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  • Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Education: Evidentiary Examinations on Adults

    The Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program was developed to provide medical personnel with knowledge specific to the sexual abuse examinations for the collection of evidence and identification of injury that may have been sustained. The participant will learn to conduct and complete the evidentiary examination on adults. 

    Price: US $375.00 | CNE Hours: 43.80 | Course Number : SAFEprogram

  • Preparing a Professional Presentation for Health Care Workers

    Whether it is a presentation to a hospital board or speaking at a conference, nurses have many opportunities to present their data and experiences. Presenting that information professionally can be difficult. This engaging course addresses how to speak in a professional setting and how to avoid "The 7 Deadly Sins of Public Speaking."

    Price: US $21.25 | CNE Hours: 1.70 | Course Number : PROF02

  • Emergency Nursing: Understanding the Profession

    What is emergency nursing? This course addresses this question and explores the profession through topics like unique roles for emergency nurses, key players in the emergency department, challenges faced, and more.

    Price: US $50.00 | CNE Hours: 5.30 | Course Number : EM001

  • Exploring a Global Paradigm Shift

    This course provides information on the global paradigm shift (GPS) and describes the elements of current health, healthcare providers, and healthcare systems needing a paradigm shift. It provides an overview of the process of transforming personal, inter-professional, organizational, and systems paradigm shifts in thinking, feeling, and behaving: from treating or curing diseases to elevating health levels so the disease could not exist. This course will teach practicing nurses to effectively and professionally use social media tools to educate, advocate, collaborate, and communicate.

    Price: US $117.00 | CNE Hours: 15.60 | Course Number : GPS01

  • Complementary Health Approaches

    There is no doubt that conventional, or Western, medicine is useful for diagnosing, treating, and curing specific diseases. Conventional medicine, as we know it, has historically been focused on combating disease with the use of medication and/or surgery. Yet, by focusing solely on the treatment and cure of disease, conventional medicine excludes the many effective uses of complementary health approaches. This course examines the benefits of complementary health approaches and how nurses can use these modalities to enhance health and well-being.

    Price: US $57.00 | CNE Hours: 6.00 | Course Number : COM001

  • Healthcare Leadership Program

    To ensure quality patient care in today’s healthcare environment of increasing patient acuity and staff turnover, nurse leaders are asked to stay apprised of the latest in clinical practice and supervise more staff more effectively. Nurse leaders are expected to exhibit a broad range of leadership skills necessary to keep job satisfaction and productivity levels high and turnover rates low. The curriculum for this program is based on the testing blueprints of four nursing leadership/management credentialing certifications currently available and includes seven courses in addition to a pre- and post-assessment. 

    Price: US $200.00 | CNE Hours: 52.20 | Course Number : LEADProgram

  • Financial Management

    Healthcare leaders must be able to control patient care expenses and understand the flow of patient revenues. This course will address capital and operating budgets, evaluating productivity, and healthcare related legislation.

    Price: US $70.50 | CNE Hours: 9.40 | Course Number : LEAD01

  • Operational Structures and Processes

    This course will help increase knowledge in regards to organizational structure, management systems, and information technology. Additionally, the concept of population health, and the determinants that contribute to that health, will be addressed.

    Price: US $60.80 | CNE Hours: 6.40 | Course Number : LEAD02

  • Human Resource Management

    Leaders who understand the concepts and legal framework of effective human resource management develop satisfied staff which leads to improved retention, quality, productivity, and patient outcomes. This course will address recruitment, labor laws, staff performance, onboarding, staff development, and conflict resolution.

    Price: US $84.00 | CNE Hours: 11.20 | Course Number : LEAD03

  • Knowledge, Innovations, and Performance Improvement

    Creating a culture of continuous improvement can be a valuable means of demonstrating excellence and creating stability in any practice setting. This course will discuss performance improvement initiatives, effective communication techniques, project management, and strategic planning.

    Price: US $61.50 | CNE Hours: 8.20 | Course Number : LEAD04

  • Business of Healthcare

    This lesson will illustrate how leaders must advocate for patient care by influencing stakeholders to achieve organizational excellence and engage in behaviors for the transformation of patient care delivery. Development of business plans, business strategies, and management and evaluation of projects will be discussed.

