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2014 Magnet® Model Components & Sources of Evidence

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Magnet Model Components and Sources of Evidence, 2014 edition
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A handy quick reference, this abridged version of the 2014 Magnet® Application Manual features key program elements

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A handy quick reference, this abridged version of the 2014 Magnet® Application Manual features key program elements including:

  • Magnet Model and its components
  • Sources of evidence used in the appraisal process
  • References
  • Glossary

This guide is a useful resource to help nursing leadership, administrators, and nurses understand the important variables that interact to create a culture of excellence, and the vital role nurses play in impacting outcomes.

Note: While this abridged version provides valuable information, if you are on the Journey to Magnet Excellence® or considering applying for Magnet® status, you need to refer to the 2014 Magnet® Application Manual for complete requirements and guidance.

The ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® is the most prestigious distinction a healthcare organization can receive for nursing excellence and quality patient outcomes. Achieving Magnet recognition is a rigorous process, but organizations seek to join this esteemed group because of the benefits and status it conveys. From initial recognition and through the renewal process—Magnet recognition is a credential that reaffirms the hard work and dedication of the entire nursing staff and reinforces the development and use of evidence-based criteria to achieve nursing excellence.

About this Book 
Published: 2013

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1: The Magnet® Model 
Statistical Foundation—The Empirical Model 
The Magnet Model
Focus on Outcomes

Chapter 2: Model Components and Sources of Evidence 
I. Transformational Leadership (TL)
       Sources of Evidence: 
            Strategic Planning 
            Advocacy and Influence
            Visibility, Accessibility, and Communication

II. Structural Empowerment (SE) 
       Sources of Evidence: 
            Professional Development
            Commitment to Professional Development 
            Teaching and Role Development
            Commitment to Community Involvement
            Recognition of Nursing

III. Exemplary Professional Practice (EP) 
       Sources of Evidence: 
            Professional Practice Model
            Care Delivery System(s)
            Staffing, Scheduling, and Budgeting Processes
            Interprofessional Care
            Accountability, Competence, and Autonomy 
            Ethics, Privacy, Security, and Confidentiality 
            Culture of Safety 
            Quality Care Monitoring and Improvement

IV. New Knowledge, Innovations & Improvements (NK)
       Sources of Evidence:  
            Evidence-Based Practice

V. Empirical Outcomes (EO)
       Empirical Outcomes Presentation Requirements: 
       SE3EO, EP3EO, EP22EO, EP23EO, NK1EO Only
       Empirical Outcomes Presentation Requirements: 
            All Others 
            Goal Statement(s)
            Description of the Intervention/Initiative/Activity(ies)
       Empirical Outcomes: Data Display Requirements:
            Data Display Requirements

Appendix: Forces of Magnetism

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