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5/17/2017 to 11/1/2017
When: 4/12/17-11/1-17
12pm CST
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Webinar 1

Date: April 12, 2017   Time: 12:00pm CST

 

Title: Workplace Violence Personal Safety Training for Nurses

Presenters: Joe Rosner

 

Description:

Workplace Violence in your healthcare facility; the consequences are many, unpredictable, and can be severe; Injury or death of employees and/or visitors, lawsuits, accreditation issues, property damage, increased insurance premiums, OSHA enforcement actions, and reduced patient, staff, and community trust. Because Workplace Violence can happen, even to organizations that pro-actively work to prevent it, the Joint Commission, OSHA, and a growing body of legislation is strongly recommending or requiring employees receive training that provides:

  • An Overview and Definition of Workplace Violence
  • Recognizing the 4 Types of Workplace Violence and Associated Risk Factors
  • Techniques for Identifying Potentially Violent Individuals
  • Violence De-escalation Skills
  • A Personal Protection Protocol if Threatened or Attacked
  • Responding After a Violent Event

Objectives:

  • Define Workplace Violence and its scope and impact
  • Outline the 4 Types of Workplace Violence and Associated Risk Factors
  • Describe techniques for Identifying Potentially Violent Individuals
  • Demonstrate Violence De-escalation Skills
  • Discuss Various Personal Protection Protocols if Threatened or Attacked
  • Explain the key elements of Responding After a Violent Event 

CE:
The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders is accredited by the Ohio Nurses Association to provide continuing education for nurses. The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 CE.

 

Webinar 2

 

Date: May 17, 2017   Time: 12:00pm CST

 

Title: Is Anybody Listening?  The Cost Of Employee Engagement For Those You Care About

Presenters: Martie Moore

 

Description:

New studies indicate that employee engagement has a higher impact on morbidity and mortality in care settings than staffing numbers. This session will explore what leaders can do to develop, advance and sustain employee engagement within their organizations. Tangible action steps will be explored with real life examples that can be utilized immediately will be given.

 

Objectives:

 

  • Participants will explore the latest research on the impact that a lack of employee engagement has not only to productivity but quality outcomes and resident satisfaction.
  • Participants will delve into methodology to change organizational culture and advance employee engagement.
  • Participants will take away tangible action steps to be utilized within their individual settings. 

CE:

The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders is accredited by the Ohio Nurses Association to provide continuing education for nurses. The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 CE.

 

Webinar 3

Date: June 21, 2017   Time: 12:00pm CST

 

Title: Reimagine RN Student Clinical Education in Your Hospital: Teacher Practitioners at the Bedside

Presenters: Karen M. Mayer, PhD, MHA, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE

 

Description:

Nursing representatives of the Nursing Professional Governance Organization  of Rush Oak Park Hospital stated“the preparation of an expanded workforce...will require…advances in the education of nurses across all levels…expanding nursing faculty, increasing the capacity of nursing schools, and redesigning nursing education to assure that it can produce an adequate number of well-prepared nurses able to meet current and future health care demands…” (IOM, 2010). As mentioned here, one barrier to producing more RNs is the lack of clinical faculty, but one challenge that also exists is the lack of clinical sites for potential students. Historically, clinical sites have restricted the number of days that students are allowed per clinical unit. While simulation labs have addressed some of these gaps in clinical site availability, challenges still remain to produce clinically competent nurses capable of coping with the realities of patient care demands and their role in coordinating the complexities of interdisciplinary collaboration. Hospitals and other clinical sites are demanding more nurses in preparation for a fast approaching nursing shortage, recognize the inability of new graduates to step into practice and yet, appear to contribute to the problem by not meeting the demand for clinical rotations within their walls. This presentation explores how hospital or other clinical site nursing student rotations can be transformed if a reframing of the present paradigm occurs. Clinical sites should progressively pursue a model where each site endeavors to be a full time nursing student teaching facility. Clinical nursing leaders should adopt a vision that creates each clinical site into a nursing teaching facility, with limitless rotations, on all days of the week and all shifts available for clinical experience. Innovations in faculty communication, preceptor education, equipment, and space for students can ease the presence of an expanded nursing student volume in the clinical workspace. Practicing nurses at these clinical sites can choose to be an unrestricted nursing teaching facility to promote expansion of nursing college enrollments. This is a call to all bedside nurses, nursing leaders, and CNOs to join in the campaign to open all clinical departments for the growth of RN programs across the country. Clinical Site nurses can take the lead in solving this nursing shortage and by doing so we will be in control of our own staffing destiny.

