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Saturday, Oct 16

Time

(eastern)

Live Conference Sessions
Beginning at 1pm
Saturday, Oct 16
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1 - 1:15pm

Welcome & Announcements - zoom link A

  • David Bailey, PhD, RN, MBA, CCRN - K, NEA - BC, FACHE
    President, ALSN

1:15 - 2pm

CE: 0.75

Moderator:
David Bailey

Keynote 1 - zoom link A

Role - Modeling Resilience: Refueling Your Passion for the Journey Ahead

  • Kevin Sowers, MSN, RN, FAAN; President of the Johns Hopkins Health System; Executive Vice President of Johns Hopkins Medicine; Baltimore, Maryland

Learner Objectives:

  1. Review the major challenges facing nursing leaders.
  2. Discuss how leaders serve as role-models for organizational resilience.
  3. Gain knowledge for building personal, team, and organizational resilience, particularly during extended emergencies.

    2:15 - 3:15pm

    CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

    Moderator:
    Bret Lyman

    Breakout 1 - zoom link A

    55-R. Psycho-Emotional Dimensions Related to Faculty Online Teaching Effectiveness

    • Yvonne Smith, PhD, APRN - CNS; Baldwin Wallac University; Berea, Ohio
    • Yea-Jyh Chen, PhD, RN; University of North Carolina Wilmington; Wilmington, North Carolina Andrea
    • Warner Stidham, PhD; Kent State University; Kent, Ohio

    Learner Objectives:

    1. Describe the psycho-emotional dimensions for nursing faculty teaching online courses.
    2. Identify the relationships between faculty psycho-emotional dimensions and teaching effectiveness in online environments.


    28-R. Perceptions of the COVID-19 Pandemic Among Frontline Nurses: Implications for Nurse Leaders, Educators and Researchers

    • Esther Chipps, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio
    • Marjorie Kelley, PhD, RN; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio
    • Julia Smith, EdM, RN, PMHNP-BC; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio

    Learner Objectives:

    1. Describe the experience of the frontline staff RNs during the COVID - 19 pandemic.
    2. Identify opportunities for nurse leaders, nurse educators, and nurse researchers to develop innovative strategies to manage future pandemic crises.

    2:15 - 3:15pm

    CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

    Moderator:
    Coleen Wilson

    Breakout 2 - zoom link B

    73-R. An Exploration of Resiliency in a Rural Magnet Designated Hospital

    • Mikel Hand, EdD, RN,OCN, NE-BC, NEA-BC; University of Southern Indiana; Evansville, Indiana
    • Rachel Stangland, MSN, RN, CNOR; Schneck Medical Center; Seymour, Indiana

    Learner Objectives:

    1. Identify methods to measure self perceived resiliency, physical health, and mental health.
    2. Describe problems that may place challenges on the nursing workforce and contribute to a lack of resiliency.
    3. Evaluate reasons to repeat a study due to the COVID Pandemic.

    78-R. Predictors of Nurse Burnout: A Systematic Review

    • George Zangaro, PhD, RN, FAAN; AACN; Washington, DC
    • Dorothy Dulkp, PhD, APRN-C, AOCNP, WHNP-BC, OB/GYN-NP, CCRP; Walden University; Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • Debra Sullivan, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE, COI; Walden University; Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • Deborah Witherspoon, PhD, RN, CNE; Walden University; Minneapolis, Minnesota
    • Kathleen White, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Johns Hopkins University; Ellicott City, Maryland

    Learner Objectives:

    1. Describe the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) tool.
    2. Analyze the use of the MBI to measure burnout in the study population. Explore the implications of the results of the systematic review to predict burnout.

      2:15 - 3:15pm

      CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

      Moderator:
      Holly Wei

      Breakout 3 - zoom link C

      95-R. Understanding Nurses Leadership Needs During a Pandemic

      • Linda Yoder, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN; University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing; Driftwood, Texas

      Learner Objectives:

      1. Describe the experiences of critical care nurses caring for COVID-19 patients.
      2. Discuss the interventions that participant nurses believed were successful in reducing their anxiety and stress.


