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Shared Decision-Making Bundle - Self-Paced Online Course

Regular Price: $312.00
Online CE Expiration: 01/01/2019
5 Contact Hours
Presented by Ana

Saving you over $50.00 if you bought these courses separately, this bundle is essential for any leader who manages staff, especially for those on the Pathway to Excellence journey.

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In this five-course course bundle from ANA, we give you the skills and strategies leaders need to create and maintain an environment where shared decision making is successfully managed for your organization. Saving you over $50.00 if you bought these courses separately, this bundle is essential for any leader who manages staff, especially for those on the Pathway to Excellence journey.

The 5 courses included in this bundle are:

  • Ethical Challenges Facing Nursing Leaders: Your Path to Success
  • Diversity Matters: Create an Inclusive Nursing Culture That Leads to Better Outcomes
  • Values-Based Leadership: Creating a Culture of Ownership
  • Tips and Tools for Shared Governance for Nurses
  • How Nurses Can Learn to Take Charge in a Hospital

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Translate strategies used to engage staff in shared decision making.
  • Describe best leadership practices in creating and promoting an environment for nurse-driven governance.
  • Learn about the top ethical challenges that health care leaders face and how to address them quickly and appropriately.
  • Get real-world guidance on how to leverage American Nurses Association's Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements in order to identify and address elements of safety, quality and patient care.
  • Receive best practice tips for creating an ethical culture for you, your team and your organization.
  • Obtain key insights on what your obligations are as a nurse manager when dealing with ethical issues.
  • Review practical nurse-related ethics case studies that can be used as future reference resources.
  • Articulate a comprehensive definition of diversity.
  • Describe the five dysfunctions of a team and their impact on team effectiveness.
  • Explain symbolic violence and how it shows up.
  • Define and describe integral theory and how it can be used to enhance interprofessionalism.
  • Utilize a specific methodology to transform and to accelerate higher-functioning teamwork.
  • Describe the steps involved in moving from a culture of accountability to a culture of ownership.
  • Explain how to design the Invisible Architecture™ of your organization.
  • Describe three best practices for managing a cultural transformation.
  • Learning how to effectively delegate.
  • Improving communication skills – verbal and non-verbal.
  • How to improve decision-making skills.
  • How to handle volatile situations.
  • How to adjust to new leadership and management roles effectively.

Presented By

Tanya F. Lott, MSN, RN-BC
Lott is the Magnet Program Director for Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital, a part of Roper St. Francis Healthcare, in Charleston, South Carolina.
Nancy Blake, PhD, RN, CCRN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Nursing Director at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Dana Bjarnason, PhD, RN, NE-BC
Bjarnason is the Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for OHSU Healthcare and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs for OHSU School of Nursing.
Joe Tye, CEO, Values-Based coaching Inc,
Tye provides consulting, training, and coaching on values-based leadership and cultural transformation. Tye earned a master’s degree in hospital administration from the University of Iowa and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is the author or coauthor of 12 books.
G. Rumay Alexander, EdD, RN, FAAN
Clinical professor and director, Office of Multicultural Affairs, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, National League for Nursing board member.
Karen Howard
Vice president, Early learning policy, First Focus.Howard is the vice president for early learning policy at First Focus, an organization that advocates making children a priority in policy and budget decisions.
Marilyn Haynes-Brokopp, MS, RN-BC
Clinical associate professor and director, Center for Professional Development and Outreach, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing. A professional nurse since 1980 and a nurse educator since 1995, Haynes-Brokopp is an ANCC board-certified community and public health nurse.

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The American Nurses Association Center for Continuing Education and Professional Development is accredited as a provider of continuing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

ANCC Provider Number 0023

ANA is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP6178

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