Nurse Career and Education Journal Articles

 
 
  • Nurse Bullying and Intent to Leave Are nurses who feel bullied in the workplace more likely to leave their place of employment?
  • Impact of GSM on Well-being and QoL in Postmenopausal Women In what ways do the vaginal and genitourinary syndrome of menopause negatively impact daily living, sexuality, relationships, and quality of life?
  • Translation Research in Practice: An Introduction What is translation science? Find out more about this field of investigation and learn how it can help improve the implementation of evidence-based interventions.
  • HOUDINI Impacts on Utilization and Infection Rates Find out more about the HOUDINI checklist -- and learn how it may help reduce catheter utilization and decrease the incidence of catheter-associated UTIs.
  • Mailed Letter vs. Phone Call to Increase Cancer Screening What is the best outreach method for primary care practices to improve cancer screening rates among their patients?
  • Quality of Life Needs in Older Patients With Cancer A position paper from the International Society of Geriatric Oncology recommends that clinicians place a greater focus on the quality of life of older adults living with cancer.
  • NPs and Physicians on Increasing RNs in Primary Care How do physicians and nurse practitioners feel about integrating more RNs into primary care teams?
  • Screening for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence by PCPs Are PCPs better informed on managing urinary incontinence than fecal incontinence?
  • Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Interventions What progress has been made in recent years regarding psychiatric and mental health nursing intervention research?
  • RN: Wear It With Pride Registered nurses are increasingly filling leadership positions in the healthcare industry, and should proudly display their RN credentials.
  • Caring for the Caregivers What benefits could the implementation of mindfulness-based interventions offer nursing staff?
  • A Process for Identifying Individual Health Priorities How can clinicians more easily align care with patients' health priorities? This paper describes a clinically feasible process to help older adults identify priorities that can guide decision-making.
  • Ethical Awareness: What It Is and Why It Matters Learn more about the concept of ethical awareness -- and how it applies to the nursing profession.
  • Mobile Devices and Healthcare-Associated Infections Mobile handheld devices are known carriers of bacteria, and could potentially spread infections in healthcare settings. What can healthcare workers do to help mitigate the risk?
  • The Value of Nurse Staffing The American Nurses Association task force has assembled an update to the Principles of Nurse Staffing document, which will also incorporate other ANA documents.
  • Anesthesia Care Team Composition and Surgical Outcomes Might the specific composition of an anesthesia care team impact surgical outcomes in terms of mortality, length of stay, and costs?
  • Variation in Costs of Catheter Ablation for AF This study examined the cost variation of catheter ablation for AF at the patient and the facility level. How does AF ablation cost relate to subsequent healthcare utilization?
  • Ethical Nursing Care Versus Cost Containment Cost-cutting measures by healthcare organizations often conflict with an RN's desire and ability to provide high quality nursing care. How might nurses help improve this environment?
  • Palliative Care in Intensive Care Units This review provides anesthesiologists and intensivists an overview of the aims, current evidence and practical advice about the application of palliative care in the ICU.
  • Continuity and Access in the Era of Part-time Practice An increasing number of physicians are opting for part-time practice--in some cases in response to stress and burnout. How can we ensure that continuity and access remain intrinsic to primary care?