Title Project Management for the Advanced Practice Nurse, 2/e
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Author Carolyn Sipes
ISBN 9780826161956
List price USD 75.00
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 232
Book size 153 x 229 mm
Publishing year 2020
Original publisher Springer Publishing Company
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Description:

Provides a unique framework for effective project management skills in nursing

This is the only resource designed to teach graduate-level nursing students the skills they need to be effective project managers. Using practical case examples and proven tips, the text presents step-by-step strategies for applying project management skills in varied settings and describes how to identify key concepts critical to project success. The second edition delivers new content to reflect the changing roles and responsibilities of today’s APRN and is consistent with project management concepts defined by the American Organization of Nurse Leaders (AONL) and the American Nurses Association (ANA). Case scenarios are included in each chapter to reinforce practical applications, along with critical thinking questions and activities.

The text addresses all phases of basic project management so that nursing professionals of all levels can easily apply proven processes to clinical practice. Examples and explanations of each step in the project management process are included with the added benefit of differentiating terminology used in the business operations of nursing professionals.

 

New to the Second Edition:

  • Delivers new content to reflect roles and responsibilities of today’s APRN, nurse executive (NE), and other specialty roles that benefit from the organizing framework project management provides
  • Reflects management concepts designated by the AONL and ANA Standards of Practice
  • Includes case scenarios in each chapter to reinforce understanding of practical applications
  • Provides critical thinking questions and activities in each chapter
  • Covers quality improvement projects as they relate to the DNP project

 

Key Features:

  • Serves as a primary text for nursing informatics programs and project management courses and as a resource for MSN Capstones and DNP projects
  • Presents the foundations of project management, with specific examples from a variety of roles to guide the novice project manager
  • Underscores the similarities and differences between the project management and nursing processes
  • Promotes the transition from bedside nurse to APRNs in leadership roles
  • Supplemental instructor’s manual and PowerPoints included


Contents:

Contributors

Foreword

Preface

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Section I: Introduction and Roles of the Advanced Practice Nurse

Chapter  1. Basic Project Management for Advanced Practice Nurses and Healthcare Professionals

Chapter 2. Advanced Practice Nurse Role Descriptions and Application of Project Management Concepts
(Carolyn Sipes and Susan Waltz)

 

Section II: Phases of Project Management

Chapter 3. Design/Initiation: Project Management—Phase 1

Chapter 4. Planning: Project Management—Phase 2

Chapter 5. Implementation/Execution—Phase 3

Chapter 6. Monitoring and Controlling: Project Management—Phase 4 (Carolyn Sipes and Tracy Stogner)

Chapter 7. Closing the Project—Phase 5

 

Section III: Application of Project Management Concepts and Tools

Chapter 8. Case Studies: Applying Project Management Concepts and Tools (Toni Hebda and Carolyn Sipes)

 

Index


About the Author:

Carolyn Sipes, PhD, CNS, APRN, PMP, RN-BC, NEA-BC, FAAN, is a professor for DNP and PhD programs; she was formerly a professor for the Nursing Informatics Specialty Track. Dr. Sipes has more than 35 years’ experience in management, as a director and nurse executive leader, while also teaching part time. At the executive level, she worked as a consultant for the implementation of electronic medical records (EMRs) at companies such as IBM, where she was involved in the iSOFT pilot project in England with the National Health Service (NHS), and completed her project management professional (PMP) certification through the Project Management Institute (PMI). She also is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in nursing informatics (RN-BC) and as an advanced nurse executive (NEA-BC), and she holds a PhD as well as clinical nurse specialist (CNS) and advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) licenses. She also holds eight Epic certifications for clinical electronic health record (EHR) implementation.

       Dr. Sipes has worked as a senior/principal consultant on 23 EMR implementations over 12 years for such companies as HealthLink, Healthcare Informatics Associates, Inc. (HIA), and Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, to name a few. Dr. Sipes is the president, CEO, and founder of the Center for EHR Program Management, LLC, a consulting company for the implementations of EHRs.

    Dr. Sipes started her nursing career as a BSN nurse, working in neurology/ neurosurgery, then completed her MSN and CNS in Chicago, and then worked as a pediatric CNS and as an NIH study coordinator for pediatric AIDS. She received an NIH fellowship to complete her doctoral studies in HIV/AIDS at Rush University, Chicago. During this time, she also worked as a director of outcomes research and designed the Medical Outcomes System Assessment (MOS) tool to evaluate physical functional assessments for subacute care organizations. Her dissertation on male caregivers who provided care for their partners with HIV/AIDS has been published and updated numerous times. During this time, she also served as the vice president of an HIV/AIDS clinic in Chicago. After completing her doctorate, she worked as a research scientist for a major pharmaceutical company, where she designed the Tolerability of Medication Assessment (TOMA) tool. The research conducted using this tool was presented at the World AIDS Conference in Barcelona, Spain. She has authored numerous publications on project management as well as informatics competencies and has presented research papers nationally and internationally, including at the 2016 Nursing Informatics World Nursing Conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
    Dr. Sipes began designing and teaching informatics courses while consulting as a full-time senior project manager/director. These experiences led her to teaching informatics full time at the master’s and doctoral levels. She has also published and presented, nationally and internationally, more than 35 nursing informatics and project management topics, including webinars at the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), and is on the national American Nurses Association (ANA) 2019 Workgroup to revise the nursing informatics scope and standards of practice. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing.


Target Audience:

This book is for graduate-level nursing students who need to be effective project managers.

 

 
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