Creating a culture of lifelong learning: A strategy for organizational success
Christine Pabico, MSN, RN, NE-BC; Charles K. Perkins, MBA; Jennifer Graebe, MSN, RN, NEA-BC; and Sheri Cosme, DNP, RN-BC
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A competent workforce supported by continuing professional development (CPD) is the foundation of successful healthcare organizations. Those who invest in CPD recognize the impact it has on optimizing performance and ensuring the delivery of safe, quality care. The 2016 follow-up report to the 2011 Future of Nursing report recommended that healthcare organizations prioritize interprofessional and lifelong learning so “nurses are prepared to work in evolving healthcare environments.” 1,2 CPD enables nurses and all members of the healthcare team to improve their knowledge, skills, and practice to ensure they’re confident and competent to provide evidence-based care that positively impacts patient outcomes.3
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|Citation||Pabico, Christine MSN, RN, NE-BC; Perkins, Charles K. MBA; Graebe, Jennifer MSN, RN, NEA-BC; Cosme, Sheri DNP, RN-BC Creating a culture of lifelong learning, Nursing Management (Springhouse): February 2019 - Volume 50 - Issue 2 - p 9-11 doi: 10.1097/01.NUMA.0000552736.33707.7b|
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Pabico, Christine; Perkins, Charles K.; Graebe, Jennifer; Cosme, Sheri; Bates, Melissa (Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2019-02)A competent workforce supported by continuing professional development (CPD) is the foundation of successful healthcare organizations. Those who invest in CPD recognize the impact it has on optimizing performance and ...
Introducing the 2020 Pathway to Excellence® manual: Building positive practice environments around the globe Bates, Melissa; Hargreaves, Jennifer; McCright, Maggie; Pabico, Christine; Hume, Leigh (Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2020-04)The American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) Pathway to Excellence® Program recognizes organizations that create positive practice environments for nursing. To achieve Pathway designation, organizations must ...
Nursing practice environment and care quality in nursing homes: A case study of the Pathway to Excellence in Long-Term Care® model White, Elizabeth; Woodford, Erin; Britton, Julie; Newberry, Lynn W.; Pabico, Christine (Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2020-06)Patient acuity and care complexity in nursing homes have increased over time, fueling demand for skilled, high-quality nursing care in this setting. RNs provide vital leadership, surveillance, and care coordination, ...
McCright, Maggie; Pabico, Christine; Roux, Nikki (Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2018-08)Nurse managers play a significant role in creating and sustaining a positive practice environment. Yet they're met with numerous challenges, such as engaging and retaining clinical nurses, improving patient care outcomes, ...
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