Practicum Project

Based on your Practicum Project, you will develop an abstract for a poster session that could be accepted and presented at a Walden Graduation. Review and complete the Scholarship of Practice Poster Session application located in this week’s Learning Resources

Phi Nu, Walden University Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau the International Nursing Honor Society
Scholarship of Practice Poster Session
The Scholarship and Research committee invites you to submit a Scholarship of Practice Poster for the Phi Nu
Scholarship and Induction Ceremony to be held during a Walden University Commencement. This is the Honor
Society’s open-house celebration of Walden student scholarly activities.
Call for Posters
You will be notified of the deadlines for abstract submissions for the Annual Scholarship of Practice Poster
Session by Walden University School of Nursing.
To be eligible to submit, an applicant must be:
1. A current Walden student or Alumni who is an active Phi Nu Chapter member 2. Able to present her/his poster at a Walden University Commencement
3. Project must be completed by date of poster presentation
Applicants should submit abstracts based on their Scholarship of Practice.
Practicum projects are especially encouraged. This is a great opportunity to showcase your practicum work in a
mentored environment.
Please follow the direction on the attached form and submit by the due date (to be determined).
One outstanding poster in each of the three categories per program (BSN, MSN and DNP) will be selected for a
$100 award.
Blind reviews will be completed by a panel of Walden University faculty.
Names will be removed from the abstracts to ensure anonymity of the applicant.
Persons who have been selected to participate will be notified.
Abstracts must follow the required format to be considered.
Travel will be at the presenter’s expense.

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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM:- Nursing Scholarship of Practice Poster Session
Poster presentations submitted should describe innovative projects and lessons learned in the practice of
nursing.
1. Authors’ names, credentials, and affiliations (primary and co-authors):
2. Corresponding author’s e-mail address and phone number:
3. Nursing Program or practice Specialization that best fits your poster presentation:
____ A. Nursing Education
____ B. Nursing Leadership and Management
____ C. Nursing Informatics
____ D. BSN Student Project
_____ E. DNP Student Project
_____ F Other Nursing Specialty Project
4. Title of presentation:
5. Beginning date of project: __________
6. Ending date of project: __________ (if project is ongoing indicate that here)
Please describe your project by answering items 7–14 below.
Do not exceed 500 words total in your responses.

7. Setting of project:
8. Problem addressed:
9. Objectives of project:
10. Intervention or change implemented, if any:
11. Actions and methods used to solve the problem and meet the objectives:
12. Evaluation Strategies used to determine whether the objectives were met:
13. Outcomes:
14. Lessons learned (conclusions and recommendations for practice):

 

Completed Presentation

Nursing Leadership and Management

Presentation Title: Management Styles and the effects it has on nurse retention and Satisfaction

Date of Project : August 28, 2017-November

Capstone Synthesis Practicum

Summary of Practicum project

Practicum Project Goal-To show how different types of management styles can affect nurse retention and satisfaction in the organization.

Objectives:

1. To identify, define and describe the various leadership styles exhibited within the healthcare setting.

2. To identify and understand the issues that affect the nurses satisfaction with their place of employment and how these factors affect the turnover rates.

Practicum Project methodology

Observations

Surveys

Interviews team Huddles

Practicum Project Findings

After educating Upper managerial staff it was found that

-Initially turnover rate was every 3 months with at least 4 nurses giving notices to quit.

-There was a lack of moral based on nurses felt their opinions didn’t matter.

-Nurse to patient ratio was not within standards 4:1

-Afterwards improved sense of manger to staff nurse trust

-Improved communication and nurse participation

Abstract:

Introduction: Management styles are an essential issue from both a theoretical and managerial perspective. However, success in nursing management is found in being flexible and being adaptable. One of the best ways to ensure quality of care is to recruit and retain sufficient nursing staff.

Study is conducted at a local hospital in Mobile, Alabama (Southwest Alabama)

The problem: A frequent and high turnover rate of nurses employed greater than 3 months, in which the study will endeavor to understand how nurse management styles can have a major impact on the level of workplace satisfaction, as well as the turnover rates.

Interventions: As a nursing leadership and management student I searched for solutions from a advanced student standpoint.

Initial thoughts

1. Implement a screening tool that will allow nurses to communicate their thoughts and ideas on a more frequent basis.

2. Implement a monthly rounding schedule with managers and staff nurses to promote overall moral that will ultimately lead to nurse satisfaction, and will ensure ongoing quality of care.

Methods

A case study was conducted during this study of all 12 inpatient units (n=12) at a local hospital with a bed capacity more than 100 beds. Both day and night shift nurses with greater than 3 months experience were invited to participate in the study (n=40). A primary source of data which included surveys completed and returned from nurses that agreed to participate were collected, along with one on one interviews of nurses that participated.

Team Huddles

Interviews

Observations

Surveys

Results

The findings of this study show more than half of the participants perceive their manager to have an exploitative/authoritarian management style, where this means the manager has no trust in employees. All decisions are made from upper managerial staff. Others have a perception of Laizzes Faire, in which they feel they are not really cared for.

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Initial responses to the DQ should address all components of the questions asked, including a minimum of one scholarly source, and be at least 250 words. Successful responses are substantive (i.e., add something new to the discussion, engage others in the discussion, well-developed idea) and include at least one scholarly source. One or two-sentence responses, simple statements of agreement or “good post,” and responses that are off-topic will not count as substantive. Substantive responses should be at least 150 words. I encourage you to incorporate the readings from the week (as applicable) into your responses.

  • Weekly Participation

Your initial responses to the mandatory DQ do not count toward participation and are graded separately. In addition to the DQ responses, you must post at least one reply to peers (or me) on three separate days, for a total of three replies. Participation posts do not require a scholarly source/citation (unless you cite someone else’s work). Part of your weekly participation includes viewing the weekly announcement and attesting to watching it in the comments. These announcements are made to ensure you understand everything that is due during the week.

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I discourage over-utilization of direct quotes in DQs and assignments at the Master’s level and deduct points accordingly. As Masters’ level students, it is important that you be able to critically analyze and interpret information from journal articles and other resources. Simply restating someone else’s words does not demonstrate an understanding of the content or critical analysis of the content. It is best to paraphrase content and cite your source.

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