The 2nd Edition of Quality and safety in nursing: A competency approach to improving outcomes edited by Associate Dean for Global Initiatives Gwen Sherwood and Jane Barnsteiner has been awarded first place in the 2017 American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards for ‘Nursing Education/Continuing Education/Professional Development’. The first edition has been translated into Swedish, Korean, Chinese and now Italian. Carol Durham and Kathy Alden have a chapter on simulation. Congratulations to all!
Associate Professor Jennifer Leeman has co-authored two articles with SON students that have been published recently. Hillman Scholar Sallie Allgood and Dr. Leeman authored “School health implementation tools: a mixed methods evaluation of factors influencing their use” which was published recently in Implementation Science. With DNP student Kelly Might Wilson, she authored “Improving physician engagement in interprofessional collaborative practice in rural emergency departments” which was published in Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. Professor Donna Havens also contributed to the article.
Well done to the following faculty and students who had papers published recently! Hillman Scholar Kelly Tan and Associate Professor Beth Black recently had their paper “A systematic review of healthcare provider perceptions of perceived barriers and facilitators to routine HIV testing in primary care settings the Southeastern United States” published in the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care DNP Student Kelly Might Wilson and Professor Donna Havens had their article “Improving physician engagement in interprofessional collaborative practice in rural emergency departments” published in Journal of Interprofessional Education … Continued