      27-QI. Touchpoints: A Business Strategy to Retain New Graduate Nurses (NRNs)

      • Dr. Lucy Koneri, DNP; Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing, El Paso, Texas; El Paso, Texas

      Learner Objectives:

      1. Discuss the significance of Touchpoints to help retain NRNs.
      2. Discuss the benefits of retention of NRNs, such as improving patient outcomes, developing influential nurse leaders, and reducing overall healthcare costs.
      3. Discuss the role of leadership in implementing evidence-based strategies to help retain NRNs.
      3:15 - 3:30pm
      Chair Yoga with Linda Roussel - zoom link A

      3:30 - 4:30pm

      CE: 1.00

      Moderator:
      Coleen Wilson

      Keynote 2 - zoom link A

      Nurse Recruitment, Retention and Staffing in Turbulent Times

      • Rose O. Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Christine E Lynn College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic University; Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

      Learner Objectives:

      1. Discuss how the COVID experience has changed the way nurses view their work with implications for recruitment and retention.
      2. Review nursing workforce data trends and the evidence on nurse well-being.
      3. Present leadership best practices in recruitment, retention and staffing to deal with the crisis.
        4:30 - 5:15pm

        New Member Orientation - zoom link A

        • Rose Sherman, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Christine E Lynn College of Nursing, Florida Atlantic University; Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

        Time
        (eastern)

        Live Conference Sessions
        Beginning at 10am
        Sunday, Oct 17
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        9:45 - 1oam
        Welcome & Announcements - zoom link A

        10 - 11am

        CE: 1.00

        Moderator:
        Laura Caramanica

        Keynote 3 - zoom link A

        Diversity Doesn’t Cut It: A Call to Action for Nurse Leaders in Science to Promote Inclusion, Equity, and Justice

        • Jada Brooks, PhD, MSPH, RN, FAAN; Assistant Professor, UNC School of Nursing; Chapel Hill, North Carolina

        Learner Objectives:

        1. Assess the impact of heath inequities in the American Indian population and their root causes.
        2. Provide guiding principles for engaging in health equity research with tribal communities.
        3. Describe why diversity does not equate to inclusion, equity, and justice for racially and ethnically diverse communities.
        4. Share insights on the successes and challenges that untapped minority nurse leaders encounter in the academic environment and their respective communities.
        5. Examine innovative approaches to inclusion, equity, and justice practices in nursing science.

        11:15am - 12:15pm

        CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

        Moderator:
        Susan Weaver

        Breakout 4 - zoom link A

        40-ASP. Building a Culture of Inquiry & Scholarship through an Academic-Practice Research Fellowship Program

        • Kasey Jackman, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC; Columbia University; New York
        • Reynaldo Rivera, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; New York Presbyterian; New York
        • Joyce Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, FNAP; Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, Ohio

        Learner Objectives:

        1. Identify at least two barriers and facilitators of the Academic - Practice Research Partnership.
        2. Describe at least two outcomes of the Academic - Practice Research Partnership.


        30-ASP. Developing Nurse Leaders and Clinical Instructor capacity through Academic-Practice Partnerships

        • Mary Etta Mills, ScD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; University of Maryland School of Nursing; Baltimore, Maryland
        • Linda Hickman, PhD, RN, FACHE; University of Maryland School of Nursing; Baltimore, Maryland
        • Sandra Lucci, PhD, RN, CCNE; University of Maryland School of Nursing; Baltimore, Maryland
        • Julianne Pratt, BS; University of Maryland School of Nursing; Baltimore, Maryland

        Learner Objectives:

        1. Articulate the potential for academic-practice partnerships as a means to prepare nurse leaders also able to serve in an educator role.
        2. Discuss a partnership model designed to advance clinical education while growing the nursing.

          11:15am - 12:15pm

          CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

          Moderator:
          Cheryl Smith Miller

          Breakout 5 - zoom link B

          43-R. The Influence of Individual and Organizational Characteristics on the Perception of Leadership in Primary Care: A Descriptive Study of Nurses Across the US

          • Sarah Brzozowski, PhD(c), MBA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC; University of Wisconsin - Madison; Madison, Wisconsin
          • Linsey Steege, PhD; University of Wisconsin - Madison; Madison, Wisconsin

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Describe registered nurses perceptions of leadership behaviors and outcomes.
          2. Identify the influence of 2 individual and 3 organizational characteristics on nurses perceptions of leadership behaviors in primary care.
          3. Identify the influence of 1 individual and 4 organizational characteristics on nurses perceptions of leadership outcomes in primary care.


