Topic Hospital staffing and patients not being able to have visits therefore relyinging on Facetime
Introduction

Summarize your need, target population, and setting (PO #1).
Provide a high-level overview of your intervention plan (PO #4).
Justify the importance of your need and intervention plan (PO #1).
Provide a high-level overview of your implementation plan (PO #4).
Provide a high-level over view of your evaluation plan (PO #4).

Reminder: these instructions are an outline. Your heading for this this section should be Problem Statement and not Part 1: Problem Statement.
Part 1: Problem Statement
Need Statement

Analyze a health promotion, quality improvement, prevention, education or management need (PO #1).

Population and Setting

Describe a target population and setting in which an identified need will be addressed (PO #4).

Intervention Overview

Explain an overview of one or more interventions that would help address an identified need within a target population and setting (PO #3).

Comparison of Approaches

Analyze potential interprofessional alternatives to an initial intervention with regard to their possibilities to meet the needs of the project, population, and setting. (PO #5).

Initial Outcome Draft

Define an outcome that identifies the purpose and intended accomplishments of an intervention for a health promotion, quality improvement, prevention, education or management need (PO #4).

Time Estimate

Propose a rough time frame for the development and implementation of an intervention to address and identified need (PO #1).

Part 2: Literature Review

Analyze current evidence to validate an identified need and its appropriateness within the target population and setting (PO #2).
Evaluate and synthesize resources from diverse sources illustrating existing health policy that could impact the approach taken to address an identified need (PO #7).

PART 3: INTERVENTION PLAN
Intervention Plan Components

Define the major components of an intervention plan for a health promotion, quality improvement, prevention, education, or management need (PO #4).
Explain the impact of cultural needs and characteristics of a target population and setting on the development of intervention plan components (PO #4).

Theoretical Foundations

Evaluate theoretical nursing models, strategies from other disciplines, and health care technologies relevant to an intervention plan (PO #6).
Justify the major components of an intervention by referencing relevant and contemporary evidence from the literature and best practices (PO #2).

Stakeholders, Policy, and Regulations

Analyze the impact of stakeholder needs, health care policy, regulations, and governing bodies relevant to health care practice and specific components of an intervention plan (PO #7).

Ethical and Legal Implications

Analyze relevant ethical and legal issues related to health care practice, organizational change, and specific components of an intervention plan (PO #1).

Part 4: Implementation Plan
Management and Leadership

Propose strategies for leading, managing, and implementing professional nursing practices to ensure interprofessional collaboration during the implementation of an intervention plan (PO #5).
Analyze the implications of change associated with proposed strategies for improving the quality and experience of care while controlling costs (PO #1).

Delivery and Technology

Propose appropriate delivery methods to implement an intervention which will improve the quality of the project (PO #3).
Evaluate the current and emerging technological options related to the proposed delivery methods (PO #6).

Stakeholders, Policy, and Regulations

Analyze stakeholders, regulatory implications, and potential support that could impact the implementation of an intervention plan (PO #5).
Propose existing or new policy considerations that would support the implementation of an intervention plan (PO #7).

Timeline

Propose a timeline to implement an intervention plan with reference to specific factors that influence the timing of implementation (PO #1).

Part 5: Evaluation of Plan

Define the outcomes that are the goal of an intervention plan (PO #4).
Create an evaluation plan to determine the impact of an intervention for a health promotion, quality improvement, prevention, education, or management need (PO #3).

Part 6: Discussion
Advocacy

Analyze the nurse’s role in leading change and driving improvements in the quality and experience of care (PO #1).
Explain how the intervention plan affects nursing and interprofessional collaboration, and how the health care field gains from the plan (PO #5).

Future Steps

Explain how the current project could be improved upon to create a bigger impact in the target population as well as to take advantage of emerging technology and care models to improve outcomes and safety (PO #6).

Reflection on Leading Change and Improvement

Reflect on how the project has impacted your ability to lead change in personal practice and future leadership positions (PO #1).
Reflect on the ways in which the completed intervention, implementation, and evaluation plans can be transferred into your personal practice to drive quality improvement in other contexts (PO #3).

Address Generally Throughout

Integrate resources from diverse sources that illustrate support for all aspects of the project as appropriate throughout the final submission (PO #2).
Clearly, concisely, and cohesively articulate a health care need, population, setting, stakeholders, supporting evidence, intervention, and evaluation (PO #6).
Integrate writing feedback to improve the clarity and quality of final product.