This article is the third of a 4-part quality improvement resource series for critical care nurses interested in implementing system process or performance improvement projects. Part 1 defined the differences between research and quality improvement. Part 2 discussed how nurses and managers could identify meaningful quality improvement projects that will make a real difference in their critical care unit while fitting within their time constraints and resources. Part 3 uses the recently revised Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence guidelines as a basis for designing, implementing, documenting, and publishing quality improvement projects.
Quality Improvement| December 01 2017
Using SQUIRE 2.0 as a Guide for Planning Your Quality Improvement Project
Julie M. Stausmire, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC;
Julie M. Stausmire is a clinical nurse specialist and the academic research coordinator at Mercy Health-St Vincent Medical Center, Toledo, Ohio.
Corresponding author: Julie M. Stausmire, rn, msn, acns-bc, Mercy Health-St Vincent Medical Center, 2222 Cherry St, Suite 1300 MOB-2, Toledo, OH 43608 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Crit Care Nurse (2017) 37 (6): 72–80.
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Julie M. Stausmire, Charla Ulrich; Using SQUIRE 2.0 as a Guide for Planning Your Quality Improvement Project. Crit Care Nurse 1 December 2017; 37 (6): 72–80. doi: https://doi.org/10.4037/ccn2017572
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