Quality and Safety in Nursing: A Competency Approach to Improving Outcomes
May 2012, ©2012, Wiley-Blackwell
Quality and Safety in Nursing is divided into three sections. The first section links the national initiative for quality and safety to its origins in the IOM report. Section Two defines each of the six QSEN competencies in turn, provides instruction on acquiring the skills needed to achieve each competency, and constructs a framework for implementation. Section Three further defines implementation strategies in formal education as well as transition into practice.
A key resource for academics and clinicians alike, Quality and Safety in Nursing is an essential addition to the library of nurse leaders across the globe.
SECTION 1: QUALITY AND SAFETY: AN OVERVIEW 1
1 Driving Forces for Quality and Safety: Changing Mindsets to
Improve Health Care 3
2 Policy Implications Driving National Quality and Safety
Mary Jean Schumann
3 A National Initiative: Quality and Safety Education for
Nurses (QSEN) 49
Linda R. Cronenwett
SECTION 2: QUALITY AND SAFETY COMPETENCIES: THE QSEN PROJECT 65
4 Patient-Centered Care 67
Mary K. Walton and Jane Barnsteiner
5 Teamwork and Collaboration 91
6 Quality Improvement 113
7 Evidence-Based Practice 133
Mary Fran Tracy and Jane Barnsteiner
8 Safety 149
9 Informatics 171
Judith J. Warren
SECTION 3: STRATEGIES TO BUILD A CULTURE OF QUALITY AND SAFETY 189
10 The Imperative to Transform Education to Transform
11 Narrative Teaching Strategies to Foster Quality and Safety
Pamela M. Ironside and Elizabeth Cerbie
12 Integrating Quality and Safety Competencies in Simulation
Carol F. Durham and Kathryn R. Alden
13 Interprofessional Approaches to Quality and Safety
Shirley M. Moore, Mary A. Dolansky and Mamta K. Singh
14 New Graduate Transition into Practice: Improving Quality
and Safety 267
Nancy Spector, Beth T. Ulrich and Jane Barnsteiner
15 Leadership to Create Change 289
16 Creating Cultures of Excellence: Transforming
Pamela Klauer Triolo
17 Quality and Safety: Global Issues and Strategies 323
Appendix A: Prelicensure Competencies 341
Appendix B: Graduate Competencies 351
Appendix C: Delphi Study Results 363
Jane Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN, is Professor of Pediatric Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in Philadelphia.
- Written by key members of the Quality and Safety Education for Nursing steering team
- Defines each of the six QSEN competencies and provides instruction on acquiring and implementing each competency
- Provides instruction on integrating QSEN competencies into formal education and practice
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