Milisa Manojlovich
Milisa Manojlovich
Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Michigan
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Healthy work environments, nurse-physician communication, and patients’ outcomes
M Manojlovich, B DeCicco
American journal of critical care 16 (6), 536-543, 2007
Power and empowerment in nursing: Looking backward to inform the future
M Manojlovich
The online journal of issues in nursing 12 (1), 2007
The relationship of empowerment and selected personality characteristics to nursing job satisfaction
M Manojlovich, HKS Laschinger
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 32 (11), 586-595, 2002
Linking the practice environment to nurses' job satisfaction through nurse‐physician communication
M Manojlovich
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 37 (4), 367-373, 2005
Promoting nurses' self-efficacy: a leadership strategy to improve practice
M Manojlovich
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 35 (5), 271-278, 2005
Jordanian nursing work environments, intent to stay, and job satisfaction
Z Al‐Hamdan, M Manojlovich, B Tanima
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 49 (1), 103-110, 2017
The nursing worklife model: Extending and refining a new theory
M Manojlovich, H Laschinger
Journal of nursing management 15 (3), 256-263, 2007
Intensive care units, communication between nurses and physicians, and patients’ outcomes
M Manojlovich, CL Antonakos, DL Ronis
American Journal of Critical Care 18 (1), 21-30, 2009
Predictors of professional nursing practice behaviors in hospital settings
M Manojlovich
Nursing research 54 (1), 41-47, 2005
The effect of nursing leadership on hospital nurses' professional practice behaviors
M Manojlovich
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 35 (7), 366-374, 2005
Nursing specialty certification and nursing-sensitive patient outcomes in the intensive care unit
G Krapohl, M Manojlovich, R Redman, L Zhang
American Journal of Critical Care 19 (6), 490-498, 2010
Identifying barriers to delivering the awakening and breathing coordination, delirium, and early exercise/mobility bundle to minimize adverse outcomes for mechanically …
DK Costa, MR White, E Ginier, M Manojlovich, S Govindan, TJ Iwashyna, ...
Chest 152 (2), 304-311, 2017
Annals of HSR: Nurse/Physician Communication Through a Sensemaking Lens: Shifting the Paradigm to Improve Patient Safety
M Manojlovich
Medical care, 941-946, 2010
The effects of organizational culture on nursing professionalism: Implications for health resource planning
M Manojlovich, S Ketefian
Canadian Journal of Nursing Research Archive, 2002
Satisfaction of intensive care unit nurses with nurse-physician communication
M Manojlovich, C Antonakos
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 38 (5), 237-243, 2008
Hiding in plain sight: communication theory in implementation science
M Manojlovich, JE Squires, B Davies, ID Graham
Implementation Science 10 (1), 1-11, 2015
Nurse dose: linking staffing variables to adverse patient outcomes
M Manojlovich, S Sidani, CL Covell, CL Antonakos
Nursing research 60 (4), 214-220, 2011
An evidence-based protocol for nurse retention
E Gess, M Manojlovich, S Warner
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 38 (10), 441-447, 2008
The use of multiple qualitative methods to characterize communication events between physicians and nurses
M Manojlovich, M Harrod, B Holtz, T Hofer, L Kuhn, SL Krein
Health communication 30 (1), 61-69, 2015
Achieving a climate for patient safety by focusing on relationships
M Manojlovich, M Kerr, B Davies, J Squires, R Mallick, GL Rodger
International Journal for Quality in Health Care 26 (6), 579-584, 2014
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