Nursing Plus Newsletter: Fourth Quarter


This quarter in the Nursing Plus Newsletter, the Elsevier nursing journals team is pleased to present a selection of open access articles, as well as complimentary access to a selection of hot topic articles for a limited time.

Open Access Selections

Emergent Bleeding in Patients Receiving Direct Oral Anticoagulants
Air Medical Journal

Coping with Violence in Mental Health Care Settings: Patient and Staff Member Perspectives on De-escalation Practices
Archives of Psychiatric Nursing

Preparing for Organizational Change in Home Health Care With Simulation-Based Training
Clinical Simulation in Nursing

Sickle cell disease among children in Africa: An integrative literature review and global recommendations
International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences

Building Trust and Relationships Between Patients and Providers: An Essential Complement to Health Literacy in HIV Care
Journal of the Association for Nurses in AIDS Care

Oral Health in Pregnancy
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing

Transforming NICU Care to Provide Comprehensive Family Support
Newborn & Infant Nursing Reviews

Assessing the quality of economic evaluations of clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners: A systematic review of cost-effectiveness
NursingPlus Open

The Impact of Caregiving on the Psychological Well-Being of Family Caregivers and Cancer Patients
Seminars in Oncology Nursing

Hot Articles Selections

Big Data and Perioperative Nursing
AORN Journal

Navigating diversity with nursing students through difficult dialogues: A qualitative study
International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences

Summary of Evidence-Based Practices for Bloodstream Infection Prevention Across the Health Care Continuum of Care for Vascular Access Clinicians: Addressing the 3 Common Sources of Health Care-Associated Infection Transmission
Journal of the Association for Vascular Access

Transforming veterans health care through academic-practice partnerships
Nursing Outlook

The enemy within: Power and politics in the transition to nurse practitioner
NursingPlus Open