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  • Quality Control in Nursing Avril Allgood
  • Outline
    • Introduction
    • Education
    • Practice
    • Technology
    • Conclusion
    • Range of nursing roles
    • 3 basic levels
    • Nurse educators
    • Size of Workforce
    • Advancing education
    • Greater power = greater control
    • Nurse Managed Centers
    • Case managers
    • Possible solutions
    • Adaptation
    • SMART cards
    • Glucose monitoring
    • effects
  • Learning Objectives
    • By the end of this presentation, you should be able to identify:
    • How you currently affect nursing quality
    • Methods of improving quality
    • Levels of control over quality
    • Ways in which you might positively influence nursing quality
  • Introduction
    • Patient care
    • Educator
    • Manager
    • Recruiter
    • Therapist
    • Researcher
    • Administrator
    • Case manager
    • The list goes on…
  • Why are Standards Important?
  • Why are Standards Important?
  • 3 Paths to Quality
    • Education
    • Practice
    • Technology
  • EDUCATION
  • Nurse Educators
  •  
  • Size DOES Matter!
  • Advancing Education
  • Both the nurse and the community benefit from continued education
  • PRACTICE
  • Nurse Managed Centers (NMCs)
  • Nurse Managed Centers
    • Superior results in:
    • Patient independence
    • Health promotion
    • Stress management
    • Compliance
    • Patient satisfaction
    • Coping skills
    • Functional status
    • Use of preventative services
    • Improved incidence of:
    • ER visits
    • Urgent care visits
    • Repeat hospitalizations
  • Case Managers
  • Qualifications
    • At least 3 years of related clinical experience
    • A high degree of intelligence
    • Superior communication and interpersonal skills
  • Technology and the Future of Nursing
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  • No, that’s not why!
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  • Continuous Glucose Monitoring System
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  • CONCLUSION
  • References
    • Allen, L. (2008). The nursing shortage continues as faculty shortage grows. Nursing Economics, 26, 35-40.
    • Bower, F. L. & McCollough, C. (2004). Nurse shortage or nursing shortage: Have we missed the real problem? Nursing Economics, 22, 200-203.
    • Coddington, J. A., & Sands, L. P. (2008). Cost of health care and quality outcomes of patients at nurse-managed clinics. Nursing Economics, 26, 75-84.
    • Marion, L., O’Sullivan, A. L., Crabtree, K., Fontana, S., & Price, M. M. (2003). The practice doctorate in nursing: Future or fringe? Topics in Advanced Practice Nursing eJournal, 3 (2). Retrieved October 19, 2005, from www.medscape.com/viewarticle/453247
    • Marquis, B. L., & Huston, C. J. (2009). Leadership roles and management functions in nursing . New York: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
    • Smith, A. P. (2003). Case management: Key to access, quality, and financial success. Nursing Economics, 21, 237-244.
  • Question 1
    • What does the Nurse Reinvestment Act Provide?
    • Loan forgiveness
    • Retirement investment programs
    • Profit sharing
    • None of the above
  • Answer 1
    • A) Loan Forgiveness
  • Question 2
    • What are some ways that
    • nurses can have a broader
    • impact on quality control?
    • (Choose all that apply)
    • Continue education and become a manager or educator
    • Advocate for new/adapted technology
    • Help develop standards for practice
    • Bring your own Band-Aids to work, because they have Strawberry Shortcake on them
  • Answer 2
    • A, B, & C
    Winner!
  • Question 3
    • What are some
    • benefits of SMART
    • cards? (choose all that
    • apply)
    • Easily carried for immediate access in an emergency
    • Easily read by anyone
    • Increased accuracy & efficiency
    • Replace space & time-consuming paper charts
    • Improve patients’ self-esteem
  • Answer 3
    • A, C, & D
    You’re a Champion!
  • Question 4
    • Factors that affect quality of care include nurse-to-patient ratios, time management, accuracy, and: (choose all
    • that apply)
    • Aesthetically pleasing rooms
    • Access to affordable care
    • Staff uniforms
    • Collaboration between healthcare team members
    • Patient involvement
  • Answer 4
    • B, D, & E
  • Last one; I promise!
    • Which types of nurses are involved in
    • Quality Control?
    • Bedside nurses
    • Case Managers
    • Nurse practitioners
    • Nurse educators
    • All of the above
  • The Final Solution
    • E) All of the above
    The End. We all knew it was coming.
  • Anyone want to share experiences?
    • Anyone?
    • Jan?