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  • A Grounded Theory Study to Understand Nurse and Resident Physician Communication Dynamics 

    Forbes, Thompson H., III (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
    Communication between nurses and physicians frequently occurs in the delivery of care to patients in the acute healthcare setting. In an environment where a person's life and well-being depends upon accurate communication, ...
  • An Exploration of Heart Failure Readmission in Eastern North Carolina 

    Rochin, Elizabeth (East Carolina University, 2016-07-27)
    The purpose of this study is to identify and associate the level of patient activation and presence of comorbidities with early readmission, hospital discharge disposition, length of stay, number of admissions and all-cause ...
  • FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH NEW GRADUATE NURSE WORK SATISFACTION AND TURNOVER INTENTION 

    Weir, Ashleigh Ella-Dawn (East Carolina University, 2018-12-06)
    The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship of personal (psychological capital), situational (structural empowerment, leader empowerment and support, and unit characteristics: job demands, job resources, and ...
  • Leader-Member Relationships and Patient Safety Culture 

    Anderson, Albert D, Jr (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
    Patient safety culture has been a national objective for years. Many different interventions have been explored in hopes of improvement, but reported statistics suggest that this issue has yet to be solved. The purpose of ...
  • Patient Safety Culture: Nurse Manager Safety Rounding and Influencing Characteristics 

    Anderson, Teresa Bowman (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
    In response to the growing awareness of multifaceted influences on patient safety culture, hospitals have employed a litany of tactics to reduce harmful events. The literature endorses executive safety rounding as being ...
  • Role Conception in New Graduate Nurses: A Secondary Analysis 

    Purser Medina, Amy Renae (East Carolina University, 2017-05-03)
    Background: The new graduate transition to practice process affects retention, competency development, healthcare costs, quality, and assimilation into the profession. During the transition, new graduate nurses compare the ...