A Cut above: Elevating the clinical nurse in education roll-out

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 802
Date: Sat, Apr 27th, 2019
Time: 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Description:

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Session Type: Education

Session Description: This session will outline step-by-step processes of implementing innovative multi-modal educational and evaluation strategies in preparation for transitioning a new pediatric neurosurgical patient population to a new unit. Specific exemplars of preparatory educational strategies such as case studies, survey items, and educational content will be presented to all attendees.
Primary Presenter Bio: Leigh Anne Campbell is the clinical education coordinator for the neuroscience units at Cook Children's Medical Center. With over 25 years in healthcare, Leigh Anne is passionate about growing strong, competent and empathetic nurses who are family and patient focused.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cook Children's Medical Center
Presenter 2 Institution: Cook Children's Medical Center
Presenter 2 Bio: Sara Bliss is the nurse manager for the neurology unit at Cook Children's Medical Center. As a nurse leader, Sara enjoys engaging staff at the bedside. She is a collaborative champion for our patient and family experience.
Session Type: Education

Session Description: This session will outline step-by-step processes of implementing innovative multi-modal educational and evaluation strategies in preparation for transitioning a new pediatric neurosurgical patient population to a new unit. Specific exemplars of preparatory educational strategies such as case studies, survey items, and educational content will be presented to all attendees.
Primary Presenter Bio: Leigh Anne Campbell is the clinical education coordinator for the neuroscience units at Cook Children's Medical Center. With over 25 years in healthcare, Leigh Anne is passionate about growing strong, competent and empathetic nurses who are family and patient focused.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cook Children's Medical Center
Presenter 2 Institution: Cook Children's Medical Center
Presenter 2 Bio: Sara Bliss is the nurse manager for the neurology unit at Cook Children's Medical Center. As a nurse leader, Sara enjoys engaging staff at the bedside. She is a collaborative champion for our patient and family experience.