The articles in this issue of Nursing Administration Quarterly are relevant to Magnet hospitals, nursing shortage issues including faculty, and evidence based practice.  The book reviews are helpful for those supporting nursing management.  Free access through the weekend...

Note that CEU articles in Nursing Center are always free access.

Hope this helps - Peg
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The following is the featured journal of the month at Nursing Center:
(See middle column)
Nursing Administration Quarterly - April/June 2007

When a journal is "featured," this means that it is fully accessible, so  
you can download pdfs of the articles or print the html version. However,  
it is only available for open access until July 15, so if you are  
interested, check it soon. I am not sure if you have to register, but it  
is free and not difficult. If you are a subscriber to any LWW journals,  
you may have already registered. Many of the articles in this issue are  
relevant to educators. This website has one of their journals available  
for open access every month, so it is worth checking regularly.

Barbara Acello

I am pasting the TOC below.

A Conceptual Model for Growing Evidence-based Practice
Amy Vratny MSN, RN,  Deb Shriver MSN, RN
Assessing the Quality of Nursing Work Life
Beth A. Brooks PhD, RN, FACHE,  Judy Storfjell PhD, RN, et al.
Beyond Caring
Rita Meadows MSN, FNP, APRN, BC
Burdensome Situations in Everyday Nursing: An Explorative Qualitative  
Action Research on a Medical Ward
Maya Shaha PhD, RN,  Franziska Rabenschlag MPH, RN
Confronting the Perfect Storm: A Challenge to Nurse Leaders
Kathleen Sanford DBA, RN, FACHE
Evidence and Root Causes of an Inadequate Pipeline for Nursing Faculty
Brenda Cleary PhD, RN, FAAN,  James W. Bevill MSN, RN, et al.
HIT Plants SEEDS in Healthcare Education
Helen Connors PhD, RN, FAAN,  Judith Warren PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI, et al.
Key Forecasts Shaping Nursing's Perfect Storm
Patricia S. Yoder-Wise EdD, RN, CNAA-BC, FAAN
Roundup: Perspectives on a Perfect Storm
Roy L. Simpson RN, C, CMAC, FNAP, FAAN,  Linda Burnes Bolton DrPH, RN, FAAN
Sleepy Nurses: Are We Willing to Accept the Challenge Today?
Salim Surani MD, MPH, FACP, FCCP, FAASM,  Jane Murphy MSc, RN, CNAA BC, et  
The Coaching Process: An Effective Tool for Professional Development
Karren Kowalski PhD, RN, CNAA, BC, FAAN,  Colleen Casper MS, RN
The Perfect Storm: Managed Care, Aging Adults, and a Nursing Shortage
Leah L. Curtin MS, MA, ScD(h), FAAN

Book Review: Books for Nursing Administrators: Beyond Leading and  
Managing…Nursing Administration for the Future
Elizabeth (Betty) Falter MS, RN, CNAA, BC
Book Review: Books for Nursing Administrators: From Silence to Voice…What  
Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public
Elizabeth (Betty) Falter MS, RN, CNAA, BC
Book Review: Books for Nursing Administrators: Nursing  
Management…Principles and Practice
Elizabeth (Betty) Falter MS, RN, CNAA, BC
 From the Editor: The Perfect Storm: Ratios, Retirement, and Entry Into  
Barbara J. Brown EdD, RN, CNAA, FAAN, FNAP
Guest Editorial: What Noah Knew: Why Nursing Must Master the Art of  
(Professional) Ark Building
Linda Burnes Bolton DrPH, RN, FAAN,  Roy L. Simpson RN, C, CMAC, FNAP, FAAN
Regulatory Issues Column: Understanding Delegation Is a Critical  
Competency for Nurses in the New Millennium
Randall Hudspeth MS, APRN, CNS/NP
Research Abstract: A Model for Determining Staffing Levels for Acute-care  
Theresa L. Carroll PhD, RN, Editor

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