2019 CONFERENCE ANNOUNCED
The King International Nursing Group is pleased to announce their 2019 conference: Nursing Theories: Moving Forward Through Collaboration, Application and Innovation. The conference will be held in Washington, D. C. (location to be determined) November 14 & 15, 2019, just prior to the Sigma Theta Tau International annual conference. For this conference, the K.I.N.G. is honored to be working with several individuals and nursing theory groups (Orem, Roy and others) to plan a conference that will include presentations from nurses' applications of a variety of nursing theories to various practice settings and populations. When available, the call for abstracts will be posted here. For additional information, please contact Dr. Louanne Friend at email@example.com.
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Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 5:25 AM
Subject: How to Survive Bullies
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How to Survive Bullies during
Your Early Years as an RN
This live, free and interactive webinar is specifically designed for RNs who have been practicing for five or fewer years. This is a time when you may feel you do not have the skills, experience and power to recognize and effectively deal with bullies in the clinical area. It doesn't have to be that way.
April 26, 2018 from 1 to 2:30 pm ET
Register now – Attendance is FREE
This webinar will help you to:
- Recognize the common causes of bullying among nurses
- Spot the tactics a bully uses – it is not all in your head!
- Set limits: Deciding for yourself what is acceptable and what is not
- Open a dialog with the bully: How to bring courage and calmness to the situation
- Confront the bully: The best way to call-out the behavior
- Know when and how to escalate your concerns to your manager
- Thrive in spite of a challenging work environment: Taking care of yourself
Speaker: Kristy Chunta, PhD, RN, ACNS, BC is a professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has been a nurse educator for over 10 years, teaching undergraduate senior clinical, master's, and doctoral level courses.
Who should attend: RNs who have been practicing for five or fewer years.
Additional information: Individual registration required. Register no later than April 25, 2018 at 1 pm to receive 24/7 access to this webinar – so even if you can't attend the live webinar, you can still benefit from this information. A link will be emailed to all registrants the day after the webinar so you can view the webinar at your convenience. This program is informational only; no contact hours will be awarded.
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Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 4:27 PM
Omaha System Basic Workshops
Omaha System Basic Workshops are designed to give interprofessional novices and experts an opportunity to practice with case studies in an informal setting. Participants will be actively engaged in developing skills useful for practice, education, research, and software settings. The following dates and sites are also listed on Links (www.omahasystem.org/links.html ). To receive a flier, please call me (number is below) or send an email directly (email@example.com ).
- April 3, 2018: Delaware General Health District, Lewis Center, Ohio (North of Columbus on US 23)
- April 9, 2018: Tri-County Health Department, Greenwood Village, Colorado
- April 26, 2018: Juneau County Health Department, Mauston, Wisconsin
- April 27, 2018: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Nursing, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- May 15, 2018: St. Louis County Public Health & Human Services, Duluth, Minnesota
- May 16, 2018: Sherburne County Public Health Department, Becker, Minnesota
- May 17, 2018: Saint Paul-Ramsey County Public Health Department, Maplewood, Minnesota
- May 18, 2018: Franklin County Public Health, Hampton, Iowa
Karen S. Martin, RN, MSN, FAAN
Health Care Consultant
5711 N. 167th Ave. Circle
Omaha, NE 68116
MEMBERSHIP IS COST EFFECTIVE
Now that you have visited this website, take a moment to consider joining. Membership in the King International Nursing Group is very cost effective, especially for students (only $15 for a year), and you can pay by credit card on this site. Keep in mind that the organization has not raised dues since we started in 2009.
Since the K.I.N.G. has international members, the newsletters are also published in Japanese, Spanish and Turkish. Being a member also gets you access to several publications that are out of print through the Documents section as well as access to experts who can answer your King questions through the blogs (both public and members only). Also, keep in mind that, if you itemize on your taxes, dues are tax deductible.
Regular Member Annual Membership - $35.00; Life Time Membership - $350.00
Student Member Annual Membership - $15.00
Retiree Member Annual Membership - $15.00
Organization Annual Membership - $100.00 (entitles the organization to two 'memberships')
Questions: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
LA MEMBRESÍA TIENE UN COSTO EFECTIVO
Ahora que ha visitado este sitio web, tómese un momento para considerar unirse. La membresía en King International Nursing Group es muy rentable, especialmente para estudiantes (solo $ 15 por año), y puede pagar con tarjeta de crédito en este sitio. Tenga en cuenta que la organización no ha aumentado las cuotas desde que comenzamos en 2009.
