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Lewis L, ed. J Nurs Adm. 2014;44(suppl 10):S1-S53.
The Magnet Hospital Program recognizes hospitals with a track record of maintaining an excellent work environment for nurses. Articles in this special issue highlight organizational elements that contribute to patient safety, including committed leadership, continuous quality improvement, and the link between patient assessments of care and safety culture.
Journal Article > Study
Kurtzman ET, O'Leary D, Sheingold BH, Devers KJ, Dawson EM, Johnson JE. Health Aff (Millwood). 2011;30:211-218.
Journal Article > Commentary
Easter K, Tamburri LM. Crit Care Nurse. 2018;38:58-66.
Public reporting of safety and quality deficits is a key component of health care transparency. This commentary introduces terminology, tools, and skill development tactics to enhance nurses' use and application of outcome data to address problems. Plan-do-study-act cycles illustrate evaluation and quality improvement actions nurses can use on the front line to test and refine improvements.