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NEW! Navigating Shiftwork: 5 Tips for Managing Fatigue
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, shiftwork fatigue poses serious health threats. Shiftwork, lost sleep and fatigue can reduce job performance, decrease patient safety. You will leave this webinar feeling confident in your ability to recognize the signs and symptoms of shiftwork fatigue in yourself and your colleagues.
Navigating the Changing Economic Environment for Nurses
While some news reports describe the career outlook for registered nurses as strong, others describe the job search as frustrating and discouraging. Join ANA's economist, Peter McMenamin, PhD, as he discusses the current economic environment including future wage and growth projections, hiring trends, factors affecting the nursing shortage, the effects of the Affordable Care Act on nursing employment, reimbursement of services provided by APRNs and the role of nurses in providing Care Coordination.
Navigating Patient Engagement: Nursing’s Priority
Join Shoshanna Sofaer, DrPH, as she highlights strategies for enhancing the contributions of nurses to foster successful engagement.
Navigating New Frontiers: Care Coordination and the Essential Role of Nursing
Nurses hold the unique opportunity to lead the transition to care coordination and reap the rewards of improved patient care quality, patient satisfaction and the effective and efficient use of health care resource. This webinar will show you how to step up and draw attention to the integral part that RNs play in improving the delivery of care and prepare you for the path to care coordination.
Navigating Collaborative Relationships: Developing Synergy between Clinical Nurses and Nurse Managers
Join this webinar to learn more about the Principles for Collaborative Relationships and discuss ways in which you act as facilitators and barriers to the development of collaborative relationships.
Navigating Quality: Funding Quality Initiatives on your Unit
This webinar delves into how to best leverage data and nurse-led innovative practices to make the case for gaining additional resources to improve quality and ultimately cut costs and improve patient outcomes.
Navigating the New Safe Patient Handling and Mobility Interprofessional National Standards
In June 2013, new Safe Patient Handling and Mobility Interprofessional National Standards will be released, based on the work of stakeholders from across the care continuum. Join Suzy Harrington, director, ANA’s Department for Health, Safety, and Wellness, as she shares her insight into the new standards.
Navigating Quality: Reducing Staff Turnover and Increasing Job Satisfaction
Job satisfaction is a critical factor in retaining nurses and improving patient outcomes. Nancy Dunton, Director of the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators® (NDNQI), shares insights gleaned from a recent examination of nursing units that are high performers.
Navigating the Complex World of Delegation
Effective delegation is a critical component of quality of care and patient outcomes. Challenges in today’s healthcare environment require RNS to have the knowledge and critical thinking skills to effectively delegate to others. This webinar will focus on revisions to ANA’s Principles of Delegation and practice strategies when delegating.
Navigating New Frontiers: Nursing’s Role in Care Coordination
Care coordination is a complex concept which encompasses many aspects of care delivery, organization, and quality. This webinar offers insights, case studies and strategies to advance nursing’s role in the care coordination and healthcare transformation.
Navigating Quality: Teaching and Learning IOM
Quality is job #1. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) reports provided important perspectives for improving the quality and safety of health care, and today guide health care systems restructuring. Anita Finkelman and Carole Kenner have condensed the IOM reports into a unique user's manual and will highlight the IOM's five healthcare core competencies and share teaching-learning strategies.
Navigating Quality: How to Know When Nurse Staffing Is Safe
While nurse staffing is a key driver in delivering safe, quality care at every practice level and in all practice settings, determining appropriate nurse staffing is complex. This webinar will explore the relationship between nurse staffing and quality and address the question, "How do you know when nurse staffing is safe?"
Nurse Staffing 101 Webinar Information
Nursing is an essential component of comprehensive healthcare. Appropriate nurse staffing is critical to the delivery of safe and quality care. In order to impact staffing decisions, nurses must first understand how these complex decisions are made. Join us for this informative webinar . . .
Navigating Nursing: How to Create the Change You Want
Do you want to improve some aspect of your life? Do you feel trapped in your career, your relationships, your personal habits? The authors and researchers of the New York Times bestseller, Change Anything, studied the behaviors of 5,000 people hoping to make major changes in their lives. This study led to the development of strategies that may be used in creating a new approach to behavior change. . . .
Navigating Diversity in Nursing Practice
What is diversity and how do we handle it? From race and ethnicity to obesity and mental disorders, patients present themselves with a wide range of characteristics. As nurses, we must be aware of these diversities and reflect competency in these cultural differences, but do we? Be among the first to learn what’s inside the ANA Diversity Awareness Project and the results of two national surveys of nurses!
By Popular Demand: Nursing Guidelines for Using Social Media
American Nurses Association has produced the seminal ANA’s Principles for Social Networking for the Nurse to provide real-world guidance to registered nurses in using social networking media in a manner that protects patients’ privacy and confidentiality and maintains the standards of professional nursing practice. . . .
Navigating the Work Environment: Embracing Zero Tolerance for Bullying
"Sticks and stones might break my bones, but words can never hurt me." This nursery rhyme couldn’t be further from the truth. Repeated exposure to negative, disruptive behavior can have a significant impact on you, your colleagues and your patients. This incisive conversation helps us all better understand, address and prevent bullying, lateral and horizontal violence in the healthcare environment. This popular webinar is now available through our continuing education modules. . . .
Navigating Social Media: What Nurses Need to Know
Our easy access to experts and information can be a professional boon, but when does connecting cross the line? Should you "friend" a patient? Does sharing patient stories online violate confidentiality even if you change names? Is it OK to Twitter at work? These are just some of the questions that nursing and other professions are wrestling with. No one has all the answers, but we promise to get you thinking. . . .
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