standards of nursing practice

stan·dards of nurs·ing prac·tice

(stan'dărdz nŭrs'ing prak'tis)
Rules or definitions of competent care; guidelines for nursing.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Review the Standards of Nursing Practice outlined in Board Rule 217.11.
The Board would be mandated to enforce and monitor safe and quality standards of nursing practice and study the conditions affecting the nursing practice in the Philippines.
For example, ISNA promotes legislation that includes language needed to protect and promote standards of nursing practice, supports nursing research, and promotes relationships within the nursing community and with the public.
The lowest level in the model represents the responsibility of the professional nurse and the professional and specialty nursing organizations to their members and the public to define the scope and standards of nursing practice.
The Committee found that the member failed to meet the standards of nursing practice regarding communication and medications administration and documentation during a night shift in June, 2015 and that he demonstrated honesty in informing his employer of his acts and omissions.
It could also lead to serving on panels for policies or standards of nursing practice at the state and national level.
The purpose of the document is to provide a framework to promote safe and optimal care of all patients undergoing operative and other invasive procedures, by promoting high standards of nursing practice through education and research.
ANA advances the nursing profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice, promoting the rights of nurses in the workplace, projecting a positive and realistic view of nursing, and by lobbying the Congress and regulatory agencies on health care issues affecting nurses and the public.
It is also defined as a performance model that results from integrating criteria with norms and is used to judge quality of nursing objectives, orders and methods." Standards of nursing practice also derive from our facilities' policies and procedures, job descriptions, and state nurse practice acts.
Russell stated that she needed to distinguish between a "so-called nurses union" and a professional group of educated nurses who meet the highest standards of nursing practice in order to safeguard the public.* She implored all the nurses in Arizona to become registered and to join ASNA so that the goal of high standards of practice would be the goal of all Arizona nurses.
* The CANNT Standards of Nursing Practice have been newly revised in 2014 and are now posted to the website.
* The nominee must demonstrate an awareness of, and adherence to, the standards of nursing practice as determined by the provincial nursing body, and the Standards of Critical Care Nursing (2009)

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