          79-R. Using the Donabedian Framework to Examine Transitional Care Innovations among Healthcare Leaders in a Western Canadian Province

          • Sonia Udod, PhD, RN; University of Manitoba; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
          • Michelle Lobchuk, PhD, RN; University of Manitoba; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
          • Lorraine Avery, PhD, RN, CNCC(C); St Boniface General Hospital; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Describe the role of the healthcare leader in planning to improve transitional care for cardiac patients and their family caregivers to manage care in the home.
          2. Gain insight into the challenges experienced by cardiac patients and family caregivers.

          11:15am - 12:15pm

          CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

          Moderator:
          Francine Snow

          Breakout 6 - zoom link C

          67-ASP. Dissemination and Implementation Science: A New Era for Nursing Leadership Research and Practice

          • Heather Nelson-Brantley, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; University of Kansas School of Nursing; Kansas City, Kansas
          • Carli Zegers, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC; University of Kansas School of Nursing; Kansas City, Kansas
          • Esther Chipps, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Describe the fundamental concepts and design approaches used in implementation science.
          2. Articulate the role of dissemination research in influencing policy and guiding nursing leadership decision making.
          3. Value the of role nursing leadership in supporting implementation science teams led by PhD and DNP prepared nurses to increase adoption, implementation, and sustainment of clinical guidelines, quality improvement, and evidence-based practice.
          4. Analyze approaches for integrating dissemination and implementation research and practice into PhD and DNP curricula.
          12:15 - 12:30pm
          Break

          12:30 - 1:3opm

          CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

          Moderator:
          Peggy Jenkins

          Breakout 7 - zoom link A

          61-QI. The Development of a Systematic, Structured, and Science-Based Implementation and Sustainability Toolkit: A Quality Improvement Initiative

          • Penelope Gorsuch, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio
          • Lynn Gallagher-Ford, PhD, RN,NE-BC, DPFNAP, FAAN; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Describe the need for a systematic, structured, and science-based approach to implementation and sustainability.
          2. Apply the Fuld Implementation and Sustainability Toolkit to guide, direct, and plan implementation, and sustainability efforts in their organizations.


          93-ASP. Development of a Customized Advanced Leader Model (CALMA©) Toolkit through a Community of Leaders

          • Roberta Pawlak, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; University of Wisconsin-Madison and Edgewood College; Madison, Wisconsin
          • Barbara Pinekenstein, DNP, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FAAN; University of Wisconsin-Madison; Madison, Wisconsin

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Identify and discuss the practical components of the Customized Advanced Leader Model (CALMA©) (Pinekenstein & Pawlak, 2020).
          2. Participate in the refinement of a CALMA© toolkit to compliment the CALMA© Advanced Leadership Model through a modified Delphi Method.
          3. Create a scenario for toolkit application.

          12:30 - 1:3opm

          CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

          Moderator:
          Nancy Ballard

          Breakout 8 - zoom link B

          65-R. The Promotion of Self-Efficacy and Faculty Resilience when Teaching in Online Courses

          • Debra Hampton, PhD, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CENP, FACHE; UK College of Nursing; Nicholasville, Kentucky
          • Fran Hardin-Fanning, PhD, RN; College of Nursing; Louisville, Kentucky
          • Angie Hensley, DNP, APRN; UK College of Nursing; Lexington, Kentucky
          • Amanda Culp-Roche, PhD, APRN; University of North Carolina Wilmington.; Wilmington, North Carolina
          • Jessica Wilson, PhD, APRN; UK College of Nursing; Lexington, Kentucky

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Illustrate the importance of resilience for nursing faculty.
          2. Communicate results of a study done to assess level of self-efficacy and resilience.
          3. Demonstrate the importance of self-efficacy for the promotion of resilience.


          70-ASP. Evaluation of an Innovative Post-DNP Quality Implementation Scholars Program through an Academic-Practice Partnership

          • Staci Reynolds, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CCRN, CNRN, SCRN; Duke University; Durham, North Carolina
          • Marion Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN; Duke University; Durham, North Carolina
          • Mary Ann Fuchs, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Duke University Health System; Durham, North Carolina

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Recognize the need for a DNP post-doc related to data analytics and implementation science.
          2. Describe the development and curriculum of the DNP Scholars Quality Implementation Scholars Program.
          3. Review the potential outcomes associated with having DNP nursing leaders trained in implementation science.

