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  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    McHugh, M.D., Rochman, M.F., Sloane, D.M., Berg, R.A., Mancini, M.E., Nadkarni, V.M., Merchant, R.M., and Aiken, L.H. (2016). Better nurse staffing and work environments associated with increased survival of in-hospital cardiac arrest patients. Medical Care, 54(1), 74-80. Link here.

  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    Silber, J.H., Rosenbaum, P.R., McHugh, M.D., Ludwig, J.M., Smith, H.L., Niknam, B.A., Even-Shoshan, O., Fleisher, L.A., Kelz, R.R., and Aiken, L.H. (2016). Comparison of the value of nursing work environments in hospitals across different levels of patient risk. JAMA Surgery, 151, 527-36. Link here.

  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    Barnes, H., Maier, C.M., Altares Sarik, D., Germack, H.D., and Aiken L.H. (2016). Effects of regulation and payment policies on nurse practitioners’ clinical practices. Med Care Res Rev. pii: 1077558716649109. First published online: 13 May 2016 Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    Kutney Lee, A., Germack, H., Hatfield, L., Maguire, P., Kelly, S., Dierkes, A., Del Guidice, M., and Aiken, L.H. (2016). Nurse engagement in shared governance and patient and nurse outcomes. J Nurs Adm 46(11), 605-612.Link here. 

  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    Maier, C.B., and Aiken L.H. (2016). Task-shifting from physicians to nurses in primary care in 39 countries: A cross-country comparative study. European Journal of Public Health. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckw098 ckw098 Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    McHugh, M.D,, Burns, L.R., and Aiken, L.H. (2016). Achieving Kaiser Permanente quality. Health Care Management Review, 41(3), 178-88. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    Lake, E.T., Hallowell, S.G., Kutney-Lee, A., Hatfield, L.A., Del Guidice, M., Boxer, B., Ellis, L.N., Verica, L., and Aiken, L.H. (2016). Higher quality of care and patient safety associated with better NICU work environments. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 31(1), 24-32. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2016

    Squires, A.P., Finlayson, C., Gerchow, L., Cimiotti, .JP., Matthews, A., Schwendimann, M., Griffiths, P., Busse, R., Heinen, M., Brzostek, T., Moreno-Casbas, M.T., Aiken, L.H., and Sermeus, W. (2014). Methodological considerations when translating “burnout”. Burnout Research 1(2), 59-68. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Xue, Y., Chappel, A., Freund, D., Aiken, L.H., and Noyes, K. (2015). Cost outcomes of supplemental nurse staffing in a large medical center. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 30(2), 130-7. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Stimpfel, A.W., Vanak, J.M., Aiken, L.H. (2015). Nonphysician health professionals. In: J. Wright (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. (2nd Ed., 907-913). Oxford, England: Elsevier.

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Poghosyan, L., and Aiken, L.H. (2015). Maximizing nurse practitioners’ contributions to primary care through organizational changes. J Ambul Care Manage 38(2), 109-17. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Kutney Lee, A., Stimpfel, A, Sloane, D.M., Cimiotti, J., Quinn, L.W., Aiken, L.H. (2015). Changes in patient and nurse outcomes associated with Magnet hospital designation. Medical Care (53), 550-557. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Stimpfel A.W., Sloane D.M., McHugh M.D., Aiken L.H. (2016). Hospitals known for nursing excellence associated with better hospital experiences for patients. Health Services Research, 51(3), 1120-34. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Bruyneel, L, Li, B., Ausserhofer, D., Lesaffre, E., Dumitrescu, I., Smith, HL, Sloane, DM, Aiken, LH, and Sermeus, W. (2015). Organization of hospital nursing, provision of nursing care, and patient assessments of care in Europe. Medical Care Research and Review, 72 (6), 643-664. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Lasater, K.B., Sloane, D.M., and Aiken, L.H. (2015). Hospital employment of supplemental registered nurses and patients’ satisfaction with care. Journal of Nursing Administration 4(37),145-151. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Ma, C., McHugh, M.D., Aiken, L.H. (2015). Organization of hospital nursing and 30-day readmissions in Medicare patients undergoing surgery. Medical Care, 53(1), 65-70. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2015

    Bruyneel, L., Li, B., Aiken, L.H., Lesaffre, E., Van den Heede, K., and Sermeus, W. (2014). A multi-country perspective on nurses’ tasks below their skill level: Reports from domestically trained nurses and foreign trained nurses from developing countries. In Buchan J., Wismar M., Glinos I.A., Bremner J (eds.), Health Professional Mobility in a Changing Europe: New Dynamics, Mobile Individuals, and Diverse Responses. Observatory Studies Series No. 32. World Health Organization: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies.

