Using Chocolate as a Strategy to Understand Nursing Outcomes
Are you confident you know the difference between a process outcome and an empirical outcome? Nurses have an inherent desire to improve patient outcomes, their professional nursing practice and their practice environment. When organizations are immersed in quality improvement projects, a lot of attention is placed on auditing, collecting data and monitoring for compliance. While those performance improvement methodologies are important for assessing for cracks in structures and processes of quality systems, they don’t always demonstrate empirical outcomes.
This professional development activity focuses on understanding the difference between process outcomes and empirical outcomes. This session is interactive and offers strategies for moving from process outcomes to empirical outcomes when writing narratives.
Additionally, this course qualifies for ONE contact hour, or you can also select to download a letter of attendance.
- Please note: The expiration date to receive credit for viewing this resource is February 11, 2022.
This session is jointly provided by Walden University and HealthLinx. The planners and presenters of this nursing continuing professional development activity disclose that there are no relevant financial relationships (those held by the planner or significant other, currently or within the last 12 months) with commercial interests.
Walden University is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.