NURSING SHORTAGE PICO

NURSING SHORTAGE PICO

PICO is one of the strategies employed to identify patient problems as well as in literature search. The acronym stands for P- patient, population or problem. I- possible Intervention. C- Comparison and O- for outcome. In this essay, the P-roblem is nursing shortage which is undeniable in the US to a point where the federal government has even tried to initiate programs such Nursing Residency Programs to address the issue. The Nursing Residency Program (NRP) is meant to ensure that nurses are readily available within healthcare facilities even for night shifts to ease nursing shortages. The Nursing Residency Program is the I-ntervention, where as the C-omparison in this case would be no such program exists. The O-utcome in this case is nursing availability within health facilities 24/7 to ease nursing shortage especially in the ICUs at night.

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PICO TABLE

Nursing shortage PICO.
P-patient/problem Nursing Shortage
Intervention Nursing Residency Program
Comparison Not enough nurses within facility in ICUs at night
Outcome Reduce nursing shortage

 

PICO question

 

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…. do Nursing Residency Programs reduce nursing shortage in ICUs especially during night shifts?

References

Bleich, M. (2012). In praise of nursing residency programs. American nurse today7(5), 47-49.

Finkelman, A. W., & Kenner, C. (2010). Professional nursing concepts: Competencies for quality leadership. Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Kelly, P. (2013). Essentials of nursing leadership & management. S.l.: Delmar.

Wood, G., & Haber, J. (2014). Nursing research: Methods and critical appraisal for evidence-based practice. Elsevier Health Sciences.

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