Outcomes Management for Nursing Practice will increase the knowledge and skills of nurses in evaluating and managing outcomes related to all aspects of patient care delivery and interdisciplinary teamwork across the continuum of care. Selected topics include, but are not limited to: identifying outcomes to evaluate; choosing and developing sound and reliable measurement instruments and tests; assessing learning of patients and staff; evaluating clinical protocols and programs; measuring the confounding and unpredictable variables in a clinical setting; managing all aspects of benchmarking and variance analysis; evaluating personnel effectiveness; structuring and implementing performance evaluation; evaluating satisfaction of stakeholders; using outcomes evaluation data for decision making; and much more. Continuing Education Credit Units are available in every issue.
Holdings: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct./Dec. 1997)-v. 5, no. 4 (Oct./Dec. 2001)
Related titles: Continued by: Outcomes management Variant Title: Outcomes management
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