Strengthening knowledge and competencies of Nurse Managers for a Safe care environment
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- Projektleiter/in : Prof. Alvisa Palese
- Projektteam : Vincenzo Aschettino, Francesco Barbabella, Alessandro Borioni, George Efstathiou, Petra Lotto, Prof. Dr. Evridiki Papastavrou, Diana Schmidli-Waser, Prof. Dr. Maria Schubert, Prof. Dr. Renate Stemmer, Christina Ströhm, Nicole Zigan, Susanne de Wolf-Linder
- Projektstatus : laufend
- Drittmittelgeber : EU und andere Internationale Programme (Erasmus+)
- Projektpartner : University of Udine, Cyprus University of Technology, Katholische Hochschule Mainz, Tech4Care srl
- Kontaktperson : Maria Schubert
Although patient safety is a fundamental principle of health
care, a significant number of patients are often unintentionally
injured whilst receiving health care, resulting in permanent
injury, disability, longer length of hospital stay, death. Nurses
have a central role in promoting patient safety in care settings.
Nurse managers are challenged to create nurse work environments
that support the nurses in ensuring a safe and high-quality care.
To manage these challenges, nurse managers need a broad range of
To improve the quality of nursing working environment as the key
factor capable of ensuring patient safety by strengthening the
knowledge and competences of nurse managers on strategies to
minimise missed nursing care, errors of omission or inappropriate
rationing of nursing care.
Intellectual Outputs (IO):
IO1) Development of a professional toolkit including a set of tools that learners/managers will be able to use in their daily practice to review the concepts learnt, to strengthen the skills and for the evaluation
IO2) Development of the curriculum and contents that will be used in the blended learning activities
IO3) Development of the online platform including networking opportuni-ties and access to the elearning course and the live teaching course
IO4) Implementation and evaluation of the blended learning that will be tested in 20 NM in each country
Nutzen / Ergebnisse:
Exchange of knowledge among the involved five involved insitutions. Expected impact on the learners/nurse managers
(a) in-depth knowledge about the features that characterize a high-quality nurse work environment, incl. strategies to design it,
(b) better management and planning of human resources,
(c) in-depth knowledge about patient safety culture and initiating a cultural change to increase the quality of nursing care and patient safety.
Journal of Nursing Management.
Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.1111/jonm.13176