1 AONE Nurse Manager Fellowship Program For the Price of One Presentation ID: L1
2 Disclosures Today s presenters do not have any relevant financial interests presenting a conflict of interest to disclose. Participants must attend the entire session(s) in order to earn contact hour credit. Continuing Nursing Education credit can be earned by completing the online session evaluation. The American Organization of Nurse Executives is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation. AONE is authorized to award one hour of pre-approved ACHE Qualified Education credit (non-ache) for this program toward advancement, or recertification in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
3 Objectives Extrapolate values of the AONE Nurse Manager Fellowship Program for both individuals attending and the institutions they represent. Discuss briefly several highlights and Fellowship Capstone project implementations aimed at streamlining throughput; increasing continuity of patient care, and staffing strategies to decrease cost.
4 30 for the Price of One
5 What is the Fellowship? The AONE Nurse Manager Fellowship was started in Face to Face Retreats Provides a learning environment that shapes and develops current Nurse Managers. Attend National Meetings Nurse Manager Fellowship Virtual Learning Practical application of classroom work Capstone Project approved by CNO.
6 Goal of the Nurse Manager Fellowship The goal of the Nurse Manager Fellowship program is to ensure the future vitality of nursing leadership by: Meeting practice needs of the nurse manager: knowledge, competency acquisition, and enhanced experiential learning. Assuring that nurse leaders are perceived as valuable members of management and leadership teams. Supporting the key aspects of succession planning. AONE Website (n.d.), Nurse Manager Fellowship, Retrieved May 13, 2013 from
7 Value of AONE Nurse Manager Fellowship! Content Expertise Confidence Networking Linked to a professional organization Mentoring relationship with Chief Nursing Officer
8 The Power of Peer Relationships Indiana University
9 New Orleans Content Session One January th, 2013 Improvisation Training Nurse Manager Engagement Performance Improvement, Transformation and Innovation Diversity Action Learning Publishing Workshop Circle Concepts Accountable Care
10 AONE 46 th Annual Meeting & Exposition: Denver, March 19 th -23rd Fellowship was highlighted at the 46th Annual Meeting with an additional special curriculum. Fellows attended the preconference on Money Talks: Finance and Business Skills for Nurse Managers Exposure to the regional meeting. Plenary sessions with key speakers: Captain Chesley B. Sullenberger, III Liz Wiseman Cokie Roberts Beatrice J. Kalish, RN, PhD, FAAN Steve Uzzell
11 Annual Meeting Fellowship Debrief At the conclusion of the Annual Meeting the Nurse Manager Fellows met to debrief of the annual meeting with M.T. Meadows and Pam Thompson. Allowed fellows to give input on: Content Speakers Format Suggestions for change Fellowship program input
12 American Hospital Association Convention Session Three July 23, 2013-July 27, 2013: San Diego, Ca Highlights Included: Presentation of one of the Fellow s Projects as a Poster Presentation Meeting with National Leaders on topics such as IHI Safety Initiatives, & the changing landscape of Healthcare Fellowship Sessions on: Complex Adaptive Systems, Coaching Workshops, & Advocacy
13 Final Meeting, Washington, D.C. Fellowship Session Four October 21, 2013-October 25, 2013: Washington, D.C. Highlights: Meeting with Congressional Staff on The Hill to discuss current Health Policy Issues & Important Bills under consideration Review of Capstone Projects and Outcomes A chance to discuss future professional goals and opportunities Time to look back on all we have accomplished this year and say Thank You
14 Preparing you for a Higher Level of Conversation and Influence
15 Just a Taste of What We Have Accomplished in 2013 Diane Pearce Awarded AACN Circle of Excellence Award Winner Todd Griner newly appointed assignment to the AONE Education Committee Andy Loehr elected to the Board of his state AONE (Missouri Organization of Nurse Leaders) Lori Puthoff and Michelle Kobayashi asked to be members of the AONE 2014 Publication Committee Dr. Fred Brown published in JONA, 3 Poster Presentations, 4 Professional Presentations, Elected as Nursing Operational Committee Chairman at Rush University Medical Center Cheryl Maguire awarded the Victoria L. Rich Transformational Leadership Award.
17 Example of Projects Dena McDonald, RN, BSN, NMF Hackensack University Medical Center
18 Marle Shelton-Hoff, RNC, MSN, NMF Cedars Sinai Medical Center
20 Caring for the Alcohol Withdrawal Patient Deirdre Doyle, RN, MHA/MSN,CNML Yale New Haven Hospital o CIWA self-auditing tool to keep track of patients alcohol detoxification symptoms and scores. o De-escalation training o CAGE screening on admission to any patient who answers yes to drinking. o If any CAGE question is answered yes, the nurse places a Social Work consult. o Use of dedicated Social Worker to screen patients for appropriateness for AA visit o CIWA protocol updated across health system. o All components were standardized and order sets created in the electronic health record in order to correctly utilize the alcohol detox protocol and minimize optionality in medication ordering o AA volunteers now coming in to visit patients at the bedside on since the o Created in conjunction with volunteer services, social work, community liaisons, MDs, PAs, and nursing staff to provide patients with a direct link to the AA community while still inpatient. o Yale University Motivational Interviewing (MI) study 5 RNs trained on the techniques of MI and interviewing patients who agree to be part of the study. Decrease in LOS = 0.45 days x 422 $4,000/day = $759, 600 Value of a Volunteer = $28/hour x 8.5 hours = $238 1/7= 14% readmit rate when seen by AA.
22 Application Process Chief Nursing Officer Must Sponsor Applicant Must Complete Application Two Essays Resume/CV Capstone proposal Letter of sponsorship from CNO
23 Candidates from 2013 Fellowship Make sure your state & organization are represented in 2015!
24 Contact Information AONE Website: Marle A. Shelton-Hoff MSN, RNC, AONE NMF Tara Matz, MSN, RN, NMF Michelle Kobayashi, BSN, RN, CEN Christian Lawson, MBA, BSN, RN Steve Thomas, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNML Lori Puthoff, MSN, RN, NMF Liz O'Mara RN, BSN, CNML Morgan Talley, RN BSN, AONE NMF Deirdre Doyle, RN, MHA/MSN,CNML C. Scott Hilliard, MSN, RN Todd Griner, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, NMF Ashley Jensen RN, MSN, CEN Jennifer Kohnen MSN, BSN Neal Clayton BSN, RN, CCRN Carol Rupert RN, BSN, MBA, CRRN Dianne Pearce RN, BSN, CCRN Cheryl Maguire MSN, RN, CCRN Debbie Barrera, RNC-NIC, BSN Kathleen Gregg, MSN, RN, CNML Andrew B. Loehr, MSN, RN, CPNP
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