Shared Governance in Nursing
WEBCAST ON CD OR ON-DEMAND
presented on May 18, 2010
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Build a decision-making model that empowers staff nurses
This 90-minute presentation identifies essential elements of shared governance and provide guidance for leaders who want to design, implement, or assess shared governance models in their facilities. Our speakers each share their individual case studies that illustrate the process–from start to finish–of engaging your nurses in a collaborative decision-making model.
Purchase today to receive best practices for implementing shared governance at your facility.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Incorporate a nursing shared governance model into an interdisciplinary structure
- Recognize the varying roles of councils within shared governance
- Overcome common challenges associated with shared decision-making models
- Assess your current model and determine areas for improvement
- Engage staff and keep the momentum throughout implementation
Take a look at the agenda
- Why shared governance matters
- Case study from Northwest Community Hospital: Evolution of a shared governance model
- Corporate structure
- Role of the councils
- Restructure / re-evaluation of the model
- Technology and information sharing
- Case study from Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital: First steps in interdisciplinary shared governance
- Thought processes
- Steps in the journey
- Challenges and lessons learned
- Q & A
Receive a free STAR tool that helps assess and maintain team effectiveness!
This tool provides staff with an opportunity to evaluate and understand team dynamics and create a plan for improvement. This tools is yours free when you purchase for this webcast.
Bonus Tools Included in your Materials Packet:
In addition to the expertise and advice presented during this virtual seminar, you will receive these valuable tools and takeaways:
- Team development tool
- SWOT analysis
- List of resources for further research
These materials are provided with PDF links.
Meet the Speakers:
Vicky Goeddeke, MS, RN, CEN, CPEN, ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® and Nursing Excellence Manager, Northwest Community Hospital, Arlington, IL. Goeddeke advocates for the involvement of nurses at all levels in the organization’s unique shared governance model known as the Delegated Councilor Model©. She has been a nurse for 30 years, involved in various aspects of nursing both clinically and in leadership roles.
Amy Brown, MS, RN, NE-BC, Clinical Manager, Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, CO. Brown came to Denver in 2007 to lead the opening of a 26-bed Cardiac and Vascular Surgery unit at Exempla St. Joseph Hospital, where she is currently employed in the same capacity. She has a passion for shared decision-making and has been actively involved at the hospital in the formation and implementation of both the nursing shared governance and interdisciplinary shared decision-making structures.
Vanita Bellen, Vice President, Human Resources, Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, CO. As the vice president of human resources for Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver, CO, Bellen oversees all human resource and organizational development functions including recruitment, employee relations, and team and leadership development. Bellen joined Exempla Healthcare in 2003 as director of Human Resources and became vice president in 2007.
Who Should Listen?
Chief nursing officers, directors of nursing, VPs of nursing, VPs of patient care services, directors of education, staff development specialists, ANCC Magnet Recognition ProgramÃ‚Â®* coordinators/directors, clinical nurse specialists, nurse managers and clinical managers, quality improvement coordinators
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