The dynamic nature of change happening across healthcare will impact every aspect of care to patients and to nursing practice. Nurse leaders along with nurses across all nursing practice settings will have the opportunity to unpack system level changes to identify how barriers can be scaled to transform nursing practice and healthcare at large. The future of healthcare is going to require a novel holistic thinking perspective, a distinguishing characteristic, which is most unique to nursing in order for significant change.
Presenters at this conference will challenge participants to become positive disruptors in their work environments and will share innovative and creative approaches to improving nursing practice that are up and coming and were implemented during the pandemic. Best practices and "fail forwards'' will be explored to help share knowledge and to mobilize change within the workforce!
The conference will address how nurses can and must lead the next evolution of healthcare through innovation and collaboration and will encompass robust discussions of the challenges that the nursing workforce, organizational leaders, nursing educators, and policymakers need to overcome so that the future nursing workforce will be prepared to address the health needs of society
Please join ONL NJ in listening to among others, national leaders Bonnie Clipper DNP, MA, MBA, RN, CENP, FACHE, FAAN, anurse futurist, expert in virtual nursing, nationally recognized thought leader in building cultures of innovation and Robyn Begley, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, Chief Executive Officer, American Organization for Nursing Leadership, Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Vice President for Workforce of the American Hospital Association discusskey initiatives involving workforce, quality and safety, and future care delivery models.
At the conclusion of this educational event, the learner will gain knowledge on the critical challenges of the future of nursing and will self-report confidence on a Likert scale of (1-5) in adopting at least one key strategy in sustaining a healthy work environment in challenging times, which may transferable to their practice and/or organization.
Eighty percent of the learners will report that they have confidence in adopting and implementing at least one key strategy that will assist them to practice effectively in their practice setting.
Continuing Education Credits:
This activity has been submitted to the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses for approval to award contact hours. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses is Accredited as an approver of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.