Training (RE) DO NOT DELETE 2019 Vizient Nurse Residency Program Annual Conference

Orlando, FL US
March 11, 2019 to May 15, 2019

This activity includes several presentations by experienced nurse residency coordinators who will share their most successful approaches to engaging new nurse graduates.  New nurse graduates will have the benefit of growing professionally by presenting their evidence-based projects, networking with others from around the country, and continuing their life-long educational journey.

 

Target Audience

Nurses

Learning Objectives

 

 

M2 - Vizient/AACN Nurse Residency Program Training - 1.25 Credit Hours for Nursing

Explain the components of the Nurse Residency program, including the people, curriculum and structure

Summarize how the Nurse Residency program fits into the organization and how it can be adapted as needed

Prepare the tools and identify support needed to begin a successful first year of the Nurse Residency Program

T1 - The Journey to Joy in Healthcare Today: Shortcuts to Foster Resilience - 1.50 Credit Hours for Nursing

Give examples of how to increase satisfaction, energy and productivity at work

Explain the shared elements for responsibility when it comes to finding and choosing joy in the workplace

Demonstrate a 5-step process to improve resilience and reconnect with joy at work

T3:1 – Channeling Your Inner CPO: How to Be Your Best Self at Work - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

State how to stay connected to an internal purpose

Share ideas for finding a support system at work

W1 – Safety – Lessons Learned from the Airline Industry

Identify lessons learned from both good and bad flight crew "crew resource management - CRM" to identify similar risks in health care

Recall safety management system approaches to mitigate risks

T3:2 - Small but Mighty: Steps to evaluate and enhance small group meetings - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Describe how small group observations can be implemented in your organization

T3:3 - I wish, I wonder, I hope: Helpful phrases when the words won’t come - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Discuss pre-licensure education related to supporting patients and their loved ones about end of life care decisions

Recite helpful phrases for newly licensed nurses when presented with unrealistic patient expectations

T4:2 - NRP Integration: How Two Hospitals Made it Work - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Identify the steps and key elements for a successful Nurse Residency Program Integration

Recognize the attributes each hospital has to offer and apply them

T4:3 - Multidisciplinary Communication in a Simulation Environment: Improving the Patient Experience - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Create an interactive multidisciplinary communication simulation session that crosses multiple units/specialties

Summarize how to improve patient safety through multidisciplinary communication simulation

Describe how to increase awareness of different units’ work flow

T5:2 - Data Dashboards: Sharing what counts! - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Evaluate which data needs to be shared with key stakeholders

Develop an understandable and meaningful format in which to deliver nurse residency data

T5:3 - Self-Care for Nurse Residents; Better Care for Patients - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Create meaningful seminars presenting self-care strategies Nurse Residents can utilize during work shifts

Convey the importance of self-care for new graduate nurses and the impact of well nurses on patient outcomes

T6:2 - Evidence-based Practice, strategies to support the graduate nurse - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Identify strategies to support the graduate nurse with evidence-based practice projects

T6:3 - Cost of Care: Enhancing Nurses Fiscal Responsibility - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Explain the nurse’s role of being fiscally responsible while delivering quality care

Describe how the nurses’ performance impacts organizational finances

T7:2 - Awarding Academic Credit for Nurse Residency Program Completion - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Establish academic-hospital partnerships for the awarding of academic credits to newly licensed registered nurses completing nurse residency programs

Describe two options hospitals and nursing colleges/universities may use to give credit for completion of a nurse residency program

T7:3 - Psychiatry: Not just one department anymore - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Evaluate adding therapeutic care of the psychiatric patient to RN Residency curriculum

Assess the resident’s response to the psychiatric topic in the RN Residency Program

W4:3 - The Bedside Nurse as Facilitator: A Tale From the Bedside - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Implement a facilitator class

W5:2 - Sensitive Situations- Balancing Confidentiality with Meaningful Solutions - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Discuss the importance of confidentiality and trust in the Nurse Residency learning environment

Construct a process for evaluation and escalation of concerns that arise in a Nurse Residency environment

W8:1 - Partnering to achieve PTAP - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Implement a cooperative external network to support residency accreditation

Plan for a methodical and organized approach to writing the self-study       

W8:2 - Growing our Preceptors: Partnering for Skill and Confidence - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Create a skill station practice session partnership for new graduate nurses and their preceptors

Articulate opportunities for preceptor succession planning including leadership and clinical scenario creation

W9:1 - Nurse Residency Accreditation: The tale of Two Journeys - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Describe the CCNE and ANCC nurse residency accreditation processes

Explain the nurse residency accreditation journeys of two organizations

W9:2 - The Preceptor Advisory Committee: Small committee, large impact! - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Recognize the impact of a Preceptor Advisory Committee

Identify methods to support new and experienced preceptors

TH1:1 - Reconnecting: One year post-residency Boost Box - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Describe an initiative to renew nurse engagement one year post nurse residency

