Part of ANA's Webinar Series
December 5, 2017 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm EDT
You’ve reached that phase of your nursing career when you begin to consider how to leave a lasting impact on our profession and on the many nurses who look to you for guidance and inspiration. Whether you are in nursing management, academia, or clinical practice, with thought and intention, you can create a legacy that touches the lives of many and influences the direction of nursing for years to come.
By attending this live and interactive webinar, you will enhance your ability to:
- Develop your vision for your legacy
- Apply the concepts of generous leadership and caring to the development of a nursing legacy
- Profile three examples of nurses in various roles and their nursing legacies
- Take actions to launch your nursing legacy now
Attendance is FREE for Members and Non-Members
Who Should Attend
Seasoned RNs in all practice settings and roles.
Individual registration required. Register no later than December 4 to receive 24/7 access to this webinar – so even if you can't attend the live webinar, you can still benefit from this information. This program is informational only; no contact hours will be awarded.
About the Presenter: Karen S. Hill, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, FAAN
Karen Hill, RN, DNP, NEA-BC, FACHE, FAAN, is the COO/CNO at Baptist Health Lexington. Dr. Hill holds an ADN, BSN, MSN and DNP. She oversees operations in the acute care hospital and outpatient centers supervising 2800 employees. Baptist Health Lexington has been recognized as a Magnet® organization three times under Dr. Hill’s leadership.
She leads system-wide initiatives including co-chair of the BHS Population Health Steering Committee and the Operations and Efficiency Council for Baptist Health System, based in Louisville, KY.
Dr. Hill serves as the Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Nursing Administration, an international scholarly peer reviewed journal. Shel processes over 350 manuscripts for JONA annually and produces 12 editions a year for over 13,000 subscribers.
Dr. Hill presents internationally and writes extensively on leadership development, bringing evidence to practice and publication, leading an intergenerational workforce and the retention of employees among other areas of expertise. She has been a nurse for over 39 years and a long time member of ANA.