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Quality and Safety Education for Nurses

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IHI Open School Online Courses

Title: Online courses to build fundamental improvement and safety skills The IHI Open School provides training, tools, and a vibrant community that will help you and your team improve care. Open School 2 Pager FINAL...


March 31, 2016
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NurseTim Webinars

Included under Faculty Resources; you will now have access to a wonderful set of Webinars provided by NurseTim Inc. NurseTim Inc. provides faculty development and continuing education for nurse educators. View...


March 25, 2016
QSEN Crosswalk

QSEN, Joint Commission, and Magnet Cro ...

Aligning Healthcare Safety and Quality Competencies: Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN), The Joint Commission, and American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet® Standards Crosswalk Giancarlo Lyle-Edrosolo, DNP(c), RN, NE-BC, CNL, CCRN-CMC, PHN, CPhT , KT Waxman, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL, CENP, CHSE Published on Nurse Leader (Februrary 2016 issue).  Access the article...


March 16, 2016
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Florida QSEN Summit a Success

On March 4, Nurses came from across the state to Jacksonville University. They came to learn, to meet, to fill a box on a continuing-education form. And they came to talk about the dangers of bullying in hospitals. About 200 nurses and professors and students came to the statewide Quality and Safety Education for Nurses summit to hear researchers describe what they believed to be the best practices for preventing infection and improving safety and reporting errors. But the discussion that made the room buzz and hands stretch up with questions and examples was the discussion on bullying. View the full article here:...


March 7, 2016