Making it Stick: A Bedside Report Journey

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 305A
Date: Thu, Apr 25th, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Description:

1. Friesen, M., Herbst, A., Turner, J. W., Speroni, K. G., & Robinson, J. (2013). Developing a patient-centered ISHAPED handoff with patient/family and parent advisory councils. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 28(3), 208—216.
2. Gregory, S., Tan, D., & Tilrico, M. (2014). Bedside shift reports: What does the evidence say? The Journal of Nursing Administration, 44(10), 541—545.
3. Jeffs, L., Acott, A., Simpson, E., Campbell, H., Irwin, T., Lo, J., Beswick, S., & Cardoso, R. (2013). The value of bedside shift reporting: Enhancing nurse surveillance, accountability, and patient safety. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 28(3), 226—232.
4. McMurray, A., Chaboyer, W., Wallis, M., Johnson, J., & Gehrke, T. (2011). Patients’ perspectives of bedside nursing handover. Collegian, 18(1), 19-26.
5. Sherman, J., Sand-Jecklin, K., & Johnson, J. (2013). Investigating bedside nursing report: A synthesis of the literature. MedSurg Nursing, 22(5), 308—310.
Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: Learn how innovative, frontline, clinical nurses advocated for patients and families to elevate the practice of bedside report. Through the utilization of evidence-based practice, research, surveys, videos, and a partnership with patients/families, these nurses achieved successful and consistent practice of bedside report resulting in increased patient satisfaction scores.
Primary Presenter Bio: Donna has been a nurse for over 23 years and is currently a clinical charge nurse on the Surgical Unit at CHOC Children’s Hospital. Additionally, she works as a Magnet Facilitator at CHOC and a pediatric clinical instructor at Cal State Fullerton. Donna has a master’s degree from West Coast University and is also on the Board of Directors for the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board. She has been involved in many quality improvement and evidence-based practice projects, has been a principal investigator on a research study, and was recently published in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing for her work related to bedside report.
Primary Presenter Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Andrea “Drea” Correia obtained a Master of Science in Nursing with a Clinical Nurse Leader emphasis from Western University of Health Sciences. She has worked at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County for over seven years as both an acute and critical care nurse. She also worked as a pediatric clinical instructor for undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Drea has recently been published in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing for her research as principal investigator for a qualitative study on bedside report.
Presenter 3 Bio: Dawn Hughes is a charge nurse for the newly opened CHOC Inpatient Mental Health Unit. Dawn has been a nurse for over 14 years and has worked in a variety of areas including medical, surgical, emergency, and mental health departments. Dawn has been a passionate leader over shared governance for CHOC and has contributed significantly to improvements in pediatric and adolescent mental health issues.
Presenter 3 Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: Learn how innovative, frontline, clinical nurses advocated for patients and families to elevate the practice of bedside report. Through the utilization of evidence-based practice, research, surveys, videos, and a partnership with patients/families, these nurses achieved successful and consistent practice of bedside report resulting in increased patient satisfaction scores.
Primary Presenter Bio: Donna has been a nurse for over 23 years and is currently a clinical charge nurse on the Surgical Unit at CHOC Children’s Hospital. Additionally, she works as a Magnet Facilitator at CHOC and a pediatric clinical instructor at Cal State Fullerton. Donna has a master’s degree from West Coast University and is also on the Board of Directors for the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board. She has been involved in many quality improvement and evidence-based practice projects, has been a principal investigator on a research study, and was recently published in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing for her work related to bedside report.
Primary Presenter Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Andrea “Drea” Correia obtained a Master of Science in Nursing with a Clinical Nurse Leader emphasis from Western University of Health Sciences. She has worked at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County for over seven years as both an acute and critical care nurse. She also worked as a pediatric clinical instructor for undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Drea has recently been published in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing for her research as principal investigator for a qualitative study on bedside report.
Presenter 3 Bio: Dawn Hughes is a charge nurse for the newly opened CHOC Inpatient Mental Health Unit. Dawn has been a nurse for over 14 years and has worked in a variety of areas including medical, surgical, emergency, and mental health departments. Dawn has been a passionate leader over shared governance for CHOC and has contributed significantly to improvements in pediatric and adolescent mental health issues.
Presenter 3 Institution: CHOC Children's Hospital