Magnet Hospitals Revisited : Attraction and Retention of Professional Nurses

Magnet Hospitals Revisited : Attraction and Retention of Professional Nurses

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Foreword xi
Acknowledgments xiii
About the Authors xv
Magnet Hospitals: Attraction and Retention of 1 (24)
Professional Nurses (The Original Study)
Margaret L. McClure
Muriel A. Poulin
Margaret D. Sovie
Mabel A. Wandelt
The Problem 2 (1)
Methodology 3 (5)
Selection of Magnet Hospitals 3 (1)
Sample Characteristics 4 (1)
The Interviews 5 (2)
Definition of Terms 7 (1)
Limitations of the Study 7 (1)
Summary and Analysis of Findings 8 (11)
Administration 8 (1)
Management Style 9 (1)
Quality of Leadership 10 (1)
Organizational Structure 11 (1)
Staffing 12 (1)
Personnel Policies 13 (1)
Work Schedules 13 (1)
Promotion Opportunities 13 (1)
Professional Practice 14 (1)
Quality of Patient Care 14 (1)
Professional Practice Models 14 (1)
Autonomy 15 (1)
Consultation and Resources 16 (1)
Teaching 16 (1)
Image of Nursing 16 (1)
Professional Development 17 (1)
Orientation 17 (1)
Inservice and Continuing Education 18 (1)
Formal Education 18 (1)
Career Development 18 (1)
Change Is Possible 19 (1)
Discussion 19 (6)
Difference in Perspective: Similarities 20 (1)
in Values
Role Definitions 21 (1)
Concept of Power 22 (3)
Staff Nurses Identify Essentials of Magnetism 25 (36)
Marlene Kramer
Claudia Schmalenberg
The 2001 Study 26 (3)
Essentials of Magnetism 29 (24)
Working with Nurses Who Are Clinically 29 (2)
Competent
Good Nurse-Physician Relationships 31 (3)
Nurse Autonomy and Accountability 34 (4)
Supportive Nurse Manager-Supervisor 38 (3)
Control over Nursing Practice and 41 (2)
Practice Environment
Support for Education 43 (2)
Adequate Nurse Staffing 45 (6)
Concern for the Patient Is Paramount 51 (1)
Overview of Culture 52 (1)
Conclusions and Recommendations 53 (2)
Summary 55 (6)
Superior Outcomes for Magnet Hospitals: The 61 (22)
Evidence Base
Linda H. Aiken
Conceptual Framework 62 (1)
Research Strategies 63 (1)
Research Approach and Measures 64 (2)
Magnet Hospitals: Evidence of Improved 66 (5)
Nurse Satisfaction, Retention, and Safety
Burnout 66 (1)
Nurse Turnover 67 (2)
Nurse Safety 69 (1)
ANCC Magnet Evaluation 69 (1)
Job Satisfaction and Nurse-Assessed 70 (1)
Quality of Care
Negative Impact of Restructuring 71 (1)
Better Patient Outcomes in Magnet Hospitals 71 (2)
Hospital Mortality Rates 72 (1)
Patient Satisfaction 73 (1)
Do Magnet Hospitals Cost More? 73 (1)
International Research 74 (3)
Conclusion 77 (6)
Building Magnetism into Health Organizations 83 (20)
Ada Sue Hinshaw
Why Develop Magnet Characteristics in a 84 (1)
Hospital?
Comparison of Magnet Hospital 85 (3)
Characteristics Across Studies
The Original Magnet Hospital Study 86 (1)
The Kramer and Schmalenberg Studies 86 (1)
The Aiken Studies 86 (2)
Strategies for Building Magnetism 88 (12)
Nurse Staffing 89 (1)
Strategies for Enhancing Nurse-Patient 90 (2)
Ratios
Defining Autonomy and Control over 92 (1)
Nursing Practice
Clinical Autonomy 93 (1)
Strategies for Enhancing Autonomy 93 (1)
Control Over Nursing Practice 94 (1)
Strategies to Facilitate Control Over 94 (1)
Nursing Practice
Nurse-Physician Relationships 95 (1)
Strategies for Promoting Nurse-Physician 96 (1)
Relationships
Educational Support and Professional 97 (1)
Development
Strategies for Supporting Education and 97 (1)
Professional Development
Organizational and Administrative Support 98 (1)
Strategies for Developing Organizational 99 (1)
and Administrative Support
Conclusion 100 (3)
The ANCC Magnet Recognition Program: 103 (14)
Converting Research Findings into Action
Linda D. Urden
Kammie Monarch
ANCC and the Development of the Magnet 103 (3)
Recognition Program
Development of the American Nurses 103 (1)
Credentialing Center
The Magnet Recognition Program 104 (1)
The Magnet Commission 104 (1)
Appraiser Selection and Training 105 (1)
Key Aspects of the Recognition Program 106 (2)
Forces of Magnetism 106 (2)
Magnet Program Standards 108 (1)
Obtaining Magnet Recognition: The Process 108 (4)
Organizational Commitment to Seek Magnet 108 (1)
Designation
Magnet Application and Designation Process 109 (1)
Assessment and Application 109 (1)
Documentation Review 110 (1)
Site Visit 110 (1)
Review and Decision 111 (1)
Magnet Recognition Program Outcomes 112 (2)
The Research Evidence 113 (1)
The Anecdotal Evidence 113 (1)
Summary 114 (3)
The Future of Magnet Hospitals 117 (12)
Margaret L. McClure
Ada Sue Hinshaw
Lessons Learned 117 (4)
Magnet Hospitals Involve Enlightened 117 (1)
Administration
Magnet Status Is Not Permanent 118 (1)
Magnet Hospitals Successfully Recruit and 119 (1)
Retain All Employees
Magnet Hospital Designation Brings 120 (1)
Business Benefits
Conceptual Issues 121 (3)
The Meaning of Magnet Designation 121 (1)
The Validity of Magnet Hospital 122 (1)
Designation
Global Opportunities and Challenges 123 (1)
Research Agenda 124 (2)
Cost-Benefit Studies 124 (1)
Magnet Hospital Characteristics 125 (1)
Summary 126 (3)
Index 129

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Acknowledgments iii

Preface vi

Neuroscience Nursing Scope of Practice 1 (6)

Practice Characteristics 1 (2)

Practice Environment, Education, 3 (1)

Certification, and Roles

Future Considerations 4 (3)

Standards of Neuroscience Nursing Practice 7 (4)

Definition and Role of Standards 7 (1)

Development of Standards 7 (1)

Standards of Care 8 (1)

Standards of Professional Performance 8 (1)

Measurement Criteria 9 (2)

Standards of Care of Neuroscience Nursing 11 (4)

Practice

Standard I. Assessment 11 (1)

Standard II. Diagnosis 11 (1)

Standard III. Outcome Identification 12 (1)

Standard IV. Planning 12 (1)

Standard V. Implementation 13 (1)

Standard VI. Evaluation 14 (1)

Standards of Professional Performance of 15 (6)

Neuroscience Nursing Practice

Standard I. Quality of Care 15 (1)

Standard II. Performance Appraisal 16 (1)

Standard III. Education 16 (1)

Standard IV. Collegiality 17 (1)

Standard V. Ethics 17 (1)

Standard VI. Collaboration 18 (1)

Standard VII. Research 18 (1)

Standard VIII. Resource Utilization 19 (2)

References 21