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  1. [해외논문]   Table of Contents   SCIE SSCI


    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. A1 - A4 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. A6 - A6 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. e1 - e1 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Broome, Marion E. (<i>Corresponding author:</i>Marion E. Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN, School of Nursing, Duke University, Durham, NC.)
    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. 667 - 668 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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  5. [해외논문]   May you live in interesting times!   SCIE SSCI

    Cox, Karen (<i>Corresponding author:</i>Karen Cox, PhD, RN, FAAN, Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, V. Fred Burry, MD and Sandra Hobart Burry Chair in Nursing Advocacy and Leadership, Children's Mercy Kansas City, 2401 Gillham Road, Kansas, MO 64108)
    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. 669 - 670 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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  6. [해외논문]   Pathway to better patient care and nurse workforce outcomes in home care   SCIE SSCI

    Jarrí (Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA ) , n, Olga F. (Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA ) , Kang, Youjeong (Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA) , Aiken, Linda H.
    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. 671 - 678 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Abstract Background Unlike the Magnet Recognition Program, the newer Pathway to Excellence Program designed to improve work environments in a broader range of organizations has not yet been the focus of substantial research. Purpose The purpose of the study was to examine the association of Pathway to Excellence Program Standards with better patient care quality and workforce outcomes in home care. Method Cross-sectional survey of registered nurses yielded informants from 871 home care agencies in the United States. Variables representing each of the 12 Pathway Standards were entered into logistic regression models to determine associations with better patient care and nurse workforce outcomes. Discussion All Pathway Standards are strongly and significantly associated with better patient care and better workforce outcomes. Home care agencies with better-rated professional work environments consistently had better patient care and nurse workforce outcomes. Conclusions This study validates the Pathway to Excellence Standards as important to patient care quality and nursing workforce outcomes in home care. Highlights American Nurses Credentialing Center Pathway to Excellence Program holds promise for improved home care. Patient care is better when home care agencies empower and equip nurses. Nurse retention in home care is likely better when work environments are good.

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  7. [해외논문]   The quality of primary care provided by nurse practitioners to vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries   SCIE SSCI

    DesRoches, Catherine M. (Harvard Medical School, Department of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Division of Primary Care, Brookline, MA ) , Clarke, Sean (Boston College, William F. Connell School of Nursing, Chestnut Hill, MA ) , Perloff, Jennifer (The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA ) , O'Reilly-Jacob, Monica (The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA ) , Buerhaus, Peter (Center for Interdisciplinary Health Workforce Studies, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT)
    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. 679 - 688 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Abstract Background Studies suggest nurse practitioners are heavily represented among primary care providers for vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries. Purpose The purpose of this study was to compare quality indicators among three groups of vulnerable beneficiaries managed by MDs and nurse practitioners (NPs). Methods The methods include retrospective cohort design examining 2012 and 2013 Medicare claims for three beneficiary groups: (a) initially qualified for the program due to disability, (b) dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, and (c) both disabled and dually eligible. Validated quality indicators in four domains were analyzed. Discussion Gaps in outcomes suggest better performance for primary care nurse practitioners (PCNPs) in preventable hospitalizations and adverse outcomes. Outcome gaps suggesting better performance for primary care physicians in chronic disease management were diminished for beneficiaries who were both disabled and dually eligible suggesting improved performance for PCNPs within this subpopulation. Conclusion These findings add new evidence indicating the quality of primary care provided to vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries by PCNPs is generally consistent with clinical guidelines and the less intensive use of costly health care services. Highlights Nurse practitioners (NPs) care for a greater proportion Medicare beneficiaries with disabilities and low incomes. NP management improves care for vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries. NP involvement in care may be key to expanding access and improving quality for vulnerable patients.

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  8. [해외논문]   Call to action: APRNs in U.S. nursing homes to improve care and reduce costs   SCIE SSCI

