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Quality Improvement: A Guide for Integration in NursingAuthor: Anita Finkelman
Quality Improvement A Guide for Integration in Nursing, Second Edition is an integral resource for both nursing students and professionals. Quality improvement is a crucial part of healthcare and one that nurses are charged with implementing daily as they care for patients. This text is completely focused on teaching the importance of QI through patient care and error reduction. It also reinforces the concept that nurses in all positions and healthcare settings must understand how QI works as well as how to integrate it into their daily work to create and maintain a culture of safety.
Quality Improvement A Guide for Integration in Nursing, Second Edition can be used broadly across nursing degree programs and professional practice. It outlines the foundation for quality improvement and features new advanced practice content applicable for APNs and DNPs by moving beyond the basics throughout each chapter. In addition, the author will release monthly QI-related content via the Navigate Companion Website to keep up with current trends and literature findings.
Features and Benefits
- New QI responsibilities section in each chapter will show how to apply QI content for three roles: staff nurse, nurse manager, and advanced practice nurse/DNP
- Apply CQI section at the end of each chapter includes activities, exemplars, and evolving case studies to encourage further critical thinking.
- Navigate Companion Website featuring Monthly content updates covering the latest quality improvement news and literature
- “Engaging Students in Quality Improvement” faculty teaching/learning strategies