2-4-6-8 What Should Nurses Tolerate: Creating behavioral guidelines for family members and visitors in the Pediatric ICU

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 201
Date: Thu, Apr 25th, 2019
Time: 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Description:

Edward, K., Stephenson, J., Ousey, K., Lui, S., Warelow, P., & Giandinoto, J. (2015). A systematic review and meta-analysis of factors that relate to aggression perpetrated against nurses by patients/relatives or staff. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25(3). doi: 10.1111/jocn.13019

Rosenstein, H. A. (2011). Managing disruptive behaviors in the health care setting: Process, policy, prevention and intervention. Advances in Psychology Research, 204(3). doi: 10.1016/j.ajog.2010.10.899

The Joint Commission. (2008, July 9). Behaviors that undermine a culture of safety. Retrieved from https://www.jointcommission.org/assets/1/18/SEA_40.PDF

Truman, A., Goldman, My., Lehna, C., Berger, J., & Topp, R. V. (2013). Verbal abuse of pediatric nurses by patients and family members. Kentucky Nurse, 61(1). Retrieved from CINAHL.
Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: As nurses, we go to great lengths to advocate for our patients, but who is advocating for us? Learn about our unit’s development and implementation of family guidelines, outlining behavioral expectations of family members and visitors, and empowering nurses to stand up for themselves to better advocate for our patients.
Primary Presenter Bio: Stephanie is a staff nurse at the Comer Children's Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Stephanie is finishing up a Master's in Nursing, specializing in clinical leadership. She also serves as the shared governance chair for the PICU.
Primary Presenter Institution: Comer Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Comer Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Meg is a staff nurse at Comer Children's Hospital in Chicago in the PICU. Meg will graduate in May with her FNP and also serves as co-chair for the PICU's shared governance council. Meg spends her time off work with her goldendoodle, Belle.
Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: As nurses, we go to great lengths to advocate for our patients, but who is advocating for us? Learn about our unit’s development and implementation of family guidelines, outlining behavioral expectations of family members and visitors, and empowering nurses to stand up for themselves to better advocate for our patients.
Primary Presenter Bio: Stephanie is a staff nurse at the Comer Children's Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Stephanie is finishing up a Master's in Nursing, specializing in clinical leadership. She also serves as the shared governance chair for the PICU.
Primary Presenter Institution: Comer Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Comer Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Meg is a staff nurse at Comer Children's Hospital in Chicago in the PICU. Meg will graduate in May with her FNP and also serves as co-chair for the PICU's shared governance council. Meg spends her time off work with her goldendoodle, Belle.