Today in Nursing Leadership
Where the most meaningful discussions for nurse leaders happen.
A podcast from the American Organization for Nursing Leadership
Success for leaders means staying one step ahead. Tune into Today in Nursing Leadership for monthly conversations with nursing leadership experts, featuring information, insights and innovations that drive change and provoke action. In each episode, hear from experts highlighting challenges facing nurse leaders today and how to navigate these for success.
Anne Pedersen and Joanne Sorensen discuss how implementing a transparent approach following a medical error positively impacts patient and provider satisfaction as well as litigation risk. Learn more.
Karen White-Trevino explores how evidence-based, caring micro-practices can be integrated into the daily workflow of RNs working in the acute care setting. Caring micro-practices are actionable activities that operationalize the ethic of caring.Learn more.
Anna Kiger, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, FAONL, discusses how hospitals are challenged with managing the homeless patient population. Learn about one system's approach to managing the population's needs where they are - in the homeless neighborhoods and camps. Learn more.
Katherine Howell, MBA, RN, NEA-BC shares leadership tactics and hard-won lessons learned to remove redundant structures and processes from our frontline nurses. Learn more.
Stuart Downs, DNP, RN, CENP, FAONL, discusses the limited methods of ethics education for nurse leaders and how to fill this gap. Learn more.