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The authors describe findings from a survey designed to gather baseline data about changes organizations experience after implementing the Clinical Practice Model framework, and report how the Clinical Practice Model Resource Center staff used the survey findings to build the capacity of individuals accountable for implementing this integrated, interdisciplinary professional practice framework into the organization's operations." (2002) The following model has been created for monitoring the progress of the nursing staff at the MD Anderson Cancer Center MEDVACM specifically checking progress in Years 1,3, and 5.

MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER MEDVAMC

Job Performance Review Guide

EMPLOYEE

Employee Name

Review Period

Department

Manager

PERFORMANCE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

YEAR 1

YEAR 3

YEAR 5

Become familiar with your department's business goals.

Work with your manager to define and document your goals. Include what you are expected to produce by your first review, activities needed to accomplish results, and success criteria.

Make certain defined goals and criteria are realistic. Renegotiate if necessary.

Are you focusing your time on the goals you committed to? If not, either work with your manager to change your goals or reevaluate how you spend your time.

Review performance goals to see if you are on target. Reprioritize work accordingly.

NOTES/ACTIONS

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT

YEAR 1

YEAR 3

YEAR 5

Understand the specific skills and knowledge you need. Use the job profile as your guide.

Build a skill development plan based on the goals agreed to by you and your manager.

Complete the new administrator orientation.

Attend one of the sessions in the Administrator certification program. See the training resource site for courses.

Review your development plan and suggested curriculum for additional skills and training.

Attend at least one more session in the Administrator certification program.

Create a timeline with associated tasks that you will follow in order to attain the skills outlined in your personal development plan.

NOTES/ACTIONS

PROCESSES AND METHODS

YEAR 1

YEAR 3

YEAR 5

Familiarize yourself with work processes and methods used in your job. Be clear on who owns those processes and how you can support process goals.

Set clear timelines for task due dates. Keep timelines up-to-date.

Identify and eliminate unnecessary variation in the way you perform work processes.

Ensure that your work responsibilities are clear, defined, and realistic.

Get to know the people who work cross-functionality in common work processes.

Seek to simplify any work processes in order to cut cycle time.

NOTES/ACTIONS

FEEDBACK

YEAR 1

YEAR 3

YEAR 5

Understand the different types of feedback and the ways in which you will receive feedback.

Are you getting the feedback you need? Is feedback timely, specific, and frequent?

Compare actual performance and expected performance.

Are you giving feedback to others who need it?

Compare actual and expected performance.

NOTES/ACTIONS

IV. OVERVIEW OF BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO REACH 1,3, AND 5-YEAR GOALS

Budgetary requirements in meeting the goals set out in the foregoing template include funding for continuing education, training, and certification programs.

V. EXPECTATION OF THE IMPACT ON THE NURSING PROFESSION BEYOND THE ORGANIZATION

Bibliography

Magnet Designation (2006) Inside UVA Online Vol. 36, Issue 14 August 26, 2006. Available at http://www.virginia.edu/insideuva/nursing_excellence.html.

Bailey, F. Amos (2000) Balm of Gilead Center, Cooper Green Hospital Pioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies - Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

Forrow, Lachlan (2000) Palliative Care Program, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/CareGroupPioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies - Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

Walsh, Declan (2000) The Harry R. Horvitz Center for Palliative Medicine, The Cleveland Clinic FoundationPioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies (2000) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

Billings, J. Andrew (2000) Massachusetts General Hospital Palliative Care Service - Pioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies (2000) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

Lyckholm, Laurel J., Coyne, Patrick, and Smith, Thomas J. (2000) Palliative Care Program, Medical College of Virginia Campus of Virginia Commonwealth University.

Payne, Richard and Foley, Kathleen M. (2000) Pain and Palliative Care Service, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center - Pioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies (2000) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

Meier, Diane, Morris, Jane and Morrison, R. Sean (2000) The Lilian and Benjamin Hertzberg Palliative Care Institute, Mount Sinai School of Medicine - Pioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies (2000) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

A von Gunten, Charles F. (2000) Palliative Care and Home Hospice Program, Northwestern Memorial Hospital - Pioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies (2000) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

Arnold, Robert (2000) Comprehensive Palliative Care Service, University of Pittsburgh-UPMC - Pioneer Programs in Palliative Care: Nine Case Studies (2000) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Milbank Memorial Fund October 2000. Online available at http://www.milbank.org/pppc/0011pppc.html#foreword.

Grigsby, Karen (2002) Capacity Building of Leaders in Healthcare Organizations: Monitoring Organization-wide Implementation of the Clinical Practice Model. Journal of Nursing Administration 32(7/8): 398-404, July, August 2002. Online available at http://www.jonajournal.com/pt/re/jona/abstract.00-00008.htm;jsessionid=Gw3NsJwvzF7QpKxky2QpppzMDPhfp7BgCGhWfLvG2GyTFV1wc1XN!740363489!-949856144!8091!-1.

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