By Gen Guanci, MEd, CAGS OD, RN, NPD-BC, CCRN-K, Chief Executive Officer Not a day goes by where I don’t read something related to the trauma, burnout, and deterioration of…
Creative Health Care Management Inc. is thrilled to announce the release of a new and updated book “The Ultimate Guide to Competency Assessment in Health Care”. The newest competency based resource…
Creative Health Care Management hosted a Creative Nursing launch event featuring the thought leaders published in Vol. 27 #3– In It Together: Engaging the Public in Public Health View the…
By Marky Medeiros MSN, RN For a new Magnet® Program Director (MPD) getting started is the hardest part. Once started the opportunities and job requirements are endless depending on the…
October 5 is recognized as National Do Something Nice Day. Take a little time today to spread positivity and make someone smile. Even if you can’t see that smile under their mask, you will see it in their eyes and feel it in your heart.
Do Something Nice Day ideas:
- Text someone you appreciate and tell them.
- Give a nice compliment.
- Help someone with a task or chore.
- Give blood or donate to a charity.
- Pick up trash you see on the ground.
- Leave positive comments on social media.
- Do something nice for yourself!
This Excellence Exchange newsletter provides suggestions for overcoming barriers to data collection, discusses MPD core competencies for facilitating the journey to excellence, and highlights CHCM’s upcoming events and other exciting news.
In It Together: Engaging the Public in Public Health
It’s fitting that Issue #3, whose working title for more than a year has been “The Public Health Issue,” has a worldwide range of authorship, in age, geography, and walks of health-care life. For all the tumult of 2021, this issue of Creative Nursing is an antidote – people doing brave, creative, insightful things to promote the common good. From children who need to learn how to eat healthy and sleep better, to adolescents and young adults who need correct information about sex, to adult citizens who need to feel safe and to be treated equitably and compassionately by society and by their caregivers, to health care professionals in all arenas who deserve respect, and to all of us as we try to remember to wash our hands, we are all in this together.
Creative Health Care Management (CHCM) has announced that Gen Guanci, MEd, RN, NPD-BC, CCRN-K, has been named its new Chief Executive Officer by the Board of Directors. Guanci, a well-known leader of shared governance cultural change in health care, Magnet® designation consultant, and best-selling author, joined CHCM in 2007. She will continue to serve as a consultant supporting organizations with their shared governance and journey to excellence needs. Outgoing CEO Mary Koloroutis said, “Gen is a passionate leader with a deep commitment to our clients and the mission of our company. She will step into the CEO role with ease and move our company forward with positive energy and vision.”