    Price: US $47.50 | CNE Hours: 3.80 | Course Number : LEAD05

  • Leadership and Management

    Leadership requires the purposeful selection of behaviors to successfully support a team’s effort to achieve shared goals. This course will examine the leadership process, facilitating change, and the leader’s role in implementing technology.

    Price: US $75.00 | CNE Hours: 10.00 | Course Number : LEAD06

  • Professional Practice

    This course will address professional development and provide recommendations for improving nursing specialty certification rates at your organization. Additionally, this course will define and delve into the different aspects of professional practice models.

    Price: US $40.00 | CNE Hours: 3.20 | Course Number : LEAD07

  • Healthcare Ethics Certificate Program

    This program examines key ethical issues, terms, concepts, and ideas that can become an everyday part of nursing practice. Reflective and guided exercises focused on personal philosophy, values, and working through ethical issues to help clarify when an ethical dilemma exists, what ethical issues are involved, and how an ethical position can be explained to others. The voice of the ethics-articulate nurse in collaboration with other health care providers is key to creating an ethically responsible nurse-patient relationship, unit team, or organization. The program includes a pre- and post-assessment and seven interactive courses. 
    The professional certificate is not a license and does not convey certification, certified status or credentialing, but is recognition of accomplishments in a specialized area of practice.

    Price: US $295.50 | CNE Hours: 39.40 | Course Number : ETHICSprogram

  • Ethical Principles

    This course describes the role of emotion in moral/ethical responses to provide a background for studying the bioethical principles. Scenarios from everyday life and clinical settings will be used to demonstrate the use of the bioethical principle framework inclusive of autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence and justice; and the interface of the framework with moral rules specifically veracity, confidentiality, privacy, informed consent, and fidelity.

    Price: US $57.60 | CNE Hours: 7.20 | Course Number : ETHICS04

  • Professional Ethics

    Nurses in all roles and settings are responsible and accountable for upholding the professional values of the profession. Individual integrity is the starting point for professional integrity. When integrity is threatened moral distress can ensue. In this course, moral distress will be defined, and its prevalence, sources and consequences will be identified. Strategies for supporting personal and professional integrity and creating an ethical practice environment will also be discussed.

    Price: US $25.60 | CNE Hours: 3.20 | Course Number : ETHICS05

  • Nursing Codes of Ethical Behaviors

    Healthcare professionals are mandated to protect and uphold all standards of healthcare practice. This course begins by exploring professional position statements in an organization and continues with a pragmatic discussion of the practical considerations a clinician may encounter when dealing with individual, context-specific, and ethical challenges.

    Price: US $57.60 | CNE Hours: 7.20 | Course Number : ETHICS06

  • Practical Ethics in the Health Care Setting

    This course will address common barriers encountered in professional ethical practice. These barriers to resolving ethical dilemmas are categorized as to how they relate to nursing, interprofessional collaboration, patient/provider relationships and organizational structure. Two ethical decision models on how to resolve clinical ethical dilemmas will be explored: ADPIE and the Four Topics Method. These models will help to identify the best course of action to resolve an ethical dilemma.

    Price: US $25.60 | CNE Hours: 3.20 | Course Number : ETHICS07

  • Mastering Informatics

    This course is written by the top informaticists in healthcare, the book covers everything from planning and analysis to designing, testing, training, implementing, maintaining, evaluating, security, patient safety, analytic, mobility and much more. The content in the book Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success and the additional online information will help prepare you for the ANCC board certification exam in nursing informatics (RN-BC).

    This companion CNE course to Mastering Informatics provides additional content on each of the chapters included in the book Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success. By purchasing a new copy of Mastering Informatics: A Healthcare Handbook for Success, you can complete all of the continuing nursing education (CNE) units required for the nursing informatics exam from one product.

    Price: US $250.00 | CNE Hours: 30.60 | Course Number : INFprogram

  • Return to Nursing: A Refresher Program (7 courses, 10 presentation courses)

    Return to Nursing: A Refresher Program is designed for nurses who have been out of the nursing workforce for several years and would like to review necessary information in order to return to work in a clinical setting. This program consists of two parts. Part 1: Review of Essential Concepts and Recent Changes in Health Care contains seven interactive online courses. Part 2: Review of Systems and Common Illnesses contains 10 video presentation courses.