TH1:2 - Innovative seminar activities for ethical decision making, conflict resolution, stress management and self-care - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Identify innovative seminar activities for ethical decision making, conflict resolution, stress management and self-care 

Explain the necessary steps to integrate innovative seminar activities within the residency program

TH2:1 - Stay Interviews: An Engagement and Retention Tool - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Define a stay interview and its impact on retention and engagement

Explain how to effectively integrate stay interviews into nurse residency programs

TH2:2 – Strategies for Successful Publication - 1.00 Credit Hours for Nursing

Describe the key steps in determining a topic for publication

Discuss the importance of choosing an audience for the topic

Explain the criteria for selecting a journal that is appropriate for the topic and audience

TH3:1 - A Cool Tool for RN Success:  The RN Professional Development Pathway - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Identify a professional development pathway for the registered nurse incorporating both educational and professional opportunities

Discuss the importance of providing new nurses with a professional development pathway to invite retention, enhance engagement and satisfaction, as well as promote career advancement

T5:1 – Self Care and Increasing Resilience for Nurses - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Describe the professional and personal implications of increasing resilience as part of nursing practice

Identify strategies to provide self-care and the impact it has on patient outcomes

W4:2 – Best Practices for Submitting an Abstract - 1.00 Credit Hours for Nursing

Identify critical elements of writing an abstract

Discriminate among professional abstracts that are based on research, are conceptual, programmatic, or describe innovations

Critique abstracts for format, style and content

T4:1 – Resident EBP Session - 0.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Describe the EBP competencies for practicing registered nurses

Discuss the personal value of participating in EBP initiatives during onboarding

Discuss the organizational impact of participating in EBP initiatives during onboarding

M1 - Understanding organizational culture, environment and readiness for EBP; a game plan to mitigate barriers and maximize opportunities - 1.5 Credit Hours for Nursing

Describe the key components of an EBP culture

Discuss current and best strategies to effectively integrate EBP into onboarding programs

Discuss the importance of self- care and clinician well-being related to excellence in personal and professional performance

 

Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 15.00 ANCC
  • 15.00 General CEU – Attendance
Course opens: 
04/23/2019
Course expires: 
10/15/2019
Event starts: 
03/11/2019 - 10:00am
Event ends: 
05/15/2019 - 11:59pm
Cost:
$0.00
Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
6677 Sea Harbor Drive
Orlando, FL 32821
United States

Relevant Financial Relationships:

Bernadette Melnyk - Consultant and lecture fees, book honorariums. 

Lynn Gallagher-Ford – Consultant and lecture fees, book honorariums. 

None of the remaining planning committee members and/or speakers have anything to disclose.

 

Planning committee members

Lois Book, EdD, MS, BSN,RN-BC

Clinical Education Team Lead, Residency Coordinator

Tampa General Hospital

Jacqueline Broyles, MSN, RN, BC         

Nurse Educator / NRP Coordinator

VCU Health

 

 

Kelly Gallagher, MSN, RN

Director Nurse Residency Program

Penn Medicine

Jo-Anne Senneff, MSN, RN, CCRN-K

Nursing Program Lead Coordinator

Houston Methodist Hospital

 

 

Shanel Martens, BSN, RN-BC

Program Manager of Exceptional Practice

Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital

Katherine Parker, Med, BS, RN, BC

Nurse Educator

VCU Health

 

 

Lois Scipione, MSN, RN-BC

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator & Education Coordinator

Temple University Health System

Elizabeth Capobianco, MS, RN

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

NYU Langone

 

 

Ashley Sawyer, BSN, RN

Clinical Educator

CarolinaEast

Vickie Adams, MSN, RN

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

University of Kansas Hospital

Katie Davis, RN, BSN, MS-HSM

Director, Nursing Programs

Vizient, Inc.

Evy Olson, MSN, MBA, RN

Senior Director, Nursing Programs

Vizient Inc.

Activity reviewer(s)

Evy Olson, MSN, MBA, RN

Senior Director, Nursing Programs

Vizient Nurse Planner

Vizient Inc.

 

Speakers

Bernadette Melnyk, PhD, RN, APRN-CNP, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN

Dean, Vice President for Health Promotion, Chief Wellness Officer

The Ohio State University College of Nursing

Lynn Gallagher-Ford, PhD, RN, DPFNAP, NE-BC

Senior Director, Clinical Core Director

The Ohio State University College of Nursing

 

 

Katie Osborn, PhD, MS, BSN

Vizient Contractor

Vizient, Inc.

Cathy Krsek, MSN, MBA, RN, FAAN

Vizient Contractor

Vizient, Inc.

