Monday, August 21, 2006

Nursing Administration Quarterly issue devoted to Evidence-based Practice

Nursing Administration Quarterly v 30(3) July-Sept 2006 devotes the entire issue to Evidence-based Practice: impact on nursing administration. Saint Joseph Hospital of Orange,California and Children's Hospital of Orange can access this issue full text via Burlew Medical Library's website. Find out whether your library has access to this important issue.

Table of Contents
Evidence-based Practice: Impact on Nursing Administration.
Brown, Barbara J. EdD, RN, CNAA, FAAN, FNAP, Editor-in-Chief[From the Editor]

pg. 191-192Evidencing the Value of Nursing Practice.
Porter-O'Grady, Tim EdD, APRN, FAAN[Guest Editorial]

pg. 193-202Quantifying Patient Care Intensity: An Evidence-based Approach to Determining Staffing Requirements.
Beglinger, Joan Ellis MSN, MBA, RN, FACHE, FAAN[Article]

pg. 203-210Using Diffusion of Innovation Concepts to Enhance Implementation of an Electronic Health Record to Support Evidence-based Practice.
Geibert, Robert C. EdD, RN[Article]

pg. 211-220Constructing a Team Model: Creating a Foundation for Evidence-based Teams.
Porter-O'Grady, Tim EdD, APRN, FAAN; Alexander, Daniel R. MS; Blaylock, Jo MS; Minkara, Nazem MS; Surel, Dominique MBA[Article]

pg. 221-227Patient Care Transformation: The Plan and the Reality.
Drexler, Diane RN, MBA, CNO; Malloch, Kathy PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN[Article]

pg. 228-235On the Scene at Banner Estrella Medical Center, the Hospital of the Future.
Dobson, Christina MSN, RN, FNP-C; Meythaler, Denise BSN, RN; Wong, Paul BSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, CPAN; Ramirez, Chuck BA, RRT[Article]

pg. 236-242Diffusion of Innovation: The Leaders' Role in Creating the Organizational Context for Evidence-based Practice.
Crow, Gregory EdD, RN[Article]

pg. 243-251What Goes Around Comes Around: Evidence-based Management.
Williams, Lauren L. EDM, RN[Article]

pg. 252-265Evidence-based Practice: How Nurse Leaders can Facilitate Innovation.
Shirey, Maria R. MS, MBA, RN, FACHE, CNAA, BC[Article]

pg. 266-272Perceptions and Characteristics of Registered Nurses' Involvement in Decision Making.
Mangold, Kara L. MS, RN; Pearson, Kristina K. MS, RN, OCN; Schmitz, Julie R. MS, RN; Scherb, Cindy A. PhD, RN; Specht, Janet P. PhD, RN, FAAN; Loes, Jean L. MS, RN[Article]

pg. 273-284Perceptions, Knowledge, and Commitment of Clinical Staff to Shared Governance.
Frith, Karen PhD, RN; Montgomery, Meryl MSN, RN[Article]

pg. 285-290Comparison of Native Versus Nonnative English-speaking Nurses on Critical Thinking Assessments at Entry and Exit.
Whitehead, Tanya D. PhD[Article]

pg. 291-294Evidence-based Practice: How Nursing Administration Makes IT Happen.
Simpson, Roy L. RN, C, CCMA, FNAP, FAAN[Nursing Informatics]

pg. 295-299SBAR and Nurse-Physician Communication: Pilot Testing an Educational Intervention.
Hamilton, Patti PhD, RN; Gemeinhardt, Gretchen PhD; Mancuso, Peggy PhD, RN, CNM; Sahlin, Claire L. PhD; Ivy, Lea MA, RN[Research Abstracts]

pg. 300Handbook of Diabetes Management.
Falter, Betty MS, RN, CNAA, BC[Book Review: Books
for Nursing Administrators]

Resources for Evidence-Based Nursing from McMaster University

McMaster University has created a terrific Resources for Evidence-Based Nursing which is based on the Haynes model.