          12:30 - 1:3opm

          CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

          Moderator:
          Bret Lyman

          Breakout 9 - zoom link C

          42-QI. Reducing Hospital Admissions for Patients with Heart Failure by Implementing the Chronic Care Management Framework: A Cost, Quality and Satisfaction Improvement Project

          • Alexis Koutlas, DNP, RN, NE-BC; Embright, LLC; Seattle, Washington

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Understand the different components of nursing practice frameworks: Point of care vs. comprehensive care.
          2. Identify the role of the nurse educator and leader in developing new frameworks and practice application.


          87-QI. Translating New Knowledge into Clinical Nursing Practices: Leveraging the Learning Management System to Promote Adoption of New Nursing Practices

          • Molly Nunez, MSN, APRN, ACNP; University of California/UCI Health; Orange, California

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Describe how to leverage professional nursing development to promote adoption into practice nursing interventions which promote professional satisfaction.
          2. Explain how a learning management system can be used to create meaningful practice changes by frontline nurses.

          1:30 - 2:30pm

          CE: 1.00

          Moderator:
          Heather Nelson-Bradley

          Keynote 4 - zoom link A

          Nursing Administration and Leadership Science Research: What’s Next?

          • Esther Chipps, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; Nurse Scientist / Associate Professor; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio
          • Lindell Joseph, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAONL; Professor, Director of Health Systems / Administration; University of Iowa; Iowa City
          • Reynaldo R. Rivera, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Director of Nursing Research and Innovations; New York Presbyterian Hospital; New York City

          Learner Objectives:

          1. Describe the recently identified nursing leadership science research priorities.
          2. Appraise and critique the Delphi study research finding presented.
          3. Identify future research projects related to nursing leadership science.

            2:30 - 3:30pm

            CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

            Moderator:
            Joy Parchment

            Breakout 10 - zoom link A

            81-QI. Nurses Changing the Game: Building an Exceptional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Initiative for an Academic Health Care System

            • Kemi Reeves, MSN, RN, GNP-BC; UCLA Health; Los Angeles, California
            • Jade Cruz, MSN-ED, RN; UCLA Health; Los Angeles, California
            • Adisa Cartwright, MSN, RN-BC; UCLA Health; Los Angeles, California
            • Michelle Santizo, MSN, PHN, RN; UCLA Health; Los Angeles, California
            • Karen Grimley, PhD, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE; UCLA Health; Los Angeles, California

            Learner Objectives:

            1. Describe how to develop a structured Nursing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council.
            2. Identify key stakeholders when developing a Nursing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council.
            3. List components of council charter to get leadership buy-in.


            51-QI. Increasing Colon Cancer Screening in Low Income Primary Care Populations

            • Elisa Morrison, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC; UT Tyler; Tyler, Texas
            • Richard Gilder, RN, MS; The Gilder Company; Dallas, Texas

            Learner Objectives:

            1. Apply PDSA to the implementation a QI project in preventive care.
              Describe interventions / bundles to increase colon cancer screening uptake in primary care.
            2. Apply QI concepts to other clinical settings.

            2:30 - 3:30pm

            CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

            Moderator:
            Sandra Galura


            Breakout 11 - zoom link B

            68-QI. Improving Hypertension Outcomes with Digital Storytelling

            • Susan Lacey, RN, PhD, CNL, FAAN; University of Louisiana Monroe; Monroe, Louisiana

            Learner Objectives:

            1. Describe the collective burden of hypertension on individuals and society.
            2. Discuss digital storytelling and its efficacy.
            3. Explain the outcomes and feasibility of this nurse-led initiative.


