We are very happy to be able to announce a new publication:
Coetzee M, Leonard A, Bonaconsa C, Power N, North N. (2020). Developing children’s nursing care outcome statements in Africa using World Café methods. International Nursing Review. https://doi.org/10.1111/inr.12621
Thank you to everyone who participated in the workshop at the Building Children’s Nursing conference in 2019, and especially those who provided feedback on the draft care statements. The article is fully open access and available to read with no paywall.
Key points: Nursing metrics must be sensitive to the context-specific nature of nursing and should reflect the work that nurses really do. This short communication reports on the process of developing statements of nursing care outcomes and actions specific to the work of children’s nurses in African care settings including through a workshop at the Building Children’s Nursing conference (2019), using the World Café method and the Nightingale Metrics approach.
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