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Identify a measurable patient-centered practice problem related to quality or safety and relevant to your practice setting that you will also focus on in your Capstone Paper, and post a brief description of the problem and an explanation of why you selected it. Explain how the conversation you had with the key leader in your practice setting impacted your decision to address this particular practice problem. Be sure to support your practice problem with the literature that indicates the relevance of this problem for nursing practice. Provide evidence from your practice area and describe the data that is available.
You will not be collecting any data during the practice experience project; you will use data already available to you in your workplace or other practice setting. Think about the different kinds of data that is shared with you in your work area. For example, data may include patient satisfaction scores, medication error rates, fall, CLABSI or CAUTI rates. Analyzing the data available to you is how you will identify that a quality problem exists. Data identifies potential areas for improvement, and monitors the effectiveness of any changes.
It is important to obtain baseline data before beginning a quality improvement project and to analyze results during and at the end of a project.
The practice problem must be related to patient outcomes. (
cannot be your main practice problem for the completion of the Practice Experience Project and Capstone Paper.)
Spath, P. (2018). Introduction to healthcare quality management (3rd ed.). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. Chapter 1, “Focus on Quality” (pp. 1–12)Chapter 2, “Quality Management Building Blocks” (pp. 13–34)Preview Chapter 3, “Measuring Performance” (pp. 43–46)Yoder-Wise, P. S. (2019). Leading and managing in nursing (7th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby. Chapter 1, “Leading, Managing, and Following” (pp. 1-18)Chapter 2, “Clinical Safety: The Core of Leading, Managing and Following” (pp. 19-31)