Project Planning and Management: A Guide for CNLs, DNPs and Nurse Executives provides a step-by-step approach to developing, implementing and evaluating a project plan. This book serves as a guide to refining the idea or question, reviewing relevant evidence to support a best practice intervention, and outlining process dynamics, outcomes management and evaluation strategies. Features throughout the text include chapter objectives, key terms, summaries, evidence-based examples, boxed articles, case studies, review questions, as well as power point presentations and exam questions. This is the perfect resource for capstone courses and field studies as well as an ideal reference for professionals.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 From Project Planning to Program Management
Chapter 2 Foundations of Project Planning and Program Management
Chapter 3 Requisite Competencies and Skills for Effective Project Planning and Program Management
Chapter 4 Team Power and Synergy: Project Planning and Program Management Essentials
Chapter 5 Planning a Project for Implementation
Chapter 6 The Needs Assessment: Foundations for Clinical Application
Chapter 7 Implementing a Project
Chapter 8 The Role of Information Technology and The Enterprise In Project Planning and Implementation
Chapter 9 Developing Metrics That Support Projects and Programs
Chapter 10 Measuring the Value of Projects within Organizations
Chapter 11 Evaluating Project Outcomes
Chapter 12 Disseminating Results as a Mechanism for Sustaining Innovation
Chapter 13 Voices From the Field: Executive Nurse Administration, Clinical Nurse Leader, and Doctor of Nursing Practice Project Examples, Assignments; and, Conservations with Professors of Nursing
Chapter 14 Voices From the Field: Best Project Plans from Practice
About the Author(s)
James L. Harris, DSN, APRN-BC, MBA, FAAN-Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Office of Nursing Services (108), Washington, Washington D.C.
Linda Roussel, DSN, RN, NEA-BC, CNL-University of South Alabama - College of Nursing, Alabama
Dr. Roussel has over 30 years of nursing experience including administration, consultation, teaching, and clinical practice. She was a student of Dr. Russell Swansburg. In addition to teaching nursing administration at the graduate level, Dr. Roussel also has her own private case management practice.
Sandra Walters, DNP, RN
Catherine Dearman, RN, PhD-Professor and Associate Dean, Research and Development, College of Nursing, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama