726.10.2 : Manager of the Healing Environment
The graduate responds to unpredictable situations and events common in the healthcare environment with appropriate flexibility and creativity.
726.10.3 : The Nurse as Scientist
The graduate correctly interprets and applies scientific evidence when planning and providing safe, quality, and culturally sensitive care for patients and families.
726.10.4 : The Nurse as Detective
The graduate detects subtle changes and deviations from expected health patterns while managing the care of patients.
740.2.8 : Interprofessional Practices
The graduate analyzes the impact of new and diverse advanced nursing and care provider roles on interprofessional practice.
Nursing is a practice discipline that includes direct and indirect care activities that affect health outcomes. As a baccalaureate nursing student, you are developing new competencies in leadership, and in order to achieve mastery, you must apply those competencies to live practice experiences and situations. This Leadership Learning Experience (LLE) is designed to allow you to choose a clinical focus (e.g., practice, policy, education, population) in which you apply your leadership problem–solving skills. The LLE requires engagement with other people within the setting to complete.
You will develop a project within a practice setting that allows you to develop these leadership skills. You will identify a problem area in a practice setting that you specifically want to address (e.g., practice, policy, population, education) that aligns with organizational priorities. Example sources for the problem area may include the following:
• Practice: joint commission standards, core measures as quality indicators, other data
• Policy: legislation, staffing ratio, regulations from state boards
• Population: children with diabetes, adult obesity
• Education: future of nursing, Benner’s recommendations about nursing education
You will focus on a real-life solution for the problem. You should choose a topic that is timely, manageable, and realistic to the current healthcare environment. An external resource person (i.e., manager, clinical leader, clinical educator, policy expert, or population expert) must confirm the relevance of the selected project and your engagement in the setting as part of project completion. As with all projects, you should think how you, as a nurse, function in the following roles: detective, scientist, and manager of the healing environment.
Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. An originality report is provided when you submit your task that can be used as a guide.
You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course. JLP1 — JLP TASK 1: LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
Note: Any information that would be considered confidential, proprietary, or personal in nature should not be included. Do not include the actual names of people, stakeholders, or other personally identifiable information. Fictional names should be used. Also, agency-specific data, including financial information, should not be included but should be addressed in a general fashion as appropriate.
Note: Your submission may be in a variety of formats (e.g., report, multimedia presentation).
A. Develop a written proposal by doing the following:
1. Identify a problem or issue related to practice, policy, population, or education that aligns with the organizational priorities you seek to solve.
Note: You may need to meet with your organization or practice setting, your manager, or your supervisor to help choose a current problem or issue.
a. Explain the problem or issue, including why it is applicable to the area of practice you chose and the healthcare environment.
2. Discuss your investigation of the problem or issue.
a. Provide evidence to substantiate the problem or issue (e.g., organizational assessment, national source documents, evidence from a stakeholder).
3. Analyze the state of the situation using current data.
a. Analyze areas that might be contributing to the problem or issue.
4. Propose a solution or innovation for the problem or issue.
a. Justify your proposed solution or innovation based on the results of your investigation and analysis.
5. Recommend resources to implement your proposed solution or innovation. Include a cost-benefit analysis of your proposed solution or innovation.
6. Provide a timeline for implementation based on your proposal.
7. Discuss why each key stakeholder or partner is important for the implementation of the solution or innovation.
a. Summarize your engagement with the key stakeholders or partners, including the input and feedback you received.
b. Discuss how you intend to work with those key stakeholders or partners in order to achieve success.
8. Discuss how your proposed solution or innovation could be implemented, including how the implementation could be evaluated for success.
B. Explain how you fulfilled the following roles during your process of investigation and proposal development:
3. manager of the healing environment
C. Submit the completed attached “Professional Verification Form” from the organizational leader advising you in your leadership experience.
D. Acknowledge sources, using APA-formatted in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
E. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.
JLP1 — JLP TASK 1: LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
Nurses have central roles in improving health outcomes through both direct and indirect activities as facilitated by their leadership competencies. Nurses help to address problems in education, practice, policy, and population. In this regard, this paper will examine a nursing practice problem and its solution to improve health outcomes. It includes an explanation of the issue evidence, analysis of the current situation, proposed solution with justification, recommended resources, the timeline for implementation, stakeholders, solution implementation strategy, and the roles of nurses scientist, detective, and manager of the healing environment.
The practice issue identified is falling among elderly patients living in assisted care facilities. This practice concern is highly applicable to my practice area, assisted nursing. The senior patients living in assisted care facilities are known to be at a high risk of falling due to many factors. As such, studying this problem can enhance the efforts towards prevention and reduction of falls among seniors living in assisted care facilities, leading to improved health outcomes.
Investigation of the Problem
Falls among senior patients is a major problem within our nursing home facility. Following a thorough analysis of the organizational records, it was established that about 29% of injuries affect non-ambulatory patients, with around 40% of the residents experiencing a fall per annum. More so, about 17% of mortalities in the nursing home are fall-related…..….Kindly click the purchase icon above to purchase full solution for $15