The Impact of Social Support Networks on Family Resilience in an Australian Intensive Care Unit: A Constructivist Grounded Theory
ConclusionsThis study offers a framework to improve patient ‐ and family‐centered care in the ICU by facilitating families’ ability to manage their situation more effectively. Social support offered by family members facilitates the families’ ability to regain control. An ICU family resilience theoretical framework, situated within the context of the Australian healthcare system, adds to what is currently known about the families’ experiences in the ICU.Clinical RelevanceThe relationships that develop between families in the ICU may provide a source of social support; however, not all families welcome...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 23, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Pauline Wong, Pranee Liamputtong, Susan Koch, Helen Rawson Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Implementation Quality: Implications for Intervention and Translational Science
ConclusionsThe investigators describe the necessary infrastructure and support for capturing IQ data and the subsequent complexities and challenges of collecting, measuring, and analyzing these data. Understanding IQ is critical to advancing translational science. Such understanding informs application of appropriate IQ measures, and promotes effective translation of evidence ‐based interventions into practice. Policy changes are needed to promote IQ assessment to ensure high‐quality clinical encounters during which interventions are effectively delivered.Clinical RelevanceIn both research and practice settings, the co...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 22, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Anne E. Norris, Yui Matsuda, Danielle Altares Sarik, Jonathan Pettigrew Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Psychological Work Environment and Suicidal Ideation Among Nurses in Taiwan
ConclusionsA considerable proportion of nurses developed suicidal ideation. A poor psychological work environment was a relevant factor for suicidal ideation.Clinical EvidenceThis study provides relevant knowledge for nursing management levels in preventing the development of suicidal ideation among nurses. Not only for nurses ’ mental health, but for patient safety and care quality, further studies in improving nurses’ psychological work environment are warranted. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 22, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Wei ‐Shan Chin, Yi‐Chuan Chen, Jiune‐Jye Ho, Nai‐Yun Cheng, Hsueh‐Ching Wu, Judith S. C. Shiao Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Implementation Quality: Implications for Intervention and Translational Science
ConclusionsThe investigators describe the necessary infrastructure and support for capturing IQ data and the subsequent complexities and challenges of collecting, measuring, and analyzing these data. Understanding IQ is critical to advancing translational science. Such understanding informs application of appropriate IQ measures, and promotes effective translation of evidence ‐based interventions into practice. Policy changes are needed to promote IQ assessment to ensure high‐quality clinical encounters during which interventions are effectively delivered.Clinical RelevanceIn both research and practice settings, the co...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 22, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Anne E. Norris, Yui Matsuda, Danielle Altares Sarik, Jonathan Pettigrew Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Psychological Work Environment and Suicidal Ideation Among Nurses in Taiwan
ConclusionsA considerable proportion of nurses developed suicidal ideation. A poor psychological work environment was a relevant factor for suicidal ideation.Clinical EvidenceThis study provides relevant knowledge for nursing management levels in preventing the development of suicidal ideation among nurses. Not only for nurses ’ mental health, but for patient safety and care quality, further studies in improving nurses’ psychological work environment are warranted. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 22, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Wei ‐Shan Chin, Yi‐Chuan Chen, Jiune‐Jye Ho, Nai‐Yun Cheng, Hsueh‐Ching Wu, Judith S. C. Shiao Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Symptom Science Research in the Era of Big Data: Leveraging Interdisciplinary Resources and Partners to Make It Happen
ConclusionsAlthough challenges to conducting team science exist, a reflection on how team science fits into the theoretical framework of Carper's Patterns of Knowing highlights its potential to drive nursing research forward.Clinical RelevanceLeading or participating in team science can expand the lens by which nursing scientists conduct research that is meaningful to patients and families. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 19, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Elizabeth J. Corwin, Dean P. Jones, Anne L. Dunlop Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Priority Topics for Health Education to Support HIV Self ‐Management in Limited‐Resource Settings
ConclusionsThe identification of evidence ‐based health education priorities establishes a guide that healthcare providers may use to help PLWH effectively manage their health and creates a foundation from which further studies on improving clinical interactions may be generated.Clinical RelevanceUsing the priorities identified, nurses and other health educators can improve patient education, and consequently self ‐management, by making evidence‐based choices about what information to provide to their patients. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 19, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Samantha Stonbraker, Sheyla Richards, Mina Halpern, Suzanne Bakken, Rebecca Schnall Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Symptom Science Research in the Era of Big Data: Leveraging Interdisciplinary Resources and Partners to Make It Happen
ConclusionsAlthough challenges to conducting team science exist, a reflection on how team science fits into the theoretical framework of Carper's Patterns of Knowing highlights its potential to drive nursing research forward.Clinical RelevanceLeading or participating in team science can expand the lens by which nursing scientists conduct research that is meaningful to patients and families. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 19, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Elizabeth J. Corwin, Dean P. Jones, Anne L. Dunlop Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Priority Topics for Health Education to Support HIV Self ‐Management in Limited‐Resource Settings
ConclusionsThe identification of evidence ‐based health education priorities establishes a guide that healthcare providers may use to help PLWH effectively manage their health and creates a foundation from which further studies on improving clinical interactions may be generated.Clinical RelevanceUsing the priorities identified, nurses and other health educators can improve patient education, and consequently self ‐management, by making evidence‐based choices about what information to provide to their patients. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 19, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Samantha Stonbraker, Sheyla Richards, Mina Halpern, Suzanne Bakken, Rebecca Schnall Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Nursing Diagnoses as Predictors of Hospital Length of Stay: A Prospective Observational Study
AbstractPurposeTo investigate whether the number of nursing diagnoses on hospital admission is an independent predictor of the hospital length of stay.DesignA prospective observational study was carried out. A sample of 2,190 patients consecutively admitted (from July to December 2014) in four inpatient units (two medical, two surgical) of a 1,547 ‐bed university hospital were enrolled for the study.MethodsData were collected from a clinical nursing information system and the hospital discharge register. Two regression analyses were performed to investigate if the number of nursing diagnoses on hospital admission was an ...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 9, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Fabio D'Agostino, Ercole Vellone, Antonello Cocchieri, John Welton, Massimo Maurici, Barbara Polistena, Federico Spandonaro,, Maurizio Zega, Rosaria Alvaro, Gianfranco Sanson Tags: Original Manuscript Source Type: research

