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Promoting Healthy Work Environments With Civility Training for Operating Room Nursing Students
Incivility is a major factor polluting healthy work environments today. AACN (2005) standards for promoting healthy work environments promote the use of skilled communication as opposed to discourtesy. Students in a ...
Leadership in academia during a pandemic
This presentation describes how leadership at the department, college, and university levels enabled nursing faculty to provide quality education through online learning and simulation during a pandemic.
Contextual factors influencing collaboration: Using a followership lens
Despite being well studied in disciplines such as Leadership, Business and Engineering, Followership theory less known and sometimes misunderstood in health care. Understanding the basic tenants of this theory will provide ...
Best Evidence-Based Strategies for Leading Productive Workplace Teams
Strong evidence exists that high-quality teamwork can be learned and will lead to better outcomes. This session will provide concrete, evidence-based strategies for successful team leadership and participation.
Unit-Based Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Councils: Who Dat?
A culture of sustaining best practices can be realized by conducting routine, unit-based collaborative council meetings alongside supporting structures. These interprofessional forums concentrate primarily on making change ...
Creating Healthy Work Environments in Critical Care Nursing
Session presented on Saturday, March 18, 2017: Having unhealthy working conditions in healthcare results inthe erosion of the quality, efficiency and safety of patient care delivery and attrition from the profession of ...
Collaboration Between Academia and Practice on Service Excellence and Core Measures
Session presented on Friday, March 17, 2017: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in partnership with 23 facilities associated with Seton Healthcare Family and St. David's Healthcare, the Healthcare Workforce ...
Bridging Inter-Generational Gaps to Increase Collaboration and Retention: Implications for Nurse Leaders
Session presented on Saturday, March 18, 2017: The composition of the nursing workforce is changing rapidly, with three generations of Boomers, Generation Xers (Gen-X), and Millennials working in health care. The majority ...
Implementing a Birth Preference Protocol for Intrapartal Women to Promote Collaboration, Autonomy and Patient Satisfaction
Session presented on Saturday, March 18, 2017: Laboring women have a right to informed consent and autonomy of their healthcare decisions. Having control over one's own healthcare decisions is an important element of ...
Promoting Student Success through Collaboration: Implementation of a Student Success Center
Session presented on Saturday, March 18, 2017: Improving the success of academically underprepared students who are in need of developmental or remedial education is a key challenge for faculty. The mission of the Student ...