THE IMPACT OF PPMS AND MAGNET DESIGNATION 3
TheImpact of PPMs and Magnet Designation
Professionalpractice models provide the backbone of practicing the nursingpractice. The establishment of such frameworks requires a change inthe structure and working of nurses (Kelly, 2012). To get properworkers as nurses in the health institutions, there are importantfactors to consider and job satisfaction is, therefore, a key elementof retention and recruitment of the nurses. To do this some of thechanges to be actualized are making the proper decision on settingthe values of performance and job expectations in our health centers(Simms et al., 2000).
Inthe nursing practice, some of the impacts the PPM has, is helping thenurses become committed to their work through fostering characterssuch as strong ethical values and continued self-development(Finkelman & Kenner, 2016). The process of developing suchframeworks requires considerable time and efforts on the part of thenurses. Therefore, nurses are always striving to achieve greaterlevels of excellence in their work.
MagnetHospital Designations have an impact on patient outcomes since theyare health care providers who access patient details and use thisinformation to help improve the ability to diagnose diseases andreduce medical errors (Ferguson, 2002). Being that a Magnet hospitalis stated to be one where nurses deliver the very best of healthcareand the patient outcomes are excellent, they have to have the highestlevel of job satisfaction.
Inthis form of the structure, where the nurses head data collection anddecision making, is the correct call. The idea here is to make thenurses the leaders governing healthcare since they hold the greatestaccess to the patients and gain first-hand information. They are bestplaced to help patients who require constant attendance. Therefore,nurses are encouraged to learn more about the Principles of MagnetCertification (Cowen & Moorhead, 2014).
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