            82-EBP. Evidence - based Implicit Bias Training

            • Todd Tussing, DNP, RN, CENP, NEA-BC; The Ohio State University College of Nursing; Columbus, Ohio
            • Angela Alston, DNP, MPH, APRN-CNP, WHNP-BC, FNP-BC; The Ohio State University College of Nursing; Columbus, Ohio
            • Tracie McCambridge, MA; The Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio

            Learner Objectives:

            1. Appraise the evidence from the literature on interventions / tactics that demonstrate success in changing implicit - bias behavior.
            2. Identify resources available to healthcare leaders and academics that can be utilized to develop implicit - bias training for staff, faculty, and students.
            3. Identify resources from the discipline of the arts that can be utilized in conversations about race and implicit bias.

            2:30 - 3:30pm

            CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

            Moderator:
            Nora Warshawsky

            Breakout 12 - zoom link C

            41-R. Care & Empathy in the Online Classroom: Towards Measurement of Faculty & Student Behavior that Increases Social Presence & Learning

            • Will Schulz, PhD; Walden University; Minneapolis, Minnesota

            Learner Objectives:

            1. Evaluate how their own practices as an educator, teacher, mentor are consistent with a care and person-centered approach to supporting the learning relationship.
            2. Apply general concepts from a person-centered approach to teaching to their own practices as an educator, teacher, and mentor in order to improve and facilitate learning.


            83-QI. A Leadership Program with a Twist: Empowering Direct Care Nurses to Lead Change for Quality Improvement

            • Caryl Goodyear, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, CCRN-K, FAAN; American Association of Critical Care Nurses; Aliso Viejo, California

            Learner Objectives:

            1. Describe key insights leading to the success of the AACN CSI Academy in positively impacting patient, nurse and unit outcomes.
            2. Apply any of the tools and insights used by the AACN CSI Academy faculty to a quality improvement activity or nurse education.
              3:30 - 3:45pm
              Chair Yoga with Linda Roussel - zoom link A

              3:45 - 4:45pm

              CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

              Moderator:
              Betsy Frank

              Breakout 13 - zoom link B

              88-R. Joy and Meaning in Nurse Manager Practice, A Narrative Analysis

              • Lee Galuska, PhD, RN, NE-BC; UCLA Health; Los Angeles, California

              Learner Objectives:

              1. Describe the quadruple aim, the importance of joy and meaning in nursing and leadership practice, and the link to outcomes.
              2. Discuss themes reflecting nurse manager experiences with meaning and joy.
              3. Identify at least one action to foster nurse manager meaning and joy.


              16-R. An Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Can Reduce Heart Failure Hospital Readmissions and Cost

              • Connie White - Williams, PhD, RN, NE-BC, FNAP, FAAN; UAB Hosptial; Birmingham, Alabama
              • Maria Shirey, PhD, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, ANEF, FACHE, FNAP, FAAN; UAB School of Nursing; Birmingham, Alabama

              Learner Objectives:

              1. Describe a nurse-led interprofessional collaborative practice care delivery model for underserved patients with heart failure.
              2. Describe the demographic and clinical characteristics, and readmission and cost differences of underserved patients with heart failure stratified into 3 groups: engaged, not-engaged, and not-established.
              3. Discuss the role of nursing leadership following a population health framework in interprofessional collaborative practice teams.
              4. Describe successful strategies to engage patients in their chronic disease management to achieve desirable patient and health system outcomes.

              3:45 - 4:45pm

              CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

              Moderator:
              Lisa Hedenstrom

              Breakout 14 - zoom link C

              35-R. Pandemic Impact, Intent to Leave and Nurses' Perceptions of Authentic Nurse Leadership and their Work Environment

              • Rosanne Raso, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, FAONL; NewYork-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell; New York, New York
              • Joyce Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, FNAP; Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, Ohio

              Learner Objectives:

              • Describe the presence of authentic nurse leadership and healthy work environment and their relationship in a pandemic year.
              • Delineate nurses perceptions of the pandemic impact on their practice and its effect on ANL and HWE.
              • Discuss implications of clinical nurses and nurse leaders intent to leave their positions.


