Beacon Bound: A Journey Toward Excellence

Agnew, Carolyn
April 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p112
Academic Journal
Presents an article on undergoing the process of applying for the American Association of Critical Care Nurses Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence in the U.S. Participation of staff nurses in leading the award criteria categories; Issuance of calendars to each staff member; Survey of staff members; Impact of applying for the award on the critical care unit.


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