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Recent Research

Denker, A.L., Sherman, R.O., Hutton-Woodland, M., Brunell, M.L.& Medina, P. (2015). Florida nurse leader survey findings: Key leadership competencies,barriers to leadership and succession planning needs. Journal of Nursing Administration. 45(7/8), 404-410.

 

Dyess, S.M., Sherman, R.O., Pratt, B. & Chang-Hanisko, L. (January, 2016).  Growing Nurse Leaders: Their Perspectives on Nursing Leadership and Today’s  Practice Environment.  Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. Vol. 21 No. 1

 

Fray, B. & Sherman, R.O. (2017).  Best practices for nurse leaders: Successionplanning. Professional Case Management. 22(2), 88-94.

 

Longo, J., Cassidy, L., & Sherman, R.O.  (2016). Charge nurse experiences withhorizontal violence: Implications for leadership development. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing. 47(11), 493-499.

 

Prestia, A.S. & Sherman, R.O. & Demezier, C (2017). Chief Nursing Officer Experiences with Moral Distress. Journal of Nursing Administration. 47(2), 101-107.

 

Sherman, R.O. & Touhy, T. (2017). An Exploratory Descriptive Study to Evaluate Florida Nurse Leader Challenges and Opportunities in Nursing Homes Settings.  Sage Open Nursing. 3: 1-7.

 

*Sherman, R.O., Saifman, H., Schwartz, B & Schwartz, C. (2015) Factors that leadGeneration Y nurses to accept or reject nursing leadership roles.  NursePlus  Open. 1(1), 5-10.            http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352900815000035