A Commentary on Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) and SBNH Leadership
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Implementing Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare: A Decade of Leadership and Learning in a Canadian Pediatric Rehabilitation Setting
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The nursing context in pediatric rehabilitation is that of caring for children with disabilities and complex developmental differences and health conditions in an ever-changing and demanding environment. Rehabilitation nurses aim to continuously advance nursing leadership, practice, education and research to meet service needs. Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) is a philosophy and value-driven approach that aligns with and enables the advancement of strengths-based rehabilitation nursing and family-centred care. This paper describes the leadership approach undertaken to implement S ..read more
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Integrating Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare in Pediatric Nursing Education: A Case Study of the Ghana–SickKids Partnership
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There is growing recognition of the critical role nursing leadership plays in healthcare. Integrating strengths-based approaches into nursing education enables positive learning settings and empowers nurses as leaders who foster healing and well-being for patients and their families. This paper describes an effort to integrate Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) and Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership (SBNH-L) into the development, implementation and evaluation of a postgraduate pediatric nursing program in Ghana. In the evaluation of the program in Ghana, three themes ..read more
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Introducing a “Made-for-Healthcare” Leadership Approach: Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
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Empowering Nursing Students to Adopt and Embody Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare
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This paper presents an international academic partnership in teaching and research with two case studies. The cases explore the integration of Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) and SBNH-Leadership (SBNH-L) in nursing science programs. SBNH values and foundations were integrated within an undergraduate-level community health course in Canada and SBNH-L was introduced into a graduate-level program in Brazil. Both cases comprise active learning activities promoting the uptake of the values and foundations of SBNH and the capacity to identify strengths and innate capacities. This paper ..read more
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Talking About Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership: What Canadian Nurse Leaders Have to Say
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Nursing leadership is essential to improving nurse retention, their well-being, the quality of nursing care and patient safety. As healthcare leaders become increasingly aware of Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership (SBNH-L), we dialogued with Canadian nurse leaders to understand their views on this leadership approach. Five senior nursing leaders representing practice, academic and health policy contexts were interviewed. Five themes emerged: connections, opportunities for growth, humanism, optimism and hope for the future. Leaders shared that SBNH-L is a valuable, timely leaders ..read more
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Cultivating Strengths-Based Leadership Capabilities: The Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Capabilities Framework
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As we recover from the global pandemic, leadership is essential to help stabilize workforces, inspire nurses and re-construct health systems to enable nurses to provide humanistic care. This paper outlines a philosophy and value-driven leadership approach with its associated leadership capabilities framework. The Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) Leadership (SBNH-L) Capabilities Framework is designed to help leaders translate SBNH-L values into action. We outline steps to enable a leader to embody an SBNH leadership style and discuss how the SBNH-L Capabilities Framework can facili ..read more
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Research and Future Challenges for Disseminating Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare in Japan
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Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) has garnered attention in the field of psychiatric nursing in Japan, yet its adoption in other nursing sectors remains limited. Japan is currently facing the formidable challenge of a rapidly aging population and growing demand for healthcare and welfare services. To address these issues, a shift from hospital-based care to comprehensive community care is underway, underscoring the importance of nurses in community settings, where focusing on client strengths is essential. Therefore, this paper aims to present research and practical examples to adv ..read more
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Implementing Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Values to Promote Equitable, Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces: A Guide for Healthcare Leaders
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Inequities in healthcare persist despite equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) being embedded in the nursing code of ethics (CNA 2017). Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership (SBNH-L) is “a unique, value-driven, embodied approach that guides leaders and managers to create equitable and safe workplace cultures and environments that honour, develop, mobilize and capitalize on the strengths of individuals and their team” (Gottlieb et al. 2021a: 173) that can be used as a framework to promote EDI in the workplace. Herein, we present concrete suggestions for focusing ..read more
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Moving Beyond Ignorance and Epistemic Violence: Indigenous Health Nurses’ Response to Systems Transformation*
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Health inequity among Indigenous populations continues to widen despite advances in Indigenous health research. Under Canada's esteemed universal healthcare system, Indigenous populations continue to experience much poorer health outcomes due to the intersectional legacies of colonialism and racism. In this commentary, we reflect on structural, systemic and service delivery racism at all levels of care, which are deeply embedded in historical, political, institutional and socioeconomic policies and practices that continue to perpetuate harm and genocide of Indigenous Peoples. We call for immed ..read more
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