The purpose of this descriptive qualitative study was to explore nurse and healthcare leaders' experiences and perceptions of care coordination and transition management (CCTM®). Four barriers emerged that added insight into the lack of adopting and integrating CCTM knowledge, skills, and attitudes in nursing education in the following categories: curriculum redesign, silos of care settings and care providers, knowledge gap, and faculty development/resistance. Recommendations and implications for education, for both nursing students and practicing nurses, are described.
Recommended CitationSwan, Beth Ann; Conway-Phillips, Regina; Haas, Sheila; and De La Pena, Laura, "Optimizing Strategies for Care Coordination and Transition Management: Recommendations for Nursing Education" (2019). College of Nursing Faculty Papers & Presentations. Paper 96.