What external forces affect nursing and health care organizations? How does the external environment affect strategic management in the health care industry? How might changes in the external environment alter strategic initiatives? How might factors of the external environment shape a consensus or create conflict be
Trends and Issues in Today's Health Care: Discussing current research linking safety outcomes to ADN and BSN nurses.
I need help in discussing current research that links patient safety outcomes to ADN and BSN nurses. Based on some real-life experiences, do you agree or disagree with this research?
What is the difference between a DNP and a PhD in Nursing? I need to know which of these you would choose to pursue if you decide to continue your education to the doctoral level.
Nursing Research Utilization Project: medication errors and creating a solution to minimize them in an acute care area.
I need some assistance and guidance in completing a research utilization project. My topic is medication errors and creating a solution to minimize them in an acute care area. I need assistance making sure I am on the right track answering the following: â?¢The project addresses a problem or concern in the professiona
Please suggest ideas for policy development procedures in nursing.
Please use the attached article to answer the following questions: What are the independent and dependent study variables?
Nursing as a science and an art has a unique perspective on patient interaction, as opposed to the profession of medicine. In performing a concept analysis, examine the attributes and activities that make nursing a unique profession from the perspectives of a doctoral prepared Nurse researcher; Nurse educator and Nurse Practitio
What are some differences and commonalities between nursing research and evidence-based nursing practices? What is the advanced practice nursing role in evidence-based nursing?
Suppose that you work as a charge nurse in the labor and delivery department at a hospital. One of the nurses under your supervision claims that some nurses do not receive adequate training to deliver babies. She also asserts that there are not enough nurses working each shift to handle the number of mothers entering the labor
A. What are the three most common quantitative research designs? What are some potential research questions that would be used in each type of design? B. What is the difference between cross-sectional and longitudinal designs?
1) The three types of qualitative research are phenomenological, grounded theory, and ethnographic research. What are the differences and similarities between the three types of studies? 2) Qualitative data has been described as voluminous and sometimes overwhelming to the researcher. In what ways could a researcher manage an
Explain how the adaption theory by Roy would be conducive to an nursing area of practice and why?
Identify and evaluate three nursing leadership theories that can be used to guide the nursing leadership role in complex organizations based on standards of excellence. What makes the three you chose most useful in practice? Please cite peer reviewed resources.
What is the best way to do a research study on effective teaching strategies for nursing instructors? The question asks about research study design for effective teaching strategies for nursing instructors. In response, appropriate suggestions are made for both quantitative and qualitative methodology designs. Key things that
Justify allocating resources for these initiatives in order to obtain Magnet status. 1.Converting all current policies and procedures for the organization to evidence based policies and procedures. 2. Establishing a nursing council with representatives from each unit to participate in shared decision-making and development
In this posting, you will learn how to evaluate a research article. The article that is provided comes from the nursing discipline, but can be applied to any other discipline.
The following questions are provided in the answer: Is this qualitative or quantitative? What is the study design? What criteria did you use to determine study design? Does this research article generate support for evidence-based practice?
Observational research often provides the foundation for further exploration of a topic. It is frequently used when conducting a preliminary research study to better describe a problem. Many researchers conduct observational studies that then lead to more in depth and larger experimental projects. It is an important form of qual
1) Why is it important to disseminate evidence in practice? What does it accomplish for the health care profession? 2) what are the three different ways to disseminate evidence and the appropriate audiences for each method. thanks
Please use one reference. Which learning strategies -- reflective journaling, literature search, meetings, interviews, workshops, shadowing, and working with a mentor -- do you think are the most valuable for your practicum and why? Would you apply the strategies in a certain sequence? If so, what would it be and why?
Identify a research topic that you intend to investigate and write about as an evidence-based practice report Project Topic such as COPD, Asthma, Cancer or other health topics) ii) Create a list of at least 5-8 references (at least 4 must be primary research from peer-reviewed journals) on your topic of interest. iii) Create a
I am having problems trying to identify 2 threats to internal validity and external validity of the study design of this research article. I am also trying to determine what the extraneous variables of the study are and what measures were used to control them for this research article.
Discuss the scientific method. What are its key components? How was this method developed and is it something that can be realistically used in everyday life?
What are some of the advantages in a organization or practice setting in using a research-based approach to problem resolution?
use one reference. Think of this involving nursing.
As an advocate for the switch to computer-based medical records. Your boss has asked you to address the following information: How electronic health records help practices offer better options for Continuity Communication Coordination Accountability What information will the EHRs include? Although you are an
Please help me with the following study guide question: What are 2 patient population groups at risk for medical errors? what patient safety risk factors do they have?
Give several examples or explain. This is a nurse working in same day surgery area caring for veterans.
Hello, I am busy writing a paper on Cultural competence in Nursing. My instructor had the foll. to say: ~~~In your literature review I do not see anything addressing the use of online education to teach cultural competence. You should include some information about the effectiveness and growth of online learning,(I have al
A nurse wants to know which study design is more appropriate to study the effectiveness of an intervention.
A nurse wants to know which study design is more appropriate to study the effectiveness of an intervention like sending reminder calls to parents, public health support services, among children that need immunization. She has questions whether to use a quasi experimental cohort following the example of "Effectiveness of a Commun
MSN Nursing Practicum Learning Contract in a quality asurance program is submitted for recomendations
As part of a MSN nursing practicum, a nurse decided to do a Quality Assurance program for a privately owned Canadian clinic that does pharmaceutical clinical research. For the practicum, the nurse puts together a learning contract which was attached for any additional recommentations.
What type of obstacles or challenges do you foresee a nurse facing as they enter the role of educator? Why?