Approaches to Nursing Standards

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Patricia S. Schroeder
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1991 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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This book offers examples of how standards can guide professional practice. Describes the outcomes necessary for patient well being, and how to organize the approach to ensure that quality care is delivered.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1Making a Difference for Practice through
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The Basis of Professional
7
Frames of Reference for Developing Standards
15
Independent Standard
35
Standards As a Bench Mark of the Case Management
59
Integrating Standards into the Decision Making
75
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Chapter 7The Marker Model for Standards Development
107
Framework Application and Evaluation
131
Standards of Nursing Care Standards of Care + Standards
137
Development of the Standards of Nursing Care
143
Standards and the Professional Development
155
A Vital
157
Relevance and Significance of Valid Nursing
167
Chapter 12Legal Implications of Standards
173
A Direction for the Future
179

Documentation by Standards System
117
Framework Development
125

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