Table of contents for Teaching IOM : implications of the Institute of Medicine reports for nursing education / Anita Finkelman and Carole Kenner.

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How Are the IOM Reports Relevant to Nursing Education?
Influence of the IOM Reports
Implications for Nursing Education
Safety and Quality Care
Part 1: Report Summaries and Recommendations
Safety Report: To Err Is Human (1999) 
 Patient Safety: Achieving a New Standard of Care 
(2004)
Quality Care Reports: Crossing the Quality Chasm (2001) 
 Envisioning the National Healthcare 
Quality Report (2001) 
 Priority Areas for National Action: Transforming Healthcare Quality 
(2003)
Leadership Reports: Leadership By Example: Coordinating Government Roles in Improving 
Healthcare Quality (2003)
Public Health Reports: Future of the Public's Health in the Twenty-first Century (2003) 
 Who Will 
Keep the Public Healthy (2003) 
 Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic 
Disparities in Healthcare (2002) 
 Guidance for the National Healthcare Disparities Report 
(2002)
Nursing Report: Keeping Patients Safe: Transforming the Work Environment for Nurses (2004)
Health Professions Education Report: Health Professions Education: A Bridge to Quality (2003)
Summary
Part 2: Strategies for Nursing Education 
A Challenge and Some Q&A for Nursing Educators
A Nursing Response to the IOM Reports: Nursing Education Strategies
 React to the Shifting Demographics of the Patient Population.
 Recognize and Integrate Technology Competencies into the Nursing Curriculum.
 Conduct Root Cause Analysis of Errors.
General Nursing Education Issues
 New Pathways
 Clinical Nurse Leader
 Doctor of Nursing Practice
 Centers of Excellence
 Schools of Nursing and Forces of Magnetism
 Reviewing and Updating Nursing Curriculum
Part 3: Incorporating the Core Competencies in Nursing Education
Provide Patient-Centered Care
 Decentralized and Fragmented Care
 Self-Management Support
 Patient Errors in Self-Management
 Healthcare Literacy
 Self-Management and Health Literacy
 Interpreters
 Health Education and Health Literacy
 The Healthcare Delivery System and Health Literacy
 Health Literacy and Nursing Assessment and Interventions
 Patient Education
 Family or Caregiver Roles
 Consumer Perspective on Healthcare Needs
 Care Coordination
Work on Interdisciplinary Teams
 An Environment of Learning, not Blame
 Training in Teams
 A Culture of Safety
 Proactive Responses
 Safety Culture in the Healthcare Organization
 Stakeholders
 Change Process
 Need for Transparency
 Teamwork
 Nurses in Healthcare Organizations
 Transformational Leadership
 Maximizing Workforce Capability
 Promoting Safe Staffing Levels
 Knowledge and Skill Acquisition
 Interdisciplinary Collaboration
 Verbal Abuse
 Structured Interdisciplinary Forums
 Work and Workspace Design
 Design of Work Hours
 Medications
 Transfers
 Paperwork
 Physical Plant
 Contingent Workers
 Learning Organizations
 Nurse Internships and Residencies
Employ Evidence-Based Practice
 Evidence-Based Practice
 Research
Apply Quality Improvement
 Errors
 Analysis
 Simplistic Solutions
 Human Factors
 Legal Issues
 JCAHO and QI
 JCAHO Accreditation
 Changes in JCAHO Standards
 Medications and Administration: Errors
 Increased Use of Drugs
 Use of Multiple Drugs
 Medication Process
 Preventable Causes of Adverse Drug Events
 New Approaches to Medication Administration
 Effective Medication Management
 Safety in the Plan of Care
 Wrong-Site Surgery Errors
 Patient Falls
 Setting Safety Standards
 Infectious Diseases
 Surgical Morbidity and Mortality Conferences, Autopsy
 Risk Management
 Access to Care Management Programs and Guidelines
 Safety as a Competency
 High-Risk Areas
 Six Aims
 Clinical Content and Experiences
 National Healthcare Quality Report Matrix
 Priority Areas for National Action
 Care Coordination
 Adequate Pain Control
 Asthma
 Obesity
 Major Depression
 Nosocomial Infections
 Pregnancy and Childbirth
 Severe and Persistent Mental Illness
 Stroke
 Tobacco Dependence
 Cancer Screening
 Children with Special Needs
 Diabetes
 End of Life
 Frailty Associated with Old Age
 Hypertension
 Immunization
 Ischemic Heart Disease
 Framework for Building Patient Safety
 Occupational Health
Utilize Informatics
 Use of Computers in Healthcare Organizations
 Computer-Based Reminder Systems
 Access to Complete Patient Information at the Point of Care
 Clinical Decision Support Systems
 HIPAA
Summary 
Part 4: Using IOM Reports in the Classroom 
Learning Objectives
Presentations
Teaching Tips and Techniques
Issues for Further Exploration
 Current Events
 Fields of Sudy
 Cross-Cultural Education
 Future Implications
Classroom Activities
 Story Sharing
 A Case Study
 Root Cause Analysis
 Steps in Critical Thinking
 Discussion Questions and Essay Questions
Self-Assessment Tools
Questions for Reflection
Teaching IOM: Test Questions
Exam Questions
Short Essay Questions
Exam Questions with Correct Answers
Part 5. References, Readings, Internet Sites, and Other Resources
Online Access to IOM Reports
References: Part 1
References Parts 2 and 3
References: Part 4 and Glossary
Additional Readings
Additional References: Evidence-Based Practice and Research
Glossary
Appendices
Appendix A. Recommendations from the President's Advisory Committee on Consumer 
Protection and Quality in the Healthcare Industry
Appendix B. Recommendations from To Err Is Human
Appendix C. Recommendations from Crossing the Quality Chasm
Appendix D. National Healthcare Quality Report Matrix
Appendix E. Recommendations from Leadership by Example
Appendix F. Recommendations from The Future of the Public's Health
Appendix G. Recommendations from Who Will Keep the Public Healthy?
Appendix H. Recommendations from Keeping Patients Safe: Transforming the Work Environment 
for Nurses
Appendix I. Strategies and Recommendations from Health Professions Education: Bridge to 
Quality
Appendix J. The IOM Reports: Critical Curricular Content 
Appendix K. Nursing Against Whose Odds? Commentary on Gordon (2005) as an Example of 
Teaching to the IOM Reports
Appendix L. Clinical Prevention and Population Health: Curricular Framework for Health 
Professionals
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Institute of Medicine (U.S.).
Nursing -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Institute of Medicine (U.S.).
Education, Nursing -- methods -- United States.
Health Care Reform -- United States.
Professional Competence -- United States.
Quality Assurance, Health Care -- United States.
Safety Management -- United States.