Structuring a life support program using evidence-based practice and the Magnet model for successful patient outcomes.

@article{Krugman2013StructuringAL,
  title={Structuring a life support program using evidence-based practice and the Magnet model for successful patient outcomes.},
  author={Mary E. Krugman and Kristin Paston},
  journal={Journal for nurses in professional development},
  year={2013},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={
          126-32
        }
}
Integrating life support activities into an acute care academic hospital structure using evidence-based practice and the Magnet Model framework provides program operations and outcomes that are cost effective, link quality to life support professional development, and demonstrate excellence patient safety outcomes. 
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