The organizational context of nursing practice : concepts, evidence, and interventions for improvement / Peter Van Bogaert, Sean Clarke, editors.

Contributor(s): Bogaert, Peter van [editor.] | Clarke, Sean [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319710426; 3319710427Subject(s): Medicine | Nursing services -- Administration | Nursing -- United States -- Psychological aspects | Nursing -- Social aspects -- United States | Medical care -- United States | Nursing | Medical care | Public health | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare | Medical care | Nursing -- Psychological aspects | Nursing services -- Administration | Nursing -- Social aspects | Medical -- Nursing -- Management & Leadership | Medical -- Practice Management & Reimbursement | Medical -- General | Nursing research & theory | Medical administration & management | Health systems & services | Medical -- Nursing -- General | Nursing | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | UK eLD e-books DDC classification: 362.173068 ORG LOC classification: RT89Online resources: Available on Library reading room PCs only. Click here for access.
Contents:
Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Concepts and Evidence; 1: Introduction; 2: Concepts: Organization of Nursing Work and the Psychosocial Experience of Nurses; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Practice Environment: An Empirically Supported Concept; 2.2.1 Early Research Initiatives to Understand and Anticipate Cycles of Nurse Shortages; 2.2.2 Studying Nurse Practice Environments with Adapted Versions of the Nursing Work Index; 2.2.3 Research Insights Regarding Hospital Nurse Practice Environments.
2.2.4 Hospital Nurse Practice Environments and Comorbidity, Failure to Rescue, and Mortality2.2.5 Scientific Framework of ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®; 2.2.6 Practice Environment: A Core Concept in the Organizational Context of Nursing Practice Internationally; 2.3 Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Work Engagement: Cycles of Loss and Gain; 2.3.1 Development of the Burnout Concept and Empirical Findings; 2.3.2 Development of the Concept of Work Engagement and Empirical Findings.
2.3.3 Balancing Effort and Reward and Recognition as Predictors of Compassion Fatigue and Compassion Satisfaction2.3.4 Coping and Prevention of Burnout: What Do We Learn from Intervention Studies; 2.4 Empowerment and Authentic Leadership: To an Adaptive Healthy Work Environment and Productivity; 2.4.1 Development of Empowerment Concept and Empirical Findings; 2.4.2 The Pivotal Role of Authentic Leadership; 2.5 Further Research Initiatives; References.
3: Organizational Predictors and Determinants of Nursesâ#x80;#x99; Reported Outcomes: Evidence from a 10-Year Program of Research3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Measurement Tools; 3.3 Descriptive Analyses of Research Datasets; 3.4 Burnout and Engagement: Mediators Between Organizational Context, Work Characteristics, and Nursesâ#x80;#x99; Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intentions, and Quality of Care; 3.4.1 Study Method; 3.4.2 Retesting Burnout and Engagement Models with Acute Hospital Study Population (One Dataset).
3.5 Work Environment Predicts Work Characteristics and Nurse Reported Outcomes: Multilevel Analyses of Nursing Teams and Institutions3.5.1 Study Method; 3.5.2 Multilevel Models in Acute Hospital Nursing Teams; 3.5.3 Multilevel Models: Data from Nursing Homes; 3.6 Productive Ward Programâ#x84;Ø as Part of a Long-Term Hospital Transformation Process and Changes in the Organizational Context of Nursing Practice: A Longitudinal Multilevel Study; 3.6.1 Intervention and Study Context; 3.6.2 Study Aim and Method; 3.6.3 Study Population and Measures; 3.6.4 Data Analysis.
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Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Concepts and Evidence; 1: Introduction; 2: Concepts: Organization of Nursing Work and the Psychosocial Experience of Nurses; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Practice Environment: An Empirically Supported Concept; 2.2.1 Early Research Initiatives to Understand and Anticipate Cycles of Nurse Shortages; 2.2.2 Studying Nurse Practice Environments with Adapted Versions of the Nursing Work Index; 2.2.3 Research Insights Regarding Hospital Nurse Practice Environments.

2.2.4 Hospital Nurse Practice Environments and Comorbidity, Failure to Rescue, and Mortality2.2.5 Scientific Framework of ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®; 2.2.6 Practice Environment: A Core Concept in the Organizational Context of Nursing Practice Internationally; 2.3 Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Work Engagement: Cycles of Loss and Gain; 2.3.1 Development of the Burnout Concept and Empirical Findings; 2.3.2 Development of the Concept of Work Engagement and Empirical Findings.

2.3.3 Balancing Effort and Reward and Recognition as Predictors of Compassion Fatigue and Compassion Satisfaction2.3.4 Coping and Prevention of Burnout: What Do We Learn from Intervention Studies; 2.4 Empowerment and Authentic Leadership: To an Adaptive Healthy Work Environment and Productivity; 2.4.1 Development of Empowerment Concept and Empirical Findings; 2.4.2 The Pivotal Role of Authentic Leadership; 2.5 Further Research Initiatives; References.

3: Organizational Predictors and Determinants of Nursesâ#x80;#x99; Reported Outcomes: Evidence from a 10-Year Program of Research3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Measurement Tools; 3.3 Descriptive Analyses of Research Datasets; 3.4 Burnout and Engagement: Mediators Between Organizational Context, Work Characteristics, and Nursesâ#x80;#x99; Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intentions, and Quality of Care; 3.4.1 Study Method; 3.4.2 Retesting Burnout and Engagement Models with Acute Hospital Study Population (One Dataset).

3.5 Work Environment Predicts Work Characteristics and Nurse Reported Outcomes: Multilevel Analyses of Nursing Teams and Institutions3.5.1 Study Method; 3.5.2 Multilevel Models in Acute Hospital Nursing Teams; 3.5.3 Multilevel Models: Data from Nursing Homes; 3.6 Productive Ward Programâ#x84;Ø as Part of a Long-Term Hospital Transformation Process and Changes in the Organizational Context of Nursing Practice: A Longitudinal Multilevel Study; 3.6.1 Intervention and Study Context; 3.6.2 Study Aim and Method; 3.6.3 Study Population and Measures; 3.6.4 Data Analysis.

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