The Care Coordination
and Transition Management (CCTM) Core Curriculum text covers nine
and engagement of patients and families
and counseling of patients and families
process (proxy for monitoring and evaluation)
setting communications and care transitions
is also an introduction chapter dedicated to the transition from acute care to
ambulatory care and the critical nature of hand-offs in ensuring patient safety
and quality of care. Two chapters are devoted to technologies that provide
decision support and information systems for all dimensions of care coordination
and transition management: one focused on informatics, and one focused on
telehealth nursing practice.
text is written for nurses in all settings; from ambulatory care to hospitals,
extended care facilities to student nurses. The text is evidence-based and is
organized to include definitions, learning outcomes and objectives, a table of
knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs), and nationally-recognized core
competencies for quality and safety education for nurses (QSEN),
inter-professional collaborative practice, and public health nursing
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Core is the background for AAACN's CCTM Course, which offers 26.4
contact hours. Learn more about the course.
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