Desde el K.I.N.G. tiene miembros internacionales, los boletines también se publican en japonés, español y turco. Ser miembro también le permite acceder a varias publicaciones que están agotadas en la sección Documentos, así como a expertos que pueden responder sus preguntas sobre King a través de los blogs (tanto públicos como miembros). Además, tenga en cuenta que, si detalla sus impuestos, las cuotas son deducibles de impuestos.
Las cuotas de afiliación:
Membresía anual para miembros regulares: $ 35.00; Membresía de por vida - $ 350.00
Membresía anual de miembro estudiante - $ 15.00
Membresía anual para miembros jubilados: $ 15.00
Membresía anual de la organización: $ 100.00 (le da derecho a la organización a dos 'membresías')
Preguntas: contacte a email@example.com
ÜYELIK ETKILI MALIYET
Artik bu web sitesini ziyaret ettiniz, katilmayi düsünmek için biraz vakit ayirin. Kral Uluslararasi Hemsirelik Grubu üyeligi, özellikle ögrenciler için (yalnizca bir yil için 15 ABD dolari) çok uygun maliyetlidir ve bu sitede kredi karti ile ödeme yapabilirsiniz. 2009'da basladigimizdan beri kurulusun aidatlari yükseltmedigini unutmayin.
K.I.N.G. uluslararasi üyelere sahipken, bültenler Japonca, Ispanyolca ve Türkçe olarak da yayinlanmaktadir. Üye olmak, Dokümanlar bölümünde yazdirilmayan çesitli yayinlarin yani sira, Kral sorulariniza bloglar araciligiyla (hem kamu hem de üye) cevap verebilecek uzmanlara erismenizi saglar. Ayrica, vergilerinizi ayrintilariyla belirlerseniz, aidatlarin vergiden düsülebilecegini unutmayin.
Düzenli Üye Yillik Üyelik - 35,00 $; Yasam Zamani Üyelik - 350.00 USD
Ögrenci Üye Yillik Üyelik - 15.00 $
Emekli Üyeligi Yillik Üyelik - 15,00 $
Organizasyon Yillik Üyelik - 100,00 $ (kurulusu iki 'üyelik' e yetki verir)
Sorulariniz: firstname.lastname@example.org ile iletisim kurun
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Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 8:48 AM
Subject: Call for Public Comment: Nurses Role in Addressing Discrimination
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TV News Coverage of KING 2017 Conference
A television reporter interviewed Dr. Lachel Story and Dr. Christina Sieloff about the 2017 conference (link below):
From: Young, David
10 Ways Health Care in America Changed in 2017
While many issues and crises competed for the public’s attention in 2017, health care captured headlines throughout the year. Perhaps as a result, nearly half of Americans say health care is their top concern going into 2018.
In the first To the Point post of the new year, the Commonwealth Fund’s Shanoor Seervai and David Blumenthal, M.D., look at 10 critical events in health care during 2017, starting with the failed effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Your scholarly work, related to Imogene King's work, is needed to be submitted to
the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-repository
The King International Nursing Group has just established an Events collection on the Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-repository so that abstracts and slides from our biannual conferences can be included on the e-repository.
We are also hoping to establish another collection, associated with the K.I.N.G., that would include all documents/scholarly efforts that use Imogene King's work and related theories. As a result, I am writing to encourage you, your colleagues and any nursing students to consider submitting their work to this e-repository. It is a wonderful way to, without cost, disseminate one's work globally. Submission can include, but are not limited to:
Pre-print article* (The draft of an article that has been submitted to a journal, but not peer-reviewed or edited.)
As-published article* (The version that appears in the print and/or online journal.)
Post-print article* (The version of an article that has been submitted to a journal, peer-reviewed and edited.)
DNP capstone project/paper
Research Study Report
Dataset (raw data from survey results, etc.)**
Faculty Created Learning Objects
Presentation Papers and/or Slides
* Authors are responsible for determining the version allowed for deposit by the publisher/journal prior to submitting it to the Henderson e-repository. See the Sherpa/RoMeo database.
** All data must be scrubbed of personal information prior to submission."
(Sigma Theta Tau International, 2017, FAQs. Retrieved from http://www.nursinglibrary.org/vh1/pages/FAQ.html)
The following is a link to their author information page (Author Assistant Page: http://www.nursinglibrary.org/vhl/pages/Author_Info.html). Please remind them to add"King International Nursing Group" to the description field during the submission process so that they may be identified from other submissions. Once 100 submissions have been approved and posted, we could work on having them copied to a separate K.I.N.G. collection.
Thank you so much for your help in disseminating nurses' work related to the work of Dr. King.
