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Title: What's in this issue : volume 22 : issue 4
Authors: Scholes, Julie
Trapani, Josef
Keywords: Intensive care nursing
Families of the terminally ill
Critically ill -- Care
Sleep disorders -- Risk assessment
Nursing -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Wiley
Citation: Scholes, J., & Trapani, J. (2017). What's in this Issue. Nursing in Critical Care, 22(4), 191-192.
Abstract: This issue covers the importance of sleep in the intensive care unit (ICU) and the other papers relate in some way to the families of critically ill patients. The papers convey research conducted in various settings and countries and draw upon a range of methodologies and methods to evidence the key findings to address the research questions. When examining these aspects of critical care practice, it is evident how important it is for all of us to remain committed to critical care practice and to experience strong leadership, especially in challenging times. The editorial explores how we can purposefully engage in succession planning to ensure we spot talent and nurture potential to ensure key positions will remain filled by competent, compassionate, critical care nurses. The argument is made that succession planning should not focus solely on senior management positions but also on posts that are pivotal in shaping high quality, effective care that is sustainable throughout dynamic and changing times.
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