Nursing, Nurse Leaders, COVID-19
The purpose of this article is to share gaps in knowledge and research related to pandemic management identified by nurse leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of a larger Delphi study, nurse leaders responded to an open-ended question about gaps in research they saw as important following the pandemic. Responses were analyzed using directed content analysis. Results are presented as 4 supercategories: Organizational leadership preparedness, adaptive leadership in crisis, innovations in care delivery, and health, well-being, and resilience.
Original Publication Citation
Hand, M., Alexander, C., Lyman, B., Parchment, J., Joseph, M. L. Chipps, E. (2021). Filling the knowledge gap for nurse leaders: Next steps following COVID-19. Nurse Leader. 19(6), 616-621 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mnl.2021.07.005
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hand, Mikel W.; Alexander, Catherine; Lyman, Bret; Parchment, Joy; Joseph, M Lindell; and Chipps, Esther, "Filling the Knowledge Gap for Nurse Leaders: Next Steps Following COVID-19" (2021). Faculty Publications. 6749.
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