Achieving Top-of-License Nursing Practice

    Achieving Top-of-License Nursing Practice

    As patients require increasingly complex care, health care organizations can no longer afford to underleverage the skills of frontline nurses.

    This study equips members to adjust the structure and timing of patient care assistant (PCA) shifts to reliably deliver all elements of care; cultivate willingness to delegate by building nurses’ trust in PCA skills and formalizing peer delegation; foster interprofessional understanding of nursing’s role on the care team; and appropriately expand nursing practice to eliminate unnecessary patient care delays.

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