Using 800-1,000 words, discuss methods to evaluate the effectiveness of your proposed solution and variables to be assessed when evaluating project outcomes.
Example: If you are proposing a new staffing matrix that is intended to reduce nurse turnover, improve nursing staff satisfaction, and positively impact overall delivery of care, you may decide the following methods and variables are necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of your proposed solution:
Survey of staff attitudes and contributors to job satisfaction and dissatisfaction before and after initiating change.
Obtain turnover rates before and after initiating change.
Compare patient discharge surveys before change and after initiation of change.
Staff attitudes and perceptions.
Patient attitudes and perceptions.
Rate of nursing staff turnover.
Develop the tools necessary to educate project participants and to evaluate project outcomes (surveys, questionnaires, teaching materials, PowerPoint slides, etc.).
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Professional Research â€“ Evaluating the Effectiveness of the strategies in Reducing Nurse turnover Your Name November 11, 2016 Your Institution of Affiliaiton In the field of Public health, the quicker and more efficient the dissemination of information is, the better it is for the patients and the providers. However, it is also true that regardless of how practical and feasible the results of research is, there are still plenty of other factors that could affect whether the suggested interventions would be adopted of not. Adding to this problem, most of the organizer`s (individuals who are advocating for that change/response) issue regarding the dissemination of information is about how quick and efficient will it be in particular contexts (Carpenter, Nieva, Albaghal, & Sorra, 2005). Thus, I believe that to measure how useful the results of di