Optimizing Strategies for Care Coordination and transition Management: Recommendations for Nursing Education
Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc.
The purpose of this descriptive qualitative study was to explore nurse and healthcare leaders' experiences and perceptions of care coordination and transition management (CCTM®). Four barriers emerged that added insight into the lack of adopting and integrating CCTM knowledge, skills, and attitudes in nursing education in the following categories: curriculum redesign, silos of care settings and care providers, knowledge gap, and faculty development/resistance. Recommendations and implications for education, for both nursing students and practicing nurses, are described.
Swan, Beth Ann; Conway-Phillips, Regina; Haas, Sheila; and De La Pena, Laura A.. Optimizing Strategies for Care Coordination and transition Management: Recommendations for Nursing Education. Nursing Economic$, 37, 2: 77-85, 2019. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Nursing: School of Nursing Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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