    Price: US $300.00 | CNE Hours: 32.50 | Course Number : RTN001-7

  • Disaster Preparedness and Response

    Disaster Preparedness and Response presents an overview of a nurse’s role in planning for and responding to a mass casualty incident.

    Price: US $9.95 | CNE Hours: 2.00 | Course Number : SP0006

  • The Future of Nursing: What IOM Report Means to Me

    This course will explore and analyze the impact of the Institute of Medicine’s report, “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” Other coinciding factors, such as the Affordable Care Act, will be addressed to highlight new nursing care competencies needed to secure better health outcomes. This course will also inform nurses on the best ways to prepare for future changes in health care delivery through the transformation of their own practices and the education needed to achieve those transformations.

    Price: US $80.00 | CNE Hours: 6.50 | Course Number : TRA001

  • Dealing With Difficult Patients and Families

    Nurses confront difficult people in every aspect of their working life. Understanding the nurse’s own response to difficult people provides the basis for effectively dealing with the diverse personality types faced on a daily basis. In health care, the challenges come not only from patients, but from families. This course gives information on the fundamental reasons why patients seem difficult to work with, why families may be acting difficult, and provides a series of effective strategies. Part of the Surviving Your First Years as a Nurse Program.

    Price: US $21.95 | CNE Hours: 3.50 | Course Number : SYFY03

  • Stakeholder Participation in System Change: A New Conceptual Model

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing helps the reader understand the motivations and activities of stakeholders who participate in system change.

    Price: US $16.25 | CNE Hours: 1.30 | Course Number : WV008

  • Effectiveness of Interventions for Improving the Research Literacy of Nurses

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing synthesizes the latest evidence on education for improving the research literacy of nurses. Course designs and formats are discussed and the best evidence presented.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV004

  • Providing Excellent Palliative Care

    The purpose of this course is to provide an example of quality care at the end of life through a case study of an elderly gentleman who is dying. The case will demonstrate how effective communication with a health care team provides for a desired quality of life and allows one to prepare for a peaceful death.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.50 | Course Number : GNLA003

  • Geriatric Nursing Knowledge Assessment

    The Geriatric Nursing Knowledge Assessment is a resource for Registered Nurses to improve expertise and ability to properly care for patients and residents in long-term care settings.

    The assessment questions, developed by gerontological advanced practice nurses, are categorized according to competencies. Upon completion of the assessment, participants will receive feedback on the results, as well as a report indicating whether the competencies were met. The estimated time of completion for this assessment is up to 70 minutes.

    Price: US $49.95 | CNE Hours: 0.00 | Course Number : GNKA000

  • Evidence-Based Implementation of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters (PICCs) Insertion at a Vascular Access Care Outpatient

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing helps to synthesize the best practice of PICCs insertion and to update the clinical procedure based on best available evidence. 

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV010

  • The Nurse's Role: Benefit Coverage and Discharge Planning

    Inaccurate coverage identification and patient education can negatively impact a patient’s transitional care needs. This course will facilitate in building the discharge nurse’s knowledge set, allowing for improved workflow processes in discharge patient education and reducing readmissions.

    Price: US $21.25 | CNE Hours: 1.70 | Course Number : TNR001

  • A Randomized Controlled Trial Provides Evidence to Support Aromatherapy to Minimize Anxiety in Women Undergoing Breast Biopsy

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is about a study that was conducted in women undergoing image-guided breast biopsy. The study explored the use of two different aromatherapy scents, compared to placebo, aimed at reducing anxiety with the intent of generating new knowledge.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV012

  • Effects of Messages Delivered by Mobile Phone on Increasing Compliance with Shoulder Exercises Among Patients With a Frozen Shoulder

    This article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship examines the effects of reminders, encouragement, and educational messages delivered by mobile phone on shoulder exercise compliance and improvements in shoulder function among patients with a frozen shoulder.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS003

  • Nurse's Clinical Decision Making

    This course will provide learners with an opportunity to learn and practice clinical reasoning strategies and develop effective “thinking habits” that they can use to make accurate clinical judgments and decisions that lead to implementation of appropriate nursing actions. Learners will have the opportunity to use skills learned in this course to solve clinical cases and judge their diagnostic accuracy using research-based scales.

