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Factors affecting quality of nursing care

Harvey Wolfe

Factors affecting quality of nursing care

final report

by Harvey Wolfe

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Published by University of Pittsburgh in [Pittsburgh] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nursing care plans.,
  • Medical care.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHarvey Wolfe, Patricia P. Breslin.
    ContributionsBreslin, Patricia P., United States. Division of Nursing.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 leaves :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18658844M

    Internal and external environmental factors affecting the performance of hospital-based home nursing care i.e., management and healthcare quality. Nursing care . Social factors play a major role in affecting health outcomes, such as illness, difficulties with activities of daily living, and premature death. This is why optimal health care must address the social and environmental factors that contribute to inequality and impact the health of under resourced populations.

    Q: How is nurse migration affecting nurses and the nursing shortage? A: We have placed some of our analyses on the topic below. Nurses on the Move: Migration and the Global Health Care Economy. -- Mireille Kingma's important book, which earned her one of our Golden Lamp Awards, analyzes the causes and effects of the explosion in international nurse migration. The factors that determine the level of patient satisfaction with pediatric care vary significantly depending on which departmental setting patients receive treatment within a healthcare system.

      19th Century Quality of Health Care Thinking Florence Nightingale A little over a decade later, in , then serving as a nurse in the Crimean War, introduced the idea of quality care in army hospitals and posited that adequate nursing care to wounded soldiers would decrease the mortality rate among them. This was the first time that the. Nursing Care Plans. During end-of-life care, the nursing care planning revolves around controlling pain, preventing or managing complications, maintaining quality of life as possible, and planning in place to meet patient’s and/or family’s last wishes. Here are 4 nursing diagnosis for End-of-Life Care (Hospice Care) Nursing Care Plans (NCP).


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Factors affecting quality of nursing care;: Final report [Harvey Wolfe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The motivation, attitudes, qualifications, and skills of management and staff in nursing homes are among the most critical factors affecting quality of care and quality of life in nursing homes.

Professionals in all fields are responsive to peer judgment. The level of quality of care was found to depend on certain contextual and intervening conditions pertaining to the broader environment, the organisation and personal factors of the nurse and patient.

Variations in patient satisfaction and patients’ feelings of vulnerability were related to the levels of care they received. The factors perceived by patients as either inhibiting or enhancing the quality of nursing care Cited by:   Factors affecting quality nursing care in primary health care by Harvey Wolfe,University of Pittsburgh edition, in EnglishPages: Options for accessing this content: If you are a society or association member and require assistance with obtaining online access instructions please contact our.

The level of quality of care was found to depend on certain contextual and intervening conditions pertaining to the broader environment, the organisation and personal factors of the nurse and patient.

Variations in patient satisfaction and patients' feelings of vulnerability were related to the levels of care they received. The factors perceived by patients as either inhibiting or enhancing the quality of nursing care Cited by:   Background: The main purpose of this study was to identify factors that influence healthcare quality in the Iranian context.

Methods: Exploratory in-depth individual and focus group interviews were conducted with healthcare stakeholders including healthcare providers, managers, policy-makers, and payers to identify factors affecting the quality of healthcare Cited by: Until then, selected better practices have been noted, with the potential to contribute to pragmatic efforts to improve patient care quality and safety in hospitals.

From a research tradition in which nurse staffing factors were primarily background variables, the study of nurse staffing and patient outcomes has emerged as a legitimate and strategically crucial field of by: A heavy nursing workload can influence the care provider’s decision to perform various procedures.

41 A heavy workload may also reduce the time spent by nurses collaborating and communicating with physicians, therefore affecting the quality of nurse-physician collaboration. 42 A heavy workload can lead to poor nurse-patient communication. 43, 44Cited by: Factors affecting patient satisfaction and healthcare quality Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance Author: Aditi Naidu.

As more people live longer, the need for quality long-term care for the elderly will increase dramatically. This volume examines the current system of nursing home regulations, and proposes an overhaul to better provide for those confined to such facilities.

The nurses mentioned essential elements that they believe would improve patient experiences of the quality of nursing care: clinically competent nurses, collaborative working relationships, autonomous nursing practice, adequate staffing, control over nursing practice, managerial support and patient-centred by: In order for this initiative to be successful it is important to evaluate factors that affect the use of EMR.

Many issues impact the implementation and utilization of EMR in health care organizations, including challenges to nurses. In the s there was dramatic growth in. FACTORS AFFECTING QUALITY ASSURANCE IN NURSING CARE. 1) Lack of Resources. Insufficient resources, infrastructures, equipment, consumables, money for recurring expenses and staff make it possible for output of a certain quality to be turned out under the prevailing circumstances.

2) Personnel problems. In summary, in spite of the recent possible improvements in nursing home quality and regulations, the quality of care provided by some nursing facilities is still problematic.

The number and type of deficiencies and complaints reported by the state licensing agencies, consumer advocacy groups, families.

y assurance can contribute to increasing understanding of the role of nursing care in determining patient safety outcomes (Rapin, J., D. D'Amour, and C. Dubois, ). Understanding the concept of quality care in nursing will result in.

FACTORS AFFECTING QUALITY ASSURANCE IN NURSING CARE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT • Quality improvement is defined as an approach to the continuous study & improvement of process of providing health care services to meet the needs of clients & others.

-Joint commission on accreditation of health care organization (JCAHO)   – The aim of this paper is to build a comprehensive conceptual model to understand and measure variables affecting patient satisfaction‐based healthcare quality., – A total of 24 articles from international journals were systematically reviewed for factors determining patient satisfaction and healthcare quality., – Patient satisfaction is a multi‐dimensional Cited by: Factors influencing nurses' decisions to raise concerns about care quality Article in Journal of Nursing Management 15(4) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Moira Attree.

The factors involved in the delivery of nursing care proved to be multiple and systemic, and reflect the need of redesign in the organizations. The impact of these factors on the labor process also became clear, in regard of the urgency for equipping nurses for management and policy decisions, as well as in negotiations for care excellence.

One of the criteria for effective learning in nursing education is Clinical competency by students. Clinical competence is the ability to effectively integrate cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills when delivering nursing care.

The aim of this study was to investigate factors that influence learning in nursing Size: KB.How Can a Nurse Promote Quality Care in their Profession? There is considerable discussion in the healthcare field about what constitutes quality nursing instance, the Institute of Medicine has defined quality care in terms of standards for populations and individuals that "increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes and are consistent with current .The Chi-square test was used to test association of variables between demographic data and the responses of midwives to factors affecting quality of care.

A p-value of p.