Nurse Fatigue in the Hospital

September 23, 2016
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The latest featured article from the current issue of ANS  is titled “Interpretation of Hospital Nurse Fatigue Using Latent Profile Analysis” by Diane Ash Drake, PhD, RN and Linsey M. Barker Steege, PhD. You can access this article here at no charge now while it is featured. Dr. Drake and Dr. Steege have each provided a message about […]

Trauma Informed Nursing Practice with Teen Mothers

September 16, 2016
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The current ANS featured article is authored by Sarah Bekaert, MSc and Lee SmithBattle, PhD, and is titled “Teen Mothers’ Experience of Intimate Partner Violence: A Metasynthesis.”  We invite you to download this article from the ANS website and return here to add you comments to a discussion of this very important issue.  Sarah Bekaert shared this background […]

New Articles Published Ahead-of-Print

September 12, 2016
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Published Ahead-of-Print on September 7: Exploring Preterm Mothers’ Personal Narratives: Influences and Meanings. Adkins, Cherie S.; Doheny, Kim K. Original Article: PDF Only Quality Indicators and Parental Satisfaction With Perinatal Palliative Care in the Intrapartum Setting After Diagnosis of a Life-Limiting Fetal Condition. Wool, Charlotte; Black, Beth Perry; Woods, Anne B. (Nancy) Original Article: PDF […]

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Transgender Patient Care

September 9, 2016
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Our current featured article is by Rebecca M. Carabez, PhD, RN ;Michele J. Eliason, PhD and Marty Martinson, DrPH title “Nurses’ Knowledge About Transgender Patient Care: A Qualitative Study.” This article is available for download at no cost while it is featured on the ANS website!  Dr. Eliason sent this message about her personal experiences embarking on a […]

New Issue Topic Scheduled! “Crime, Justice & Health”

September 5, 2016
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ANS Volume 40 Issue 2 will feature articles that address “Crime, Justice & Health.” Manuscripts for this issue are due October 15, 2017.  Here is the issue call for submissions: In the past several years, there is widespread recognition that cultural and political responses to crime, and standards of justice, are powerful factors that shape […]

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Parents as Partners in the NICU

September 2, 2016
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The latest featured article in the current issue of ANS is by Amy L. D’Agata, PhD, MS, RN and Jacqueline M. McGrath, PhD, RN, FNAP, FAAN, titled “A Framework of Complex Adaptive Systems Parents As Partners in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.”  The article is available for download at no cost while it is featured.  Dr. D’Agata sent this message […]

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Theory Integration to Explore Complexity

August 26, 2016
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Our new featured article is titled “Using Theory Integration to Explore Complex Health Problems” by Brenna L. Quinn, PhD, RN, NCSN. We invite you to download the article while it is featured and return here to join discussion of these ideas.  In this message about her article, she describes the evolution of this article as a result of […]