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Project Planning and Management, Third Edition
A Guide for Nurses and Interprofessional Teams

Author(s): James L. Harris, DSN, APRN-BC, MBA, CNL, FAAN, Nursing Consultant and Professor of Nursing, Nashville, Tennessee
Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, FAAN, Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama
Catherine Dearman, RN, PhD, Professor and Associate Dean, Research and Development, College of Nursing, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama
Tricia Thomas, PhD, BSN, FACHE, NEA-BC, ACNS-BC, CNL, Director, Nursing Practice & Research, Trinity Health, Detroit, Michigan
Details:
  • ISBN-13: 9781284147056
  • Paperback    350 pages      © 2020
  • Will Publish: 9/1/2018
Price: $83.95 US List
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Project Planning and Management: A Guide for Nurses and Interprofessional Teams, Third Edition serves as a primary resource for students developing and implementing clinical projects as a requirement for course completion.  Additionally, the text also serves as a guide for faculty and preceptors who assist students in identifying clinical and management gaps as well as in initiating projects.

The Third Edition features updated content around the recent health care changes and mandates which have evolved over the past several years. The revision represents a bold agenda for discipline-specific and interprofessional practice, one that promotes value, relevance, diversity, and inclusivity in the transformation of clinical care redesign and sustainable clinical project outcomes.  

New to the Third Edition:

  • Increased emphasis on the changing healthcare environment and reimbursement for services
  • Internal and external influences and determinants of projects
  • Moving beyond the triple aim toward the quadruple aim
  • Interprofessional collaboration
  • Quality improvement tools that inform projects
  • Mindfulness
  • Project budgeting
  • Data analysis, management, and dissemination
  • Updated references
  • Multi-discipline project examples that demonstrate value and clinical relevance

 

Applicable Courses

  • Project Management
  • Evidendce-Based Practice
  • Quality Improvement
Chapter  1  KEY FOUNDATIONS OF SUCCESSFUL PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
Chapter  2  INFLUENCES AND DETERMINANTS OF QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
Chapter  3  IMPEMENTATION SCIENCE AND TEAM SCIENCE: THE VALUE FOR PROJECTS
Chapter  4  DIFFERENTIATING QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT RESEARCH
Chapter  5  LITERATURE SYNTHESIS AND ORGANIZATIONAL ALIGNMENT TO PROJECT INTERVENTIONS AND IMPLEMENTATION
Chapter  6  THE INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD PROCESS
Chapter  7  SYNERGISTIC INTERPROFESSIOAL TEAMS: ESSENTIAL DRIVERS OF PERSON-CENTERED CARE
Chapter  8  MANAGING THE INTERPROFESSIONAL PROJECT TEAM
Chapter  9  MAKING THE CASE FOR A PROJECT: NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Chapter  10  USING FINDINGS FROM THE CLINICAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT TO DEVELOP, IMPLEMENT, AND MANAGE SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS
Chapter  11  ROLE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
Chapter  12  DEVELOPING METRICS THAT SUPPORT PROJECT PLANS, INTERVENTIONS, AND PROGRAMS
Chapter  13  MEASURING THE VALUE OF PROJECTS WITHIN ORGANIZATIONS, HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS, AND GLOBALLY
Chapter  14  DISSEMINATING RESULTS OF MEANINGFUL PROJECTS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT

James L. Harris, DSN, APRN-BC, MBA, CNL, FAAN-Nursing Consultant and Professor of Nursing, Nashville, Tennessee

Linda A. Roussel, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CNL, FAAN-Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama

Dr. Roussel  is the DNP Program Director and Professor at the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Nursing. Dr. Roussel has a strong background in nursing administration, teaching, and consultation. She has been instrumental in the developing of a number of educational and leadership programs including the DNP, CNL, and Executive Nurse Administration. She serves on the ANCC Expert Panel for the Executive Nurse Administration certification exam. Dr. Roussel is very passionate about the process of systems change and translational research in the clinical setting. 

Catherine Dearman, RN, PhD-Professor and Associate Dean, Research and Development, College of Nursing, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama

Tricia Thomas, PhD, BSN, FACHE, NEA-BC, ACNS-BC, CNL-Director, Nursing Practice & Research, Trinity Health, Detroit, Michigan