Embarking on the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® journey
1can be challenging for hospitals that are up against resistance to change. Yet, when opening a new hospital with the goal of Magnet Recognition® within 2 years, it is imperative to embed the Magnet model into the framework, design, and opening of the hospital. Regardless of the path taken, the role of the chief nursing officer (CNO) of a Magnet hospital is to be a transformational leader who supports quality patient care and excellence in nursing. Therefore, this is the exemplar journey of 1 CNO utilizing her skills as a transformational leader to propel a vision of nursing excellence into the foundation of a brand- new nonreplacement hospital with the goal of Magnet designation in 2 years.
ANCC Magnet Recognition Program.
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