Webinar Archive

A Tool for Getting Great Quality DAISY Nominations: View Extraordinary Nursing through the See Me as a Person Framework

A collaborative webinar by The DAISY Foundation and Creative Health Care Management

Nurses rarely see the full scope of how much their care impacts their patients and families. The huge, life-saving acts and especially the little expressions of compassion and care that nurses do every day are seen as simply doing their jobs. Nurses may take their work for granted, but we at The DAISY Foundation and Creative Health Care Management know that patients and families do not. To patients and their families, a nurse’s “ordinary” is extraordinary.

Now there is a way for nurses to think through what they do in a way that makes them more aware of the full scope of their own impact. Additionally, nurses may apply this framework to writing rich DAISY Award nominations for their nursing colleagues.

Building Relationship-Based Care into Your Magnet® Journey

Gen Guanci, Creative Health Care Management Consultant, hosts this informative webinar. For some organizations the journey to Magnet® designation is the motivation for implementing Relationship-Based Care (RBC).  For others, it is the outstanding outcomes and improvements seen with Relationship-Based Care that leads an organization to seek Magnet® designation.  Regardless of the motivation, it is important that organizations understand the synergistic role that Relationship-Based Care can play in their quest for Magnet® designation.  This webinar will address how to bring your Professional Practice Model (PPM) to life through the framework of Relationship-Based Care.

Creating Therapeutic Relationships with Patients and Families

The therapeutic relationship is what brings Relationship-Based Care to life. The purpose of the therapeutic relationship is to facilitate the capacity of patients and their loved ones to cope with illness and to invite them into full partnership in their healing and health. It is grounded in medical, nursing, and psychological research, and it is built on the healing power of authentic connection.

Mary Koloroutis, Creative Health Care Management Vice President and co-author of See Me as a Person, presents on four practices that will help you to create therapeutic relationship with patients and families in even the most chaotic, time-constrained environments.

From Chaos to Clarity Part I: How Exemplary Nurse Managers Thrive in our Complex Health Care Environment

Mary Koloroutis, Creative Health Care Management Vice President and Consultant, discusses the work she’s doing with Nurse Manager exemplars to discover what helps them to thrive despite their difficult workloads and the unique pressures of their jobs.

As vital and influential leaders at the heart of the organization, nurse managers may have the toughest job in the American health care system. Still, many managers are able to thrive in the position. During this informative webinar you learn about a qualitative study based on Positive Deviance Theory in which exemplary nurse managers describe their successful leadership principles and strategies for achieving desired results. You will leave with a greater understanding of ways to thrive amidst the ever evolving, and always challenging, health care environment.

From Chaos to Clarity Part 2: Top Strategies for Achieving Success as a Nurse Manager

Traci Hanlon explores practical strategies to achieve success as a nurse manager. Based on Mary Koloroutis’ research on exemplary Nurse Managers, this session talks about the implication on practice of Mary’s findings shared in the From Chaos to Clarity: How Exemplary Nurse Managers Thrive in our Complex Health Care Environment.   During this webinar you will obtain practical actions you can apply today to alleviate stress and increase your resiliency as a Nurse Manager.

Measuring the Outcomes of Nursing Professional Development

When asked for an outcome report, all too often educators report out on their productivity: how many classes they taught, how many people attended, how many learning modules were created and uploaded.

Productivity reports are okay, but the value-added report is one that speaks to what is different in the organization as a result of the work the educator did and how that work contributed to organizational goals. During this webinar, Gen Guanci, Creative Health Care Management Consultant, describes ways to articulate how Nursing Professional Development (NPD) contributes to the attainment of organizational goals and increases the understanding that NPD is essential to ensuring that these goals are met.

Out with the Old, In with the New: Magnet® Manual Revision

The long awaited 2014 Magnet® Manual was released this summer (2013) and you may be wondering, “What will be changed?”

Gen Guanci and Susan Cline, Creative Health Care Management Consultants, host this webinar to discuss  the changes associated with Magnet® language, document requirements, and Organizational Overview as well as the Sources of Evidence (SoE).  They share several examples of best practices associated with select SoEs.

Partnering with Physicians to Achieve Compassionate Care

This webinar explores the existing fragmentation of care present in most health care systems as delivered by multiple members of the health care team. Physicians, nurses, care attendants, and many others contributing to the patient care experience are all generally doing their best to serve patient needs. The problem, however, is insufficient coordination of the care each provides, often resulting in confusion of the patient and their family.

Dr. Dan Kopp, Creative Health Care Management Physician Consultant, provides insight into how and why this fragmentation occurs, and offer tools to assist in a more seamless delivery of care.

Pulled in Every Direction: Best Practices for Nurse Leaders in Managing Time and Priorities

The most difficult role in health care is that of first line leader. These crucial leaders have the biggest impact and often the least support. They often feel so overwhelmed with expectations that they run from task to task. The joy of developing others, providing encouragement and stimulating creativity is often lost.

In this webinar recording, Susan Wessel and Donna Wright, outline best practices in managing time and priorities. Hear about the biggest time wasters and how to successfully overcome them.

Re-Igniting the Spirit of Caring: Well Being, Engagement, and the Patient Experience

“To love what you do… To know that it matters….How can there be greater joy?” Susan Edstrom, Creative Health Care Management Consultant, hosts this webinar.  During the webinar you will gain personal insight and practical tips on what it takes to reawaken joy, meaning, and purpose in your work. Discover how caring for three key relationships;  relationship with self,   relationship with colleagues, and  relationship with patients and  their families creates  the foundation for positive patient experiences.

Relationship-Based Precepting:  What it is and Why it Matters

Traci Hanlon, Consultant at Creative Health Care Management, describes a precepting model that guides the day-to-day practice of precepting and articulates the critical elements necessary for precepting to be a successful component of any comprehensive orientation program.

Although most organizations use preceptors in their onboarding process, many organizations fail to do so in a formal and evidence based manner resulting in a lack of preceptor engagement, decreased orientee satisfaction and retention and poor new graduate readiness to practice outcomes.

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The Secrets of a Successful Competency Process

Donna Wright, Creative Health Care Management Consultant, noted speaker, and author of The Ultimate Guide to Competency Assessment, hosts this HealthcareSource webinar.