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Current trends demand for care to be delivered outside of the hospital setting. This webinar will discuss how changes in healthcare delivery drive the need for new graduate nurse residency programs to incorporate ambulatory specialty care content into a formal transition to practice program. Considerations and strategies for residency program development and potential barriers to program implementation will be highlighted.
Follow the journey of a multi-hospital health system on its way to a standardized nursing orientation to effectively on-board and develop RNs. In this webinar, three NPD practitioners will share their story and process to achieving standardization in their organization.
This powerful and engaging webinar focuses on meeting the sophisticated and complex needs of healthcare organizations through coaching. Approaches to deepen listening skills, techniques to ask questions that enhance insight, and resources to expand the leader’s coaching communication are featured. Evidence-based approaches to deepening communication and case examples demonstrate the results of engaging learners and re-energizing leaders.
This text is the first leadership text designed specifically for nursing professional development. It is designed for the NPD department leader and covers general leadership principles, legal/ethical considerations and operational components of departmental management such as human resources management and fiscal responsibility.
The National Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine released a consensus study report in late 2019 entitled, Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being. In this report, 6 recommendations were made. This webinar explores these recommendations, focusing on those that can be acted on by professional development teams.
The second edition of Adding Pizzazz addresses that healthcare practitioners are often called upon to share their expertise with colleagues. They might be asked to make presentations at patient support groups, professional rounds, workshops, meetings, webinars, and/or conferences. Often these experts have not developed strong presentation skills; consequently, many are reluctant to give presentations. The ability to plan and deliver high quality presentations is an art and a discipline with a clear goal—to enable participants to change in some way that addresses an identified gap in practice or opportunity for growth. In this monograph, healthcare professionals learn how to enhance their presentation skills.