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The “As-if” World of Nursing Practice: Nurses, Marketing and Decision-Making

July 31, 2017 by

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We are currently featuring the article titled “The “As-If” World of Nursing Practice: Nurses, Marketing, and Decision-Making” by Quinn Grundy, PhD, RN and Ruth E. Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN. Based on an ethnographic study, the authors conclude that “nursing must deconstruct the “as-if” nondecisional myth by confronting conflicts of interest and owning fully its rightful clinical […]

Shadowing Nurse Middle Managers

October 21, 2015 by

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Our current featured article is titled “Nurse Middle Managers’ Dispositions of Habitus: A Bourdieusian Analysis of Supporting Role Behaviors in Dutch and American Hospitals” by P. C. B. Lalleman, MA; G. A. C. Smid, PhD; M. D. Lagerwey, PhD; L. Oldenhof, PhD and M. J. Schuurmans, PhD. While it is featured, you can access this article at no charge on the […]