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Discussion: Professional Healthcare Clinicians

Discussion: Professional Healthcare Clinicians

Discussion: Professional Healthcare Clinicians

Discussion: Professional Healthcare Clinicians

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Programs may be multi-disciplinary in nature, meaning that other professional healthcare clinicians may attend and benefit from the content. Staff education is usually developed to meet a need identified by an organization or clinical practice setting to improve patient care, achieve standards of practice or to meet regulatory guidelines. DNP students may not develop Scholarly Projects that involve patients, families, or pre- professional students as their target population.. It is important to understand the expectations for accomplishing a Staff Education Project in the context of the DNP Scholarly Project. Scholarly Projects related to Staff Education are aligned with the DNP Essentials. Doctor of Nursing Program Capstone Resources https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/researchcenter/osra/dnp Purpose of Staff Education

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For the DNP Nurse, Staff Education is often used to help inform and improve knowledge and skills using current evidence-based practices. Steps for Developing a Staff Education Project There are numerous instructional design models available for developing education programs. One of the most common is the ADDIE model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). The ADDIE model is discussed in chapter 2 of the Jeffery, Longo, & Nienaber required staff education textbook under required resources in this document. Planning

• Meet with committee chair to explore topic and narrow down focus to select a project that meets the requirements of a DNP staff education module

• Analyze need and establish the criteria for the Staff Education program using available existing data from site, literature, or theoretical support.

• Discuss needs and staff education program goals with organizational leadership (via informal conversation rather than survey/interview)

• Obtain a commitment of support from organizational leadership • Identify (and confirm) content expert(s) to review educational materials. • Research the literature for relevant teaching materials or content that address the

program goals. Unless literature has historical relevance, all literature should be within fives years of date of completion.

• Formulate specific learning objectives that are measurable and reasonable for the project selected • Develop the Staff Education program, including the content and the delivery

strategy using appropriate instructional methods and theoretical framework (teaching/learning, adult education, and nursing theories) Currently adopted educational materials may be adapted for use in this project with the permission of the author/s.

• Seek appropriate ethics approval at the site and through Walden IRB (see below). Implementation

• Verify the Staff Education program plan with organizational leadership and end- users via formative or iterative review

• Revise the Staff Education program plan based on formative or iterative review • Present the revised Staff Education Program to organizational leadership and