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    edited by Patricia Kelly Vana, Beth A. Vottero, Gerry Altmiller.
    Summary: "The Third Edition of Quality and Safety Education for Nurses has been thoroughly updated for students in undergraduate Associate, Baccalaureate, Accelerated and BSN completion Nursing programs. There is a chapter focusing on each of the six Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Competency areas, with content on Nursing Leadership and Patient Care Management infused throughout the chapters. The Third Edition also includes new chapters on Systems Thinking, Implementation Science, and Population Health. It includes an Instructor's manual and Powerpoints"-- Provided by publisher.

    Why This Book?
    Chapter Features
    Highlights of the Text
    Instructor Resources
    Unit I: Role of the Nurse in Healthcare
    Chapter 1: Patient Safety and Quality of Care as Measures of Nursing Competence
    Quality of Care and Patient Safety
    Drivers for Quality and Safety
    National Organizations Impacting Healthcare Improvement
    Global Advances in Quality and Safety
    The Patient Safety Movement to Improve Quality and Safety The Cost of Achieving Quality and Safety
    Recognizing Healthcare Excellence
    The Beginning of Quality and Safety Education for Nurses
    Integration of the Quality and Safety Education Competencies Into Nursing Education
    Integration of the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Into Nursing Curricula
    Applying the Quality and Safety Education Competencies in Practice
    Patient-Centered Care
    Teamwork and Collaboration
    Evidence-Based Practice
    Quality Improvement
    Nurses' Role in Quality and Safety as Direct Care Providers and Leaders Recognizing Nursing Excellence
    The Role of Nurse Leaders in Ensuring Quality and Safety
    Accreditation and Evaluation of Quality and Safety Education for Nurses Competencies
    End-Of-Chapter Resources
    Key Concepts
    Critical Discussion Points
    Key Terms
    Review Questions
    Review Activities
    Exploring The Web
    Chapter 2: Nurses as Leaders and Managers for Safe, High-Quality Patient Care
    Value of Enhancing Leadership Skills of Nurses at the Bedside
    Apply Leadership and Management Theory to Transform Nursing Practice to Improve Care Roles and Education of Nurses Leading and Managing Quality Care
    Motivating Nurses on the Frontline of Patient Care to Lead and Manage Quality Improvement
    Organizational Structures in Hospital Healthcare Settings
    Leadership and Management Influence an Organization's Culture
    Events to Mark the Advancement of Nursing as a Profession
    Professional Development and Education is a Life-Long Endeavor
    Benefits of Membership in Nursing Organizations
    Learning Systems and Innovation for Safe, High-Quality Patient Care
    Leadership and Management Skills Transfer to Crisis Management Key Concepts
    End-Of-Chapter Resources
    Critical Discussion Points
    Key Terms
    Review Questions
    Review Activities
    Exploring the Web
    Suggested Readings
    Chapter 3: Systems Thinking
    Define the Theoretical Principles of a System
    Systems Theory in Other Fields
    Define Systems Thinking
    Looking at the Big Picture
    Recognizing Patterns
    Willingness to Change
    Applying Systems Thinking to Nursing Practice
    Identify the Origins of Systems Thinking in Healthcare
    Historical Development of Systems Thinking in Healhcare
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