Purpose of proposal: to improve the nursing skills and emphasize the importance of correct data collection and implementation of proper treatment following the data to patients by educating nursing students how to collect blood specimen from finger stick for test of glucose level and hemoglobin level appropriately.
The paper should have the following section titles:
Problem Description: A review of the identification and development
of the evidence-based project that can be implemented in the selected
setting; state the problem in clear and concise language.
Vision, Scope, Goals, And Outcomes: Use a clinical microsystem
approach – basic building blocks of the larger health care macro
systems – to describe the following;
o Vision/Scope – Full set of features and functions to be provided as
a result of the project. Project scope is the work that has to be
done to deliver the product.
o Goals/Objectives – Desired outcomes: Specifically state what the
project will accomplish, its purpose, its quality focus, and
viewpoint. A project goal should reference the project’s business
benefits in terms of cost, time and/or quality that address
individual and family health care needs or changes, results,
impacts or consequences the project has on people, programs or
institutions. Goals and objectives should be measurable, shared
and agreed upon by all key stakeholders. They are directly linked to
the concept of "project success factors."
Literature Review: Perform a literature review using peer-reviewed
articles and books; identify & cite all sources of data according to APA
Guidelines. Non-research literature is appropriate for some projects
such as evidence- based guidelines for health related problems, and
some procedures and policies may also be appropriate for some
clinical problems encountered in the microsystem.
Theoretical Framework: Identify at least two independent theories or
conceptual models that relate directly to the planned project.
Project Plan: Develop the project plan based on your theoretical
framework and the literature review.
o Include an environmental assessment of the readiness for change
o Develop the strategy or strategies for meeting the desired
outcomes that includes a work breakdown structure
(timeline/task list) – a hierarchical definition of the tasks and
activities of a project that normally begins with the highest-level
activities and works downward into the individual tasks.
The work breakdown structure of a project plan is generally
developed using a spreadsheet or Gantt Chart.
The spreadsheet or Gantt Chart becomes the project
timeline, identifying dates project tasks will begin, target
dates for completion, and when milestones will be reached.
o Include a project budget (table or spreadsheet) for the project
that addresses needed personnel, equipment, and/or supplies
that may have associated costs.
o Include evaluation methodologies.
o Use APA 6th edition format in writing the plan