The Use of Positive Deviance to Deliver Patient-Centered Care (Record no. 723439)

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fixed length control field 120529b2012 xxu||||esm||| 00| 0 eng d
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Transcribing agency TEX
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Classification number (OCLC) (R) ; Classification number, CALL (RLIN) (NR) RT120.I5
Local cutter number (OCLC) ; Book number/undivided call number, CALL (RLIN) .G37 2012
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Personal name Gary, Jodie
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Title The Use of Positive Deviance to Deliver Patient-Centered Care
Statement of responsibility, etc Jodie Gary
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Tyler, Tex.
Name of publisher, distributor, etc University of Texas at Tyler
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2012
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Extent vii, 133 pages
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Dissertation note Dissertation (PhD) - University of Texas at Tyler, 2012.
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Summary, etc What happens when critical care nurses find themselves in situations where patient care needs are not covered by practice guidelines or standard orders or when the needs conflict with those guidelines and orders? Sometimes usual practices such as call the supervisor, call the physician, or follow the protocol just do not meet the needs of the patient at the exact time and place. Experienced critical care nurses often discuss such situations in private; however, there is little information in the literature about the types of situations encountered and the decision- making processes used in these situations. <br/> Those discussions that were once shared only in private were shared anonymously using an online policy Delphi methodology to explore the care provided by experienced critical care nurses in situations where standard practice guidelines did not fit the needs of the specific care situation. Utilizing the descriptions gained from this research, patient-centered nursing care can be understood and can lead to further exploration of the outcomes of positively deviant nursing care. <br/> The long-term goal of this research was to bring to light the care provided by nurses in situations where practice guidelines were lacking and ultimately provide some answers and support for how nurses can provide care at the beside that is truly patient-centered. The results of this project are presented here in the form two manuscripts, a concept analysis of positive deviance in critical care nursing and a research study investigating the presence and nature of positive deviance in critical care nursing.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Intensive care nursing
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Delphi method
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Uniform title Nursing
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Corporate name or jurisdiction name as entry element The University of Texas at Tyler
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Uniform Resource Identifier <a href="http://hdl.handle.net/10950/77">http://hdl.handle.net/10950/77</a>
Link text Dissertation
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Koha item type UT Tyler Dissertation
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          University Archives & Special Collections UT Tyler Online UT Tyler Online Online 2012-05-29 RT120.I5 .G37 2012 851593725 2012-05-29 http://hdl.handle.net/10950/77 2012-05-29 UT Tyler Dissertation