Ambulatory care nurses practicing at top of scope and achieving practice excellence has never been so important as it is now in the current climate of health care transformation, shift in patient volumes and the diverse needs of populations served in the ambulatory care setting.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program ® is an evidence based approach to achieving exemplary patient outcomes, empowerment of nursing, expert practice accountability and enhanced interprofessional collaboration. As more and more organizations seek to follow and apply for this recognition, both as part of a system and as stand alone ambulatory organizations, strategies for achieving the many requirements are in high demand.
This presentation will review the current ambulatory care nursing climate, describe the ANCC Magnet model and program as well as give strategies to achieve the elements required for ambulatory care nurses within it.
MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN,
Associate Vice President of Medical, Behavioral, Emergency, and Dialysis Services,
Rush University Medical Center
Assistant Director, Magnet Recognition Program,
American Nurses Credentialing Center
Credits: None available.
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