• Organizational Change Plan
    implementation as well as a plan of action (Rampur, 2010). The perceived impact and acceptance of computerized documentation on nursing care varied depending on the individual nurse’s characteristics, group support, demographics, and ability to manage identified barriers (Whittaker, Aufdenkamp...
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  • Barriers, challenges, and strategies to implementing evidence-based nursing practice (EBNP)
    ; Kenny et al., 2010; Tolson, Booth, & Lowndes, 2008). Nursing research has uncovered numerous challenges and barriers which the implementation of EBNP faces. These challenges and barriers can be classified as a research, a clinician, an organisational, a nursing professional barrier, and not least...
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  • Leadership and Management
    for children. Nursing standard 23 (15) 35 – 38. Holbeche, L. (2006) Understanding change: Theory, implementation and success. The impact of change in people. Butterworth – Heinemann, London. Hyett, E. (2003).  What blocks health visitors from taking on a leadership role?  Journal of Nursing...
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  • Leadership and Management
    The implementation of the care of the dying policy at the writer’s area of practice involved the process of change. This involved the use of both leadership and management theories which are essential to increased effectiveness as supported by Moiden (2002). The change was a political one due to...
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  • Evidence Based Practice
    for change will be used to bring the findings from the review into practice and what resources will be needed for the implementation of change and any barriers that may occur during the change process. All names and locations will be changed to maintain confidentiality in accordance with the Nursing...
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  • Evidence Based Practice
    healthcare. Furthermore, challenges, barriers and needs of care practitioners would be identified and elaborated. Change theory will also be discussed as change in the healthcare system is considered the catalyst in the emergence of evidence based practice and it is also the reason why evidence based...
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  • Hcs 587 Electronic Patient Charting
    , it is a necessary step in the direction of Electronic Patient Records. The goal of the implementation of the EPR is to enhance health care delivery from the nursing spectrum and allow for improved charting accuracy, decrease errors, and provide thorough documentation. Nurses are an...
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  • Organizational Change
    implement this documentation at the Home Health Agency where I am employed. This paper will address the need for EMR, barriers to change, factors that might influence implementation of an EMR, organizational readiness for the change, the theoretical model that relates to implanting EMRs, resources...
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  • Organizational Plan Part I
    communication with the workforce concerning any information about the benefits of the change; otherwise, they will keep resisting the change (Rampur, 2010). The end users are the most limiting factors when change is concerned because implementation of the new ways of achieving old tasks becomes a challenge...
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  • Nursing Process
    workload of nurses (Walton, 1986). Some nurses believe that the care plan has been the major barrier to the implementation of the nursing process. The care plans were regarded as an unnecessary task to be filled at the end when time permitted them to do so, and were thought done for administrative and...
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  • Communication and Collaboration in Nursing
    1. Nurse-Patient Relationship Phases a. Orientation (beginning) i. Therapeutic Relationship 1. Develop trust 2. Establish goals 3. Therapeutic contract 4. Nursing diagnosis b. Working (Middle) i. Planning and Implementation 1. Communication skills to help client 2. Work on behavioral...
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  • EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE IN NURSING
    utilization process; Rogers’ diffusion of innovation theory Rogers’ theory is one of the most accepted theories that has developed models of how knowledge gets disseminated and used. It has influvanced several research utilization projects in the nursing community. Rogers postulate that knowledge...
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  • Ecological Validity of Evidence-Based Practice in the Philippines
    skills regarding EBP in educational program is mentioned as a hurdle (El-Azim, 2008). Further, future 'two tier' nursing practice, which refers to the different education levels of nurses is yet another barrier seen in the Ecological Validity of EBP in the Philippines 6 implementation of...
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  • The Mandate to Change the Prevailing Culture from Opinion-Based Practice to Evidence-Based Practice Has Influenced Models Designed as Decision –Making Approaches to Advance the Integration of Simulation Education
    and challenges. To review a few, the following studies were conducted recently to present the significant findings as evidence. But in general terms a Simulation Center is created: To meet the ever-changing demands of nursing education, as well as those of the new graduates at the bedside or...
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  • Transcultural Nursing
    Application of Nursing Theory Leininger’s Transcultural Theory The practice of nursing in today’s multicultural societies calls for nurses to identify and meet the cultural needs of diverse groups of people; to understand the social and cultural reality of the client, family, and...
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  • Promoting Workplace Diversity
    a short “Leadership in Action” vignette of real-life nursing situation and contains a series of leadership challenges, tips, and development exercise to help in understanding theories and apply them in clinical settings. When it comes to a challenges question, I take a moment to think about what I...
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  • Innovation and Change
    . Massachusetts, USA: Harvard Business School Press. Kouzes, J.M. and Barry, Z.P., 2007. The Leadership Challenge. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Kouzes, J.M. and Barry, Z.P., 1998. Encouraging the Heart. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Kritsonis, A., 2004-2005. Comparison of Change Theories, International...
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  • Evidence Based Practice-Nursing Administrative Challenges
    ., Newell-Stokes, L. V. (1998). Evidence-Based Practice and the Role of Nursing Leadership. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 28(7/8), 45-53. Titler, G. M. (2001). The Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice Implementation. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1(47). Walshe, K., Rundall, G. T. (2001). Evidence-based Management: From Theory to Practice in Health Care. The Milbank Quarterly, 79(3), 429-457....
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  • Barriers of Research Utilization for Nurses
    practice results in better outcomes for our patients, this behoves us, as a profession, to address issues surrounding support for implementation of research findings, authority to 304 Ó 2004 Blackwell Publishing Ltd Clinical nursing issues Barriers to, and facilitators of, research utilization...
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  • Organizational Change
    proccess of (unfreezing), discusses the implementation process, and its many challenges (changing), and the current evaluation of the product (refreezing). Data collection regarding employee satisfaction, patient outcome, medical errors, and work culture will describe how to determine effectiveness...
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