Nurse Leader Intensive
Nurse leaders need the knowledge and tools to think creatively and assume an active role in leading their organizations through the major change of implementing the new models of long-term care, whether a neighborhood model or the desirable Household Model. “Nursing” and “home” - a familiar pairing. But how do we reconcile one with the other to offer quality of care and quality of life? What is the role of the nurse leader in culture change? Will the work ever get done? To help nurses find answers and solutions in this time of limited in-person events, Action Pact is offering Nurse Leader training in a blend of live online meetings and independent learning.
- Three 2-hour online meetings
- Between each live online meeting there will be manageable (and actually enjoyable) online homework assignments.
Purpose: To provide nurse leaders with the knowledge and tools to think creatively and assume an active role in leading their organizations through the major change of implementing a new model of long-term care, the Household Model. “Nursing” and “home” - a familiar pairing. But how do we reconcile one with the other to offer quality of care and quality of life? What is the role of the nurse leader in culture change? Will the work ever get done? To help nurses find answers and solutions, Action Pact is offering Nurse Leader training.
Expected Learner Outcome:
• Knowledge: Participants will self-report benefiting from immersion site visits.
• Knowledge: Participants will self-report the intent to use what they have learned in their nursing practice.
• Knowledge: Participants will demonstrate knowledge gained by completing the Nurse Leader Intensive post-test and scoring 80% or greater.
• Skill: Demonstrate proficiency in the art of "Learning Circles” by Scoring 80% or greater on the Learning Circle review quiz and participating in all Learning Circles.
Target Audience: RNs, Directors of Nursing and other Nursing Leadership positions (nursing homes)
Content: Throughout the session, the presenters will address staffing, self-led teams, cross training, person-centered care, regulations, new skills and competencies for nurses in culture change homes. The training is designed for the nurse executive and nurse leaders in household, neighborhood and small house organizations. It can also be of great benefit to an executive team in the early design stages of determining how physical renovation and clinical care might merge to allow individuals to live a life of choice with support from staff.
Agenda available on request.
Sessions will be led by Gloria Blackmon, BSN, RN-BC, DNS-CT, with assistance from Megan Hannan, MS.
Educational credits: Educational credits: This activity has been submitted to WNA CEAP for approval to award contact hours. Wisconsin Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Requirements for awarding contact hours:
1. Attendees must be present for all live sessions and complete assignments.
2. Attendees must complete an evaluation and pass a short test at conclusion of this program.
Total contact hours awarded if not absent for any portion of this activity and above criteria met: 18.5 hours
A certificate of achievement, with attendee’s contact hours, will be given to attendees at the conclusion of the session or when all criteria are met.
Regarding Conflicts of Interest: The planners and presenters of this continuing education offering have attested that there are no conflicts of interest as defined by the American Nurses Association Credentialing Center related to this presentation.
Tuition for regular in-person session: $2,600.
For more information, call our office at (414) 258-3649.
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