Second Generation QSEN, An Issue of Nursing Clinics
This issue of Nursing Clinics of North America, Guest Edited by Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Jane Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN, will focus on Second Generation Work with QSEN, with article topics including: Second Victim; Interprofessional education for QSEN; The Quality Burden; New technologies for teaching quality and safety; Creating Academic/Clinical Partnerships; Incorporating QSEN into Pre-Licensure Programs; Innovative Strategies for Embedding QSEN; Gaining Senior Level Support for QSEN; and Nursing Internships to Promote Quality and Safety.
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Quality and Safety in Home and Ambulatory Settings
Teaching Technology Teamwork
Interprofessional Education in Action
Advancing the Science of Human Patient Simulation
The Role of Constructive Feedback in Patient Safety
The Second Victim of Adverse Health Care Events
The Quality Burden
A Just Culture for Nurses and Nursing Students
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