Evaluation Of Using A Protocol Adoption Of A Bundle Care For The Prevention Of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia

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A timeframe of about 6-month test of pilot will be completed to test the feasibility and efficacy of a protocol adoption of a bundle care for the prevention of ventilator associated pneumonia. The VAP bundle protocol guidelines will be used to determine quality management and reflective data audit for all patients admitted in the intensive care unit with mechanical intubation within this 6-month trial period. Evaluation is a systematic way of checking a project’s information on the activities, and characteristics in order to make a judgement of the project. Evaluation can help to give recommendations to the project and improve by adapting the recommendations and improve future projects. Evaluation gives managers considerable evidence to support the decision process with the well documented analysis. Described methods used to evaluate effectiveness of proposed solution. In order to attain excellence in patient care, latest evidence to support care is necessary, and the outcomes of the care in nursing should show aspects of the process change (Frisch & Kelley, 2002). The purpose of an evaluation is to see if there is compliance with the intended change and measure the impact of the process change. When doing evaluation it is important to engage the key stakeholders in the process. In addition, working with the stakeholders to ensure that the training objectives align with the business needs if of far great importance. Expectations of the training should also be in agreement

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