The National Institute of Nursing Research: A Glance Back, and A Vision for the Future
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Volume 50, Issue 6, Page 579-581, November 2018. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Patricia A. Grady Tags: Guest Editorial Source Type: research

Issue Information
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Volume 50, Issue 6, Page 577-578, November 2018. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Tags: Issue Information Source Type: research

The National Institute of Nursing Research: A Glance Back, and A Vision for the Future
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Volume 50, Issue 6, Page 579-581, November 2018. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Patricia A. Grady Tags: Guest Editorial Source Type: research

Robotics in Nursing: A Bibliometric Analysis
ConclusionsThe application of robots has been used beyond typical physical day ‐to‐day processes as many definitions of robotics suggest. Eleven (52%) of the 21 articles described the use of robots with aged patients. In some cases, robots were used as companions for older adults, as opposed to replacing mechanical and repetitive motions.Clinical RelevanceRobotics are being used globally in nursing care areas. While a limited amount of research on this topic in nursing exists, this study of the literature offers reports of applications of robots within nursing care areas. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Heather Carter ‐Templeton, Rachel M. Frazier, Lin Wu, Tami H. Wyatt Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Why Do We Require Registered Nurses in Nursing Homes? Using Longitudinal Hierarchical Linear Modeling
ConclusionsResults supported registered nurses ’ exclusive impact on resident outcomes. More longitudinal research is required to confirm the influence of nurses on nursing home residents’ outcomes.Clinical Relevance: This study supported about the contributions of increased input of Registered Nurses, additional to previous longitudinal studies. The nursing homes in Korea should have mandatory Registered Nurse placement for optimal quality of care.Clinical RelevanceThis study supported about the contributions of increased input of Registered Nurses, additional to previous longitudinal studies. The nursing home...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Juh Hyun Shin Tags: HEALTH POLICY AND SYSTEMS Source Type: research

