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Running head: ALL WORK AND NO PLAN MAKES FOR A DISASTER 1 All Work and No Plan Makes for a Disaster The University of Texas at Arlington- College of Nursing In partial fulfillment of the requirements of NURS 5367- Evidence Based Practice Judy LeFlore PhD, RN, NNP-BC, CPNP-PC&AC, ANEF, FAAN February 9, 2019 ALL WORK AND NO PLAN MAKES FOR A DISASTER State your proposed EB Alarm fatigue is defined as apathy to alarms due to overuse of
ALL WORK AND NO PLAN MAKES FOR A DISASTER 2 practice change, 20 points continuous cardiac monitors or desensitization to alarms associated with false alarms. The most common alarms in the hospitals are intravenous pumps, fall prevention devices, pulse oximetry and ventilators that adds to the desensitization of alarms eventually leading to be a cause for health technology hazard. Could finding ways to manage these alarms improve patient safety? The implementation of telemetry monitors in the intensive care unit as best EBP alarm management approach to reduce alarm fatigue while ensuring patients safety during their hospitalization Describe the anticipated barriers to the change process in your institution (or where the change will be implemented). Include the organization's culture, anticipated reaction to change, and your leadership
role for change. 20 points

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