disorder if they are waivered to prescribe buprenorphine--so why do many not take advantage of it?
  • Factors Influencing Changes to Chronic Pain Management Plans How do primary care clinicians approach decision making for managing chronic pain? This study examined factors that might influence changes to existing treatment plans.
  • Nursing Now! Learn more about the Nursing Now! campaign, and find out how this program aims to advance the field of nursing.
  • Developing a Nurse Practitioner-Directed OAB Program Could an NP-led program help streamline the management of patients with overactive bladder?
  • AGS Members' Views on Physician-Assisted Suicide What are the views of the American Geriatrics Society membership regarding physician-assisted suicide for terminally ill patients?
  • Improving Goal-Concordant Care of Seriously Ill Patients Learn about the interventions that may help improve goals-of-care communication between clinicians, patients, and families.
  • Educational Preparation and Nurse Turnover Intention The turnover of nurses may compromise the safety of hospitalized patients. Might enhancing the educational preparation of bedside nurses offer a solution?
  • After the Storm: Caring for Staff Healthcare staff responding to a natural disaster may have also been personally impacted. What can organizations do to help support employees who are affected?
  • Nursing Image as Portrayed by Nursing Career Novels Nursing career novels of the past may have inspired young women to enter nursing, but how accurate was the image these books portrayed of the profession?
  • Choosing Wisely in Critical Care A survey of critical care nurses provides insight into nurses' awareness and utilization of Choosing Wisely recommendations.
  • Pharmacists: Models of Care to Improve Chronic Disease Have pharmacists been underused in chronic care management? A new collaborative initiative demonstrates how expansion of pharmacist models of care can improve chronic disease outcomes.
  • Imaging Prior to Referral to a Musculoskeletal Oncologist Which imaging modalities are most useful in the assessment of orthopedic tumors? A new clinical practice guideline provides recommendations.
  • Surrogate Preferences on the POLST Form Are patients' preferences in agreement with those of their surrogates when it comes to filling out the Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment form?
  • RN to BSN: Why and How What are the benefits of obtaining your BSN, and what's the best way to go about it?
  • Improving Flu Vaccination Rates for Pediatric Hem/Onc Patients This paper describes the implementation of an influenza vaccine screening and administration process to improve influenza vaccination rates among pediatric hematology and oncology inpatients.
  • Professional Communication Networks and Job Satisfaction To what extent do professional communication networks contribute to job satisfaction among health care professionals in primary care clinics?