Translating Public Health Policy into Practice

August 31, 2015
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The current featured article in the  July/September 2015 issue of ANS provides an overview of an issue that has been sadly neglected – how to get public health policies into practice.  This challenge is particularly acute because the policies are well documented to result in significant improvement in health outcomes for many people and communities. […]

Working with Patients Living with Obesity

August 19, 2015
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Our current featured article is titled “Working With Patients Living With Obesity in the Intensive Care Unit: A Study of Nurses’ Experiences” by Jacqueline Marie Shea, RN, BScN, MScN and Marilou Gagnon, RN, PhD.  This article article is available “open access,” meaning that it is permanently available for download without charge. The authors provide sections in conclusion that […]

Spiritual Healing for Men Traumatized by Childhood Maltreatment

August 12, 2015
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This featured article titled  “Spiritual Healing in the Aftermath of Childhood Maltreatment: Translating Men’s Lived Experiences Utilizing Nursing Conceptual Models and Theory” is an exemplar that provides specific primary, secondary and tertiary nursing interventions framed within nursing theories and models, addressing the benefits of engaging spiritual faith traditions in the healing process. The authors are Danny G. Willis, DNS, […]

New ANS Issue Just Released Featuring “Translational Scholarship”

August 6, 2015
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Today we released ANS 38:3, which features articles on the topic “Translational Scholarship” as well as two “General Topic” articles!  I am particularly excited about this issue because it contains ground-breaking information that has real implications for both nursing practice and nursing knowledge development.  Please take a few minutes to browse the Table of Contents. […]

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Measurement of Holistic Nursing Values

July 22, 2015
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In the current ANS featured article, author Elizabeth Kinchen, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, addresses the challenges facing nursing to address the primary care needs of populations now served because of access to the U.S. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  The article, titled “Development and Testing of an Instrument to Measure Holistic Nursing Values in Nurse Practitioner Care” provides evidence […]

A New Model for Enacting the Scope of Nursing Practice

July 13, 2015
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The current ANS featured article addresses the disconnects that prevail between the full scope of nursing practice, and the practices that actually are enacted.  The article is titled “Influences on and Outcomes of Enacted Scope of Nursing Practice: A New Model” by Johanne D´ery, PhD, RN; Danielle D’Amour, PhD, RN; R´egis Blais, PhD and Sean P. Clarke, PhD, RN, FAAN. […]

Evidence guiding culturally safe nursing practice

June 30, 2015
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The current ANS featured article titled “Toward Cultural Safety Nurse and Patient Perceptions of Illicit Substance Use in a Hospitalized Setting”  is based on a collaborative project that focuses on cultural safety in health care.  The authors, Bernadette (Bernie) Pauly, PhD, RN; Jane McCall, MSN, RN; Annette J. Browne, PhD, RN; J. Parker, MA and Ashley Mollison, MA shared this […]

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