NHS-FPX 8040 Project Charter
Table 1: Planned Intervention Components
|Planned Intervention Components
|Provide educational seminars and training to nurses, physicians, and surgeons on cultural competency and skin cancer prevention strategies.
|Address barriers to program success, including access to healthcare services for patients in rural areas.
|Promote collaboration among healthcare staff and policymakers to foster empathy and generate innovative ideas.
|Increasing Patient Knowledge
|Conduct campaigns and awareness sessions to increase patient knowledge about skin cancer prevention strategies.
Table 2: Measurement – Proposed Outcomes
|Reduce mortality rate due to skin cancer from 7% to 5%
|Achieve an average of 5% skin cancer patients in the hospital
|Regular training sessions for staff after initial training
|Regular screening tests for early detection of the disease
|Acknowledge patients through campaigns and sessions
Table 3: Data Collection & Management Plan
|Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
|Opinions, experiences, and awareness of stakeholders
|Start from project initiation, end with project completion
|Data stored in password-protected EHR; Confidentiality through HIPAA
|Address issues like cultural competence and quality of care using demographic data
Table 4: Ethical Leadership Framework
|Ethical Leadership Components
|Quadruple Aim of the program
|Consider patient experience, population health, lowering patient costs, and staff satisfaction.
|Quintuple Aim (Extended Quadruple Aim)
|Include equity as the fifth component, addressing healthcare disparities.
|Staff Benefits from Frameworks
|Improved treatment, efficient communication, comprehension of patient requirements, job satisfaction, and provision of high-quality care.
|Consideration of Vulnerable Groups
|Address ideas and viewpoints of marginalized groups, ensuring access for vulnerable populations such as those in rural areas, facing financial instability, or subject to racial discrimination.
|Employ credible leadership styles, such as transformational or innovative, considering participant well-being for efficiency and efficacy.
|Emphasize the importance of staff training to ensure accurate information delivery and following the Quadruple/Quintuple Aim for enhanced performance.
Table 5: SWOT Analysis
|Organizational and executive support for the project
|Lack of training among staff
|Community outreach for awareness and resources
|Inadequate staff leading to increased mortality rates
|Good standing with community stakeholders
|Resistance or hesitancy among staff for training
|Unbiased and non-discriminatory treatment by healthcare staff
|Lack of knowledge among patients and the general population about skin cancer
|Training sessions for staff members
|Low quality of care due to less staff and more patients
|Hiring new staff to reduce burnout
|Staff’s inability to implement project initiatives effectively
|Awareness about the disease in the local community
|Increase in competition within the organization
|Access to external resources and training opportunities for staff
|Unexpected changes in policies or regulations that may be unfavorable for the organization
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