Abstract must be on seperate page or slide.
Poster must build on the paper I submitted a couple weeks ago, paper is attached, file labeled: ImplementationChangeStrategyU6A1FINAL
Quality Improvement Presentation Poster
As a master’s-level nurse you will be responsible for promoting equitable quality of care. In the biopsychosocial (BPS) model of care, there are a number of areas where you can have an impact on improving the quality, safety, and equitability of care. One example area where equitable quality of care is an issue is with medications, especially considering the cost of various medications to treat the same condition versus the effectiveness and potential side-effects of the medications. A further pharmacological concern for safe and quality care is medication errors. This could include considerations like a patient getting the wrong medication or a dangerous interaction due to other aspects of a patient’s health and treatment situation. An example could be vitamin or herbal supplements the patient has not disclosed as part of the medication reconciliation process.
For this assignment, you may take any number of approaches. Two suggestions are:
Build upon the clinical issue that was the focus of your Unit 6 Change Strategy and Implementation assignment, and turn it into a full, organization- or community-wide quality improvement (QI) initiative.
Or, identify a new issue related to a BPS clinical issue, or a clinical issue related to one of the conditions, disorders, or diseases from the Review of Evidence for Treating Specific Disordersâ€‹ discussion in Unit 1. The focus here should be on a community rather than on a specific patient or health care setting.
As a master’s-level nurse, your specific focus is on reviewing the implications of the data relevant to the clinical issue you are trying to address. Once you research this, review the aggregate data, and understand the BPS considerations relevant to the clinical issue, you can suggest strategies for improving the quality, equitability, and safety of care around the issue. You should act as an advocate for the value and need to pursue quality improvements to leadership and executives, as well as be able to present potential projects to a wide range of colleagues and community stakeholders.
Create an abstract and a poster for a presentation to executive-level leadership of the organization, to the community, or to your colleagues that will sell them on your quality improvement plan.
Your abstract should be 100–250 words.
It should summarize the key information in your poster.
Do not put your abstract on the poster itself; submit it as a separate document. Or, if you are using PowerPoint to help create your poster, create a new slide that is clearly labeled as your abstract.
Your poster should include the following sections:
Quality Improvement Methods.
Evidence Supporting QI Methods.
Change Strategy Foundation.
Interprofessional Team Benefits.
Overall Project Benefits.
There are templates in PowerPoint or on the Internet that can help you get a start designing your poster.
The bullet points below correspond to the grading criteria in the scoring guide. Be sure that your presentation addresses all of the bullets below. You may also want to read the Quality Improvement Presentation Poster scoring guide and Guiding Questions: Quality Improvement Presentation Poster to better understand how each grading criterion will be assessed.
Propose quality improvement methods to promote continuous improvement related to a specific biopsychosocial consideration.
Evaluate specific evidence that supports the quality improvement methods proposed.
Explain how the project is grounded in successful change strategies.
Analyze the way in which interprofessional teamwork will improve the effectiveness or efficiency of the quality improvement project.
Communicate quality improvement considerations to relevant stakeholders in a way that is clear, concise, and compelling for the audience.
Integrate relevant sources to support assertions, correctly formatting citations and references using current APA style.
Example assignment: You may use the assignment example, linked in the Resources, to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like.
Length of submission:
Abstract: 100–250 words. Your abstract should be succinct and precise.
Poster: Make sure your poster fits entirely onto a single poster template page (or slide) and contains all of the sections described in the assignment instructions.
Number of references: Cite a minimum of 5–7 sources of scholarly or professional evidence that support your considerations and plans. Resources should be no more than five years old.
APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style.
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