Two new articles have been posted in OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing
! New to the Partnerships and Collaboration: What Skills Are Needed?
topic is an article by Broscious, Darby, and Loftin
that describes challenges encountered by an interdisciplinary research team representing faculty from three non-research-focused universities as they sought to conduct research in addition to their teaching responsibilities.
Go to: A Collaboration Challenge: Interdisciplinary Clinical Research by Faculty in Non-Research-Focused Colleges and Universities
In a new article added to the ever popular Nursing Shortage: Is This Cycle Different? topic, author Emerson Ea discusses strategies health care agencies can implement to facilitate a smooth transition and successful acculturation of foreign-educated nurses into the U.S. health care system and mainstream society.
Go to: Facilitating Acculturation of Foreign-Educated Nurses
The journal editors invite you to share your response to all OJIN topics. We welcome submission of manuscripts and letters to the editor for additional discussion about the growing importance of nurses!