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eBook Magnet Hospitals Revisited: Attraction and Retention of Professional Nurses (American Nurses Association) ePub

by Margaret L. McClure,Ada Sue Hinshaw

eBook Magnet Hospitals Revisited: Attraction and Retention of Professional Nurses (American Nurses Association) ePub
Author: Margaret L. McClure,Ada Sue Hinshaw
Language: English
ISBN: 1558101993
ISBN13: 978-1558101999
Publisher: Amer Nurses Assn; 1 edition (August 1, 2002)
Pages: 134
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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Margaret L. McClure, Ada Sue Hinshaw. Examining the history, science, impacts, and potential of the American experience with magnet hospitals, this book contains six chapters by nurses, scholars, and administrators

Margaret L. Examining the history, science, impacts, and potential of the American experience with magnet hospitals, this book contains six chapters by nurses, scholars, and administrators. They address the 1983 study, the essential properties of magnetism, the evidence base, the application of magnet principles, the ANCC Magnet Recognition program, and future prospects.

Magnet Hospitals Revisited book.

She was also the resident of the American Academy of Nursing (1999-2001). Her books have included "Magnet Hospitals Revisited: Attraction and Retention of Professional Nurses.

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Presents the history, the science, the impacts, and the promise of creating work environments to attract and hold competent nurses.

ABSTRACT: Magnet hospital certification has a reputation for being one solution to nurse recruitment and retention

ABSTRACT: Magnet hospital certification has a reputation for being one solution to nurse recruitment and retention. It is a matter of priority for hospitals to identify and enhance the basic organizational social structures which promote the development and maintenance of magnetism. A total of 436 valid self-administered questionnaires were collected from nurses. Paired sample t-tests, ce gap analysis andANO-VAwere applied

The American Nurses Association strongly promotes well informed and politically engaged nurse advocates to support and educate the 2020 presidential candidates on the issues important to nurses and patients.

The American Nurses Association strongly promotes well informed and politically engaged nurse advocates to support and educate the 2020 presidential candidates on the issues important to nurses and patients. The American Nurses Association strongly promotes well informed and politically engaged nurse advocates to support and educate the 2020 presidential candidates on the issues important to nurses and patients.

and retention of qualified staff are achieved? 1. to identifr magnet . Selected Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing from B designated. to identifr magnet hospitals in each of eight regions of the countrythat had demonstrated success in recruiting and retainingthe complement of profes- sional nuÍses essential to assure high-quality nursing care; 2. to identifi'and describe the organizational variables that had helped to create nursing practice and hospital environments that promote the nursing staff's job satisfaction, with accompanying fulfillment of both Selected Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing from B designated.

McClure M, Hinshaw AS. Magnet Hospitals Revisited: Attraction and Retention of Professional Nurses. At the same time, they struggle to address nurse recruitment and retention concerns by focusing on the quality of nurses' work environment. Washington DC: American Nurses Association; 2002:84, 117. Healthy work environments for all nurses.

American Academy of Nursing. Impact of Professional Nursing Practices on Patient/Nurse Outcomes: Testing the Essential Professional Nursing Practices Instrument. author {Martha Hoffman}, journal {American Nurses Association Publications}, year {1983}, volume {G-160}, pages {. i-xiv, 1-135 } }. Martha Hoffman.

(American Academy of Nursing) Presents the history, the science, the impacts, and the promise of creating work environments to attract and hold competent nurses. Reviews the 1983 findings and the ANCC program and details the evidence base for the superior outcomes of magnet hospital. Softcover. DNLM: Nursing Staff, Hospital--supply & distribution.
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