National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR)

 
 
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: September 2009 This month's diverse topics include nurse burnout, pain in older adults, and risk factors for inappropriate gestational weight gain.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: August 2009 Topics of interest include preventive health counseling for adolescents, survival outcomes of critically ill patients, and the relationship between trust and the use of preventive health services.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: July 2009 Gender differences in response to stress; the experiences of cancer caregivers; and modular treatment for children with psychiatric disorders are the subjects of this month's summaries.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research End-of-life issues for dialysis patients, smoking cessation and depression, reducing STIs, and how organizational factors influence patient satisfaction are the subject of June's nursing research summaries.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: May 2009 Read about increasing physical activity in cardiac patients, depression in the elderly, and end-of-life care for diverse patient groups.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: April 2009 This month's topics include nursing surveillance and quality of care, helping patients prepare advanced directives, closure and abandonment at the end of life, and screening adult survivors of childhood cancers.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: March 2009 This month's topics include screening cancer patients for depression, dyspnea interventions for heart failure patients, and home care services for Mexican American elders.
  • NINR: Februrary 2009 Talking with non-English-speaking families about end-of-life care and nurses' buy-in to a culture of safety in acute care are the topics of February's nursing research summaries.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: January 2009 Discover the effect of nurse staffing on patient outcomes, communication with black patients with cancer, microcirculatory assessment, and talking with families about end-of-life care.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: December, 2008 Adjusting asthma meds in kids, the withdrawal of life-sustaining therapy, an analysis of research, and post-stroke depression -- all topics from this month's NINR research summaries.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: November, 2008 Don't miss research summaries on medication adherence, women and diabetes, pain assessment in the cognitively impaired, sleep disturbance in AIDS, and COPD and depression.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: October 2008 Recent nursing research focused on medication adherence in heart failure, pain in children, advanced planning in people with dementia, and postoperative complications and the role of nurses.
  • Monthly Summaries of Nursing Research: September 2008 Try to avoid "elderspeak" -- learn more in this month's NINR research reports, with additional summaries on care planning and pediatric obesity.
  • NINR: August 2008 Recent nursing research topics include sleep in patients with cancer, improving surgical outcomes by improving nurse staffing, and adolescent obesity.
  • NINR: July 2008 Topics for this month include family caregivers; the nursing shortage; "Kangaroo Care" in the NICU; and aging, sleep, and functional decline.
  • NINR: June 2008 Don't miss the latest summaries on nurse staffing, screening for cognitive impairment, menopause and body fat, and adherence to treatment for heart failure.
  • NINR: May 2008 The National Institute of Nursing Research summarizes research on educational programs and pain management and teens and metabolic syndrome.
  • NINR: April 2008 Don't miss reviews of research on advanced practice psychiatric nurses, RN nurse staffing, HIV medication adherence, and hospital discharge planning.
  • NINR: March 2008 Research highlights include topics such as high blood pressure, gender differences in the perception of MI symptoms, pain, palliative care, and premature birth.
  • NINR: February 2008 Research topics this month include preterm birth in Hispanic women, HIV prevention, and motor problems in children born prematurely.