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Dimensions of the staff nurse role in ambulatory care: Part IV--Developing nursing intensity measures, standards, clinical ladders, and QI programs



Dimensions of the staff nurse role in ambulatory care: Part IV--Developing nursing intensity measures, standards, clinical ladders, and QI programs



Nursing Economic$ 13(5): 285-294



Ambulatory care nurse executives must design valid mechanisms to support new models of nursing care delivery. Data from a national survey of practicing ambulatory care nurses can assist in this process. Research data can be used as a resource for developing ambulatory nursing intensity measures, standards, clinical ladders, and quality improvement programming. This is Part IV of a four-part series.

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