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‘What’s in OJIN?’ Archives

Topics include ethics, long-term care, shortage and environmental health

Topics include ethics, long-term care, shortage and environmental health

A new column and three new articles are on the way this fall in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. The issue of health care reform brings important ethical issues of justice to the forefront, as individuals, communities and the legislature struggle with how to [Read More]

New articles on social media and communication technology in health care

New articles on social media and communication technology in health care

Social media may not have started in health care, but it is here to stay, ” notes Robert Fraser, MN, RN, who introduces five new articles in the upcoming OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. The Sept. 30 topic, Social Media and Communication Technology: New [Read More]

Columns and articles on previously published OJIN topics

Columns and articles on previously published OJIN topics

Three new columns and two articles are posted or on the way this summer in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. The Standardized Nursing Terminologies: A National Survey of Nurses’ Experience and Attitudes – Survey II: Participants, Familiarity and [Read More]

New articles on evolving and emerging nursing roles

New articles on evolving and emerging nursing roles

The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing: OJIN published its newest topic in May: The New Millennium: Evolving and Emerging Nursing Roles. The six new articles in the topic emphasize evolving and emerging aspects of nursing scope, practice settings, roles, and models. [Read More]

Articles on previously published OJIN topics

Articles on previously published OJIN topics

A new informatics column is posted and several new articles are on the way this spring in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. Informatics. Where Is It? By Linda Thede, RhD, RN-BC. This column reviews the progress made related to informatics in health care and [Read More]

A focus on nurse advocacy

A focus on nurse advocacy

The five new articles in the Jan. 31, OJIN topic, Nurse Advocates: Past, Present, and Future emphasize advocacy by nurses and for nurses on individual and professional levels. The Voice of Florence Nightingale on Advocacy By Louise C. Selanders, EdD, RN, FAAN, and Patrick [Read More]

What’s in OJIN ?

What’s in OJIN ?

New articles on ethics, open access, primary care A new ethics column is posted and several new articles are on the way this fall in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. •  Ethics and pain management in hospitalized patients, by Esther Bernhofer, BSN, RN-BC, is [Read More]

What’s in OJIN ?

What’s in OJIN ?

A focus on safety There are five new articles in the Sept. 30, 2011, OJIN topic: Creating a Culture of Safety: The Next Steps. This topic emphasizes concrete steps to consider in the quest to view safety in a context beyond improvement of outcome measurements for any single [Read More]

What’s in OJIN?

What’s in OJIN?

Articles on previously published topics The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing (OJIN) has posted a new legislative column and will post several new articles this summer. They include the following: • Population-Based Health Datasets – Part 1: An Overview Advocating [Read More]

What’s in OJIN?

What’s in OJIN?

The six new articles in the upcoming May 31, OJIN topic, Patient-Centered Care: Challenges and Rewards, emphasize “person-centeredness.” In “An Exploration of Person-Centredness in Practice,” Tanya McCance, DPhil,  RGN,  Brendan McCormack, DPhil, BSC Nursing, [Read More]

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