Dan Weberg, PhD, MHI, RN

Clinical Instructor of Practice

Journal Articles

2016

  • 2016, "Leading the Future We Envision: Nurturing a Culture of Innovation Across the Continuum of Care." Nursing Administration Quarterly 40, no. 1,
  • 2016, "Patient-Centered Care, Evidence, and Innovation." Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions
  • 2016, "Innovation Leadership Behaviors: Starting the Complexity Journey." Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions
  • 2016, "Incorporating New Evidence from Big Data, Emerging Technology, and Disruptive Practices into Your Innovation Ecosystem." Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions

2015

  • 2015, "Leading the Future We Envision: Nurturing a Culture of Innovation Across the Continuum of Care.." Nursing administration quarterly 40, no. 1,

2014

  • 2014, "Seven behaviors to advance teamwork: findings from a study of innovation leadership in a simulation center." Nursing administration quarterly 38, no. 3,

2013

  • 2013, "Enhancing innovation skills: VHA nursing leaders use creative approaches to inspire future thinking." Nurse Leader 11, no. 2,

2012

  • 2012, "Measuring post-licensure competence with simulation: The nursing performance profile." Journal of Nursing Regulation 3, no. 2,
  • 2012, "Measuring competence: collaboration for safety.." Journal of continuing education in nursing 43, no. 12,

2010

  • 2010, "Transformational leadership and staff retention: an evidence review with implications for healthcare systems." Nursing Administration Quarterly 34, no. 3,

2009

  • 2009, "Twitter and simulation: Tweet your way to better sim." Clinical Simulation in Nursing 5, no. 2,
  • 2009, "Innovation in healthcare: A concept analysis." Nursing administration quarterly 33, no. 3,

2008

  • 2008, "Second Life: test-driving real-world innovations.." Hospitals & health networks/AHA 82, no. 10,
  • 2008, "Caring for innovation and caring for the innovator." Nursing administration quarterly 32, no. 2,