Program Date/Time: Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 1 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. CT
Healthcare like the rest of the world is currently in a state of unpredictability. Change, uncertainty, and vulnerability are all descriptors that can be applied to patient care and the needs of healthcare providers, particularly nurses brought about by the dominant takeover of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite the onset of the pandemic’s health threat, patients sill expect uncompromised care and healthcare providers such as nurses, have their own needs to be fulfilled. Subsequently, maintaining safe patient care at the highest level has become more of a challenge. The inception of high reliable organizations play a pivotal role in ensuring safe care and the needs of nurses are met.
In this session, we will take a look at the importance of how to maintain safe and quality patient care needs, as well as, how to ensure the needs of nurses hold a sense of prioritization for healthcare leaders. We will also look at the role of nurse resiliency plays in providing safe care needs. Finally, we will discuss the influence that high reliable organizations have on promoting an environment of care and concern for the well-being of both patients and nurses alike.
- Define resilience and identify things that can impact it
- Define “just culture”
- Identify pros and cons of nurse resiliency, along with ways to enhance nurse resiliency
- Identify the 3 pillars of high reliable organizations (HRO)
- Explain how nurse resiliency and HRO correlate
- Discuss ways nurse resiliency promotes optimal quality and safe care outcomes