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Executive Summary Feedback Form: 3A

Share your written proposal with your manager, supervisor, or other colleague in a formal leadership position within a health care organization. Complete the “Executive Summary Feedback Form” during the exchange and submit the document.

Executive Summary: 3B

In this assignment, you will propose a quality improvement initiative from your place of employment that could easily be implemented if approved. Assume you are presenting this program to the board for approval of funding. Write an executive summary (750-1,000 words) to present to the board, from which the board will make its decision to fund your program or project. Include the following:

1. The purpose of the quality improvement initiative.

2. The target population or audience.

3. The benefits of the quality improvement initiative.

4. The interprofessional collaboration that would be required to implement the quality improvement initiative.

5. The cost or budget justification.

6. The basis upon which the quality improvement initiative will be evaluated.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

Executive Summary Feedback Form: 3A Share your written proposal with your manager, supervisor, or other colleague in a formal leadership position within a health care organization. Complete the “Execu
5 Executive Summary Name College of Nursing and Health Care Professions, Grand Canyon University NRS 451: Nursing Leadership and Management Professor Alicia L. Shields December 6, 2020 Executive Summary This paragraph will include your intro. Be sure to explicitly state what you will be talking about. Purpose and Benefits of the Quality Improvement Initiative In this section, discuss why this quality improvement initiative is important. What is the research that validates the importance of this initiative? You will also discuss the benefits of this initiative. Target Population or Audience In this section you will describe, in detail, who the target population or audience is. Why are they the target population or audience? Interprofessional Collaboration In this section, give a detailed explanation of who or which departments you will need to collaborate with and why in order to implement the initiative. Cost or Budget Justification This section, discuss what the cost of implementing this initiative would be and justify why you should get the budget to implement it. Initiative Evaluation In this section, discuss how your project or program will be evaluated. Be sure to discuss what criteria will be used. Conclusion This section is your conclusion where you summarize what you discussed. References Here are sample references. You can use them as a template for your references. Be sure to delete them before turning in your paper. Achterberg, J. (1985). Imagery in healing. Shambhala Publications. American Psychological Association. (2017). Stress in America: The state of our nation. https://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/stress/2017/state-nation.pdf Baider, L., Uziely, B., & Kaplan De-Nour, A. (1994). Progressive muscle relaxation and guided imagery in cancer patients. General Hospital Psychiatry, 16(5), 340–347. https://doi.org/10.1016/0163-8343(94)90021-3 Ball, T. M., Shapiro, D. 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Executive Summary Feedback Form: 3A Share your written proposal with your manager, supervisor, or other colleague in a formal leadership position within a health care organization. Complete the “Execu
Executive Summary Feedback Form Student Name:__________________ Section & Faculty Name:_________________________________ Date of Interview:________________ Provider Information Employee Name : Last First M.I. Credentials: Title: (I.e. MS, RN, etc.) Organization: Phone Number: E-mail Address: Feedback Section The RN to BSN program at Grand Canyon University meets the requirements for clinical competencies as defined by CCNE and AACN using non-traditional experiences for practicing nurses. These experiences come in the form of direct and indirect care experiences in which licensed nursing students engage in learning within the context of their hospital organization, their specific care discipline and their local communities. This activity is intended to foster demonstration of skills related to leadership and management. Share your written proposal with your manager, supervisor or other colleague in a formal leadership position within a health care organization. Request their feedback using the following questions as prompts: 1. Do you believe the proposal would be approved if formally proposed? 2. What are some strengths and weaknesses of the proposal? _______________________________ _________________ Signature of Individual Providing Feedback Date Signed NOTE: Acknowledgement form is to be returned to the student for electronic submission to the faculty member via the learning management system (LoudCloud).