Organization of Nurse Leaders of New Jersey

Since 1971, the Organization of Nurse Leaders, New Jersey (ONL NJ) has been the professional organization of choice for nursing leaders in their quest for a united voice in representing nursing administration and management in all practice settings. ONL NJ is affiliated with the New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA) and is also affiliated with the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL).

The membership of ONL NJ is inclusive of the engagement of all nurse leaders and aspiring nurse leaders in the state. It is committed to ongoing professional development, creating and sustaining formal and informal nursing mentorship opportunities at all levels, and mapping the future of safe patient care delivery in NJ.

https://onlnj.org

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Susan Cholewka

scholewka@onlnj.org

Event Details

The Organization of Nurse Leaders of New Jersey (ONL NJ) is pleased to announce the

7 th Annual Administrative Supervisor's Conference to be held virtually on September 19, 2024 - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. EST.


Overview: At a moment's notice or managing through the pandemic crisis, Administrative Supervisors are presented with huge and diverse challenges that can place enormous pressure and unprecedented demands on them as nurse leaders, whether they be experienced or new to the role. Adaptive leadership, critical thinking, good communication skills, clear vision and values and caring relationships are all key attributes that define the successful Administrative Supervisor.


The 7th Annual Administrative Supervisor Conference will provide an unparalleled educational opportunity, designed specifically for Administrative Supervisors, who are the designated nurse leaders on the evening, night and weekend shifts.


This year's conference will explore the latest research on the Administrative Supervisor roles; Exploring the Relevance: Applying ANA Nursing Leadership Scope and Standards to Administrative Supervisors; How to Reduce Your Malpractice Liability as an Administrative Supervisor: Working with GZ colleagues; Fall Prevention Maestros: Empowering Administrative Supervisors in Patient Safety and much more.


Please join ONL NJ and nursing colleagues from around the country in sharing experiences, tools and strategies to assist you in your unique role as Administrative Supervisor.


Learning Outcome: At the conclusion of this educational event, the learner will gain knowledge on the critical challenges of the role as Administrative Supervisor and will self-report on a Likert Scale of (1-5) an increase in knowledge and self confidence in adopting at least two key strategies to improve and sustain their role as Administrative Supervisors in challenging times, which may be transferable to their practice and/or organization.


Eighty percent of the learners will report that they have gained knowledge and self confidence on a Likert Scale of (1-5), in implementing at least two key strategies to improve and sustain their role as Administrative Supervisors in challenging times, which may be transferable to their practice and/or organization.


Successful completion of the course is defined as attendance for 100 percent of the virtual learning session and a completed course evaluation.


Target Audience: Administrative (House) supervisors and aspiring administrative supervisors in acute and post-acute care settings.



Continuing Nursing 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.