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Bruyneel, L., Li B., Aiken, L.H., Lesaffre, E., Van den Heede, K., Sermeus, W. (2013). A multi-country perspective on nurses’ tasks below their skill level: reports from domestically trained nurses and foreign trained nurses from developing countries. Int J Nurs Stud 50(2), 202-9.

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Griffiths, P., Dall’Ora, C., Simon, M., Ball, J., Lindqvist, R., Rafferty, A.M., Schoonhoven, L., Tishelman, C., and Aiken, L.H. (2014). Nurses’ shift length and overtime working in 12 European countries: The association with perceived quality of care and patient safety. Medical Care. 52(11), 975-988. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Xue Y, Chappel A, Freund D, Noyes K, Aiken L. 2015. Cost outcomes of supplemental nurse staffing in a large medical center. Journal of Nursing Care Quality 30(2),130-137. Link here 

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Cho, E., Sloane, D.M., Kim, W., Kim, A., Miyoung, C., Yoo, I.Y., Lee, H.S., Aiken, L.H. (2014). Effects of nurse staffing, work environments, and education on patient mortality: An observational study. International Journal of Nursing Studies 52(2), 535-542. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Aiken, L.H. (2014). Baccalaureate nurses and hospital outcomes: More evidence. Invited editorial. Medical Care 52(10), 861-3. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Aiken, L.H., Rafferty, A.M., and Sermeus, W. (2014). Caring nurses hit by a quality storm. Nursing Standard 28(35), 22-25. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Aiken L.H, McHugh M.D. 2014. Is nursing shortage in Israel inevitable? Israel Journal of Health Policy Research (3),10. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Aiken, L.H., Sloane, D.M., Bruyneel, L., Van den Heede, K., Griffiths, P., Busse., R., Diomidous, M,, Kinnunen, J., Kozka, M., Lesaffre, E., McHugh, M., Moreno-Casbas, M.T., Rafferty, A.M., Schwendimann, R., Tishelman, C., van Achterberg, T., and Sermeus, W. (2014). Association of nurse staffing and education with hospital mortality in 9 European countries. The Lancet (383), 1824-1830. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2014

    Shang, J., You, L.M., Altares, D., Sloane, D.M., Aiken, L.H. (2014). Nurse employment contracts in Chinese hospitals: Impact of inequitable benefit structures on nurse and patient satisfaction. Journal of Human Resources for Health 12,1. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2013

    Cho, E., Lee, H., Choi, M., Park, S.H., Yoo, I.Y., and Aiken, L.H. (2013). Factors associated with needlestick and sharp injuries among hospital nurses: A cross sectional questionnaire study in South Korea. International Journal of Nursing Studies 50(8), 1025-1032. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2013

    Aiken, L.H. (2013). The impact of research on staffing: An interview with Linda Aiken. Part 1. Nursing Economics (31), 216-221. Link here

  • Aiken, Linda, 2013

    Aiken, L.H. (2013). The impact of research on staffing: An interview with Linda Aiken. Part 2. Nursing Economics (31), 273-276.

  • Aiken, Linda, 2013

    Ausserhofer, D., Zander, B., Busse, R., Schubert, M., De Geest, S., Rafferty, A., Ball, J., Scott, A., Kinnunen, J., Heinen, M., Stromseng, S., Moreno-Casbas, T., Kozka, N., Lindqvist, R., Diomidous, M., Bruyneel, L., Sermeus, W., and Aiken, L.H., Schwendimann, R. (2013). Prevalence, patterns, and predictors of nursing care left undone in European hospitals: Results from the multicountry cross sectional RN4CAST study. BMJ Qual Saf 23(2), 126-35. Link here