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Clinical analytics and data management for the DNP

Published: October 30, 2014
Category: Reports
Authors: Sylvia ML, Terhaaar MF
Country: United States
Language: null
Type: Care Management
Settings: Academic, Hospital

New York, NY, USA: Springer.

Johns Hopkins Health Care, Glen Burnie, MD, USA

Strong data management knowledge and skills are a requirement for every DNP. This unique text focuses on fostering the rigorous, meticulous data management skills that can improve care experience, health outcomes, and cost savings worldwide. It provides a knowledge base, describes the regulatory and ethical context, outlines a process to guide evaluation, presents a compendium of resources, and includes examples of evaluation of translation. It takes the DNP student step by step through the complete process of data management, including planning, data collection, data governance and cleansing, analysis, and data presentation. Moreover, the text continues the process of establishing a sturdy clinical data management (CDM) skill base by presenting techniques for ongoing project monitoring after analysis and evaluation are concluded.
A progressive case study illustrates multiple techniques throughout each chapter, enabling students to apply what they have learned to their own DNP projects. The book features information from professors who are highly experienced in teaching CDM as well as a renowned scholar of population health analytics. The text provides very specific examples of techniques using SPSS software that is familiar to graduate nursing students. Chapters include objectives, references, and examples from translation projects to assist students to learn and apply chapter content. Appendices describe numerous tools and practical strategies compiled by the authors over several years of teaching CDM to DNP students.

United States,Outcome Measures,Resource Use,Cost Burden Evaluation

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