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Heather M. Young and Rita B. Choula, two of the authors of “Caring for a Person Living with Pain”


AJN senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Heather M. Young and Rita B. Choula about their guest editorial, which discusses nurses’ key role in supporting family caregivers.


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   19m
 
 

Alexa Colgrove Curtis, author of “An Introduction to Qualitative Methods for the Nurse Researcher”


AJN interim editor-in-chief/senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Alexa Colgrove Curtis about her article, which uses real study examples to illustrate the basic principles of qualitative research. This article is the 11th in a series on clinical research by nurses, “Nursing Research, Step by Step.”


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 2022-07-20  10m
 
 

Kathlyn Baharaeen and Sarah Fouquet, two of the authors of “Evaluating the Impact of Smartphones on Nursing Workflow: Lessons Learned”


AJN interim editor-in-chief/senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Kathlyn Baharaeen and Sarah Fouquet about their article, which compares nursing perceptions, satisfaction, task efficiency, and interruptions before and after introducing the use of hospital-issued smartphones in a pediatric ICU and a satellite ED.


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 2022-06-22  9m
 
 

Mary Ann Leavitt, author of “Guideline-Directed Cardiac Devices for Patients with Heart Failure”


AJN interim editor-in-chief/senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Mary Ann Leavitt about her article, which reviews current device therapies for heart failure and uses a composite case to demonstrate how bedside nurses can help patients understand treatment options, potential complications of implantation, and post-op care.


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 2022-05-25  17m
 
 

Alexa Colgrove Curtis, coauthor of “Diagnostic Studies: Measures of Accuracy in Nursing Research”


AJN interim editor-in-chief/senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Alexa Colgrove Curtis about her article, which reviews the use of diagnostic and screening tests and tools in nursing research and clinical practice. This article is the 10th in a series on clinical research by nurses, “Nursing Research, Step by Step.”


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 2022-05-25  9m
 
 

Melanie Barone and Linda Kim, two of the authors of “Effective Holistic Approaches to Reducing Nurse Stress and Burnout During COVID-19”


AJN senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Melanie Barone and Linda Kim about their quality improvement project, which evaluated the use of serenity lounges—dedicated rooms where nurses can take workday breaks to relax and rejuvenate—and massage chairs on nurses’ anxiety, stress, and burnout.


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 2022-04-20  19m
 
 

Elizabeth B. Dowdell and Patricia M. Speck, authors of “Trauma-Informed Care in Nursing Practice”


AJN senior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Elizabeth B. Dowdell and Patricia M. Speck about their article, which presents the six foundational principles of trauma-informed care, using a case study to discuss the application of these core principles in nursing.


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 2022-03-23  25m
 
 

Courtney Keeler, lead author of “Secondary Data in Nursing Research”


AJNeditor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Courtney Keeler about her article, which discusses the alignment of research goals with secondary data sources, explores sources of publicly available secondary data that might be of interest to nurse researchers, and outlines the costs and benefits of using secondary data. This article is the ninth in a series on clinical research by nurses, “Nursing Research, Step by Step.”


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 2022-03-23  18m
 
 

Courtney Keeler, lead author of “Secondary Data in Nursing Research”


AJNeditor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy speaks with Courtney Keeler about her article, which discusses the alignment of research goals with secondary data sources, explores sources of publicly available secondary data that might be of interest to nurse researchers, and outlines the costs and benefits of using secondary data. This article is the ninth in a series on clinical research by nurses, “Nursing Research, Step by Step.”


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 2022-03-23  18m
 
 

Staja Booker, lead author of “Assessing Movement-Evoked Pain”


AJNsenior clinical editor Christine Moffa speaks with Staja Booker about her article, which discusses the importance of assessing pain during movement, especially in postoperative patients; what such an assessment can reveal about the intensity, impact on patient functioning, and tolerability of pain; and protocols and tools for completing these assessments


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 2022-02-24  11m