2022 QSEN International Forum
June 1-3, 2022 | Denver Sheraton Downtown Hotel, Denver CO
|Book: Nurses’ Contributions to Quality Health Outcomes|
A new book for researchers and clinicians provides an up-to-date understanding of the Quality Health Outcomes Model. It contains a comprehensive body of evidence to support an updated, state-of-art view of how system, client, and interventions affect client, nurse, and organizational outcomes. Get a 20% discount from Springer. More information.
|White paper: Just Culture and Second Victim Phenomenon|
Critical competencies related to medication errors, adverse events, the second victim phenomenon, and culture of patient care should be included in learning outcomes and captured spontaneously in teachable moments throughout a nurse’s educational experience. More information.
|Survey: QSEN Competencies in Graduate-Level Curricula|
Do MSN and DNP faculty integrate QSEN competencies into their teaching? All graduate-level faculty and leaders are invited to help researchers answer this question by completing an anonymous 12-question survey. For more information
|Call to Action: Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation|
Join the ANA’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation Grand Challenge, an initiative to connect and engage nurses, employers, and organizations around improving health in five areas: physical activity, nutrition, rest, quality of life, and safety. More information. Also, view a recording of a cooking event sponsored by ANA Enterprise and Morrison Healthcare. Chef Bal Arenson and Dean Carol Musil from the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing and Dean Patricia Sharpnack from the Breen School of Nursing Ursuline College share a recipe for making Coconut Chick Pea Bowl.
|QSEN Virtual Pre-Conference: June 1 Recap|
If you missed the QSEN Virtual Pre-conference event, view a recording of AACN’s Kathy McGuinn, MSN, CPHQ, as she shares an update on the New AACN Essentials.
QSEN June Newsletter
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