Application of Professional Practice Models: Implementation

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CHAPTER 5 Application of Professional Practice Models: Implementation   KEY WORDS Implementation plan, implementation strategies   OBJECTIVES By the end of this chapter, readers will be able to: 1.  Describe the components…

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Professional Practice Models: Raising Awareness

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CHAPTER 1 Professional Practice Models: Raising Awareness   KEY WORDS Professional practice models (PPMs), models of care, professional practice model components   OBJECTIVES By the end of this chapter, readers will…

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Components of Professional Practice Models: Design

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CHAPTER 4 Components of Professional Practice Models: Design   KEY WORDS Values clarification, theoretical framework, patient care delivery systems, shared leadership, shared governance   OBJECTIVES By the end of this chapter,…

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Professionalism, Interprofessionalism, and Leadership: Commitment

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CHAPTER 3 Professionalism, Interprofessionalism, and Leadership: Commitment   KEY WORDS Professional practice, interprofessionalism, leadership, commitment   OBJECTIVES By the end of this chapter, readers will be able to: 1.  Differentiate between the…

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Person-centred nursing education

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Chapter 7Person-centred nursing education Deirdre O’Donnell, Neal Cook & Pauline Black Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK While the promotion of person-centred practice among registered nurses has been widely embraced in…

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An overview of practice development

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Chapter 9An overview of practice development Kim Manley Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Introduction Person-centred care is a philosophy that values individuals’ own unique values, personality, personal history and the…

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