Leveraging Family Preference for Pediatric Bedside Report: Use of Process Improvement Methodology to Create a Sustainable Bedside Report Plan

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 103
Date: Wed, Apr 24th, 2019
Time: 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Description:

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Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: Know what is important to patients and families to empower nurses and, thus, make bedside report valuable and sustainable. Learn pediatric specific data and how process improvement led to the creation of a Bedside Report Invitation Plan that will take you from failing bedside report to sustaining bedside report.
Primary Presenter Bio: Sheri Boersma is a bachelor’s prepared, certified pediatric nurse. She has been a bedside nurse for ten years on a pediatric medical-surgical unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. She chaired her unit’s Shared Leadership Council during this bedside report project, was a high reliability mentor for six years, is the hospital's DAISY Award Coordinator and currently serves as Chairperson for a 3-hospital, 55 unit Nursing Shared Leadership Council.
Primary Presenter Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Sarah Buzzell is a bachelor’s prepared, certified pediatric nurse. She has been a bedside nurse for eleven years on the same pediatric medical-surgical unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. She was vice chair of her unit’s Shared Leadership Council at the start of this bedside report project, and is now chairperson and continues to promote this work. Last fall, she became a High Reliability Mentor for the unit, as well.
Presenter 3 Bio: Jamie Dykstra is a bachelor’s prepared, certified pediatric nurse. She has been a pediatric nurse for 20 years and has served as unit manager for the past 7 years. She has supported her team’s Shared Leadership Council both as a bedside nurse and as manager. She has been instrumental as a leader throughout this project to gain and sustain the commitment of her team.
Presenter 3 Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Presenter 4 Bio: Jessica Peacock is a master’s prepared pediatric nurse practitioner and certified pediatric nurse. She has been a bedside nurse for thirteen years on a pediatric medical-surgical unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. She is a high reliability and safety mentor, a member of the Unit Shared Leadership Council, and has been a committed leader throughout this project. In addition to her bedside nurse role at the Children’s Hospital, she works as a pediatric nurse practitioner at a local Pediatric Primary Care office.
Presenter 4 Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: Know what is important to patients and families to empower nurses and, thus, make bedside report valuable and sustainable. Learn pediatric specific data and how process improvement led to the creation of a Bedside Report Invitation Plan that will take you from failing bedside report to sustaining bedside report.
Primary Presenter Bio: Sheri Boersma is a bachelor’s prepared, certified pediatric nurse. She has been a bedside nurse for ten years on a pediatric medical-surgical unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. She chaired her unit’s Shared Leadership Council during this bedside report project, was a high reliability mentor for six years, is the hospital's DAISY Award Coordinator and currently serves as Chairperson for a 3-hospital, 55 unit Nursing Shared Leadership Council.
Primary Presenter Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Sarah Buzzell is a bachelor’s prepared, certified pediatric nurse. She has been a bedside nurse for eleven years on the same pediatric medical-surgical unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. She was vice chair of her unit’s Shared Leadership Council at the start of this bedside report project, and is now chairperson and continues to promote this work. Last fall, she became a High Reliability Mentor for the unit, as well.
Presenter 3 Bio: Jamie Dykstra is a bachelor’s prepared, certified pediatric nurse. She has been a pediatric nurse for 20 years and has served as unit manager for the past 7 years. She has supported her team’s Shared Leadership Council both as a bedside nurse and as manager. She has been instrumental as a leader throughout this project to gain and sustain the commitment of her team.
Presenter 3 Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Presenter 4 Bio: Jessica Peacock is a master’s prepared pediatric nurse practitioner and certified pediatric nurse. She has been a bedside nurse for thirteen years on a pediatric medical-surgical unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. She is a high reliability and safety mentor, a member of the Unit Shared Leadership Council, and has been a committed leader throughout this project. In addition to her bedside nurse role at the Children’s Hospital, she works as a pediatric nurse practitioner at a local Pediatric Primary Care office.
Presenter 4 Institution: Helen DeVos Children's Hospital