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  1. Wong, S. T. and Stewart, A. L. and Gilliss, C. L., Evaluating advanced practice nursing care through use of a heuristic framework., Journal of nursing care quality, vol. 14 no. 2 (January, 2000), pp. 21-32, ISSN 1057-3631
    (last updated on 2011/01/30)

    In our modification of a quality of care framework, we blended the labels of both models with respect to structure, labeling it structure/inputs. We then specified the types of characteristics in each of the 12 cells that can guide the evaluation of the areas of interest in a primary care system. The identification of characteristics of this conceptual framework and its subsequent application are important for a number of reasons. Specifically, this framework systematically organizes standardized data elements that are critical to monitoring and subsequently improving quality of care, guiding research, influencing policy, and developing nurse-sensitive patient outcomes.

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