Mar 13 2019 Archived Webinar
Moving the Heart of the Frontline – Building a Case for SPHM Sustainability
Presented by Rhonda Turner, RN, MSN-LD, CSPHA
Recorded on Mar 13, 2019
This webinar will dive into how to bring the vision of an engaged comprehensive SPHM program to a reality. With the many competition priorities that impact care, we must intertwine best practices within the natural workflow of the caregiver supported by the c-suite. Moving the heart of the frontline takes commitment and innovation at every level. You will have the opportunity to explore creative skills fairs and learning labs to support injury prevention, fall prevention, and all that is encompassed under the umbrella of the culture of safety.
Rhonda Turner has been in healthcare for 33 years with 28 years of her career as a CNA. She acquired her BSN in 2014 and was inspired to go after her MSN -leadership to be a stronger voice for the frontline. She graduated with a MSN in December of 2017 and added a graduate certificate in healthcare education. Rhonda currently works as a quality improvement specialist and continues to see the gaps in our practice and our missed opportunities in healthcare. She is an advocate for support and innovation through education to increase the knowledge of what SPHM entails and how a comprehensive program can positively impact patient outcomes and promote injury prevention.
OBJECTIVES – After this session, participants will be able to:
- Know who your key stakeholders are when it comes a building and sustaining a comprehensive SPHM program.
- Create a SPHM gap assessment using the 8 ANA SPHM standards, set your vision, and take your business case to the C-Suite.
- Learn how to follow through with implementation and gain creative solutions to shift the culture from within.
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Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 15826, for 1 contact hour.