Please let me know if you have any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> on behalf of Diane Szulecki <email@example.com>
BE AWARE OF PREDATORY PUBLISHING
The NIH recently issued a statement on predatory journals, encouraging authors to be alert to them and offering resources for identifying credible journals. And last month, the Public Library of Science posted an excellent article, “To Catch a Predatory Publisher,” that discusses red flags to look for.
We’ve heard from many authors who receive invitations to submit articles based on papers they’ve published. Many of these seem to come from journals or organizations that are unscrupulous and have been termed “predatory publishers.” (See the April 2015 AJN editorial on this topic.) While there are many credible open access journals, some are taking advantage of this new model and there are many pseudo-scholarly journals that make up Impact Factors, list editorial board members without their permission, and don’t adhere to acceptable peer review or ethical editorial practices. They often have hidden and exorbitant author fees. (And now they are branching out into conferences, too.) Please be careful about where you choose to publish as these journals have no standing in the academic community; most credible journals (AJN included) do not accept citations from these journals. Before submitting to an unfamiliar journal, go to thinkchecksubmit.org for information you should know. Check to see if the journal is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals or check with a librarian.
Learn a strategy for addressing
incivility and bullying in nursing
Link to the article: https://www.americannursetoday.com/cognitive-rehearsal/
PUBLIC BLOG NOW AVAILABLE!
A public blog is available for your postings. We hope that you will post your questions and comments about Dr. King's work, and respond to the comments of others. Access to the Blog is by clicking on the menu item (Blogs) at the top of the web page. Hope to hear from you soon.
Mission & Purpose
|Welcome to the King International Nursing Group!
Founded by colleagues of Dr. King in Michigan, the King International Nursing Group (K.I.N.G.) preserves, promotes, and advances King’s work in nursing knowledge development. Using her systems theory intertwined with research, we strive to improve all aspects of nursing education, administration and practice.
Following the successful 2017 conference in Vermont, we are looking forward to the 2019 conference in Washington, D.C. just before (November 14-15) the Sigma Theta Tau International conference. Please watch for the call for abstracts for paper and poster presentations.
Regardless of your location or area of practice, we encourage you to join the K.I.N.G. and become active within the organization. We are currently looking for members to volunteer for the following committees: Education, Membership and Nomination Committees.
We hope that you will visit this website frequently for information, suggestions and networking. Please feel free to share the link to the home page with your colleagues. If you have suggestions for how we might improve the web page, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Christina Sieloff, PhD, RN President (2017-2019)
Mary Gunther PhD, RN President (2013-2017)
Beverly Whelton PhD, RN President (2011-2013)
Christina Sieloff, President (2009-2011)
MEMBERS' ONLY DOCUMENTS -
DR. KING'S 1971 & 1981 BOOKS
Items have been added to the Members' Only Documents: 1) Dr. King's 1971 book - Toward a Theory For Nursing: General Concepts of Human Behavior, and 2) Dr. King's 1981 book - A Theory for Nursing: Systems, Concepts and Process. Since these books are out of print, this is a great opportunity to review Dr. King's early works. If you are not a member of the King International Nursing Group, please take a moment to join. Dues are very reasonable: 1) $35 annually, or 2) $15 annually if the member is a student or retired.
First Conference Photographs
Photographs have recently been found from the first King International Nursing Conference. (Thank you to Dr. Mary Killeen). These photographs have been uploaded to the members-only Documents section of the website. Join now ($35/year; $15/year for students and retirees) to view these photos.
KING International Nursing Group is on Facebook!
KING is now on Facebook! Find out more by doing a Facebook search for “King International Nursing Group.” Administrator Tom Stenvig encourages all KING members and anyone interested in Imogene King’s work to visit the KING Facebook page and click “Like” to help stimulate interest and spread the word. Also feel free to post information about meetings, conferences, publications, and anything else of interest to KING members. For questions and more information, contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW ADDITIONS TO THE WEB SITE
BLOGS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! ONE FOR EVERYONE AND ONE FOR MEMBERS ONLY.
CURRENT ISSUE OF THE NEWSLETTER, SYSTEMS UPDATE,
IS POSTED ON THE MEMBERS' DOCUMENTS' PAGE
Click on Documents for a Powerpoint presentation by Southwestern Vermont Medical Center
King’s Conceptual System & Theory of Goal Attainment: Leading the way for the Nurse of the Future
The King International Nursing Group wishes to recognize and thank its Lifetime and Charter members. The Lifetime members are: Richard Bogue, Jacqueline Fawcett, Mary Killeen, Patricia Messmer, Diana Newman. Charter members are: Barbara May, Thomas Stenvig. Without the support these individuals, the K.I.N.G. would not have reactivated as successfully as it did.
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©2009 King International Nursing Group.