New OJIN Topic Published - The New Millennium: Evolving and Emerging Nursing Roles

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06/06/12
The 6 new articles in the May 31, 2012 OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing topic, The New Millennium: Evolving and Emerging Nursing Roles emphasize evolving and emerging aspects of nursing scope, practice settings, roles, and models.

"Evolving Public Health Nursing Roles: Focus on Community Participatory Health Promotion and Prevention" focuses on the unique knowledge needed by those nurses working in the community, public health specifically, and the partnerships needed to effect care and treatment. 

"Transformacion Para Salud: A Patient Navigation Model for Chronic Disease Self Management" provide a chronic illness patient navigation model that is encapsulated into a transformation for health conceptual framework.

"Primary Care Nursing Roles and Care Coordination: An Observational Study of Nursing Work in a Community Health Center" further redefine community care through a redesign of the primary care system emphasizing the Patient Centered Medical Home concept.

"Transitions in Dementia Care: Theoretical Support for Nursing Roles" explored the transitions in care concept with older patients diagnosed with dementia.

"Rising to the Challenge of Health Care Reforms With Entrepreneurial and Intrapreneurial Nursing Initiatives" challenges us to look at the entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial roles of nurses in the health care reform era that we currently live in.

"When the Business of Nursing was the Nursing Business: the Private Duty Registry System, 1900-1935" reflects on the private duty registry system.

ANA members have the first opportunity to access the most recent OJIN topic. When each new topic is posted, the previous topic becomes available to all viewers. This topic will be available after September 30, 2012

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