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Theories in Action and How Nursing Practice Changed
Rogers’ theoretical framework of diffusion of innovation guided the successful infusion of the educational training and implementation of the Magis model of care at a 570 bed hospital in theExpand
Nursing Presence: Putting the Art of Nursing Back Into Hospital Orientation
How one Midwestern academic medical center incorporated both the art and science of nursing into orientation is described, which is seldom reflected in hospital orientation curricula. Expand
A Cost-Savings Study
I.v. regulation device vs. infusion pump: a cost-savings study.
A study of intravenous infusion pump usage patterns showed that nurses frequently were using this device for convenience rather than for clinical need, and potential savings of $674,508 in capital costs and $271,408 in annual patient costs were realized when nurses' practice was changed. Expand
Expectation of Care Inventory Psychometric Analysis