Robotics in Nursing: A Scoping Review
ConclusionsAfter a detailed review of the state of the art in assistive robots and social assistive robots, an insight into the future of robotics in this field is provided. The recommendations include the need to intensify research on human robot interaction, greater focus on monitoring robots, and analysis of the psychological barriers that need to be surmounted to achieve more tolerance and higher acceptance of robots.Clinical RelevanceFor researchers and developers to provide suitable technological solutions, a full understanding of robotics in nursing is needed. An overview of the most recent applications and their pr...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Noel Maalouf, Abbas Sidaoui, Imad H. Elhajj, Daniel Asmar Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Social Robots for Depression in Older Adults: A Systematic Review
ConclusionsThe results highlight the potential of social robot interventions for reducing depression in older adults. However, the evidence is not strong enough to formulate recommendations on clinical effectiveness.Clinical RelevanceSocial robots are being used with increasing frequency to potentially provide personal support to older adults living in long ‐term care facilities. Social robots can be used to help alleviate depressive symptoms when used in group activities. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Shu ‐Chuan Chen, Cindy Jones, Wendy Moyle Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Integrative Literature Review Examining Factors Affecting Patient Safety With Robotic ‐Assisted and Laparoscopic Surgeries
ConclusionsThis integrative literature review identifies a dearth of evidence examining factors affecting patient safety during robotic ‐assisted and laparoscopic surgeries. It draws attention to the complexities with teamwork, intraoperative communication and disruptions during robotic‐assisted and laparoscopic surgeries. Although robotic‐assisted surgery is generally seen as safe and effective, this review highlights the nee d for education and training that focuses on non‐technical skills development, disruption prevention and alertness in anticipating and minimising risk.Clinical RelevanceThe evidence from this...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Reshmi Mathew, Kathleen Markey, Jill Murphy, Brid O ’ Brien Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Communication With Physicians as a Mediator in the Relationship Between the Nursing Work Environment and Select Nurse Outcomes in Jordan
ConclusionsDepending on the nurse outcome, communication was a significant mediator for various unit types. These results may be related to the type of work that is done in each unit and the influence of patient care. Communication is one of many mechanisms that can specify how a positive nursing work environment can contribute to nurses ’ job satisfaction and intent to stay.Clinical RelevanceA potential solution to the nursing shortage in Jordan emerges by identifying communication with physicians as a mediator in the relationship between the work environment and selected nurse outcomes. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Zaid Al ‐Hamdan, Tanima Banerjee, Milisa Manojlovich Tags: HEALTH POLICY AND SYSTEMS Source Type: research

The Woodhull Study Revisited: Nurses ’ Representation in Health News Media 20 Years Later
ConclusionsNurses remain invisible in health news media, despite their increasing levels of education, unique roles, and expertise.Clinical RelevanceNurses ’ clinical expertise is accompanied by unique perspectives on health, illness, and health care; but the public is not benefiting from the wisdom and insight that nurses can provide in health news stories. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Diana J. Mason, Laura Nixon, Barbara Glickstein, Sarah Han, Kristi Westphaln, Laura Carter Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Stressful Life Events in Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes in the U.S. T1D Exchange Clinic Registry
AbstractPurposeThe purpose was to test associations among stressful life events, frequency of missed insulin doses, and glycemic control in young adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D).DesignThe study was a cross ‐sectional descriptive secondary analysis.MethodsData from 2,921 participants (ages 18 –26 years) in the U.S. T1D Exchange Clinic Registry were analyzed. Report of a stressful life event was defined as one or more positive responses on a 17‐item stressful life events index and defined as a dichotomous variable (yes or no). Frequency of missed insulin doses was measured using a sin gle self‐report item and c...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Kevin L. Joiner, Margaret L. Holland, Margaret Grey Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Embracing the Focus of the Discipline of Nursing: Critical Caring Pedagogy
ConclusionsWhen nurse educators ground teaching and learning practice in nursing's own theoretical and philosophic foundation, they teach nursing in powerful ways that show nursing values and ideals through action, revealing deeper meanings of the words that form texts, lectures, and objectives set forth in a curriculum outline.Clinical RelevanceNursing students who experience education that is grounded in nursing's own disciplinary focus acquire an appreciation of nursing's disciplinary knowledge grounded in experience, paving the way for grounding their eventual practice in nursing theoretical perspectives. (Source: Jour...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Peggy L. Chinn, Adeline Falk ‐Rafael Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

