New ANS issue just published!

Posted on November 3, 2014 by


ANS 37:4 was just published! This issue contains Part II of our focus on “Health Equities.” Both of these articles address equities related to specific populations – African American mothers living with HIV, and children with mental health symptoms. The planned topic for this issue – “Post-Hospital Nursing” is one that is becoming increasingly significant for 37-4 covernurses, as health care shifts more and more to the home and the community. Each article in this issue will appear on the ANS blog with messages from the authors, inviting you to engage in discussions of their work. Join us in this conversation!

Here is what you will find in this issue!

Health Equities Part II

Using an Intersectional Approach to Study the Impact of Social Determinants of Health for African American Mothers Living With HIV by Courtney Caiola, MSN, MPH, RN, Sharron Docherty, PhD, PNP-BC, FAAN, Michael Relf, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, AACRN, CNE, FAAN, and Julie Barroso, PhD, ANP-BC, APRN, FAAN

Perceived Discrimination and Children’s Mental Health Symptoms by Cheryl L. Cooke, PhD, MN, RN, Bonnie H. Bowie, PhD, MBA, RN, and Sybil Carr `ere, PhD

Post-Hospital Nursing

Can Nurses Tell the Future?: Creation of a Model Predictive of 30-Day Readmissions by Adonica Dugger, MSN, Susan McBride, PhD, and Huaxin Song, PhD

Analysis of Barriers to Cognitive Screening in Rural Populations in the United States by Lisa Kirk Wiese, PhD, RN, Christine L. Williams, RN, DNSc, PMHCHS-BC, and Ruth M. Tappen, RN, EdD, FAAN

Tried and True: Self-Regulation Theory as a Guiding Framework for Teaching Parents Diabetes Education Using Human Patient Simulation by Susan Sullivan-Bolyai, DNSc, CNS, RN, FAAN, Kimberly Johnson, BSN, CDE, RN; Karen Cullen, BSN, CDE, RN, Terry Hamm, BSN, CDE, RN, Jean Bisordi, BSN, CDE, RN, Kathleen Blaney, MPH, RN, Laura Maguire, MS, RN, and Gail Melkus, EdD, RN, FAAN

Predicting Transition to the Supine Sleep Position in Preterm Infants by Sherri L. McMullen, PhD, RN, NNP-BC, and Mary G. Carey, PhD, RN, CNS