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Influencing Multiple Systems through Evidence-Based Change (1 page) Write a cohesive response that addresses the following: • Describe at least three evolving issues that are internal or external to your practicum setting that could affect the implementation and sustainability of your proposed change. From what systems level do those issues originate (e.g., organizational, local, state, national, global) and what other systems are then involved in response to that factor? • How might your proposed change, in turn, lead to shifts at other levels beyond your initial focus? Readings • Bevan, H. (2010). How can we build skills to transform the healthcare system? Journal of Research in Nursing, 15(2), 139–148. doi:10.1177/1744987109357612 Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This article addresses the need to invest in leadership skill building and shifts in mindset to promote large-scale change. • Gifford, W., Davies, B., Tourangeau, A., & Lefebre, N. (2011). Developing team leadership to facilitate guideline utilization: Planning and evaluating a 3- month intervention strategy. Journal of Nursing Management, 19(1), 121–132. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2834.2010.01140.x Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. The authors discuss operationalizing leadership behaviors that can help to further evidence-based practice. • Goeschel, C. A. (2011). Nursing leadership at the crossroads: Evidence-based practice “Matching Michigan-minimizing catheter related blood stream infections.” BACCN Nursing in Critical Care, 16(1), 35–42. Nursing leadership at the crossroads: evidence-based practice ‘Matching Michigan-minimizing catheter related blood stream infections’ by Goeschel, C., in Nursing in Critical Care, Vol. 16/Issue 1. Copyright 2011 by Blackwell Publishing – Journal. Reprinted by permission of Blackwell Publishing – Journal via the Copyright Clearance Center. This article features lessons learned from the implementation of evidence-based practice in more than 100 ICUs across the United States. • Mathews, S. C., & Pronovost, P. J. (2011). The need for systems integration in health care. JAMA,305(9), 934–935. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. In this article, the authors discuss the need for systems integration in order to promote quality and safety on a larger scale. • Pronovost, P. J., Marsteller, J. A., & Goeschel, C. A. (2011). Preventing bloodstream infections: A measurable national success story in quality improvement. Health Affairs, 30(4), 628–634. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2011.0047 Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. The authors discuss the multi-step process taken by many stakeholders (e.g., states, federal agencies, hospitals, clinicians) to successfully reduce and eradicate

Influencing Multiple Systems through Evidence-Based Change (1 page) Write a cohesive response that addresses the following: •    Describe at least three evolving issues that are internal […]
August 30, 2018

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conduct a partial community assessment, and to diagnose areas of need for health promotion related to an identified aggregate in Canada The purpose of this assignment […]
August 30, 2018

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grading rubric to create an outline of your assignment. Each section of the rubric should be a section of your final paper and could become the […]
August 30, 2018

Present a learning needs analysis and an action plan designed to meet your needs. Please use the template provided. This should be 800 words (equivalent) and be an in depth exploration of 1 or 2 learning needs. Please make sure you are using SMART goals and that your actions are measurable, you may also wish to consider how your learning will benefit patient care.

Transition into Professional Practice Order Description Module Aim The aim of this module is to develop the students’ understanding of the complexities of professional nursing practice […]