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Dimensions of the staff nurse role in ambulatory care: Part III--Using research data to design new models of nursing care delivery



Dimensions of the staff nurse role in ambulatory care: Part III--Using research data to design new models of nursing care delivery



Nursing Economic$ 13(4): 230-241



A national survey of 606 practicing staff nurses provides the basis for a data set that delineates the desired future role for nurses in ambulatory care. The core dimensions of future practice can be used to develop new models of ambulatory nursing care delivery, such as primary prevention, primary health care, and primary nursing as well as a case management and paired-partners model. The final part in this series, which will be published in the September/October issue, will examine the development of nursing intensity measures, standards, clinical ladders, and quality improvement programs.

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