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.

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April 18, 2022
An open culture of frontline innovation at an urban Midwest hospital generated 28 clinician-made devices in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. All hospital employees had access to a world-class medical device prototyping lab on the first floor of the hospital. These clinicians used their established prototyping literacy and hands-on making experience to build just-in-time devices for COVID-19 protocols in ICU patient care, PPE and ...
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Critical care nurses report high levels of anxiety and depression. Nurses in worse mental & physical health report more medical errors than nurses in better mental & physical health. When nurses perceive high levels of wellness support from their organization, they are more than twice as likely to have better health than nurses who report not having worksite support. Hospital and healthcare system leaders need to create and...
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What is the compelling issue this session addresses or raises? The burnout that nurse leaders face and personal steps leaders can take to overcome it.
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As there has been a rise in aggressive behavior and unprovoked physical and verbal assaults in society, violence in the workplace has also become increasingly common. The risk for healthcare workers, however, has been disproportionate. This organization has faced this alarming trend head on with data-driven and shared governance interventions that are innovative. The strategies are caregiver- and patient-centric taking the stance t...
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Nurses experienced varying degrees of moral suffering in response to moral adversity, especially in the pandemic. The Mindful Ethical Practice and Resilience Academy (MEPRA) demonstrated significant impact in cultivating mindfulness, resilience, work engagement, ethical competence and decreasing depression, anger and intent to leave. Collaborative academic/practice partnerships are essential to create multi‐faceted, experiential pr...
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This presentation will explore the implications of a large study of pandemic impact on nurses’ perceptions of authentic nurse leadership (ANL) and healthy work environment (HWE). Pandemic impact was high at 7.8/10. ANL was supported as an essential standard of AACN’s HWE model and was present for clinical nurses. HWE was present overall, but not for clinical nurses, a troublesome finding. Despite all, nurse leaders demonstrated ANL...
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Health care is hungry for exemplary nursing leadership for the future. Traditional approaches/structures are no longer adequate. Professional governance provides the structural requisite for advancing this essential leadership. Now nurses must move PG center stage as a prime enabler of nurse leadership, engagement and partnership.
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Vicki Hess discusses three essential elements to creating shared responsibility for employee engagement.
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Wanona (Winnie) Fritz discusses how being a combat nurse shaped innovations in health care of homeless veterans and other vulnerable populations. Hear stories from her combat nurse days of resilience that apply to current challenges of today.
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Rachel Kelter shares how nurse leaders utilized disruptive innovation through challenging the status quo to facilitate a culture shift and onboarding practice changes for an entire healthcare system.
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Anne Pedersen, Director of Nursing at UPMC Hamot and Joanne Sorensen discuss how to engage patients in solutions.
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Karen White-Trevino explores how evidence-based, caring micro-practices can be integrated into the daily workflow of RNs working in the acute care setting. Caring micro-practices are actionable activities that operationalize the ethic of caring.
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Anna Kiger discusses how hospitals are challenged with managing the homeless patient population. Learn about one system's approach to managing the population's needs where they are - in the homeless neighborhoods and camps.
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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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