Journal of Nursing Measurement

Journal of Nursing Measurement is an academic medical journal focusing on Nursing Measurement

Articles from Vol. 18, No. 2, 2010

Development and Testing of Nurses Information Systems Use Instrument
Information systems provide nurses with a variety of resources to facilitate their work. Nurses' use of information systems changes the way they collect assessment data, and plan and implement patient care. However, a reliable and valid instrument for...
Development of the Huntington Disease Family Concerns and Strategies Survey from Focus Group Data
Health concerns and management strategies among families of young and middle-age adults with Huntington's disease (HD) are unknown. This study developed and tested psychometric properties of the Huntington Disease Family Concerns and Strategies Survey...
Factor Analysis of the Transcultural Self-Efficacy Tool (TSET)
The factor structure of the Transcultural Self-Efficacy Tool (TSET) was analyzed using data from 272 culturally diverse undergraduate nursing students. The TSET is a questionnaire designed to measure students' confidence for performing general transcultural...
Measuring Perceived Mutuality in Women with Eating Disorders: The Development of the Connection-Disconnection Scale
This article describes the development and psychometric testing of the Connection- Disconnection Scale (CDS), the only self-report measure designed to assess perceived mutuality experienced in close relationships by women with eating disorders. Item...
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