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Nurse Scheduling and Patient Safety Outcomes

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Limited attention has been directed towards the work environment in health care settings, and the impact of factors in the work environment that impact nurses’ health and work performance and subsequent patient outcomes. Read More

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Stuck in the Middle: Addressing the Needs of Mid-Career Nurses in Ontario

January 1, 2011 | By |

Limited research has been directed towards the needs of the mid-career nurse. This research addresses the need to develop and implement policies directed towards the recruitment and retention of mid-career nurses in Ontario. Read More

01 Feb

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Nurse Staffing, Interruptions in Nursing Practice, and Patient Safety Outcomes: Exploring the Systems Issues

February 1, 2010 | By |

This study is aimed at understanding the complex processes and interruptions in the nursing work environment that may contribute to patient safety incidents. Read More

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Nurse Staffing, Interruptions in Practice, and Patient Safety Outcomes at the Hospital for Sick Children

January 1, 2010 | By |

This research examines interruptions in pediatric nurses’ work and the systems issues related to interruptions in pediatric nursing work. Read More

01 Jan

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Nurse Staffing, Interruptions in Practice, and Patient Safety Outcomes

January 1, 2010 | By |

This research study is aimed at understanding the complex processes and interruptions in the nursing work environment that may contribute to patient safety incidents. Read More

02 Jan

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Nurse Staffing Models, Resident Outcomes and System Cost Outcomes in Long-Term Care

January 2, 2009 | By |

In phase one, senior nursing and/or human resources personnel in each of the sample sites will be surveyed to determine the nurse staffing models and the level of knowledge and skill of the nursing staff mix employed in each of their facilities, and the individual strategies and efforts employed by their organization to enhance the long-term care knowledge and skill development of the nursing staff. Read More

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An Understanding of Canadian-Trained Nurses in the U.S.

January 1, 2009 | By |

The purpose of phase one of this research is to gain an understanding of the Canadian-trained RNs in the U.S. Phase two aims to identify the basic motivations for emigration of Canadian nurses licensed to work in North Carolina, and to determine their interest in returning to Canada to work. Read More

02 Jan

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Hospital Reports: 2002 and Beyond – Nursing Component

January 2, 2008 | By |

The overall purpose of the Nursing Report project was to introduce and structure a nursing perspective within the Hospital Reports series in Ontario. Read More

01 Jan

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Quality Worklife Indicators for Nursing Practice Environments in Ontario: A Critical Synthesis of the Literature and Pilot Study of the Feasibility of Collecting Indicator Data

January 1, 2008 | By |

The purposes of this research were: (a) to conduct a critical review and analysis of the literature on input or structural variables in work settings that can be considered indicators of the quality of nurse’s work life in health care settings in Ontario, and (b) to conduct a pilot study to determine the feasibility of collecting data related to these indicators. Read More

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The Development and Testing of Quality Work Environments for Nursing

January 2, 2006 | By |

The purpose of this study was to assist nurse executives to develop interventions to enhance the quality of work life for nurses, and, to evaluate the impact of these initiatives on patient, system quality, and nurse outcomes. Read More