              39-R. Nurses Stress, Burnout, and Telomere Biology: Implications for Nurse Leaders During and Beyond the Pandemic

              • Holly Wei, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; University of Louisville; Louisville, Kentucky

              Learner Objectives:

              1. The concepts of burnout and telomere biology.
              2. Prevalence of nurses stress and burnout.
              3. Relationships between nurses stress, burnout, and telomere lengths
              4:45 - 5pm
               Chair Yoga with Linda Roussel - zoom link A

              5 - 6pm

              CE: 1.00

              Moderator:
              Sonia Udod

              Keynote 5 - zoom link A

              The Future of Nursing Work & Education

              • Tatiana Sadak, PhD, PMHNP, RN, FAAN; University of Washington
              • Meaghan Kennedy, MSN/MHI, RN; University of Washington
              • Emily Rubin, RN; University of Washington

              Learner Objectives:

              1. Identify future nurse archetypes.
              2. Articulate how to transform nursing education guided by the four core pillars.Identify the trends and pressures driving the future of nursing & nursing education.
              3. Demonstrate how to create tactical opportunities for actionable transformation of the nursing profession and education.
                6 - 7pm

                ALSN Membership Meeting - zoom link A

                Time
                (eastern)

                Live Conference Sessions
                Beginning at 10am
                Monday, Oct 18
                top

                9:45 - 10am
                Welcome & Announcements - zoom link A

                10 - 11am

                CE: 1.00

                Moderator:
                Francine Snow

                Keynote 6 - zoom link A

                The Future of Nursing 2020-2030: Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity

                • Susan Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN; RWJF Senior Adviser for Nursing; Director, The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Princeton, New Jersey
                Learner Objectives:
                1. Describe why nurse well - being and health equity are the major issues facing nursing this decade. 
                2. List recommendations from the National Academy of Medicine report, The Future of Nursing 2020 - 2030: Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity.
                3. Describe three ways that they can get involved in advancing the report recommendations.

                    11 - 12pm

                    CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

                    Moderator:
                    Susan Weaver

                    Breakout 15 - zoom link A

                    57-EBP. Improving Nurse - Physician Communication

                    • Katie Hollifield, MSN, RN; Southern Union State Community College; Opelika, Alabama

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Use of standardized communication tool does improve communication among healthcare providers.
                    2. Observation and debriefing during the simulation allows the learner to reflect on their performance and discuss areas of communication which need improvement.


                    75-R. A novel component of practice environments related to engagement: Team virtuousness

                    • Lynn Varagona, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC; Kennesaw State University; Kennesaw, Georgia
                    • Nancy Ballard, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; Kennesaw State University; Atlanta, Georgia

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Discuss research findings pertaining to work team virtuousness.
                    2. Describe how the two components of hospital unit team virtuousness apply to their organizations.
                    3. Identify two things they can do to further develop team virtuousness among their unit staff.

                    11 - 12pm

                    CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

                    Moderator:
                    Holly Wei

                    Breakout 16 - zoom link B

                    63-QI. Narrative Nursing Leadership: Promoting the power of nurse leaders in a new decade

                    • Shelly Luger, RN, DNP, NE-A; Creighton University; Omaha, Nebraska
                    • Joyce Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, FNAP; Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, Ohio
                    Learner Objectives:
                    1. Identify the impact of narrative nursing leadership stories on nurse leaders.
                    2. Identify lessons learned from a narrative nursing leadership workshop.


                    48-R. Bridging the gap: How Researchers can (and must) Translate their Findings to benefit Nursing Leadership Practice

                    • Nora Warshawsky, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; University of Central Florida; Orlando, Florida
                    • Emily Cramer, PhD; University of Kansas; Kansas City, Kansas
                    • Elizabeth Grandfield, PhD; Utrecht University; Utrecht, Netherlands
                    • Ann Schlotzhauer; University of Central Florida; Orlando, Florida

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Identify individual and organizational factors that contribute to nurse manager success in creating positive work environments, RN outcomes, and quality patient care.
                    2. Translate research findings into practical guidelines for nurse manager success.
                    3. Develop strategies to accelerate the uptake of research to nursing leadership practice.

                    11 - 12pm

                    CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

                    Moderator:
                    Betsy Frank

                    Breakout 17 - zoom link C

                    90-EBP. Translating Patient Care Needs Into Viable Business Options

                    • Teresa D. Welch, EdD, MSN, RN, NEA-BC; The University of Alabama; Tuscaloosa, Alabama
                    • Todd B. Smith, PhD, MBA, MSHA, RN, NEA-BC; University of Alabama; Tuscaloosa, Alabama

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Describe the purpose and value of writing a business case plan when developing new services, ideas, or innovative changes.
                    2. Describe the purpose and value of writing a business case plan when competing for resources.
                    3. Identify key elements of the business case plan.