    Price: US $33.25 | CNE Hours: 3.50 | Course Number : CDM001

  • Depression as a Risk Factor of Organic Diseases: An International Integrative Review

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS004

  • An Evidence-Based Approach to Reducing Cardiac Telemetry Alarm Fatigue

    In this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, a multidisciplinary team consisting of Nursing, Biomedical Engineers, Patient Safety and Providers was formed to conduct a pilot study on the state of telemetry alarms on a surgical floor.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV014

  • The Relationship of Physiopsychosocial Factors and Spiritual Well-Being in Elderly Residents: Implications for Evidence-Based Practice

    In this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, a cross-sectional study tests a casual model of predictors of spiritual well-being among 377 institutionalized older adults with disabilities using a structural equation modeling approach.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV015

  • Development and Psychometric Properties of the Nursing Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice Questionnaire

    In this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, this study’s purpose was to develop and validate the psychometric properties of an instrument, the Nursing Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice Questionnaire (N-CT-4 Practice), designed to evaluate the critical thinking abilities of nurses in the clinical setting.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV013

  • How Can Nurse Researchers Apply Theory to Generate Knowledge More Efficiently?

    Reports of nursing research often do not provide adequate information about whether, and how, researchers applied theory when conducting their studies. Unfortunately, the lack of adequate application and explication of theory in research impedes development of knowledge to guide nursing practice. This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship clarifies and exemplifies how to apply theory in research.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS005

  • Reducing Agitation in Elders With Dementia

    The purpose of this course is to provide nurses with the knowledge on how to decrease and/or prevent the frequency and severity of agitated episodes in elders who are diagnosed with dementia.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.50 | Course Number : GNLA001

  • Henderson Repository CNE Collection: Genetics in Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer continues to be the leading cause of cancer in women of all races (CDC, 2017). The September 2017 issue of the Henderson Repository CNE Collection gives evidence for practice regarding genetics in breast cancer. This collection highlights three components including hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) risk assessment, the use of an evidence-based decision aid for women who are unaffected BRCA mutation carriers, and chemo-related cognitive disturbances in older breast cancer survivors.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : REP001

  • International Uptake of a Proven Intervention to Reduce Death and Dependency in Acute Stroke: A Cross-Sectional Survey Following the QASC Trial

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing explores international uptake through online dissemination of the fever, sugar, and swallow (FeSS) protocols from the Quality in Acute Stroke Care (QASC) trial.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV016

  • Trauma Informed HIV Prevention and the Care Continuum

    This course provides a foundational understanding of trauma as it relates to HIV prevention and care. It will highlight congruencies between current HIV incidence and prevalence data to populations at high risk for trauma exposure and provide examples of the negative impact of trauma exposures on HIV prevention and care efforts.

    Price: US $41.25 | CNE Hours: 3.30 | Course Number : HIV001

  • Systematic Review of Psychosocial Interventions for People with Spinal Cord Injury During Inpatient Rehabilitation: Implications for Evidence-Based Practice

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to identify interventional research regarding psychosocial care for people with SCI during inpatient rehabilitation and synthesize the evidence of the effects and characteristics of these studies.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV017

  • Impact of Managers’ Coaching Conversations on Staff Knowledge Use and Performance in Long-Term Care Settings

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to test a theoretical model of nursing home staff perceptions of their work context, their managers’ use of coaching conversations, and their use of instrumental, conceptual and persuasive research.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV018

  • A Comparison of the Incidence of Post-Dural Puncture Headache and Backache After Spinal Anesthesia: A Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to compare the incidence of post-dural puncture headache and backache after different periods of bed rest following spinal anesthesia.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV019

  • Farmworker Vulnerability to Heat Hazards: A Conceptual Framework

    This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship reviews factors that impact the effort of hot environments on the human body in order to develop a conceptual model of human biological response.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS006

  • Planetary Health and the Role of Nursing: A Call to Action

    This article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship discusses the drivers of planetary health, responses, and the role of nursing in making health systems more resilient in an era of increasing stresses. As health providers, scientists, educators, and leaders, nurses have an obligation to prepare for climate change and other impacts of ecosystem strain on human health.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS007

  • Mandate for the Nursing Profession to Address Climate Change Through Nursing Education

    This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship discusses the adverse health effects from climate change demand action from the nursing profession. This article examines the calls to action, the status of climate change in nursing education, and challenges and recommendations for nursing education related to climate change and human health.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS008

