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Interdisciplinary Plan Proposal

A growing body of medical knowledge requires a deeper level of expertise than one specialty can provide.

A lack of structured team meetings or a disparity in the levels of education and experience among team members can make it challenging to create an nurs fpx 4010 assessment 3 interdisciplinary plan proposal plan that maximizes patient outcomes.

A change leader who uses a leadership strategy that supports collaboration can help bring more structure to care planning meetings and promote the development of an interprofessional plan.

Enhancing Quality and Safety

Typically, healthcare facilities employ interdisciplinary care teams to create comprehensive plans of action that maximize patient outcomes. However, a lack of structure in the meetings or informal communication channels can hamper a team’s ability to develop a plan that works for every patient. Medical errors such as misdiagnoses or overlooked symptoms can be costly and even life-threatening to a patient. The interdisciplinary care planning process can reduce these errors by ensuring that all healthcare team members work together in a way that views a patient’s symptoms holistically.

To address this issue, the interdisciplinary team in this scenario will use a double-loop feedback model to assess product risk and ensure quality. In order to implement the new feedback model, project managers will be required to spend a few extra hours each week, but the expected outcome should improve efficiency and quality for all involved workers. The interdisciplinary team will also nurs fpx 4020 assessment 1 enhancing quality and safety upon the research on change and leadership theories and strategies completed in the interview assessment to determine how best to encourage buy-in from all stakeholders. This can be achieved by incorporating at least one of Kurt Lewin’s change theory or charismatic leadership strategy into the plan proposal. This will help to ensure that all team members are able to commit to the project’s objective and work toward the desired results.

Root Cause Analysis and Safety

An RCA is a tool for identifying, evaluating, and correcting root causes of incidents, accidents, and near misses. Using an RCA also helps improve workplace safety by eliminating or reducing risky and dangerous conditions.

During an incident analysis, investigators preserve the scene of the accident and document all essential incident facts. They may question the injured worker, interview witnesses, and examine the accident site and equipment. The investigation should include questions about the cause of the incident, such as if the injured worker was wearing safety equipment or taking a precautionary measure, what the work environment was like, how and why the accident happened, and how the accident could be prevented.

In the collaboration approach section, you nurs fpx 4020 assessment 2 root cause analysis and safety explain one or more collaborative approaches that are most likely to help the interdisciplinary team collaborate and succeed in achieving the plan’s objective. Explain how these collaboration approaches will be helpful to the interviewee’s organization and provide relevant evidence to support your claims. Also, in this section, you must make rough estimates of the resources needed for the plan to be successful. You can reference the interview with your interviewee to determine the organization’s needs. Make sure to cite any sources of information you paraphrase in this section. Failure to properly cite references will result in points being deducted from your overall score for this assignment.

Picot Questions

The final assessment for this course requires you to examine best practices of interprofessional collaboration, change theories and leadership strategies. You will use this information to help your interviewee develop an interdisciplinary plan that will solve the issue identified through their professional interview.

For example, an oncology nurse may notice that many of her cancer patients experience fatigue. After attending a nursing conference, the nurse learns that yoga may nurs fpx 4030 assessment 3 picot questions the patient’s fatigue and decides to conduct an evidence-based practice (EBP) project on yoga’s effectiveness in managing cancer patients’ fatigue.

To formulate a clinical question to research, the nurse uses a process called PICOT. PICOT stands for patient, intervention, comparison, outcome and time. It is a way to organize the focus of your clinical inquiry and allows you to search for effective scholarly literature that will answer your questions.

RNs who study at doctor of nursing practice (DNP) programs and work in a clinical setting, begin their research queries using the PICOT process. This helps them develop comprehensive questions that will provide answers to their clinical inquiry. The more careful and thoughtful a NR 500 Week 7 Cultivating Healthful Environments is, the easier it will be for researchers to locate relevant scholarly literature on the topic. In addition, asking a well-designed question will narrow the scope of the clinical query and make it more comprehensible.