Interprofessional Relationships Using Simulation
Building Healthy Relationships through Peer Review in Simulation Education
Dylan Cooper, MD, FAEM; Chassity Mays, BSN, RN, CNOR; and Greg Hasty, CST, LPN, CHSE
To improve service to learners and educators using simulation methodologies, a team of simulationists/staff from a large multi-site healthcare system and a school of nursing and medicine implemented a peer review process for all events conducted at the simulation center using an SBAR tool.
Study of an Interprofessional Simulation Intervention to Improve Nurse-Physician Collaboration
Lori J. Pajakowski, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN; and Cheryl J Erler, DNP, RN, CNE
This study contributed to the existing body of knowledge supporting the use of interprofessional simulation as an educational tool to improve attitudes toward nurse-physician collaboration in nursing and medical students. The reliability of implementation allows for replication of the intervention in similar training environments.
Nursing Incivility Interventions
Confronting Nursing Incivility: Educational Intervention for Change
Sharon Kay French, MSN, RN; and Ernestine Cuellar, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC
The purpose of this activity is to examine educational awareness strategies, including an incivility overview of causes, consequences, prevention through early detection, and the overall impact to the nursing profession; and to investigate interventions that foster civility.
The Effect of Leadership and Staffing Adequacy on Nurse Coworker Incivility in Hospitals
Jessica G. Smith, PhD, RN; Karen Morin, PhD, RN; and Eileen T. Lake, PhD, RN, FAAN
Coworker incivility in hospitals contributes to nurse dissatisfaction and is potentially a patient safety hazard. Our findings show that incivility is associated with inadequate nurse staffing and ineffective nurse manager leadership. Promising approaches to reduce coworker incivility include reductions in nurses' workloads as well as improving nurse managers' abilities.
Organizational Change to Promote Healthy Work Environments
The Relationship Among Change Fatigue, Resilience, and Job Satisfaction of Hospital Staff Nurses
Robin J. Brown, PhD, RN
Healthcare is typified by change. Organizational changes have a negative impact on nurses and the effects of organizational change are being overlooked and under researched. The presentation will discuss the relationship among change fatigue, resilience, and job satisfaction of hospital staff nurses and the differences between novice and experienced nurses.
Positive Practice Environment: A COO/CNO's Testimony
Maricon Dans, MSN, RN
Broward Health (BHIP) COO and CNO Sandra Todd-Atkinson, EdD, MBA, BSN, RN turned to ANCC's Pathway to Excellence® as a blueprint to deliver high-quality and cost-effective care, bringing BHIP's nursing practice environment to a new level with marked improvements in several outcomes, including staff engagement.
The Emerging Leadership Behaviors of Filipino Nurse Leaders: A Qualitative Study of Organizational Effectiveness
Jean Rizza Aguilar Dela Cruz, PhD, MAN, BSN, RN
Patient Safety: Fall Prevention
A Multi-Center Study for the Psychometric Testing of the Humpty Dumpty Inpatient Scale
Deborah Hill-Rodgriguez, MSN, PCNS-BC, ARNP; Jacqueline Gonzalez, DNP, MBA, ARNP, NEA-BC, FAAN; L. M. Hernandez, DNP, ARNP, CPN, FNP-C; and Jennifer Cordo, MSN, ARNP, NE-BC
The Humpty Dumpty Falls Prevention Program™ was studied to for six years to examine the reliability, validity, specificity, and sensitivity of the Humpty Dumpty Fall Inpatient Scale across multiple pediatric acute care settings around the world.
Authentic Leadership for Improving RN-MD Collaboration and Patient Safety
Annee G. Naidoo, DNP, BA (Hons), RN, RM, RCN, RPN, PCN, CPHHA
Errors Reported By Portuguese Nurses and the Importance of Non-Technical Skills
Cidalina da Conceição Ferreira Abreu, PhD, MSc, RN
The Impact of Nurses' Response to Errors of Treatment
Haya Raz IV, PhD, RN
Skilled Communications for the Academic Setting
White River Ballroom A-C
Working Together to Create a Respectful, Trusting, and Healthy Workplace for Faculty, Staff, and Students
Joanne K. Olson, PhD, RN, FAAN; and Joanne Profetto-McGrath, PhD, MEd, RN
A healthy workplace is vital to the recruitment, retention, and success of any academic and practice setting. Critical to this goal is the establishment of a healthy workplace committee (HWC) that fosters a rewarding and strong workplace in collaboration with faculty members, staff, and students.
Crucial Conversations in Nursing Academics: Practical Strategies
April L. Folgert, PhD, RN
Nominal literature has explored approaches to address incivility among nurse educators and even more so, in nursing academia. This session focuses on practical strategies for discussing critical issues with passionate colleagues using the crucial conversations framework.