The Program for Research in Military Nursing: Progress and Future Direction
National Academies Press, Jun 12, 1996 - Medical - 109 pages
High-quality nursing care is essential to obtaining favorable patient outcomes, no less so in military than in civilian settings. Military nursing research focuses on enhancing health care delivery systems and processes to improve clinical outcomes, to advance the practice of military nursing in support of mission readiness and deployment, and to improve the health status and quality of life of military personnel and their beneficiaries.
This volume reviews the military nursing research program of the TriService Nursing Research Program in terms of its management, funding, allocation of resources, and identification of program goals. The book also contains the results of that study and the committee's recommendations.
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Introduction and Background 11
Program Execution 51
Conclusions and Recommendations 77
Appendix A Questionnaire and Results Summary for Funded Applicants 97
Appendix B Questionnaire and Results Summary for Unfunded Appli cants
Goals for the TriService Nursing Research Program Agreed upon by the Corps Chief and Directors
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