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AONL Webinar Archive: Wellness and Self-Care

Teri Pipe, PhD Arizona State University’s Chief Well-Being Officer discusses the importance of wellness and self-care in nursing.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Administrative Supervisors: Getting Safely Through The Shift

The administrative or house supervisor is the nurse leader present on the evening night, and weekend shifts when the unit managers, directors, and hospital administrators are not in the hospital. Although this role has existed in hospitals for more than a century, recent research has identified these nurse leaders lack role specific education. This webinar will provide a historical overview of the administrative supervisor role, an explanation of the supervisor’s role responsibilities to ensure the patients, staff and hospital get safely through the shift, and an update on the latest recent research findings. This webinar will conclude with a discussion of a night supervisor’s experience with a hospital fire and flood along with lessons learned from this supervisor’s experience.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Age-Friendly Health Systems

During this webinar the team form the John A. Hartford Foundation, describes the Age Friendly Health System Initiative, its essential elements and nursing’s critical contribution to this focused shift in care.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Diverse Nurse Leaders

Understand the barriers to career advancement stated by mid- and executive-level diverse nursing leaders. Recognize opportunities to improve organizational culture and support the expansion of diversity nursing leadership.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Developing a Peer Support Program

During this webinar Patricia Folarelli from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center describes the importance of peer support and the processes for identification and recruitment of peer supporters.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Evidence Based Peer Review

During this webinar Barbara Haag-Heitman, from Nursing Consulting Partners, identifies the role of peer review in facilitating accountability and how to implement a peer review process using evidence based principles.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Gaming: An Innovative Way to Engage Today's Workforce

During this webinar Susan Finlayson from Mercy Medical Center explores a variety of mechanic and tools that changed the way health care professionals learn resulted in improved knowledge retention.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: How to Write a Solid Abstract

Learn how to write an abstract presentation for the AONL 2020 Annual Conference. Abstracts can be submitted in five different presentations - posters, podium, ignite, pop-up and collaborative conversations. Abstract submissions for the AONL 2020 Annual Conference open June 13.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Improving Health, Well-being, and Joy in Nurses

During this webinar Marla Weston, from Weston Consulting, LLC, integrates the research on nurses’ health, neurobiological behavior change, and socioeconomic transformation that enables nurse leaders to make meaningful change in the health of the nurse population.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Leadership Competencies for Health Care: I Have to Know What?!

Nursing leaders are needed at all levels, in all settings. The workforce is aging and shortages in nursing faculty results in qualified nursing school candidates are turned away in record numbers. Shortages of qualified and willing nursing leaders means nearly 67,000 nursing leadership positions will remain unfilled by 2020. Challenges exist in creating new leaders including selection, development, lack of focus on leader preparation, and an unrealistic number of leadership competencies. Hundreds of leader competencies are described in the literature with no agreement on what constitutes best practices. A metasummary of the literature has given us a place to start and conceptual frameworks exist through which this content can be delivered in a manner that supports the desired outcomes: 1. recognize healthcare is a business and the business of healthcare is caring 2. balance the science of business with the heart of caring, never sacrificing that which defines nursing Transformational leadership requires leaders have the vision to “take people where they don’t want to go but ought to be” – this includes providing growth and development opportunities for all nurses. Responding to the IOM call to action is only possible through transforming this vision into reality.

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