Evaluation of Effectiveness of the Modified Stroke Scale Implementation.docx

A post education questionnaire with the same

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educational sessions and implementation of mNIHSS will start. A post-education questionnaire with the same questions as the pre-survey will be given to participants. In addition, a skills check-off adapted from the mNIHSS (Appendix B) will be provided, in which participants must achieve 100 percent competency. Participant who fail to obtain 100 percent in skills checkoff will get one chance to repeat the checkoff and second failure will require to them to repeat the educational session for remediation and repeat skills check-off until 100% proficiency is achieved. This will incur no additional cost as time from the two nurses will be donated by the educational department, Project director, and the conference room use will be free In- Hospital. Printed materials will cost around 110 dollars for educational sessions (Fig.4). The next objective will be to increase the compliance and utilization of mNIHSS within hospital EHR that meets the Joint Commission standards (TJC). This will be done by auditing
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charts for completion of mNIHSS for a period of 6 weeks by the project Director along with the two Stroke Nurse Educators and will also not incur any extra cost as time will be donated(Fig.4). The third objective will be establishing long-term sustainability through continuing education regarding stroke assessment as well as the use of the mNIHSS for stroke evaluation for current nurses and new hires. This will be done through a creation of challenged based learning on Ulearn, train-the-trainer sessions, and skills checkoffs via the assistance of the Quality department, UHeatlh Stroke and Neurological Surgery Divisions, Nursing Professional Practice, and Organizational Learning department. This pilot program will be done to improve quality and efficiency of stroke assessment among nurses. The objectives and measures that will be evaluated for this project are listed on the table below.
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