Influencing change in developing countries through mentoring leaders: A nursing-led quality improvement project in Peru
Patrick Albert Palmieri, DHSc, EdS, MBA, MSN, BA, AA, RN, ACNP, CPHRM, CPHQ, FACHE, FISQua, FAAN; Joan E. Edwards, PhD, MN, BSN, RNC, CNS, FAAN; Juan M. Leyva-Moral, PhD, MSc, BSc, PGC Diabetes, PGC Aids, Enf. Lic.
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Nurses are best positioned to lead large organizational-wide quality improvement (QI) projects. Although leaders at a Peruvian hospital recognized the need for QI to better serve their patients, they lacked the knowledge, skills, and resources. With mentoring and education, the nurses lead a QI program to achieve international accreditation.
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