Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper

Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS ON Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper The 10 Strategic Points, the Prospectus, and the DPI Project Proposal together comprise the progressive set of documents that lead to completion of the learner’s Final DPI Project. Each of these documents incorporates a set of strategic points that need to be clear, simple, correct, and aligned to ensure the proposal and final DPI project each learner submits throughout the project development process will be achievable, valuable, and credible. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Note: This completed assignment will also be submitted as Appendix A in the DPI Project Proposal in Topic 7 and Topic 8. These points must be submitted in a table formatted according to this template. General Requirements: Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment: Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Locate your “10 Strategic Points for the Prospectus, Proposal, and Direct Practice Improvement Project” document submitted in DNP-840. Or download the template from the DC network. While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to completing the assignment to become familiar with the criteria and expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite Technical Support articles for assistance. Directions: If not already completed, make any revisions and incorporate all remaining instructor feedback from prior courses into your revised working draft of the 10 Strategic Points document. Submit the newly amended document of the 10 Strategic Points to your DPI Committee to the Topic 1 assignment. The committee will review the amended draft to ensure the strategic points are aligned and that you will be able to develop a clear, defined, and achievable project. Once the DPI Chair/Committee has returned the 10 Strategic Points to you with feedback, retain this document to submit as Appendix A in the DPI Proposal assignment submitted in Topic 7 and in the Benchmark – DPI Project Proposal: Draft Proposal, due in Topic 8. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper strategic_points_rubric.xlsx _strategic_points_julie_childers.docx antecedent_and_consequence_of_nurse_engagement.pdf effect_of_transformational_leadership_on_job_satisfaction.pdf dpi_project_julie_childers.docx Course Code DNP-955 Class Code DNP-955-XODNP11 Criteria Criteria Percentage 90.0% Topic 5.0% Literature Review: Lists primary points for four sections in the Literature Review: (a) Background of the problem/gap and the need for the project based on citations from the literature; (b) Theoretical foundations (models and theories to be foundation for study); (c) Review of literature 15.0% Problem Statement: Describes the problem to address through the project based on defined gaps or needs from the literature. 5.0% Sample and Location: Identifies sample, needed sample size, and location. 10.0% Clinical/PICOT Questions: Provides clinical/PICOT questions to all of the collected data needed to address the problem statement. 10.0% Variables: Provides variables for each project PICOT question component. Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper. 5.0% Methodology and Design: Describes the selected methodology and specific research design to address problem statement and clinical/PICOT questions. 10.0% Purpose Statement: Provides one-sentence statement of purpose, including the problem statement, methodology, design, population sample, and location. 10.0% Data Collection: Describes primary instruments and sources of data to answer research questions. Reliability and validity of the instruments are addressed. 10.0% Data Analysis: Describes the specific data analysis approaches to be used to address clinical/PICOT questions. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper The statistical test(s) that will be used must be identified and must be appropriate for the level of data and the clinical/PICOT question. 10.0% Format 10.0% Paper Format (Use of appropriate style for the major and assignment) 5.0% Documentation of Sources (citations, footnotes, references, bibliography, etc., as appropriate to assignment and style) 5.0% Total Weightage 100% Assignment Title Direct Practice Improvement (DPI) Project Proposal – 10 Strategic Points Final Draft Unsatisfactory (0.00%) Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Item is not present. Template is not used appropriately or documentation format is rarely followed correctly. Sources are not documented. Total Points 95.0 Less than Satisfactory (74.00%) Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions. Template is used, but some elements are missing or mistaken; lack of control with formatting is apparent.GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Documentation of sources is inconsistent or incorrect, as appropriate to assignment and style, with numerous formatting errors. Satisfactory (87.00%) Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Template is used, and formatting is correct, although some minor errors may be present. Sources are documented, as appropriate to assignment and style, although some formatting errors may be present. Excellent (100.00%) Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. Discussion: Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Comments Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. Component is addressed clearly and comprehensively. No gaps are present that leave the reader with questions. All format elements are correct. Sources are completely and correctly documented, as appropriate to assignment and style, and format is free of error. Points Earned The 10 Strategic Points for the Prospectus, Proposal, and Direct Practice Improvement Project Introduction In the Prospectus, Proposal, and Direct Practice Improvement Project, there are 10 key or strategic points that need to be clear, simple, correct, and aligned to ensure the project is doable, valuable, and credible. These points, which provide a guide or vision for the project, are present in almost any project. The 10 Strategic Points are defined within this document and a template provided. The ten strategic points are developed in a table format, as noted below. