After discussion with your preceptor name one financial aspect one quality aspect and one clinical aspect that needs to be taken into account for developing the evidence-based change proposal
The financial aspect, one quality aspect and one clinical aspect for developing the evidence-based change proposal is discussed in details below.
The financial aspect that I will take into consideration for developing the evidence-based change proposal is the cost of implement and sustaining the new procedure and the cost of maintaining the current procedure. As for the quality aspect, I would assure that all patients are at least satisfied with their treatment after following the new procedure. As for the clinical aspect, I would make sure that all patients experience no unusual distress when treated.
An evidence-based change proposal is built upon three foundations, financial, quality and clinical. Each of these foundations are ultimately responsible for the success of providing and maintaining client care through research-based practices. Consider the proposed initiative to develop a smoking treatment curriculum. This will impact the financial foundation by mandating additional resources be allocated to this program including a new position within the organization that coordinates the implementation of this curriculum. The quality aspect will be impacted because more time will be required of staff and faculty as they are trained in the course material. There will also need to be some assessment measures put in place that can objectively prove that the program is having an effect on employee behavior and productivity. Lastly, there will be an increased focus on prevention within all aspects of nursing practice across the hospital so that employee stress and absenteeism is reduced.
In developing an evidence-based change proposal, the nurse should always consider these three aspects of the process. Financial considerations can impact the safety and quality of care provided to a client or group of clients or both. Quality of life for the client or group can occur when a new study is done. Clinical practice depends on research in order to provide good care to clients. These are just a few of the potential areas that a nursing student needs to anticipate and be aware of when developing an evidence-based change proposal.
One aspect that needs to be taken into account for developing the evidence-based change proposal is financial. There is currently a budget of A$57,000 for information technology projects over the next year. The project outlined above fits within this budget and can replace the current IT infrastructure in my department (and provide redundancy).
Working with the nurse preceptor is a very important process in developing an evidence-based change. The preceptor for this proposal is Jane Jones. In order to develop an effective change proposal, it is important to find out what aspects are affecting the patient population. There are several factors that should be considered when developing the change proposal from an evidence base.
Improving Health and Improving Quality: Evidence-based change proposals should impact all three aspects of health care. The cost of healthcare has hit a breaking point in the U.S. with approximately 17% of GDP spent on healthcare per year. By addressing the needs and wants of patients, we can potentially help reduce hospitalization rates, the ultimate goal being to avoid preventable deaths that occur in hospitals today. Therefore, it is important to understand which particular aspects of care are most important to patients so that they can be addressed by change agents when creating innovation proposals.�
Evidence-Based Health Care involves a critical appraisal of evidence and hence, to use it in areas where no evidence exists, our student nurse needs to put in effort to gather evidence with the aim of providing evidence-based care.
i would focus on financial aspects as it will give more information to the managers of the healthcare unit.
After discussion with your preceptor name one financial aspect one quality aspect and one clinical aspect that needs to be taken into account for developing the evidence-based change proposal. Explain how your proposal will, directly and indirectly, impact each of the aspects.