You will need to help complete the attached document titled “The 10 Strategic Points.”

A completed sample is also attached 

TOPIC: Measuring the Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic Among Health Care Workers: An Evidence-Based Intervention

The Direct Practice Improvement (DPI) Project incorporates 10 key or strategic points that need to be clear, simple, correct, and aligned to ensure the project is doable, valuable, and credible. These points, which provide a guide or vision for the project, are present in almost any research. These 10 points are defined and instructions for completion of the DPI Project Milestone: Outline of 10 Strategic Points assignment are provided in the “10 Strategic Points” resource located in the DC Network.

General Requirements:

Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment:

  • Doctoral learners are required to use the current APA style for their writing assignments. 
  • You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite for similarity and plagiarism

Directions:

  1. Access the DC Network and download “10 Strategic Points.” (ATTACHED).
  2. Complete the table.

The 10 Strategic Points for the Prospectus and Direct Practice Improvement Project

Introduction

In the Direct Practice Improvement (DPI) Project, there are 10 key or strategic points that need to be clear, simple, correct, and aligned to ensure the project is doable, valuable, and credible. These points, which provide a guide or vision for the project. The 10 Strategic Points are defined within this document and a template provided. The ten strategic points are developed in a table format, as noted below.

The Process for Defining the 10 Strategic Points

The order of the 10 Strategic points listed below reflects the order in which the learner completes the work product. The first five strategic points focus primarily on defining the purpose or focus for the project based on a clearly defined need or gap from the project site.

Criteria for Evaluating the 10 Strategic Points: Clear, Simple, Correct, and Aligned

When developing a project, it is important to define the 10 Strategic points, so they are simple, clear, and correct in order to ensure that anyone who reviews them will easily understand the quality improvement project. It is important to align
all of the 10 Strategic points to ensure it will be possible to conduct and complete the project.

Developing the 10 Strategic Points document begins in DNP-815A begins as a three-page document that can help ensure clarity, simplicity, correctness, and alignment of each of these 10 Strategic Points in the Direct Practice Improvement Project. This document is integral to learner success in the project courses. Therefore constant updates should be made through each course as you develop the project. Please see the table below regarding the development of the citation requirements expected per course.

Course

Minimal number of articles

DNP-801A

Begin collecting original research to support the evidence-based practice intervention found in the research or clinical practice guidelines.


MUST have 2 original research articles from the USA (or Canada if Canadian student) to support the intervention within five years of your graduation date.

DNP-815A


Must have a total of 5 original research articles:


MUST have 2 original research articles from the USA (or Canada if Canadian student)to support the intervention within five years of your graduation date. Other 3 research articles may be added from US, Canada, UK, Denmark, India, New Zealand, Germany, or Australia.

DNP-820A


Must have a total of

Ten Strategic Points: Direct Practice Improvement Project



Beverly Holland



Grand Canyon University: DNP 960

Running head: TEN STRATEGIC POINTS: DIRECT PRACTICE IMPROVEMENT 1

TEN STRATEGIC POINTS: DIRECT PRACTICE IMPROVEMENT 24

September 8, 2020


Ten Strategic Points: Direct Practice Improvement Project

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Ten Strategic Points: Direct Practice Improvement Project

The 10 Strategic Points

Broad Topic Area

1. Broad Topic Area/Title of Project:


The Impact of the Implementation of Code-Blue Nurse Champions for Cardiac Arrest

Literature Review

2. Literature Review:

a. Background of the Problem/Gap:

Cardiovascular disease is the primary cause of death resulting in 840, 768 in 2017, with 379, 133 deaths due to cardiac arrest (Varini et al., 2019). The American Heart Association’s (AHA) 2020 Impact Goals are to improve the cardiovascular health (CVH) of all Americans by 20% while reducing deaths attributable to CVDs and stroke by 20% (Varani et al., 2020). An estimated 209,000 in-hospital cardiac arrests (IHCA) occur each year in the United States (US), the survival rate of 24% (Andersen, Holmberg, Berg, Donnino, & Granfeldt, 2019). Key elements of success include early identification of at-risk patients combined with timely interventions to prevent deterioration of cardiac arrest. Such identification might occur through an early warning system triggered by specific vital sign abnormalities, a scoring system based on multi


TOPIC: DPI Project Milestone : Outline of 10 Strategic Points

Professor’s Feedback/Comments

· You will have to redo this paper with a new project. Your project does not follow the PICOT template as it must be a direct intervention on patients with a measurable outcome. The mental health of the nurses due to COVID is not a PICOT Project. Let me know what questions you have.

AREAS NEEDING REWORK

PROFESSOR’S COMMENTS

Topic

· The topic is not what a PICOT should be. You must have an intervention that promotes a positive patient outcome. It has to directly work with patients, not the impact COVID has on nursing.

Literature Review

· Not all components are present. Large gaps are present in the components that leave the reader with significant questions.

· This Lit Review does not support an intervention for patients

Research

· There are original research articles present to support the evidence-based intervention. The articles are from the United States and are within 5 years of graduation date.


Approaching Meeting Expectations:
There are original research articles are present to support the evidence-based intervention.


Criteria Comments:
Need to support an intervention on patients only.


Does not meet Expectations
: One original research article is missing. The research articles fail to meet the assignment criteria overall.

Problem Statement

· Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions.


Criteria Comments:
This is written correctly, but you cannot use this topic

Sample & Location

· Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions.

Clinical/PICOT Question

· Component is present and adequate. Small gaps are present that leave the reader with questions.

· You documented your sources correctly, but they are not applicable to a PICOT Project