 

 

Vicki Hess, RN, MS, CSP

Principal

Employee Engagement Solutions, LLC

Vickie Adams, MSN, RN

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

The University of Kansas Health System

 

 

Robyn Setter, MS, RN-BC

Education Specialist

The University of Kansas Health System

Kaile Crawford, MSN, RN CMSRN

Education Specialist

The University of Kansas Health System

 

 

Jean Rea, MN, RN

Nursing Program Manager

Duke Health

Johanna Romero deSlavy, MSN, CRRN-BC, RN-BC

NRP Coordinator/NPD Specialist

MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital

 

 

Lola Kropkowski, MSN RN-BC

Professional Development Specialist

MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital

Amanda Beasley, MSN, RN

Staff Development Coordinator, NRP Coordinator

Sentara Norfolk General Hospital

 

 

Rachel Pejsar-Snelling, MSN, RN

Clinical Educator, Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

Bryan Health

Jessica Hanes, MSN, RN

Clinical Educator, Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

Bryan Health

 

 

Cathy Griffin, BSN, RN

Nurse Residency Coordinator

St. Luke’s University Health System

Toni Marek-Mazzariello, BSN, RN

Hospice Integrative Specialist RN

St. Luke’s University Health System

 

 

Theresa Lepore, RN/NBCR

RN/Reflexologist

St. Luke’s University Health System

Jo-Anne Senneff, MSN, RN, CCRN-K

Nurse Program Lead

Houston Methodist Health System

 

 

Carol Lamonica-Way, MSN, RNC_OB

Education Program Lead/NRP Coordinator

Houston Methodist Health System

Krendi Walls, DNP, RN, CCRN-K

Nurse Residency Coordinator, Nurse Education Specialist II

Houston Methodist Health System

 

 

Gilbert Barrera, MSN, RN-BC

Education Specialist

Houston Methodist Health System

Harvinder Kaur, MSN, MA, M.ED, RN, CVRN-BC

Clinical Education Specialist II, Coordinator Nurse Residency Program

Houston Methodist Health System

 

 

Janice McKay, MSN, RN, NE-BC

Nurse Education Specialist

Houston Methodist Health System

Sherry Monteleone, MSN, RN-BC, IBCLC

Nursing Professional Development Specialist

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

 

 

Allison Moomaw, MSN, RN

Nursing Professional Development Specialist

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Joan Warren, PHD, RN-BC, NEA-BC, FAAN

Executive Director, MONL, Inc./MNRC, Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Nursing

Maryland Organization of Nurse Leaders

 

 

Carol Shaw, DNP, RN

Residency Manager/Director for International Nurse Exchange Program

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

Julie Moody, DNP, M/ED, RN:

Education Consultant

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

 

 

Michael J. Quiello

Vice President, Corporate Safety

United Airlines

Rosalie Mainous, PhD, APRN, FAANP, FAAN

Director of Academic Nursing Development

American Association of Colleges of Nursing

 

 

Cynthia Rittenhouse, DNP, RN

Education Resource Specialist III

Memorial Hermann Health System

Brianna Blackburn, BSN, RN, CMSRN, RN-BC

System Lead Nurse Residency Coordinator

UPMC Pinnacle

 

 

Shanel Martens, BSN, RN-BC

Program Manager of Exceptional Practice

Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital

Caitlin Nye, MSN, RN-BC

Nurse Residency Coordinator

SUNY Upstate Hospital

 

 

Jennifer More, MSN, RN

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

PeaceHealth

Kelly Gallagher, MSN, RN, NE-BC

Director, Nurse Residency Program

Penn Medicine

 

 

Tiffany Epting, MSN, RN-BC

Director, Professional Development

Lehigh Valley Health Network

Erin Jordan, MSN, RN-BC

Nursing Professional Development Specialist Lead

Nebraska Medicine

 

 

Maggie Taylor, MSN, RN-BC, CNL

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

Akron Children’s Hospital

Megan Dorrington, MSN, MBA, RN-BC, CPN

ASCEND Program Coordinator and Education Coordinator

Akron Children’s Hospital

 

 

Nancy Mosca, PHD, RN-BC, PNP-BC, PHCNS

Director, Center of Nursing Professional Practice

Akron Children’s Hospital

Loren Stauffer, BSN, RN

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital

 

 

Joanna Dixon, MSN, RN, CEN

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

Main Line Health

Tricia Morton, PHD, RN, ACNP-BC, F

Dean Emeritus University of Utah College of Nursing Editor, Journal of Professional Nursing

University of Utah College of Nursing

 

 

Lisa Zerull, PHD, RN-BC

Director  & Academic Liaison

Winchester Medical Center

Elizabeth Capobianco, MS, RN

Nurse Residency Program Coordinator

NYU Langone

 

 

March 11 – 14, 2018

Vizient Nurse Residency Program Annual Conference

Course Director:  Evy Olson, MSN, MBA, RN

 

 

Joint Accreditation Statement:

In support of improving patient care, Vizient, Inc. is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

 

 

Designation Statements:

NURSING

This activity is designated for a maximum of 15.00 hours.

 

CEU

Vizient, Inc. will award CEUs to each participant who successfully completes this program. The CEU is a nationally recognized unit of measure for continuing education and training programs that meet certain criteria (1 contact hour = 0.1 CEU).

 

 

Available Credit

  • 15.00 ANCC
  • 15.00 General CEU – Attendance

Price

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