This interactive self-learning module describes the concept of population health and outlines approaches to management of population health in an ambulatory care setting. The module also provides an opportunity for the nurse learner to approach this topic from a clinical perspective and apply nursing skills and competencies to three client case studies.
This interactive presentation includes audio, animated images, examples, multiple choice and text response questions.
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Authors: Brenda K. Zierler PhD, RN, FAAN and Mayumi Willgerodt PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, FNASN
Audience: Nursing students and practicing RNs new to ambulatory care
Module Length: 60-90 minutes
Upon completing this lesson, the learner will be able to…
- Describe the need for and importance of interprofessional collaborative practice as a way to improve patient safety.
- Review the IPEC Competencies used in accreditation of health professions’ programs.
- Describe fundamentals and challenges of teamwork and communication in ambulatory care settings.
- Identify tools and strategies to improve communication in ambulatory practice.