- •As the largest, most consistent provider of care, nurses play a pivotal role in improving care and patient outcomes at the frontline.
- •The Nursing Quality Improvement in Practice tool can be used to determine current levels of QI competence (e.g. knowledge, skills, and attitudes) and engagement of nurses in QI.
- •Strategies for increasing QI competence and engagement of nurses must be created and deployed in order to improve quality and safety.
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