Conduct a microsystem analysis of a particular practice setting (current or a specific potential practice setting where you desire to work in your new graduate practice role). If you are currently practicing, doing an actual assessment of your microsystem is the most beneficial approach to learning this process. You cannot begin this assignment until you have reviewed the appropriate Microsystem workbook (Links to an external site.)and completed the readings in Nelson.
If you are currently in a role that is accountable for a macro system then you may choose to complete this assignment from that lens and you should clearly identify that you are doing so and that you understand the difference. Make a recommendation for change to promote effective outcomes and ensure safety for individuals. Please include a reflection on how you are living nursing as caring by proposing this change. Develop a potential evaluation processfor your proposal.
the Purpose of your Microsystem
Please note that you must first conduct the assessment before you develop your interventions or response to the assessment. The assessment drivesthe recommendation for change. How did your 5-P assessment drive your Global Aim and the need for change? Assignment Directions and Grading Grid (maximum 20 points):
1. Utilize the 5-P Process to complete your assessment. You must begin by defining the Purpose of your Microsystem.(4 points)
2. Present evidence for your recommended change. Remember that the change should evolve from your 5-P assessment.(4 points)
3. Develop a P-D-S-A for your proposed change. (4 points)
4. Suggest an evaluation plan. (4 points)
5. What do you expect to be the results of this plan? What other resources might be needed to hard wire the desired results? (2 points)
6. APA, spelling, grammar and syntax do count! (2 point)
**Extra Credit: Up to 2 Extra credit points are available to students who choose to step it up and enhance their MicrosystemAssessment by using tools such as fishbone diagrams, flow charts, bar charts, pareto charts, line graphs, and run charts.