Advancing Nursing and Midwifery Through Innovation and Leadership
INRC18, Plenary Session 3
Patricia E. Thompson, EdD, RN, FAAN, Retired Chief Executive Officer, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma), Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
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Advancing nursing and midwifery through innovation and leadership is critical to moving our profession forward, as well as increasing our ability to better address global health. This presentation will provide principles, strategies, and practical applications focused on how each of us can demonstrate innovation and strengthen leadership to create solutions rather than barriers. The relationship between innovation, leadership, and change will also be examined. Examples are incorporated related to how innovated advances in technology have changed our lives and our health and what the future holds. Emphasis will be placed on the power of vision, purpose, and passion.
29th International Nursing Research Congress: Innovative Global Nursing Practice and Education Through Research and Evidence-based Practice, July 19-23, 2018. Melbourne, Australia.
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Cultivating Leaders in Nursing Education: Now and for the Future Thompson, Patricia E. (2016-07-19)Session presented on Friday, July 22, 2016: Healthcare is undergoing unprecedented rapid change. Sweeping reform, advancements in treatment options, an increasingly diverse and aging population, and the impending retirements ...
"It was a light coming through": African-American nurses' perceptions of a collaborative nursing leadership program Harris, Allyssa L.; Banister, Gaurdia E.; Townsend, Carmela; Raymond, Nadia; Mason, Patricia R. (2018-05-30)A diverse nursing workforce is important for quality care patient care and reducing healthcare disparities. The results of a study that examined the experiences of African American nurses who participated in a collaborative ...
PLENARY 2: Balancing Your Volunteer and Professional Passions Thompson, Patricia E. (2015-01-15)Session presented on Thursday, September 25, 2014: This session will share the benefits of volunteering, and how to balance those hours into your already busy schedule.
Voice and Vision for Nursing Thompson, Patricia E. (2016-08-01)This presentation was given at the preconference on 6 June, 2016.
Gerontological Nursing Leadership Academy (GNLA): Leading advancements in interprofessional care for older adults Bailey, Deborah F. Cleeter; Reynolds, Karen; D'Avolio, Deborah Ann; Kappas-Larson, Patricia Ann (2017-07-28)As the world's population ages, we must have effective leaders to guide advancements in care delivery and policy for older adults. The GNLA is designed to develop mid-career gerontological nurses as significant leaders. ...