Nurse Wellness Bundle - Self-paced Online Course

Nurse Wellness Bundle - Self-paced Online Course

Type: Bundle
Expiration Date: 03/28/2019
Location: Online


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Overview:

This four-course bundle brought to you by ANA gives nurses and nurse leaders strategies to deal with stress to ensure healthier physical and emotional lives for themselves and their staff.

Success Under Stress: Leading a Stress-Free Environment

This pre-recorded webinar will give nurse leaders the information and tools they need to understand how to help themselves and their staff deal with the stress that comes with the nursing profession. By developing an awareness of the impact of self-management on work culture, performance, and outcomes, this webinar helps leaders more effectively affect the culture of their staff and implement change to create a more positive workplace.

Dealing with Fatigue: Strategies for Nurse Leaders

Nurse fatigue is a widespread issue that impacts all elements of nursing. Resolving fatigue issues helps prevent mistakes and improves patient and nurse safety, overall outcomes, unit efficiency, and nurse retention and engagement. "Dealing with Fatigue: Strategies for Nurse Leaders" is intended to help nurse leaders like you enable their staff to better handle physical and emotional fatigue by helping them identify the issues and then giving them the best practices and techniques to resolve the issues.

How Can Nurses Encourage Patients to Live Healthy Lives

The health of nurses has always been an issue for the profession. This pre-recorded webinar seeks to do two things. First, to help nurses understand how to lead their own path in taking better care of their own physical and mental states and that of their staff. The second, to show what the impact of doing so can have on their patients’ health, outcomes, and hospital readmissions.

After watching this pre-recorded webinar, you will learn how to better lead your own health care- and by doing so improve patient care and outcomes

Emotional Intelligence Matters: Why it’s a Game-Changer for Nurses

Emotional Intelligence Matters: Why it’s a Game-Changer for Nurses, provides nurses at all levels the specific strategies and tools needed to hone their emotional intelligence acumen to improve relationships, retention rates, and patient outcomes.

Key Learning Outcomes

  
  • Understanding of how leaders' behaviors and characteristics affect workplace stress.
  • Specific methods for leaders to use to help identify stress-causing issues in their staff
  • Techniques for leaders to use to help themselves and their staff deal with stress effectively
  • Health Challenges Faced by Nurses
  • Discriminate leadership responsibility for identifying work environment elements contributing to fatigue
  • Define leadership strategies to create and sustain a safe care delivery environment
  • Be more effective as a leader and manager by understanding how to read and better work with others – patients and others on your staff
  • Effectively hire for team and organizational fit using emotional intelligence
  • Build better teams and retain staff using emotional intelligence
  • Use emotional intelligence to ultimately improve patient outcomes

Presented By

  

Dr. Sharon Melnick

As a business psychologist, Dr. Sharon Melnick is a leading authority helping business professionals move to the next level and have success under stress. Her methods are informed by 10 years of research at Harvard Medical School, sharpened by training in cutting edge stress resilience techniques, and field tested by over 7500 clients and training participants. Dr. Melnick is the author of the newly released book, Success under Stress: Powerful Tools for Staying Calm, Confident, and Productive when the Pressure's On. You, too, can have steady focus throughout the day and come home with 30% more energy, stay rational when someone is driving you nuts, turn your perfectionistism into self-confidence, and turn obstacles in the changing economy into opportunities.

Lanette L. Anderson

Lanette L. Anderson has a Masters in Nursing Administration, a JD, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She has been licensed as a registered nurse in the State of West Virginia since 1980 and has also been licensed as an attorney in West Virginia since 1992. Ms. Anderson retired on June 30, 2016 from her full-time job as the Executive Director of the West Virginia State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), where she was active for twenty-four years in nursing regulation, health care policy, and nursing leadership activities. She was also actively involved with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing for each of the twenty-four years of her employment with the West Virginia LPN Board. She served as a member of the Board of Directors of that organization from 2011 to 2015. She also participated as a member on numerous committees with the National Council over the years. She also has been employed in nursing education since 2006 serving as an adjunct faculty member in several onground and online BSN and MSN programs. Ms. Anderson’s background in clinical practice is primarily in Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing.

Dr. Estelle Codier

Dr. Estelle Codier is one of the early innovators in the field of nursing emotional intelligence, and has presented her research in this field both nationally and internationally. Her research provided the first evidence that measured emotional intelligence correlates with performance and retention in clinical staff nurses. Further research explored the role of emotional intelligence in nurse managers (funded by AONE in 2009-10) and in clinical oncology unit practice. An ongoing multisite study explores the emotional intelligence of nursing students.

In 2007, Dr. Codier was in Who’s Who of Health Sciences Academia. In 2008, she was nominated for the University of Hawaii Excellence in Teaching Award. She was also nominated and recommended for the Francis Davis Teaching Award from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In 2010, Dr. Codier was accepted as a fellow in the Consortium for Emotional Intelligence, a world consortium of 60 top researchers in the field of Emotional Intelligence research.

Deborah Eldredge

Director, Nursing Quality, Research, and Magnet Recognition

Denise Foster

Division Director, Women's and Children's Service Oregon Health and Science University

Pricing Information

  
Price: $149.00
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