Magnet recognition is an award from the American Nurses Credentialing Center

Magnet recognition is an award from the american

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Magnet recognition is an award from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, achieved by satisfying a set of criteria. Designed to measure the strength and quality of nursing care in a facility. Magnet programs boast that leaders value staff nurses, involve them in shaping research-based nursing practice, and encourage and reward them for advancing in nursing practice. Magnet hospitals are supposed to have open communication between nurses and other members of the health care team. They have appropriate personnel mix to attain the best patient outcomes and staff work environment ("Magnet Recognition Program® Overview," 2017). Leaders affect the environment by making sure units have the correct number of staff to provide safe patient to nurse ratios. Leaders that manage their unit budget effectively provide equipment and supplies that are up to date with current standards for safe care and ease of use (CDC, 2017). Nurses want to work in an environment where they are safe. Nurses want quality
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PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE 17 leadership and exemplary management style, organizational structures that support nursing autonomy and career development, with an emphasis on professional practice excellence and quality of patient care. Nursing is about caring for someone in their time of need, it is a noble profession and a privilege.
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PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE 18 References American Nurses Association. (2015). Retrieved from Castlenovo, Gina. (2003). Mary Breckinridge (1881-1965). Retrieved from CDC - Health Care Workers - NIOSH Workplace Safety and Health Topic. (2017, March 14). Retrieved from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (2017). Retrieved from Heathfield, S. M. (2017, September 7). Position Power Resides in the Chain of Command in Your Workplace. Retrieved from - 1918082 Magnet Recognition Program® Overview. (2017). Retrieved from Michals, Debra. (2015). Clara Barton. Retrieved from - resources/biographies/clara-barton
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PROFESSIONAL NURSING PRACTICE 19 Montalvo, I. (2007, September). The National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators ® (NDNQI®). Retrieved from bleofcontents/volume122007/no3sept07/nursingqualityindicators.aspx Nevada State Board of Nursing | ….protecting the public's health, safety and welfare through effective nursing regulation…. (2017). Retrieved from Petiprin, Alice. (2016). Madeleine Leininger - Nursing Theory. (2016). Retrieved from Team nursing benefits both staff and patients. (2005, December 1). Retrieved from - staff-and-patients U S Food and Drug Administration. (2017, November 6). Retrieved from
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