Presenter Information

Dena-Marie Holder

Faculty Sponsor

Mercy Bashir

Status

Graduate

Publication Date

5-1-2021

Department

School of Nursing

Description

The purpose of this systematic review is to discuss progressive and innovative ways to facilitate the best evidence-based practices through establishment of a multi-disciplinary nurse practitioner directed program to manage heart failure patients; along with providing guidance to format existing HF clinics. This will focus on: -Establishing patient-centered interventions and outcomes. -Reduce re-hospitalization risk. -Providing a better understanding of HF disease process by: -Establishing medication adherence -Promoting self-care management and -Addressing depressions and anxiety By providing tools, such as the use of telehealth monitoring along with enrollment into a NP led HF clinic, these interventions will assist patients with added support to: -Understanding their HF disease process -Establish self-care management/ confidence -Make appropriate choices while being closely monitored -With the formation of these processes, it has been proven through numerous studies, that patients will receive a better quality of life.

Presentation Type

Poster

Included in

Nursing Commons

COinS
 

Sculpting Nurse Practitioner Directed Heart Failure Clinics To Maximize Patient Outcomes

The purpose of this systematic review is to discuss progressive and innovative ways to facilitate the best evidence-based practices through establishment of a multi-disciplinary nurse practitioner directed program to manage heart failure patients; along with providing guidance to format existing HF clinics. This will focus on: -Establishing patient-centered interventions and outcomes. -Reduce re-hospitalization risk. -Providing a better understanding of HF disease process by: -Establishing medication adherence -Promoting self-care management and -Addressing depressions and anxiety By providing tools, such as the use of telehealth monitoring along with enrollment into a NP led HF clinic, these interventions will assist patients with added support to: -Understanding their HF disease process -Establish self-care management/ confidence -Make appropriate choices while being closely monitored -With the formation of these processes, it has been proven through numerous studies, that patients will receive a better quality of life.