Today in Nursing Leadership

Today in Nursing Leadership

Success for leaders means staying one step ahead. Tune into Today in Nursing Leadership for monthly conversations with nursing leadership experts, featuring information, insights and innovations that drive change and provoke action. In each episode, hear from experts highlighting challenges facing nurse leaders today and how to navigate these for success.

Episodes

April 18, 2021
Janet Davis and Jeanette Karon discuss behavioral disruption in the healthcare environment and share solutions on how to improve staff safety while managing disruptive patients and visitors.
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Dr. Barbara Mackoff discusses the Finnish concept of Sisu.
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March 22, 2021
Dr. Teri Pipe shares her insight on mindfulness.
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Dianne Cooney-Miner, Founding Dean at Wegmans School of Nursing at St. John Fisher College tells listeners how to create a more highly educated nursing workforce in their states.
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Dr. Teri Pipe discusses self-compassion and how we can be gentler with ourselves.
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Amy Stockman explores effective strategies leaders can use to guide employees to find their own solutions.
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Dr. Kit Bredimus shares best practices on how to prepare for your next career step.
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Katherine Howell shares leadership tactics and lessons learned to remove redundant documentation structures and processes from our frontline nurses.

Documentation burden is a barrier to the quadruple aim of improving health, patient experience, efficiency, and clinician wellbeing. Last year this 12-hospital system eliminated 170 million clicks and returned 18 minutes per shift to the bedside, doubling satisfaction with flowsheets. E...
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December 14, 2020
Cynthia Herrington explores steps leaders can take to navigate change in today’s challenging health care environment.
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Dr. Stuart Downs discusses the limited methods of ethics education for nurse leaders and how to fill this gap.
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Amy Trueblood discusses the value of listening and relationship-based communication in creating highly reliable cultures.
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