    Rantz, Marilyn J. (<i>Corresponding author:</i>Marilyn J. Rantz, MU Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65221.) , Birtley, Nancy M. , Flesner, Marcia , Crecelius, Charles , Murray, Cathy
    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. 689 - 696 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Abstract Background Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Center sponsored the initiative to reduce avoidable hospitalizations among nursing facility residents. Purpose Missouri Quality Initiative (MOQI) designed inter-professional model in nursing homes with advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). Method MOQI APRN model was implemented for 4 years in 16 nursing homes in a metro area of the Midwest. Hospitalizations were reduced (40% all-cause, 58% potentially avoidable), emergency room visits (54% all-cause, 65% potentially avoidable), Medicare expenditures for hospitalizations (34% all-cause, 45% potentially avoidable), and Medicare expenditures for emergency room visits (50% all-cause, 60% potentially avoidable) for long-stay nursing home residents. Discussion Success of the MOQI model reinforces decades of research demonstrating that care provided by APRNs is cost-effective, safe, and associated with positive health outcomes and patient satisfaction. Conclusion Nursing homes can implement and benefit by hiring APRNs. However, changes in the Code of Federal Regulation (CFR 483.40) are necessary to improve patient access to care and encourage hiring APRNs in US nursing homes. Highlights Missouri Quality Initiative (MOQI) has been successful in reducing hospitalizations and expenditures for long-stay nursing home residents. MOQI implemented interprofessional model in long-term care facilities with advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) at the forefront. The success of the MOQI model reinforces decades of research demonstrating that care provided by APRNs is cost-effective, safe, and associated with positive health outcomes and patient satisfaction. Changes in regulations are necessary to improve patient access to care and encourage the use of APRNs in nursing homes nationwide.

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  9. [해외논문]   Organizational intellectual capital and the role of the nurse manager: A proposed conceptual model   SCIE SSCI

    Gilbert, Jason H. (Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis, IN ) , Von Ah, Diane (Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis, IN ) , Broome, Marion E. (Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC)
    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. 697 - 710 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Abstract Background Nurse managers must leverage both the human capital and social capital of the teams they lead in order to produce quality outcomes. Little is known about the relationship between human capital and social capital and how these concepts may work together to produce organizational outcomes through leadership of nurses. Purpose The purpose of this article was to explore the concepts of human capital and social capital as they relate to nursing leadership in health care organizations. Specific aims included (a) to synthesize the literature related to human capital and social capital in leadership, (b) to refine the conceptual definitions of human capital and social capital with associated conceptual antecedents and consequences, and (c) to propose a synthesized conceptual model guiding further empirical research of social capital and human capital in nursing leadership. Methods A systematic integrative review of leadership literature using criteria informed by Whittemore and Knafl (2005) was completed. CINAHL Plus with Full Text, Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, Health Business FullTEXT, MEDLINE, and PsychINFO databases were searched for the years 1995 to 2016 using terms “human capital,” “social capital,” and “management.” Discussion Analysis of conceptual definitions, theoretical and conceptual models, antecedents and consequences, propositions or hypotheses, and empirical support for 37 articles fitting review criteria resulted in the synthesis of the proposed Gilbert Conceptual Model of Organizational Intellectual Capital. Conclusion The Gilbert Conceptual Model of Organizational Intellectual Capital advances the propositions of human capital theory and social capital theory and is the first model to conceptualize the direct and moderating effects that nurse leaders have on the human capital and social capital of the teams they lead. This model provides a framework for further empirical study and may have implications for practice, organizational policy, and education related to nursing leadership. Highlights A conceptual model for organizational intellectual capital is proposed. Organizational capital provides context for organizational behavior. Managers have direct and moderating effects on the teams they lead. Human capital and social capital are related in provision of knowledge exchange. Quality and combination of human capital and social capital may improve outcomes.

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  10. [해외논문]   Comparative and cost-effectiveness research: Competencies, opportunities, and training for nurse scientists   SCIE SSCI

    Stone, Patricia W. (Columbia University School of Nursing, New York, NY ) , Cohen, Catherine (Columbia University School of Nursing, New York, NY ) , Pincus, Harold Alan (Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY)
    Nursing outlook v.65 no.6 ,pp. 711 - 717 , 2017 , 0029-6554 ,

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    Abstract Background Comparative and cost-effectiveness research develops knowledge on the everyday effectiveness and value of treatments and care delivery models. Purpose To describe comparative and cost-effectiveness research; identify needed competencies for this research; identify federal funding; and describe current training opportunities. Methods Published recommended competencies were reviewed. Current federal funding and training opportunities were identified. A federally funded training program and other training opportunities are described. Discussion Fourteen core competencies were identified that have both analytic and theoretical foci from nursing and other fields. There are multiple sources of federal funding for research and training. Interdisciplinary training is needed. Conclusion Comparative and cost-effectiveness research has the opportunity to transform health care delivery and improve the outcomes of patients. Nurses, as clinicians and scientists, are in a unique position to contribute to this important research. We encourage nurses to seek the needed interdisciplinary research training to participate in this important endeavor. We also encourage educators to use the competencies and processes identified in current training programs to help shape their doctoral programs. Highlights Nurses have an opportunity to transform health care with comparative and cost-effectiveness research. Fourteen core competencies were identified that have both analytic and theoretical foci from nursing and other fields. There are multiple sources of federal funding for research and training. Interdisciplinary training is needed.

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