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    NHS FPX 8040 Assessment 1 Project Charter Part 1

    Student Name

    Capella University

    NHS-FPX 8040 Project Charter

    Prof. Name


    Project Overview

    Project Name: 

    Decreasing Mortality Rates due to Skin Cancer in West Virginia University Hospital through Early Prevention Strategies

    Gap Analysis

    Current State: Increase in mortality rates due to skin cancer (7%)

    Desired State: Reducing the number of deaths due to skin cancer (less than 5%)

    Identified Gap: The identified gap is 2%

    Methods Used to Identify the Gap: Questionnaires, Assessments, Synopses, and Surveys

    Campaigns: Campaigns to increase patient knowledge about skin cancer and lifestyle modifications.

    Learning sessions: Learning sessions for the healthcare staff in the oncology department

    Implications/Relevance to Identified Population

    Improvements needed to be made through staff training and increasing awareness about prevention strategies. Life span will be increased. Deaths caused due to skin cancer will be decreased.

    Evidence to Support the Need

    Dietz et al. (2020) state that cancer treatment aims to reduce cancer patients’ deaths and allows them to live everyday lives. The power of screening tests, early diagnosis, and treatment has the overall capacity to reduce skin cancer mortality rates (American Cancer Society, 2022a).

    Problem Statement

    The increased mortality rates in the West Virginia population due to skin cancer have become a major concern for healthcare providers. It can be resolved through different educational and secondary prevention strategies.

    SMART Objectives

    Specific: The goal of the project is to reduce the skin cancer rate from 7% to 5% from the year 2023 to 2024 by implementing prevention and early detection strategies along with training healthcare workers.

    Measurable: The number of deaths caused due to cancer will be observed monthly using EHR or surveys.

    Achievable: This objective is realistic and can be accomplished by professionals collaborating with other healthcare staff.

    Relevance: The suggested interventions are relevant to the issue of increased mortality rates.

    Time-bound: The goal will be accomplished in one year. It will start in 2023 and end in 2024.

    Project AIM

    The purpose of the project is to encourage healthcare workers at West Virginia University Hospital to put in more effort to reduce mortality rates in patients.


    Two months of Planning and Preparation: Identifying goals and objectives, evaluating the number of patients, discussing obstacles, and possessing funds.

    Implementation: Forwarding the plan, promoting prevention strategies, increasing collaboration, arranging educational seminars, and assessing progress.

    Six months for the evaluation of the goal: Evaluating information, identifying gaps, and making necessary adjustments.


    Aggarwal, P., Knabel, P., & Fleischer, A. B. (2021). United States burden of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer from 1990 to 2019. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 85(2), 388–395.

    American Cancer Society. (2020). American Cancer Society | Cancer Facts & Statistics.

    American Cancer Society. (2022a). 2022 Cancer Facts & Figures Cancer | Cancer Death Rate Drops.

    Dietz, J. R., Moran, M. S., Isakoff, S. J., Kurtzman, S. H., Willey, S. C., Burstein, H. J., Bleicher, R. J., Lyons, J. A., Sarantou, T., Baron, P. L., Stevens, R. E., Boolbol, S. K., Anderson, B. O., Shulman, L. N., Gradishar, W. J., Monticciolo, D. L., Plecha, D. M., Nelson, H., & Yao, K. A. (2020). Recommendations for prioritization, treatment, and triage of breast cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 181(3), 487–497.

    Health and Human Resources. (2022). West Virginia Cancer Statistics.

    The World Bank. (2022). Glossary | DataBank.

    Corso, G., Janssens, J. Ph., & La Vecchia, C. (2023). Cancer prevention: innovative strategies in the role of the European Cancer Prevention Organization. European Journal of Cancer Prevention, Publish Ahead of Print.

    National Cancer Institute. (2022). State Cancer Profiles > Quick Profiles.

    World Health Organization. (2019). Preventing cancer.

    NHS FPX 8040 Assessment 1 Project Charter Part 1