Staying on PAR: Pediatric Nursing Appreciation and Recognition

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 304A
Date: Thu, Apr 25th, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Description:

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Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: Nursing appreciation and recognition can affect nursing retention, staff engagement, and clinical outcomes. Learn non-momentary or low-cost nursing recognition strategies and how to develop and sustain a nursing recognition program in a multigenerational workforce.
Primary Presenter Bio: Rebecca Kanaley, RN MS CPN CNL has been a pediatric nurse for 11 years with experience in both general and critical care environments. She is currently the Quality Improvement Coordinator for Pediatric Nursing. Rebecca leads and mentors multiple intraprofessional teams to improve the quality of care for pediatric patients. She believes that staff engagement is a key component in providing medicine of the highest care.
Primary Presenter Institution: Golisano Children's Hospital at URMC
Presenter 2 Institution: Golisano Children's Hospital at URMC
Presenter 2 Bio: Jody Mosher RN-ANCC, MS has been a pediatric nurse for 11 years, and in a direct pediatric leadership position for seven years. She is currently the nurse manager for a new 17 bed pediatric general care unit that opened in 2015. Through her passion for transformational leadership and bedside staff engagement, Jody’s unit has become one of the top performing units in the children’s hospital.
Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: Nursing appreciation and recognition can affect nursing retention, staff engagement, and clinical outcomes. Learn non-momentary or low-cost nursing recognition strategies and how to develop and sustain a nursing recognition program in a multigenerational workforce.
Primary Presenter Bio: Rebecca Kanaley, RN MS CPN CNL has been a pediatric nurse for 11 years with experience in both general and critical care environments. She is currently the Quality Improvement Coordinator for Pediatric Nursing. Rebecca leads and mentors multiple intraprofessional teams to improve the quality of care for pediatric patients. She believes that staff engagement is a key component in providing medicine of the highest care.
Primary Presenter Institution: Golisano Children's Hospital at URMC
Presenter 2 Institution: Golisano Children's Hospital at URMC
Presenter 2 Bio: Jody Mosher RN-ANCC, MS has been a pediatric nurse for 11 years, and in a direct pediatric leadership position for seven years. She is currently the nurse manager for a new 17 bed pediatric general care unit that opened in 2015. Through her passion for transformational leadership and bedside staff engagement, Jody’s unit has become one of the top performing units in the children’s hospital.