|OJIN News -- June 10, 2011|
New Topic: Patient Centered Care: Challenges and Rewards
Volume 16, Issue 2 - May, 2011
OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing has just posted a brand new topic: Patient Centered Care: Challenges and Rewards.
An Exploration of Person-Centredness in Practice, by Tanya McCance, DPhil, MSc, BSc (Hons.) RGN; Brendan McCormack, D.Phil (Oxon.), BSC (Hons.) Nursing, PGCEA, RNT, RGN, RMN; and Jan Dewing, MPhD, MN, BSc, R describes development of the concept of person-centredness and considers how nurses can operationalise person-centredness in practice.
Patients First! Engaging the Hearts and Minds of Nurses with a Patient-Centered Practice Model, by Deborah C. Small, RN, MSN, NE-BC and Robert M. Small, MBA, identifies the essence of patient and family-centered care (PFCC) by describing barriers to PFCC and reviewing the process of development and implementation of a PFCC-based nursing practice model.
Developing Person-Centred Care: Addressing Contextual Challenges Through Practice Development, by Brendan McCormack, D.Phil (Oxon.), BSC (Hons.) Nursing, PGCEA, RNT, RGN, RMN; Jan Dewing, MPhD, MN, BSc, RGN, RNT; and Tanya McCance, DPhil, MSc, BSc (Hons), discusses the practice context and explores three factors of influence: workplace culture, learning culture, and the physical environment.
Patient-Centered Care in a Medical Home, by Colette Carver, MSN, APRN-BC-ADM, FNP and Anne T. Jessie, MSN, RN, describes patient-centered medical homes and offers an exemplar describing the process to establish patient-centered medical homes throughout primary care departments.
Delivering Patient-Centered Care in the Midst of a Cultural Conflict: The Role of Cultural Competence, by Josepha Campinha-Bacote, PhD, MAR, PMHCNS-BC, CTN-A, FAAN, provides nurses with skills that will enhance the delivery of patient-centered care in the midst of a cultural conflict.
Teaching Patient-Centered Care During the Silver Hour, by Marilyn Smith-Stoner, PhD, RN, CHPN, describes the basic concept of patient-centered care and discusses the importance of teaching students about this level of care when death is imminent.
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Articles on Previously Posted Topics
The Essence of Nursing in the Shifting Reality of Israel Today, by Merav Ben Natan, RN, PhD and Meir Oren, MD, MSc, MPH
Moral Distress and Moral Courage in Everyday Nursing Practice, by Ann Gallagher, PhD, MA, PGCEA, Bsc (Hons), RMN, SRN
Validation of the English and Spanish Mammography Beliefs and Attitudes Questionnaire , Gloria Lopez-McKee, PhD, RN; Julia Bader, PhD
Nursing at its Best: Competent and Caring, by Marilyn K. Rhodes, EdD, MSN, RN, CNM; Arlene H. Morris, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE; and Ramona Browder Lazenby, EdD, RN, FNP-BC, CNE
Ethics: Beyond Patient Care: Practicing Empathy in the Workplace, by Christine Sorrell Dinkins, PhD
Informatics: The Standardized Nursing Terminologies: A National Survey of Nursesí Experiences and Attitudes, by Patricia M. Schwiran, PhD, RN and Linda Q. Thede, PhD, RN-BC
OJIN is a peer-reviewed, online publication that addresses current topics affecting nursing practice, research, education, and the wider health care sector.
Harriet Coeling, PhD, RN, CNS
Jackie Owens, PhD, RN, COHN-S
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