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Millor, Georgia - - 2009
Young, Amanda - - 2009
Hughes, Meghan - - 2009
Babcock, Jennifer - - 2009
Sellers, Kathleen - - 2009
The purpose of this descriptive study was to examine the knowledge of nursing administrators about horizontal violence (HV) among New York Organization of Nurse Executive members and to ascertain if they used evidence-based leadership in their roles. In this paper the authors describe the research conducted and examine evidence-based leadership ...
Worral, Priscilla - - 2009
In increasing numbers, nurses as members of intradisciplinary and transdisciplinary teams are implementing evidence- based practice (EBP) changes. These variations result in demonstrated improvement in outcomes for the patient and family, staff, organization, and community. Many of these EBP activities remain an untapped resource; however, they have potential for improving ...
Myers, Gina - - 2009
A nursing research alliance is a group of individuals in a geographic area who come together to identify ways to promote evidence-based practice, collaborate on research projects, and raise awareness of nursing research in the healthcare community. Six alliances currently exist in New York State. These alliances are actively engaged ...
Myers, Gina - - 2009
The New York State Research Agenda promotes nursing research and evidence-based practice as a means of improving the quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of care in the state. One way to put the research agenda into action is through the development of regional nursing research alliances across New York State. These ...
Millor, Georgia - - 2009
Waters, Tony - - 2009
Nineteenth century histories of Tanzania typically focus on "tribal" histories, customs, and military action. To a certain extent, this is expected. The story of how interior Tanzania came in contact with the Indian Ocean World is an exceedingly violent one. However, there are different ways of looking at interior history ...
Fegley, Randall - - 2009
During Southern Sudan's second period of civil war, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) provided almost all of the region's public services and greatly influenced local administration. Refugee movements, inadequate infrastructures, food shortages, accountability issues, disputes and other difficulties overwhelmed both the agencies and newly developed civil authorities. Blurred distinctions between political and ...
Bovcon, Maja - - 2009
This paper evaluates France's conflict resolution strategy by taking into account Cote d'Ivoire's internal dynamics and the wider international context over the last two decades. Contrary to the prevailing opinion, it will be argued that France, given the circumstances, has undertaken a successful conflict resolution strategy. The controversial implication of ...
Lewis, Juan - - 2009
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