May 25, 2018
Webinar on May 31: Hospital Leader and Nurse Practitioner Tips for Achieving NP Role Value
Join our webinar and earn 1 CE hour!
Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018
Time: 03:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): CANNT Association
This webinar is free to all CANNT Members.
Non-members can register for $20.00 plus applicable taxes.
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Hospital leaders tell us they have little information that clearly explains nurse practitioner role value. Hence nurse practitioner roles are commonly integrated without achieving the optimal practice and quality outcomes envisioned. We will present new strategies for hospital leaders, nurse practitioners, and other team members that support successful nurse practitioner role value optimization.
Participants will learn these key messages:1. NP practice is optimal when enacting all three (3) practice foci. 2. NP practice is optimized through recognition and support of ‘invisible work’ and authorized clinical activities, enabling NP role flexibility, and building trust. 3. Optimal NP practice benefits: patients, healthcare organizations, team cohesion, professional capacity, and the healthcare system.
Christina (Tina) Hurlock-Chorostecki PhD, NP-Adult
Tina is an Adult Nurse Practitioner, a researcher, and an associate professor at the Labatt Family School of Nursing, Western University, London Ontario. She has worked as an NP since 2001 in critical care, transitional care, complex care, and hemodialysis. Tina is a passionate advocate for the NP role as a leader, researcher and practitioner. Her research on hospital NP roles and interprofessional care is published in peer reviewed journals.
Janice received her undergraduate degree in Nursing from the University of Saskatchewan and a Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Western Ontario. She has worked in student education, continuing education and administrative positions in the hospital setting during the past 42 years. She has been employed in management roles at London Health Sciences Centre (formerly University Hospital) for 36 years. For the past 7 years she has held the position of Director, Renal Services at the London Health Sciences Centre, in London, Ont. as well as being the Regional Director with the Ontario Renal Network for the South West Regional Renal Program. Janice is involved in a volunteer capacity with the Victorian Order of Nurses and is a Past - Chair of the VON Canada Board of Directors. She is the incoming Chair of the Women’s Christian Association, a London organization that operates a Dementia-care focused Long Term Care Home as well as a Dementia Adult Day Program.