  • Challenges and Resources for Nurses Participating in a Hurricane Sandy Hospital Evacuation

    Weather-related disasters have increased dramatically in recent years. In 2012, severe flooding as a result of Hurricane Sandy necessitated the mid-storm patient evacuation of New York University Langone Medical Center. The purpose of this article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship was to explore, from the nurses’ perspective, what the challenges and resources were to carrying out their responsibilities, and what the implications are for nursing education and preparation for disaster.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS009

  • Henderson Repository CNE Collection: Maternal-Infant Microbiomes

    Research regarding maternal-infant microbiomes may help give babies a healthier start in life (Vagina Microbiome Consortium, 2016). The November 2017 issue of the Henderson Repository CNE Collection, provides evidence regarding Maternal-Infant Microbiomes. This collection highlights four aspects of microbiome research including maternal chronic stressors, environmental exposures, cervical microbiome, and preterm infant pain/stress neurodevelopment and gut microbiome diversity.

    Price: US $0.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : REP002

  • Improving -Omics-Based Research and Precision Health in Minority Populations: Recommendations for Nurse Scientists

    The purpose of this article from Journal of Nursing Scholarship is to provide an overview of the role of nurse scientists in -omics-based research and to promote discussion around the conduct of -omics-based nursing research in minority communities. Nurses are advocates, educators, practitioners, scientists, and researchers, and are crucial to the design and successful implementation of -omics studies, particularly including minority communities. The contribution of nursing in this area of research is crucial to reducing health disparities.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS010

  • Developing and Sustaining a Career as a Transdisciplinary Nurse Scientist

    This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship provides an overview of strategies to build and sustain a career as a nurse scientist. It examines how to integrate technologies and precision approaches into clinical practice, research, and education of the next generation of nursing scholars.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : JNS011

  • Building Innovation and Sustainability in Programs of Research

    This Journal of Nursing Scholarship article examines innovation and sustainability as two important concepts of impactful programs of research. While at first glance these concepts and approaches may seem at odds, they are synergistic.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS012

  • The First U.S. Study on Nurses’ Evidence-Based Practice Competencies Indicates Major Deficits That Threaten Healthcare Quality, Safety, and Patient Outcomes

    Tremendous variability in evidence-based practice (EBP) persists throughout the United States even though research supports that implementation of EBP leads to high-quality cost-effective care. Although the first set of EBP competencies for nurses was published in 2014, the state of EBP competency in U.S. nurses is currently unknown. This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to describe the state of EBP competency in nurses across the United States and determine important factors associated with EBP competency.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV020

  • Efficacy and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Evidence-Based Nursing Interventions to Maintain Tissue Integrity to Prevent Pressure Ulcers and Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing aims to determine the cost-effectiveness and efficacy of evidence-based (EB) nursing interventions on increasing tissue tolerance by maintaining tissue integrity.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV021

  • INRC17: Evidencing the Contribution of Nursing and Midwifery: Measuring What Matters

    The focus of the presentation is based on an international program of work that spans 10 years, focusing on the development of a set of person-centered key performance indicators.

    Price: US $16.25 | CNE Hours: 1.30 | Course Number : INRC17B

  • Introduction to Healthcare Ethics

    This course introduces learners to ways of classifying and organizing “levels” of ethics from the very abstract to the more practical (or from the practical to the abstract). Learners will be presented with a basic overview of meta ethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics, and learn how various theories and principles of ethics are interconnected. The importance of value analysis and how individual values have a place within the broader study of ethics will also be addressed.

    Price: US $35.20 | CNE Hours: 4.40 | Course Number : ETHICS01

  • Ethical Issues

    Although initially an area associated with a distinct disciplinary study, such as philosophy, the subject of ethics is increasingly becoming everybody’s business. Increasing life expectancy with existent co-morbidities renders end-of-life care for older people much more complex and challenging. Within this, and many other contexts, ethical issues arise, as healthcare workers struggle to identify the best course of action within the context of differing and perhaps conflicting options. This course will address the issues of end-of-life life, research ethics, and public health ethics.

