Health Policy Issue Analysis Research Paper by hicaliber

Health Policy Issue Analysis
A health policy issue analysis on evidence-based practice.
# 94524 | 4,215 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Apr 30, 2007 in Education (Higher) , Medical and Health (Nursing) , Medical and Health (General)

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This paper takes a look at evidence-based practice in the nursing world. This paper both presents and analyzes alternatives that could offer solutions to the gaps and barriers to effective health care that are seen in EBP. The paper discusses the mandating of curricula that stress the issue of EBP for accreditation of college and universities, concentrating on the improving of education within healthcare institutions, and doing nothing to change the present situation.

Executive Summary
Problem Identification
Context of Issue
Social Factors
Economic Factors
Political and Legal Issues
Ethical Factors
Issue Statement
The Stakeholders Involved
Policy Goal and Objectives
Evaluation Criteria
Policy Alternatives
Comparison and Conclusion
Results Analysis

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Beu, Burke. (2002). Nursing Issues. The Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses.
  • Gardner, J. (1998). Boost for patient rights: but report doesn't gauge cost of malpractice provision. Modern Healthcare, 28(17), 3-5.
  • Hastings, D.A. (1999). Patient rights meet managed care: understanding the underlying conflicts. Journal of Health Law, 22(12), 4-10.
  • Hofmann, M.A. (2001). Patient rights bill gains momentum; Senate set to begin debate this week. Business Insurance, 35, 1.
  • Hudak, R.P. (1999). Beyond managed care: trends in managed care organizations: implications for the physician executive. Physician Executive, 25, 22-27.

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