Sharing Best Practices via "Hackathons" in Ambulatory Pediatric Clinics

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 803
Date: Sat, Apr 27th, 2019
Time: 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Description:

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The Innovation Road Map: A Guide for Nurse Leaders.
Cianelli, R., Clipper, B., Freeman, R., Goldstein, J., & Wyatt, T. (2016).
Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: Success in the ambulatory pediatric environment requires being able to adapt new knowledge and innovation to complex and evolving conditions. Sharing best practices is paramount to improve quality of care, outcomes, and satisfaction. Sharing best practices in the ambulatory arena via a "hackathon retreat" is an innovative and refreshing platform to collaborate and explore best practices.
Primary Presenter Bio: Julie Noel graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2008. Julie has worked in the NICU at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, CO and at Levine’s Children Hospital in Charlotte, NC. She has also earned her certification in the NICU. Julie has worked as an RN in the Ambulatory setting at the Medical University of South Carolina with Pediatric Specialties since 2015. Julie has been an active member of the Ambulatory Shared Governance Council since 2016 and has also earned her RNIII status in 2017.
Primary Presenter Institution: Medical University of South Carolina
Presenter 2 Institution: Medical University of South Carolina
Presenter 2 Bio: Dana Millet graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing in 1992. In 2008, Dana returned to School at the Medical University of South Carolina obtaining her Masters in Health Administration with an emphasis on Leadership. Dana worked at the South Carolina Department of Environmental Control for 19 years. She has been at the Medical University of South Carolina for 4 years, initially as a Nurse Manager and more recently as a Director of Ambulatory.
Presenter 3 Bio: Kara Simpson graduated with an ADN from the University of South Carolina-Lancaster in 2000. In 2014, Kara graduated from Walden University with a MSN in Nursing Education. Kara has been at the Medical University of South Carolina as a Nursing Professional Development Specialist since 2016. She also works as a Clinical Adjunct with a local university. Kara will start her DNP program at Gardner-Webb University in August of 2018.
Presenter 3 Institution: Medical University of South Carolina
Session Type: Quality Improvement

Session Description: Success in the ambulatory pediatric environment requires being able to adapt new knowledge and innovation to complex and evolving conditions. Sharing best practices is paramount to improve quality of care, outcomes, and satisfaction. Sharing best practices in the ambulatory arena via a "hackathon retreat" is an innovative and refreshing platform to collaborate and explore best practices.
Primary Presenter Bio: Julie Noel graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2008. Julie has worked in the NICU at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, CO and at Levine’s Children Hospital in Charlotte, NC. She has also earned her certification in the NICU. Julie has worked as an RN in the Ambulatory setting at the Medical University of South Carolina with Pediatric Specialties since 2015. Julie has been an active member of the Ambulatory Shared Governance Council since 2016 and has also earned her RNIII status in 2017.
Primary Presenter Institution: Medical University of South Carolina
Presenter 2 Institution: Medical University of South Carolina
Presenter 2 Bio: Dana Millet graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing in 1992. In 2008, Dana returned to School at the Medical University of South Carolina obtaining her Masters in Health Administration with an emphasis on Leadership. Dana worked at the South Carolina Department of Environmental Control for 19 years. She has been at the Medical University of South Carolina for 4 years, initially as a Nurse Manager and more recently as a Director of Ambulatory.
Presenter 3 Bio: Kara Simpson graduated with an ADN from the University of South Carolina-Lancaster in 2000. In 2014, Kara graduated from Walden University with a MSN in Nursing Education. Kara has been at the Medical University of South Carolina as a Nursing Professional Development Specialist since 2016. She also works as a Clinical Adjunct with a local university. Kara will start her DNP program at Gardner-Webb University in August of 2018.
Presenter 3 Institution: Medical University of South Carolina