Examine the role of a CNO in relation to nurse sensitive indicators

Examine the role of a CNO in relation to nurse sensitive indicators

Examine the role of a CNO in relation to nurse sensitive indicators 150 150 Nyagu

NSG 6620 Discussion: Nurse Sensitive Indicators and the CNO
NSG 6620 Discussion: Nurse Sensitive Indicators and the CNO

NSG 6620 Week 2 Discussion 2

Discussion Question 2: Nurse Sensitive Indicators and the CNO

Nurse sensitive indicators reflect the structure, process, and outcomes of nursing care in a healthcare organization.Key factors influencing nurse sensitive indicators include the structure of nursing care, skill level of nursing staff, and education or certification of nursing staff.Greater quality or quantity of nursing care results in an improvement in patient outcomes that are closely linked to nurse sensitive indicators. NSG 6620 Discussion: Nurse Sensitive Indicators and the CNO

Using the readings for the week, the South University Online Library, and the Internet, respond to the following:

Examine the role of a CNO in relation to nurse sensitive indicators, such as the following:

Central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) NSG 6620 Discussion: Nurse Sensitive Indicators and the CNO

Catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI)

Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP)

Pressure ulcers

As a CNO, what process will you use for developing a nurse sensitive indicator?

Estimate the time it takes to create and approve a nurse sensitive indicator.

Comment on the postings of at least two peers. NSG 6620 Discussion: Nurse Sensitive Indicators and the CNO

Evaluation Criteria:

Examined the role of CNO in relation to nurse sensitive indicators, such as CLABSI, CAUTI, VAP, and pressure ulcers.

Described the process utilized for developing a nurse sensitive indicator.

Estimated the time it takes to create and approve a nurse sensitive indicator.

Justified your answers with appropriate research and reasoning.

Commented on the postings of at least two peers. NSG 6620 Discussion: Nurse Sensitive Indicators and the CNO