The safety of staff and patients are paramount for any health care organization. With increased market competition, safety for patients and staff has become a critical component for turn-key health care, as well as a vital part of the recruiting effort in an ever-changing, demanding marketplace.
This comprehensive outline was designed to organize the properties of health care safety in the operating room, addressing the levels of patient safety concerns and placing them into a graphic to help outline policy.
As nursing professionals spearhead the cause, this model/chart can be used as a tool to support organizational leadership in creating or improving safety from the top down, for both internal and external customers.
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Since 1980, Sacred Heart has provided RN to BSN students with the most current nursing information through comprehensive and innovative courses. Now, the online RN to BSN program continues to push boundaries in health care with a degree program that fits any professional endeavor.
Today, Sacred Heart University is ranked among the top 40 schools in the North by U.S. News & World Report, and as one of the Top 10 Best Colleges for veterans. At the core of the online Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) degree at Sacred Heart are five key qualities:
- Exhibit caring in professional practice
- Demonstrate nursing practice built on nursing knowledge, theory and research as well as the ability to adapt and apply knowledge from other fields and disciplines
- Exhibit critical thinking
- Incorporate professional values, ethics, and legal aspects into nursing practice
- Value lifelong learning
SHU's nursing programs are accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education1 (CCNE), so you can be assured that your degree is relevant, recognized and respected.
Call Sacred Heart University at (877) 791-7181 to speak with an admissions adviser, or click here for more information.
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