|Understanding Servant Leadership in Nursing: A Concept Analysis
||The purpose of this analysis is to clarify the concept of servant leadership and to provide further delineation of this highly relevant, but elusive concept in nursing. Findings of this concept analysis identify a linkage among servant leadership characteristics, caring theories, and the profession of nursing.
||International Journal of Human Caring
||Neville, Kathleen, et al.
|Health-Promoting behaviors of low-income adults in a community health center
||Health-promoting behaviors improve health, prevent disease, and decrease healthcare costs. This study describes the health-promotion behaviors and identifies influencing factors of health-promoting behaviors in low-income patients at a community health center. This cross-sectional study used participants from a center serving a low-income population. Spiritual growth and interpersonal relations were the two most practiced health-promoting behaviors. Age and education influenced participation in health-promoting behaviors. Promoting spiritual growth and interpersonal relations is a critical part of supporting health-promoting behaviors. Findings provide guidance for nurses to contribute to increasing healthy behaviors and develop interventions to improve participation in health-promoting behaviors.
||Journal of Community Health Nursing