7:00 am - 4:30 pm
7:00 am - 8:00 am
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Ron Culberson, MSW, CSP
You’ll appreciate the wit and wisdom of Ron Culberson during this Closing Keynote Address. Mr. Culberson will leave you with a head full of ideas and a heart full of optimism, teaching you how to create a culture of excellence, achievement, and happiness in your workplace. Pulling on his experience as a hospice social worker and leader, Mr. Culberson will describe ways to create better relationships, enhance your creativity, and elevate the tone of your workplace culture, all while delivering top-quality services. (Note: This session will not appear in the Online Library.)
9:30 am - 10:45 am
Exhibit Hall Open/Poster Viewing/Meet the Board/Coffee Break
10:45 am - 11:45 am
Academic and Practice Partnerships: Advancing Ambulatory Care Nursing Practice
L. Jessie Jones-Bell, MSN, RN, PHN; Kae Livsey, PhD, MSN, RN; Laurel More, MS, RN, NPD-BC, CPN
This session will discuss how academic and practice partnerships support ambulatory care workforce pipeline development and strengthen practice transformations that enhance the role of RNs in ambulatory care.
HouseCalls: An Evolving Model of Care
Elizabeth Conway, NP
The risk for readmission after hospital discharge is high, particularly for older adults. This session will describe one institution’s adaptations to changing health system needs while providing high-quality care through use of a “HouseCalls” model.
Digital Health Guidance – Transforming Patient Engagement Across Ambulatory Care Settings
Debra Cox, MS, RN; Julie Brown, MS, APRN, CNS
Introduction of new digital tools for use in the ambulatory care setting can markedly impact the nurse’s role in engaging and educating patients in self-management. This session will describe the processes and recommendations to support design and implementation of digital tools such as electronic care plans for chronic health issues.
This session is sponsored through the John H. Reck Memorial Grant.
Immunization Errors in Primary Care: A Successful Human Factor Approach Using Data Analytics to Reduce Errors
Christine Coulter, BSN, RN, CPN; Christine Macaulay, MSN, RN, CEN
In this session, the speakers will examine numerous national immunization errors and identify their causes. The use of human factor approaches, discrete event simulations, and other technologies that influenced error reduction will be discussed. In addition, you’ll earn best-practice clinical workflows and safety strategies developed for error reduction and implementation at most health care facilities.
11:45 am - 1:30 pm
Lunch on Your Own
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
Concurrent Sessions (321-324)
Can Nursing Big Data Produce Value in Ambulatory Care? Leveraging the Power of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Beth Ann Swan, PhD, CRNP, FAAN
As in many areas of health care delivery, ambulatory care practice is being transformed by technological advances. As a result, RNs must learn how to integrate new technologies– including artificial intelligence (AI) -- into their practice. This session will explore how AI allows us to make sense of nursing big data in the ambulatory care arena.
Navigating Nurse Navigation Programs Beyond Oncology
Terrie Rill, MBA-HCM, BSN, RN, CCCM
In health care today, the nurse navigator role has become increasingly varied. This means we need to better define and standardize the role. In this session, you’ll learn how one organization’ clarified the role by developing a shared governance nurse navigator committee and nurse navigator department. The presenter will also discuss the use of nurse-sensitive indicators, on boarding and training, standardized workflows, and documentation.
A New Threat to the Ambulatory Nursing Workforce: Take a Stand!
Kathryn Koehne, DNP, RN-BC, TNP
Nurses spend the majority of their workday sitting at a computer workstation, making them vulnerable to health risks such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and blood clots along with musculskeletal injuries. To reverse these dangers and unavoidable health hazards, nurses must take a stand - literally!
Shared Governance/Magnet® Recognition Rapid Fire Sessions
In these short presentations, multiple speakers will highlight their approaches to managing issues related to shared governance and Magnet recognition.
The Secrets of Developing an Ambulatory Shared Governance Council and the Benefits to Ambulatory Care Nurses
Sara Miller, BSN, RN-BC
Raise Your Voice: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Shared Leadership in the Ambulatory Setting
Amanda Batlle, MSN, RN, CPNP; Marie Ayers, BSN, RN, CPN
RNs Owning Their Practice through Shared Governance
Suzanne Weiss, MM, MHA, RN; Jessica Hey, RN
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Concurrent Sessions (331-334)
Fostering Leader Competency and Development Using an Innovative Leader Development Tool
Laurel More, MS, RN-BC, CPN; Ciara Culhane, MS, RN-BC, CPN
Leadership plays an important role in creating and sustaining a culture of safety. Additionally, leaders play an important role in creating healthy work environments that can affect staff retention and patient satisfaction. This session will identify important leadership frameworks that help develop core competencies and create a culture of safety.
Turning Everyday Data into Action
Nancy Hansen Porter, MPH, BSN, RN; Katie Finlay, PMP, MPH
It is imperative that we use a scientific and systems approach to improve the health of the populations we serve. The development of a database management system at one facility highlights the value of taking everyday data and turning it into an actionable source that requires little to no effort on the part of the population health nurses delivering patient care.
Connecting Two Lungs
Daniel Miller, MHA, BSN, RN
Telehealth education classes provide an innovative way to facilitate patient education and promote family-centered care. In this session, the presenters will show how lung transplant nurse coordinators used live video conferencing to educate patients and caregivers.
Nurse Orientation/Residency Rapid Fire Sessions
In these short presentations, multiple speakers will highlight their approaches to managing issues related to new nurse orientation and nurse residency programs.
Ambulatory Nurse Residency in Oncology Setting
Dianne Cirillo, MS, RN-BC; Andrea Shaffer, MS, APRN, AOCNP; Leo Begazo
Breaking New Ground: Integrating Baccalaureate Students into Primary Care Settings
Kelly Hartwick, MSN, RN; Marilyn Ostendorf, DNP, RN
Developing and Executing a Post-Baccalaureate Residency Fellowship in Primary Care
Kae Livsey, PhD, MSN, RN