Kelley Kilpatrick

Kelley Kilpatrick
McGill University | McGill · Ingram School of Nursing

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Major hospital transformations, hospital projects that combine construction and quality improvement dimensions, are booming around the globe. These costly endeavours have the potential to revolutionize healthcare, yet no known review explores this phenomenon, undermining accessibility of knowledge for healthcare leaders. In order to provide guidanc...
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Aim With the intent of providing insights for healthcare managers, this study explored pediatric intensive care unit nurses’ lived experience of professional identity in the context of organizational change. Background While professional identity improves retention of nurses and the provision of quality care, outcomes of importance for managers, o...
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Interpretive phenomenology presents a unique methodology for inquiring into lived experience, yet few scholarly articles provide methodological guidelines for researchers, and many studies lack coherence with the methodology’s philosophical foundations. This article contributes to filling these gaps in qualitative research by examining the followin...
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Background: Family-centred care is the dominant model for providing nursing care in paediatrics. Unit layout has been shown to impact nurses' ability to provide family-centred care. Little is known about the meanings and experiences of paediatric intensive care unit nurses concerning the care they provide to families within their unique physical s...
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Introduction. Dans un contexte de changement organisationnel, le leadership transformationnel est à privilégier pour la gestion des soins infirmiers. À cet effet, les infirmières gestionnaires relatent un besoin de soutien dans l’utilisation de ce leadership.Objectif. Cette étude a exploré, dans un contexte de changement organisationnel, les moyens...
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Aim To report the development and psychometric evaluation of a scale to measure rural and remote (rural/remote) nurses' perceptions of the engagement of their workplaces in key dimensions of primary health care (PHC). Amidst ongoing PHC reforms, a comprehensive instrument is needed to evaluate the degree to which rural/remote health care settings a...
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Role clarity is a crucial issue for effective interprofessional collaboration. Poorly defined roles can become a source of conflict in clinical teams and reduce the effectiveness of care and services delivered to the population. Our objective in this paper is to outline processes for clarifying professional roles when a new role is introduced into...
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Background: Many studies have examined the effectiveness of nurse practitioners (NPs) and clinical nurse specialists (CNSs). The lack of clear role definitions and inconsistent educational preparation for these roles limit the generalizability of research findings across countries. Objective: The review is to evaluate and synthesize systematic revi...

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