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    NHS FPX 8040 Assessment 4 Project Charter Part 4: Poster Presentation

    Student Name

    Capella University

    NHS-FPX 8040 Project Charter

    Prof. Name

    Date

    Utilize this template for the development of your project charter, substituting the instructional text in the cells with the necessary information. If necessary, create a duplicate of this template to revisit the instructions. For each section of the charter, follow the step-by-step instructions, replacing the instructional text with the relevant details. Submit the assessment template as a single document for each assessment to facilitate the evaluation of the project’s progression.

    Part 1: Project Overview

    Current StateDesired StateIdentified GapMethods used to Identify the GapImplications/Relevance to Identified Population
    Unawareness of CAD and related complications and mortality.Enhanced awareness of CAD, its symptoms, complications if left untreated, self-management, and treatment options.Unawareness of CAD, its risk factors, symptoms, management, treatment, and prevention factors.Surveys, focus groups, and analysis of hospital dataImprove living standardsAccording to a credible resource, CAD is the most common cause of mortality among adults in the US. Healthcare services for CAD cost more than 200 billion dollars annually (Brown et al., 2022)…

    Part 2: Project Team

    TitleDepartmentRole
    Executive SponsorCardiovascular services at Vila HealthSenior leader overseeing projects
    Registered Cardiac NursesVila HealthEducating patients and nursing staff
    Project ManagerVila Healthcare organizationOverseeing project, coordinating efforts
    CardiologistVila HealthIntegral part in promoting CAD awareness
    Marketing DirectorVila HealthDeveloping and implementing marketing strategy
    Patient Service RepresentativeVila HealthFirst point of contact, recording data
    Research AnalystVila HealthCollecting and analyzing CAD data
    Team LeaderPrimary care physicist at Vila HealthCoordinating care, managing CAD in patients

    Stakeholders

    Title/Role or AffiliationConnection to the ProjectHow Affected/Impacted by the Project?Contribution to the Project
    Patients with CADPrimary StakeholdersDirectly impacted, improvement in knowledgeProvide insights through surveys, participate in awareness programs
    Government agencies: CDCSecondary stakeholdersCritical for success, funding, policy developmentProvide funding, support education campaigns, monitor progress
    Nursing StaffPrimary stakeholdersWork closely with patients and other staffObserve, communicate challenges, highlight conflicts, ensure awareness

    Communication Plan

    StakeholderFrequency of CommunicationMedium of CommunicationContent of Communication
    Executive SponsorMonthly updates, Quarterly reviewPresentations, reports, meetingsKey performance indicators, project updates, strategic recommendations
    Team MembersWeekly meetingsIn-person, social media, emails, ZoomProject timeline, tasks, deadlines, project updates

    References

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2023, March 7). CDC Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (DHDSP) Home. https://www.cdc.gov/dhdsp/index.htm

    Charalambous, A., & Kelly, D. (2018). Promoting a safety culture through effective nursing leadership in cancer care. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 36, vi–vii. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejon.2018.10.002

    Elwy, A. R., Maguire, E. M., Kim, B. Y., & West, G. N. (2022). Involving Stakeholders as communication partners in research dissemination efforts. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 37(S1), 123–127. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-021-07127-3

    Government of Alberta. (n.d.). Coronary Artery Disease: Roles of Different Doctors. https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Health/Pages/conditions.aspx?hwid=ue4694abc

    Sritoomma, N., & Wongkhomthong, J. (2021). The strategic leadership competencies of chief nurse executives in private hospitals in Thailand. Journal of Nursing Management, 29(7), 2047–2055. https://doi.org/10.1111/jonm.13361

    Van Dam, P. J., Griffin, P., Peterson, G. M., Reeves, N., Kirkwood, L., & Prior, S. L. (2020). Organizational Support in Healthcare Redesign Education: A Mixed-Methods Exploratory Study of Expert Coach and Executive Sponsor Experiences. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(15), 5308. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17155308.

    Planned Intervention
    DescriptionAwareness program in collaboration with community groups, utilizing social media, newsletters, and workshops.
    Team Members InvolvedNursing staff, cardiologists, community leaders, patients, government bodies, project manager, executive sponsor, marketing manager
    ImplementationWorkshops, community events, online resources on Vila Health website.
    Timeline12 months, monthly meetings, and community events.
    Success EvaluationPre and post-awareness session surveys.

    Measurement: Proposed Outcomes

    Outcome MeasureProcess MeasureCounter/Balancing Measure
    Increase in awarenessDeveloping and spreading educational materials through various channels.Limited participation from the target population may decrease impact.
    Increase in seeking helpOrganizing community events, workshops, and health screenings.Limited participation may hinder the expected impact.
    Adoption of healthier lifestyleConducting pre and post-surveys to assess behavior changes.Cultural differences may impact the effectiveness of the intervention.

    Data Collection & Management

    Data CollectionWhat data will be collected?Data CollectorCollection TimelineData Storage/ProtectionDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    Baseline Knowledge of CADSurvey before implementationSurvey AdministratorsPre-implementation of the projectEncrypted and password-protected electronic databasesRegular evaluations and feedback process to eliminate bias.
    Rate of ParticipationNumber of participants who cameProject ManagerWeekly during implementationEncrypted and password-protected electronic databasesTransparent communication to avoid bias, involvement of numerous analysts.
    Gain in knowledgeSurvey after interventionSurvey AdministratorPost-implementation of the projectEncrypted and password-protected electronic databasesStatistical analysis, standardized survey questions to reduce bias.
    FeedbackQuestionnaires on areas for improvementSurvey AdministratorPost-implementation of the projectEncrypted and password-protected electronic databasesNoting similarities in responses, analyzing helpful/conflicting elements.

    Ethical Leadership

    ConsiderationsActions
    Inclusion of vulnerable populationsSpecial attention to cultural sensitivity, accessible materials in multiple languages, inclusion of diverse community leaders.
    Privacy and confidentiality of participantsStrict adherence to HIPAA regulations, informed consent procedures, secure data storage, and encrypted communication channels.
    Avoidance of bias in data collection and interpretationTraining of survey administrators, diverse team involvement, regular reviews of data collection methods.
    Full disclosure of potential risks and benefits to all stakeholders, ensuring informed decision-makingRegular communication to stakeholders about the project’s progress, potential risks, and benefits.
    Continuous monitoring of the project’s impact on the community’s well-beingOngoing assessment through feedback mechanisms, regular evaluations, and adjustments to the intervention as needed.