 

Objectives:

  • To discuss the incongruity of hospitals asking colleges to produce more nurses while limiting the availability of clinical sites.
  • To recognize the impact of limited hospital clinical sites on nursing college enrollments and preparedness of new graduates for the workplace.
  • To identify the role bedside RNs can play in increasing clinical education opportunities for students while potentially creating a new and satisfying leadership role for bedside nurses. 

 

CE:

The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders is accredited by the Ohio Nurses Association to provide continuing education for nurses. The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 CE.

 

Webinar 4

Date: July 12, 2017   Time: 12:00pm CST

 

Title: Understanding the Care Continuum and the Impact of Nursing Leadership to Promote Change

Presenters: Anne M. Curtiss RN, MS(N), MBA and Colleen Emanuel 

 

Description:

The Continuum of Care committee worked extremely hard to develop definitions describing the continuum and what this concept encompasses. IONL has also posted the Position Statement titled "Transforming the Care Continuum through Nursing Leadership" this past year. As a committee we firmly believe that nurses practicing within the state of Illinois need to have a better understanding of what the "Care Continuum" consists of and the role of the nurse leader plays to enhance care delivery.

 

Objectives:

  • Analyze the concept of "The Continuum of Care" 
  • Identify key structures/process that encompass the continuum of care
  • Examine the role of the nurse leader to enhance care delivery throughout the continuum 

CE:

The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders is accredited by the Ohio Nurses Association to provide continuing education for nurses. The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 CE.

 

Webinar 5

Date: August 30, 2017   Time: 12:00pm CST

 

Title: Engaging Partners to Promote Population Health

Presenters: Jan Albers DNP, RN, CLC

 

Description:

In the midst of budgetary constraints, engaging and pooling efforts, intellectual capitol, and breaking down silos to promote positive health outcomes is invaluable. The presentation is focused on tangible tools, evidence based practice, and lived experiences in forming an effective and diverse coalition to engage in working together toward common goals. The focus is on establishing strong foundation and relationships to promote shared vision and thus, unified action and synergy to impact positive health outcomes.

 

Objectives:

 

  • Identify at least two resources to guide the coalition formation process.
  • Examine opportunities for diverse partnerships within the community.
  • Contemplate at least 3 benefits of collaborative health initiatives.
  • Consider the experience of health on the care continuum beyond the organization's locus of control.
  • Identify at least three benefits of engaging diverse stakeholders in the pursuit of positive health outcomes. 

CE:

The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders is accredited by the Ohio Nurses Association to provide continuing education for nurses. The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 CE.

 

Webinar 6

Date: October 11, 2017   Time: 12:00pm CST

 

Title: Effectiveness Begins with YOU

Presenters: Betty Noyes RN , MA 

 

Description:

Effective Leadership begins with knowing who you are at your CORE.Values are the most powerful source of your motivations, perseverance and direction.Values are the most inner core of your actions.. You take them EVERYWHERE.. They are who you are!!!We seldom take time to examine our own.

Objective:

  • Increase awareness of self-support personal and professional Leadership’s Effectiveness 

CE:

The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders is accredited by the Ohio Nurses Association to provide continuing education for nurses. The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 CE.

 

Webinar 7

Date: November 1, 2017   Time: 12:00pm CST

 

Title: Career CPR: How Healthcare Professionals Avoid Job Burnout and Increase Job Satisfaction

Presenters: Tami Gilbert

 

Description:

This workshop is highly informative and interactive. The workshop offer the most current information on preventing employee’s burnout with emphasis on the employees taking ownership for their own job satisfaction. The training will be based on becoming a better team player with team building and improve communication skills, and how employees can increase their own value in the workplace. The workshop also show how everyone can have a Gift of GAB and how the Gift of GAB can impact every work environment in a positive manner. GAB is an acronym for Goals, Attitude, and Behavior. Participants will learn through powerful examples and storytelling that will ensure education, energy, and an improved work environment.

 

Objectives:

  • Explain how to become a better team player with their coworkers
  • How to improve their communication skills at work
  • Identify 5 techniques to increase their own job satisfaction
  • Demonstrate and/ or describe ways of stress management
  • Describe ways to increase their visibility and values in their work place 

CE:

The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders is accredited by the Ohio Nurses Association to provide continuing education for nurses. The Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 CE.


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