    Price: US $60.80 | CNE Hours: 7.60 | Course Number : ETHICS03

  • Ethical Dilemmas

    Balancing the right to healthcare treatment and individual rights in the context of professional moral and ethical practices is a difficult dilemma. This course aims to assist you to by providing a brief overview of the context, nature and processes of ethical dilemmas, its associated terms, concepts, theories and processes. Understanding the basic concepts that apply to this field, including the underpinning ethical principles of healthcare practice, will enable the practitioner to more easily recognize an ethical dilemma.

    Price: US $52.80 | CNE Hours: 6.60 | Course Number : ETHICS02

  • Health Literacy Fundamentals for Nurses

    Using the nursing process as a framework, this course focuses on helping participants use health literacy standards to assess health literacy levels, diagnose or recognize clients with low and extremely low health literacy, plan and implement appropriate patient education techniques, and evaluate patient teaching.

    Price: US $25.00 | CNE Hours: 2.00 | Course Number : LIT001

  • Toward Improving Quality of End-of-Life Care: Encoding Clinical Guidelines and Standing Orders Using the Omaha System

    This article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing investigates the feasibility of using the Omaha System as a framework for encoding interoperable evidence-based EOL interventions with specified temporality for use across disciplines and settings.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : WV022

  • Comfort-Supporting Nursing Activities for End-of-Life Patients in an Institutionalized Environment

    Comfort promotion plays a significant role in end-of-life patient care. In this article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, the objective was to determine the utilization rate of comfort-supporting nursing activities in end-of-life Czech Republic institution patients in relation to the age of the registered nurses (RNs), length of work experience, education level, and type of workplace.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS013

  • Current Literature Review of Registered Nurses’ Competency in the Global Community

    In order to enhance international standards of nursing service, this article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship aims to analyze the English full-text peer-reviewed published articles from the past 10 years that describe contemporary registered nurses’ (RNs’) competency in the global community.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS014

  • Psychometric Testing of the Personal Workspace Safety Instrument for Emergency Nurses

    Patient-visitor violence (PVV) committed against nurses is a worldwide problem and registered nurses in emergency departments are particularly susceptible. The purpose of this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is to examine the psychometric properties of the Personal Workplace Safety Instrument for Emergency Nurses (PWSI‐EN), developed to measure emergency nurses' perceptions of safety from PVV. 

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV023

  • Influencing Pathways to Quality of Life and HbA1c in Patients With Diabetes: A Longitudinal Study That Inform Evidence‐Based Practice

    Influencing Pathways to Quality of Life and HbA1c in Patients With Diabetes: A Longitudinal Study That Inform Evidence‐Based Practice
    Determining possible associated factors and the influencing pathways to hemoglobin A1C (HbA1C) levels and quality of life (QoL) will facilitate the development of effective interventions to improve the physical and psychosocial health of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). The purpose of this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is to test a hypothesized model that addressed the pathways among personal characteristics, social support, diabetes distress, and self‐care behaviors to HbA1C and QoL.

    Price: US $15.00 | CNE Hours: 1.20 | Course Number : WV024

  • Complexity of the Relationships of Pain, Posttraumatic Stress, and Depression in Combat‐Injured Populations: An Integrative Review to Inform Evidence‐Based Practice

    The purpose of this article from Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing is to synthesize clinical presentations and relationships of combat injury, PTSD, depression, and pain in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) United States military service members and veterans.

    Price: US $12.50 | CNE Hours: 1.00 | Course Number : WV025

  • The Relationship Among Change Fatigue, Resilience, and Job Satisfaction of Hospital Nurses

    Healthcare is typified by change. Frequent and vast changes in acute care hospitals can take a toll on nurses and cause change fatigue, which has been largely overlooked and under-researched. This article from the Journal of Nursing Scholarship examines relationships between change fatigue, resilience, and job satisfaction among novice and seasoned hospital staff nurses.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS015

  • Behavioral Economics: A New Lens for Understanding Genomic Decision Making

    This Journal of Nursing Scholarship article seeks to take the next step in examining the insights that nurses and other healthcare providers can derive from applying behavioral economic concepts to support genomic decision making. As genomic science continues to permeate clinical practice, nurses must continue to adapt practice to meet new challenges. Decisions associated with genomics are often not simple and dichotomous in nature; they can be complex and challenging for all involved.

    Price: US $13.75 | CNE Hours: 1.10 | Course Number : JNS016

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