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper The Process for Defining the 10 Strategic Points The order of the 10 Strategic points listed below reflects the order in which the learner completes the work product. The first five strategic points focus primarily on defining the purpose or focus for the project based on a clearly defined need or gap from the literature as well as the learner’s passion and specialty area focus. First, learners identify a broad topic area to investigate for their Direct Practice Improvement (DPI) Project. Second, learners complete a review of the literature to define the need or gap to be addressed, the theories and models that will provide a foundation for the project, related themes that are needed to demonstrate the learner’s expertise in the field and to define the key strategic points behind the learner’s proposed project. Third, the learners develop a clear, simple, one-sentence problem statement that defines the problem or gap that will be addressed by the DPI project. Fourth, learners identify a potential population from which sample data will be collected for the project. Fifth, learners develop the clinical/PICOT question(s) that will define the data needed to address the problem statement. Based on the first five strategic points above, learners next define the key aspects of the project methodology through the last five strategic points. The sixth point describes the independent and dependent variables. Seventh, learners determine if the project will be a qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methodology. Due to the evidence-based nature and feasibility of the DPI project requirement, most DPI projects will be utilizing a quantitative method because learners are not creating new evidence like that determined through qualitative or mixed methods. For the eighth strategic point, learners develop a purpose statement by integrating the problem statement, methodology, design, sample, and location. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Ninth, learners identify the data they will need to collect to address the clinical questions or PICOT components. This includes the © 2020. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. variables, level of measurement, and method used to collect the data (e.g., interviews, focus groups, observations, tested and validated instruments or surveys, databases, public media, etc.). Tenth and last, learners identify the appropriate data analysis, based on their project design and variables, which will be used to answer the clinical questions and address the problem statement. Criteria for Evaluating the 10 Strategic Points: Clear, Simple, Correct, and Aligned When developing a project, it is important to define the 10 Strategic points, so they are simple, clear, and correct in order to ensure that anyone who reviews them will easily understand them. It is important to align all of the 10 Strategic points to ensure it will be possible to conduct and complete the project. The problem statement must be derived from the literature or practice problem. The clinical questions must be used to specify the variables or data to be collected to answer the problem statement. The methodology and design must be appropriate for the problem statement, clinical, and PICOT question(s). The data collection and data analysis must provide the information to answer the PICOT questions. Developing the 10 Strategic Points document begins in DNP-815 begins as a two- or three-page document that can help ensure clarity, simplicity, correctness, and alignment of each of these 10 key or Strategic points in the prospectus, proposal, and Direct Practice Improvement Project. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Developing these 10 Strategic points using this easy-to-use use template ensures the 10 Strategic points will always be worded the same throughout the prospectus, proposal, and Direct Practice Improvement Project manuscript. Please see the table below regarding the development of the citation requirements expected per course. Course # of Themes # of Sub-themes Minimal number of articles DNP-815 Minimum of 2 themes (can have more) Minimum of 3 per theme Begin collecting evidence synthesis of the sub-themes (3 articles per sub-theme) o If you have the scholarly referenced article, you may begin adding them now) DNP-820 Minimum of 2 themes (can have more) Minimum of 3 per theme Need a minimum of one, scholarly referenced article per sub-theme (at least 6) DNP-830 Minimum of 2 themes (can have more) Minimum of 2 themes (can have more) Minimum of 3 per Need a minimum of two, scholarly referenced articles per sub-theme (at least 12) DNP-835 theme Minimum of 3 per theme 2 Need a minimum of three, scholarly referenced articles per sub-theme (at least 18) Value of the 10 Strategic Points Document The 10 Strategic Points document can be used for communicating and aligning key stakeholders for the Direct Practice Improvement Project. This document can be used to obtain agreement between the learner and the chair regarding the initial focus and approach for the project. The document can be used to review the proposed project with the people or organizations from whom learners need to gain permission to conduct their project, a critical step required before learners can develop their proposal. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper The document also proves useful for communicating the Direct Practice Improvement Project focus when attracting a Content Expert, as well as for reviewing the proposal with the Direct Practice Improvement Project committee and the AQR reviewers. Learners may choose to consult methodologists, statisticians, and editors in the process of developing the final manuscript from the 10 Strategic points. Examples of the 10 Strategic Points Document It is important that the 10 Strategic points are clear, concise, doable, and aligned throughout the prospectus, proposal, and Direct Practice Improvement Project. Provided below is an example of a completed 10 Strategic Points document for a quantitative project. Following the example, a blank 10 Strategic Points Table template is provided for learners to use when developing their own 10 Strategic Point documents. Example: 10 Strategic Points Document for a Quantitative Project Ten Strategic Points The 10 Strategic Points Broad Topic Area 1. Broad Topic Area: Literature Review 2. Literature Review: Hint: What would I title my project? List primary points for four sections in the Literature Review: Background of the problem/gap, theoretical foundations (models and theories to be the foundation for the project); review of literature topics with the key theme for each one; and summary. a. Background of the Problem/Gap: • Rural ambulatory clinics have had to reorganize their management