In today's rapidly changing healthcare landscape, nurses and interprofessional teams need solid project planning and management skills for developing quality improvement initiatives. That's what makes the recently published Project Planning and Management: A Guide for Nurses and Interprofessional Teams, Third Edition by James L. Harris, Linda A. Roussel, Catherine Dearman, and Tricia Thomas so timely.
The new edition guides students through a step-by-step process for developing, implementing, and evaluating projects. It also promotes value, relevance, diversity, and inclusivity in clinical care redesign, with the goal of sustainable project outcomes.
- Discussion of the interconnectivity of all project components and the clinical value of quality projects
- Identifying internal and external determinants of project and population outcomes in a global context
- Moving beyond Institute of Healthcare Improvement's Triple Aim toward the Quadruple Aim
- New chapter on Influences and Determinants of Quality Improvement Projects
- New chapter on Implementation Science and Team Science: The Value for Projects
- New chapter on Literature Synthesis and Organizational Alignment to Project Interventions and Implementation
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