Published in the June issue of the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, the study looked at acute care hospitals to determine the relationship between characteristics of the nursing practice environment, nurse staffing levels and ways nurses intercept medication errors on the rates of medication errors.
What does JNS stand for?
JNS stands for Journal of Nursing Scholarship (Wiley)
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We have 26 other meanings of JNS in our Acronym Attic
- Japan National Railway Settlement Corporation
- Journal of Nephrology and Renal Transplantation
- Jennings Northwest Regional Utilities (Indiana)
- Journal of the National Religious Vocation Conference (Horizon)
- Jet Needle, Straight Section (carburetor fuel metering rod)
- Jewish News Service (business resource)
- Journal of Namibian Studies
- Journal of Neoplatonic Studies
- Journal of Neurological Sciences
- Journal of Neurosurgery
- Jump If No Sign
- Justification for New Start
- Narssaq, Greenland (Airport Code)
- Japan National Student Association (now JNSA Fund)
- Japan Network Security Association
- Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology (Society of Neurosurgical Anesthesia and Critical Care)
- Johnson Near Space Center (Kansas)
- JTIDS Network Support Cell
- Juneau Nordic Ski Club (Juneau, AK)
- Journal of Nurses in Staff Development
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For further information on this topic, I refer readers to an article published with colleagues in the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, which reviews parenting in nursing research.
IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 78(2), 53-57.
Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 24(2), 141-147.
Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 29(3), 249-254.
IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 22(4), 248-251.
A recent study reported in The Journal of Nursing Scholarship (Campbell, Merwin, & Yan, 2009) reflected the findings of numerous other studies which have shown that the rural communities are the least likely to have a Medicare-certified hospice facility.
IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 21(1), 23-25.