Agenda

September 19, 2024

Main Schedule

8:00 AM - 8:05 AM
Welcome
Susan Cholewka, MBA,
Executive Director, ONLNJ

Susan Weaver, PhD, RN, CRNI, NEA-BC,
Nurse Scientist, Hackensack Meridian Health & NJ Collaborating Center for Nursing
8:05 AM - 8:50 AM
Exploring the Relevance: Applying ANA Nursing Leadership & Standards to Administrative Supervisors
The ANA Nursing Leadership Scope and Standards of Practice 3rd edition has been revised to show the evolution from nursing administration, to the nursing leadership specialty across the continuum. It addresses the challenges and opportunities in the work environment for nurse leaders. These standards apply to all levels of nursing leadership within a setting or population. It describes the who, what, where, why and how of nursing leadership.
Edna Cadmus (Executive Director of NJCCN at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Edna Cadmus
EDNA CADMUS PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Edna has served as the Executive Director for the New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing (NJCCN) from 2014 until the present time. The Center under her leadership has sought solutions for nursing workforce challenges using data to support change, working with partners from across the state. She is a Clinical Professor at Rutgers University School of Nursing and past Specialty Director for the graduate Leadership Tracks. She serves as the co-chair for the revision of the ANA Nursing Leadership Scope and Standards 3rd edition.
8:50 AM - 9:30 AM
The Latest Research on the Administrative Supervisor Role
Susan Weaver, PhD, RN, CRNI, NEA-BC
Nurse Scientist, NJCCN
Rebecca Dodmead, MSN-Ed, RN
Administrative Nursing Supervisor, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center
Susan Weaver (Nurse Scientist at Hackensack Meridian Health)
Susan Weaver
Susan H. Weaver, PhD, RN, CRNI, NEA-BC Susan Heidenwolf Weaver is a nurse scientist at the Ann May Center for Nursing at Hackensack Meridian Health and the New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing, the state nursing workforce center. As a nurse scientist, Weaver’s program of research is on the nursing workforce, particularly underrepresented groups such as administrative supervisors, licensed practical nurses, and nurses working the night shift.
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
How to Reduce Your Malpractice Liability as an Administrative Supervisor
There is a growing trend to allege negligence by nursing house supervisors. This presentation seeks to increase your knowledge base and allay your fears of being sued by discussing the most common supervisory allegations and provide liability reduction strategies. Gain tools you can use as a nurse leader.
Elizabeth Rudolph (Founder, Instructor, and CEO of JurexNurse.com)
Elizabeth Rudolph
Elizabeth Rudolph, JD, MSN, RN, PLNC Elizabeth Rudolph is an attorney and nurse who founded JurexNurse.com, a company that trains nurses to be certified as Professional Legal Nurse Consultants. Elizabeth obtained her Bachelor’s in Nursing, Master’s in Nursing, and law degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. She has been a nursing faculty member, and she has practiced law for many years in Memphis, TN. A nationally known speaker and author on legal issues in nursing, Elizabeth has provided presentations on legal topics in nursing at over two thousand conferences, seminars, and workshops. To reach Elizabeth, go to www.JurexNurse.com, on Facebook @JurexNurse, or on Instagram @jurexnurse.
10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Break
10:45 AM - 11:30 AM
TBA
Elizabeth Holbert, RN
Penn State Hershey Medical Center
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Fall Prevention Maestros: Empowering Administrative Supervisors in Patient Safety
MaryJo Phillips, DNP, RN, RN-BC, CMSRN, Hackensack Meridian Health
MP
Maryjo Phillips
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
TBA
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Growing Gratitude
Jackie Noll (Director ED of Cape Regional Medical Center)
Jackie Noll
Jackie Noll is currently the Director of Nursing for the Emergency Department and CARES Program at Cape Regional Medical Center in Cape May Court House. Formerly, she was a Senior Director of Nursing at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia covering Emergency Services, Sedation/Radiology/IR and Vascular Access Services Ms. Noll received her BSN from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and MSN in Leadership and Health System’s Management from Drexel University. She authored a book titled Nurse Led Savings published by Sigma Theta Tau, co-authored evidenced based articles on unit-based patient safety walk rounds and establishing nursing research priorities in pediatric emergency care through using Delphi methodology. Jackie has presented at national conferences including Press Ganey, Children’s Hospital Association, and Magnet on topics including patient safety walk rounds, reducing labor expenses using efficiency and quality improvement methodology, and using nursing shared governance to drive non-labor cost savings. Her professional platform rests on the foundation of gratitude and she is excited to share some thoughts on making gratitude your leadership essential too.
1:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Awards and Prizes Announced
2:00 PM - 2:05 PM
Evaluation & Adjournment

Speakers

Edna Cadmus (Executive Director of NJCCN at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)

Edna Cadmus

Executive Director of NJCCN at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Jackie Noll (Director ED of Cape Regional Medical Center)

Jackie Noll

Director ED of Cape Regional Medical Center

Maryjo Phillips

Clinical Program Manager, Geriatrics at Hackensack Meridian Health

Elizabeth Rudolph (Founder, Instructor, and CEO of JurexNurse.com)

Elizabeth Rudolph

Founder, Instructor, and CEO of JurexNurse.com

Susan Weaver (Nurse Scientist at Hackensack Meridian Health)

Susan Weaver

Nurse Scientist at Hackensack Meridian Health

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