2 edition of Quality assurance for nursing care found in the catalog.
Quality assurance for nursing care
Quality Assurance for Nursing Care Institute Kansas City, Mo. 1973.
Bibliography: p. 143-148.
|Contributions||American Nurses" Association., American Hospital Association.|
|LC Classifications||RT85.5 .Q32 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||77361763|
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The Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission (NCQAC) protects the public's health and safety by regulating the competency and quality of licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, advanced registered nurse practitioners and nursing technicians.
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Part of the Essentials of Nursing Management book series (ENMS) Abstract. In this and the following two chapters, we shall look at the various ‘off-the-shelf’ tools available for measuring the quality of care, see how they are used, discuss their advantages and disadvantages, in order to help you select appropriate methods of measurement Author: Diana Sale.
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6. QUALITY ASSURANCE • Quality assurance is an on-going, systematic, comprehensive evaluation of health care services & impact of those services on health care services. -Kozier • Quality assurance is defined as all activities undertaken to predate & prevent poor quality.
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Individuals required to complete the seventy-hour long-term care worker basic training must complete long-term care worker orientation, which is two hours of training regarding the long-term care worker's role and applicable terms of employment as described in WAC A Quality assurance implies a clear understanding of what is meant by “quality” and a valid and reliable method for evaluating the care that is provided.
(See also evaluation.) In the health care field, evaluation of practice operates within the parameters of outcome, cost-benefit, and access to the health care delivery system.
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