structures to enhance reimbursement. • Access to appropriate health services for rural Americans needs to be improved in areas where specialists are not available (Schoenberg, 3 2012). • Telehealth nursing services can be provided through rural health clinics to support specialty clinics (Schoenberg, 2012). • Approximately 200 telemedicine networks have been established nationwide. (American Telemedicine Association, 2017) b. Theoretical Foundations (models and theories to be the foundation for the project): • GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper The Greenhalgh’s Dissemination of Innovations model (Greenhalgh, Robert, Bate, Macfarlane, & Kyriakidau, 2005) can be used to implement rural telehealth services for rural Americans. • The D&M Information System Success model (DeLone &McLean, 2003) is a framework to conceptualize and operationalize information system success. • Path constitution theory combines two contrasting perspectives on technology, path dependence, and path creation (Singh, Mathiassen, & Mishra, 2015). c. Review of Literature Topics with Key Themes and Subthemes Rural Telehealth Services: (Theme example) • Rural telehealth can improve care in burn patients (McWilliams, Hendricks, Twigg, Wood, & Giles, 2016); smoking cessation (Carlson, Lounsberry, Maciejewski, Wright, Collacutt, & Taenzer, 2011), psychotherapy (Gonzales & Brossart, 2015); cancer education (Doorenbos et al., 2011); diabetes (Holloway, Coon, Kersten, & Clemins, 2011). Population Specific Telehealth Services: • Community-based telehealth: Home-based telehealth can enhance older adults’ access to care and facilitate patient-provider collaboration, which may, in turn, improve patient self-management (Hsieh, Tsai, Chic, & Lin, 2015). • Chronically ill: Disease management needs of chronically ill patients include prescription refills, medication and symptom management, lab results, and patient education (Vinson, McCallum, Thornlow, & Champagne, 2011). • Rural Native American telehealth: Telehealth can improve health disparities in Native American communities (Kruse, Bouffard, Dougherty, & Parro, 2016). • Diabetes education and management: Telehealth education improves glycemic control (Barker, Mallow, Theeke, & Schwertfeger, 2016). 4 • Mental health emergencies can be managed effectively through telehealth services (Saurman et al., 2011). Settings: • Rural health clinic/hospital (Carlson et al., 2011); Doorenbos et al., 2011; Gonzales & Brossart, 2015; Holloway et al., 2011). • Home-based (Demiris et al., 2103). • Community center (Demiris et al., 2103). • Library (Demiris et al., 2103). • Smartphone, computer-based (Forchuk et al., 2016). Certifications: • National Committee for Quality Assurance (n.d). Disease Management Accreditation. Retrieved from http://www.ncqa.org/programs/accreditation/disease-GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper managementdm • American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (n.d.). CCRN-E: Certification for Tele-ICU Nurses. Retrieved from https://www.aacn.org/certification?tab=First-Time%20Certification • Acute stroke ready designation (Slivinski, Johes, Whitehead, & Hooper, 2017). Network Systems: • American Telemedicine Association: approximately 200 telemedicine networks have been established nationwide (Frederick, 2013). • Tablet PC Enabled Body Sensor System: a continuous real-time collection of physiological parameters (Panicker, Kumar, 2016). d. Summary • Gap/Problem: There is a need to implement evidence-based methods of improving the health outcomes of rural residents through the use of telehealth. • Prior studies: Prior studies show that telehealth improves patient outcomes in diverse settings, including rural areas. • Quantitative application: Sources of data exist to collect numerical data on the rate of follow-up with the primary care provider in rural areas. • Significance: Improving the rate of follow-up with the primary care provider will improve the health outcomes of rural residents. 5 Problem Statement 3. Problem Statement: Describe the variables/groups to project, in one sentence. A well-written problem statement begins with the big picture of the issue (macro) and works to the small, narrower, and more specific problem (micro). It clearly communicates the significance, magnitude, and importance of the problem and transitions into the Purpose of the Project with a declarative statement such as: “It is not known if and to what degree/extent…” or “It is not known how/why and….” It was not known if or to what degree the implementation of __________________would impact ______________ when compared to _______________ among ___________ (population). While the literature indicates that telehealth is an important emerging technology for rural patient access, it is unknown if the implementation of telehealth impacts the rate of patient follow up for patients living in a rural area. GCU DNP 955 The 10 Strategic Points Transformational Leadership Paper Clinical or PICOT Questions 4. PICOT Questions or Clinical Question: (P) Among adult patients in a rural care setting, (I) how does the implementation of a telehealth program (C) compare to traditional commute-for-care (O) impact rate of follow-up with the primary care provider (T) over a period of four weeks? Clinical Question: To what degree does the implementation of _______________ (intervention) impacts __________________ (what) when compared to _____________ among _____________ (population) patients in a ______ (setting) in _______ (state)? Sample 5. Sample (and Location): Identify sample, needed sample size, and location (project phenomena with small numbers and variables/groups with large numbers). a. Location: Arizona b. Population (Participants) c. Sample: 40 participants include a power analysis if appropriate. d. Inclusion Criteria 6 ? Who can participate? e. Exclusion Criteria ? Who cannot participate Define Variables 6. Define Variables: a. Independent Variable (Intervention): Telehealth program. b. Dependent Variable: Follow-up rate with the primary care provider. Methodology and Design 7. Methodology and Design: Name the selected methodology and specific design to address the problem statement and clinical questions: This project will use a quantitative methodology with a quasiexperimental design. Purpose Statement 8. Purpose Statement: Provide one sentence statement of purpose including the problem statement, sample, methodology, and design: The purp … Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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