Peer review in nursing principles for successful practice by Barbara Haag-Heitman

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Published by Jones and Bartlett in Sudbury, Mass .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Nursing -- Standards,
  • Nursing services -- Evaluation,
  • Nursing -- standards,
  • Peer Review -- methods,
  • Employee Performance Appraisal -- methods

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementBarbara Haag-Heitman and Vicki George.
ContributionsGeorge, Vicki.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRT85.5 .H33 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24068741M
ISBN 100763790400
ISBN 109780763790400
LC Control Number2010003938
OCLC/WorldCa503614170

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Nursing Peer Review Definition Nursing peer review is an evaluation of professional nursing practice, including identification of opportunities to improve care, by individuals with the appropriate subject matter expertise to perform this evaluation. (Harrington & Smith, ).

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Nurses are a critical part of healthcare and make up the largest section of the health profession. According to the World Health Statistics Report, there are approximately 29 million nurses and midwives in the world, with million of those individuals in the United States.

Estimates of upwards of. Peer review is a standing tradition for the validation of scholarly work. Nursing journals that utilize peer review need expert reviewers to provide feedback to the editors to make publication decisions. The authors also benefit from the peer reviewers’ feedback. However, the tone and wording of the.

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of 40 agencies of one of the leading life insurance companies are used to evaluate the impact of both supervisory and peer leadership upon outcomes of. About the Journal. The American Journal of Nursing is the oldest and most honored broad-based nursing journal in the world.

Peer reviewed and evidence-based, it is considered the profession’s premier journal. AJN adheres to journalistic standards that require transparency of real and potential conflicts of interests that authors,editors and reviewers may have.

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Policy No. – Nursing Peer Review Policy No. Page 2 A person who is required to report a nurse because of impairment by chemical dependency of mental illness may report to a peer assistance program approved by the BON (TPAPN) and bypass review by the nursing peer review committee, but this bypass is not available if the.

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Nursing Peer Review, Second Edition, is a comprehensive guide for establishing a formal case-based nursing peer review program, including all the tools and procedures organizations need to build and manage a structure to conduct systematic evaluation of clinical care.

The book takes nurse managers through every step of the process: explaining. The Nursing Peer Review Committee comprises nursing representation from management, education, clinical prac-tice, performance improvement, and patient safety. Cases are usually referred to the Committee by nurses, but may also be referred by physicians, performance improvement personnel, or customer service representatives.

The nursing peer review. Although the concept of nursing peer review is over two decades old, it is just coming of age in the correctional nursing specialty as the newest version of the National Commission on Correctional Health Care Accreditation Standards has expanded the Clinical Performance Enhancement Program (Standard C) to include RNs and LPNs.

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For over 20 years, the Journal of Holistic Nursing has been a pioneering force in advancing the science and practice of holistic nursing and peer-reviewed journal promotes holism—a state of harmony among body, mind, emotions, and spirit —and nursing’s function within that. Peer review is the essential part for maintaining substantial standard in publishing and brings out the best possible scientific novel information from the potential authors and researchers globally.

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Every nursing department is composed of individuals serving in the variety of roles required to meet residents’ needs. The fact that there are RNs, LPNs, and NAs whose names appear together on a schedule, and who are assigned to work in a particular area of the nursing home, does not mean that this group functions as a team.

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If the profession of nursing does not focus on nurse performance— if nursing peer review programs are nonexistent or ineffective— then we run the risk of other entities taking control of the process for us. The best solution to this problem is to create or strengthen the nursing peer review.

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