The Influence of Culture on Attitudes Towards Humanoid and Animal ‐like Robots: An Integrative Review
ConclusionsThe research field of human –robot interaction provides the current evidence on the influence that culture has on attitudes towards humanoid and animal‐like robots, but more research that is guided by strong theoretical frameworks is needed.Clinical RelevanceWith the increased use of humanoid robots in the healthcare system, it is imperative that nurses and other healthcare professionals explore and understand the different factors that can affect the use of robots with patients. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Irena Papadopoulos, Christina Koulouglioti Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Satisfaction and Technology Evaluation of a Telehealth Robotic Program to Optimize Healthy Independent Living for Older Adults
ConclusionsThe T ‐CHAT program demonstrated high ratings for satisfaction (usefulness, ease of use, acceptability) and for evaluation of the telepresence robot technology. Further refinement of the T‐CHAT program is warranted, as is testing outcomes of this potentially viable mode of healthcare delivery.Clinical RelevanceRobotics is the wave of the future and provides an innovative mode of delivery to address health promotion and chronic illness management in older adults. Satisfaction and technology evaluation of robotic technology is paramount prior to implementation of such programs into practice. (Source: Journal o...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Tamilyn Bakas, Debi Sampsel, Jahmeel Israel, Ameya Chamnikar, Angela Ellard, John Greer Clark, Megan Gresham Ulrich, Dieter Vanderelst Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Care Personnel's Attitudes and Fears Toward Care Robots in Elderly Care: A Comparison of Data from the Care Personnel in Finland and Japan
DiscussionThe data from the Japanese care personnel bring new perspectives to the concept of a close human –robot relationship. The differences seen in the results between Finland and Japan can be partly explained by cultural dissimilarity, but it is also known that Japan is a more developed country with regard to the use of robotics in nursing care. The research highlights the importance of cultural f actors when examining the issue of care robotics. The factors affecting fear are a concern that care robots would be used to replace people, the dehumanization of treatment, and an increased loneliness in the elderly. ...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Kirsi Coco, Mari Kangasniemi, Teemu Rantanen Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Practice Environment Characteristics Associated With Missed Nursing Care
ConclusionsGood environments were significantly associated with lower levels of missed care. The impact on missed care differed by the characteristics of the practice environment.Clinical RelevanceHospital and nursing administrators should maintain good practice environments for nurses to reduce missed care activities and thus potentially improve patient outcomes. Specifically, their efforts should be targeted on improving staffing and resource adequacy and nurse –physician relations and on reducing workloads on hospital affairs. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Shin Hye Park, Miranda Hanchett, Chenjuan Ma Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

The Nurse ‐Engineer: A New Role to Improve Nurse Technology Interface and Patient Care Device Innovations
AbstractPurposeThe purpose of this article is to describe two innovative biomedical engineering and nursing collaborations designed to educate a new cadre of professionals and develop new knowledge and innovations (robots, patient care devices, and computer simulation).Organizing ConstructComplex health problems demand a highly skilled response that uses teams of professionals from various disciplines. When the biomedical engineering lens is expanded to include the practical perspective of nursing, opportunities emerge for greater technology –nurse interface and subsequent innovation. A joint nursing‐engineering de...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow, Alison Colbert, John Viator, Stephen Cavanagh Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Comfort and Attitudes Towards Robots Among Young, Middle ‐Aged, and Older Adults: A Cross‐Sectional Study
ConclusionsOlder, middle ‐aged, and younger adults had similar attitudes regarding the social impact of and comfort with robots; they also had similar negative attitudes towards robots. Findings dispel current perceptions that older adults are not as receptive to robots as other adults. This has implications for nurses wh o integrate supportive robots in their practice.Clinical RelevanceNurses working in clinical and community roles can use these findings when developing and implementing robotic solutions. Understanding attitudes towards robots can support how, where, and with whom robots can be used in nursing practice....
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Uba Backonja, Amanda K. Hall, Ian Painter, Laura Kneale, Amanda Lazar, Maya Cakmak, Hilaire J. Thompson, George Demiris Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Issue Information
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Volume 50, Issue 6, Page 577-578, November 2018. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 6, 2018 Category: Nursing Tags: Issue Information Source Type: research

Migrants ’ Healthcare Experience: A Meta‐Ethnography Review of the Literature
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 3, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Marie ‐Louise Luiking, Birgit Heckemann, Parveen Ali, Connie Doorn, Sumana Ghosh, Angela Kydd, Roger Watson, Harshida Patel Source Type: research