                    19-R. Competencies used by the DNP for the Health of Texans

                    • Ronda Mintz - Binder, DNP, RN, CNE; Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center; Lubbock, Texas
                    Learner Objectives:
                    1. Explore the current competencies of DNP executive nurse leaders / administrators in Texas.
                    2. Describe how the AACN DNP competencies have impacted executive leadership DNP - prepared nurses.
                    3. Compare and contrast APRN and non - APRN DNP executive leaders competencies most readily used in practice in Texas.
                    4. Compare and contrast age as a variable for use of certain "soft skills" by executive leadership graduate DNPs in practice in Texas
                    12 - 12:15pm
                    Chair Yoga with Linda Roussel - zoom link A

                    12:15 - 1:15pm

                    CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

                    Moderator:
                    Mikel Hand

                    Breakout 18 - zoom link B

                    24-R. The Lived Experience of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Recipients: U.S. Nursing Program Graduates Pathways to Licensure

                    • Deborah Richardson, Ed.D, RN; Dalton State College; Dalton, Georgia

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Describe challenges faced by DACA recipients who are U.S. nursing program graduates who pursue registered nurse licensure.
                    2. Identify resources that can help DACA recipients succeed in becoming registered nurses.
                    3. Identify policies that nurse leaders can implement to support DACA recipients pursuing careers in nursing.
                    4. Create a personal plan of advocacy to lead policy change and allow DACA recipients who are U.S. nursing program graduates to contribute to diversity in the nursing workforce and nursing education.


                    86-R. The Current State of the Interim Nurse Manager Role:  The Impact on Nurse and Patient Outcomes

                    • Sandra Galura, PhD, RN; University of Central Florida; Orlando, Florida
                    • Nora Warshawsky, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; University of Central Florida; Orlando, Florida

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Identify the job resources and job demands associated with the interim nurse manager role and the impact on nurse and patient outcomes.
                    2. Translate research findings into role preparation and support strategies for successful interim nurse manager leadership.

                    12:15 - 1:15pm

                    CE: 1.00 (3o minutes per session)

                    Moderator:
                    Nancy Ballard

                    Breakout 19 - zoom link C

                    23-QI. Automating Inventory Management in an Operating Room: Improving Nurse Workload and Efficiency

                    • Betty Jo Rocchio, DNP, RN, CRNA, CENP; Mercy; Chesterfield, Missouri

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Describe the the process for implementing technology in an operating room supported by current literature.
                    2. Understand and define the process metrics that drive the outcome metric of preference card accuracy.
                    3. Describe the optimized workflow of the operating room nurse with scanning technology introduction and how this contributes to nurse workload and efficiency.


                    69-R. The Effect of Acuity-Based Nurse Staffing on Nursing Medication Errors

                    • Eugene Waterval, PhD, RN, NE-BC; Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center; Orlando, Florida

                    Learner Objectives:

                    1. Examine the role of the electronic patient classification systems in measuring nursing workload.
                    2. Understand the association of the electronic patient classification system in predicting nursing medication errors.

                    1:15 - 2:15pm

                    CE: 1.00

                    Moderator:
                    Nora Warshawski

                    Keynote 7 - zoom link A

                    Implementing the New ACCN Competencies for Nursing Leadership

                    • Joan Stanley, PhD; Chief Academic Officer, American Association of Colleges of Nursing; Washington, DC

                      2:15 - 3:15pm

                      CE: 1.00

                      Moderator:
                      Lyn Losty

                      Keynote 8 - zoom link A

                      Keynote Address: Politics … Navigating with I. D. E. A. S.

                      • Rumay Alexander, EdD, RN, FAAN; Clinical Professor Adult Health, Health & Social Justice; UNC School of Nursing; Chapel Hill, North Carolina

                      Learner Objectives:

                      1. Discuss the ways of "Good Trouble" and determinants of politics.
                      2. Examine the collective tissue between the KPIs of inclusive excellence, leadership and political labels.
                      3. Analyze and address the ways of experience; gaining insights navigating, co-creating  and executing strategies to bridge the political divides.
                        3:15 - 3:30pm
                        Conference Closing - zoom link A
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