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Nursing Report 2001 (Preliminary Study for Hospital Report 2001)

January 1, 2003 | By |

The overall purpose of the Nursing Report project was to introduce and structure a nursing perspective within the Hospital Reports series in Ontario. The first project objective aimed to identify evidence-based indicators representative of nursing care. The second objective sought to gain consensus from key stakeholders and leaders in nursing regarding the relevance of the proposed indicators for nursing. The third objective focused on determining the feasibility or availability of data related to the nursing indicators deemed important to measure. The final objective was to identify whether the balanced scorecard approach was congruent with the indicators identified as essential for capturing a nursing perspective in the Hospital Report series.

Funding:
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) $125,000.00 (2001)

Investigators:
L. McGillis Hall, D. Irvine Doran, H. Laschinger, C. Mallette, & L. O’Brien-Pallas

Publications:
2003 McGillis Hall, L., Irvine Doran, D., Laschinger, H., Mallette, C., Pedersen, C., & O’Brien-Pallas, L. A Balanced Scorecard Approach for Nursing Report Card Development. Outcomes Management for Nursing Practice, 7 (1), 17-22.

Reports:
2002 McGillis Hall, L., Irvine Doran, D., Laschinger, H., Mallette, C., & O’Brien-Pallas, L. Nursing Report 2001. (Preliminary Study for Hospital Report 2001). Toronto, ON: Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto and Ontario Hospital Association/Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. ISBN# 0-7727-3604-9.