Migrants ’ Healthcare Experience: A Meta‐Ethnography Review of the Literature
ConclusionsFrom the findings, a model has been designed using the five dimensions and grounded in a person ‐centered care approach. This may help healthcare providers to identify weak points, as well as to improve the organization and healthcare professionals’ ability to provide person‐centered care to migrant patients.Clinical RelevanceThe proposed model facilitates identification of points of weakness in the care of migrant patients. Employing a person ‐centered care approach may contribute to improve health outcomes for migrant patients. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - November 2, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Marie ‐Louise Luiking, Birgit Heckemann, Parveen Ali, Connie Doorn, Sumana Ghosh, Angela Kydd, Roger Watson, Harshida Patel Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Collaborative Framework to Advance Symptom Science: An Intramural Perspective
ConclusionsThrough using the NIH SSM as a guide, NINR investigators quickly generate data and discoveries that significantly advance symptom science by simultaneously collaborating with multiple experts and core laboratories to identify more correlates and validate their functional relevance in order to further understand the biological underpinnings of the symptoms of interest.Clinical RelevanceThe collaborative framework used by NINR investigators as guided by the NIH SSM identifies functionally relevant clinical markers that can explain the biological underpinnings of symptoms and can be targeted to optimize symptom man...
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 30, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Leorey N. Saligan Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Integrative Literature Review Examining Factors Affecting Patient Safety With Robotic ‐Assisted and Laparoscopic Surgeries
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 30, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Reshmi Mathew, Kathleen Markey, Jill Murphy, Dr. Brid O ’ Brien Source Type: research

Collaborative Framework to Advance Symptom Science: An Intramural Perspective
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 30, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Leorey N. Saligan Source Type: research

Integrative Literature Review Examining Factors Affecting Patient Safety With Robotic ‐Assisted and Laparoscopic Surgeries
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 30, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Reshmi Mathew, Kathleen Markey, Jill Murphy, Dr. Brid O ’ Brien Source Type: research

Collaborative Framework to Advance Symptom Science: An Intramural Perspective
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 30, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Leorey N. Saligan Source Type: research

Genomic Literacy of Registered Nurses and Midwives in Australia: A Cross ‐Sectional Survey
ConclusionsThe genomic literacy of registered nurses and midwives in Australia is low. More must be done to ensure Australian registered nurses and midwives have an adequate level of genomic literacy to provide optimal care to patients, their families, and the community.Clinical RelevanceModern medicine requires a healthcare workforce that is literate in genomics. Findings from this study may serve as the catalyst to improve the genomic literacy of the Australian nursing and midwifery workforce, allowing for improved health outcomes for individuals and the wider Australian public. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 27, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Helen Wright, Lin Zhao, Melanie Birks, Jane Mills Tags: Original Article Source Type: research

Genomic Literacy of Registered Nurses and Midwives in Australia: A Cross ‐Sectional Survey
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 27, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Helen Wright, Lin Zhao, Melanie Birks, Jane Mills Source Type: research

The Role of the Nurse Scientist as a Knowledge Broker
ConclusionsThe knowledge broker role has been increasingly recognized worldwide as key to translating science into practice and policy. The nurse scientist is ideally suited for this role and should be promoted worldwide. The Thompson Knowledge Brokering Model can be used as a guide for nurse scientists.Clinical RelevanceThe role of the knowledge broker is to facilitate translation of useful research to practice and policy by connecting stakeholders through meaningful engagement. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 24, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Marcella Remer Thompson, Donna Schwartz Barcott Tags: Original Manuscript Source Type: research

The Role of the Nurse Scientist as a Knowledge Broker
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 24, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Marcella Remer Thompson, Donna Schwartz Barcott Source Type: research

Care Personnel's Attitudes and Fears Toward Care Robots in Elderly Care: A Comparison of Data from the Care Personnel in Finland and Japan
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 24, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Kirsi Coco, Mari Kangasniemi, Teemu Rantanen Source Type: research

The Role of the Nurse Scientist as a Knowledge Broker
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 24, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Marcella Remer Thompson, Donna Schwartz Barcott Source Type: research

Care Personnel's Attitudes and Fears Toward Care Robots in Elderly Care: A Comparison of Data from the Care Personnel in Finland and Japan
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, EarlyView. (Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship)
Source: Journal of Nursing Scholarship - October 24, 2018 Category: Nursing Authors: Kirsi Coco, Mari Kangasniemi, Teemu Rantanen Source Type: research