Walk a Mile in My Shoes; Improving Employee Engagement & Interprofessional Relationships

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 202
Date: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018
Time: 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Description:

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Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: This presentation discusses the development of a staff driven pilot to improve employee engagement, specifically interprofessional relationships on the medical-surgical pediatric unit within the in a 266-bed non-profit combination academic/community hospital.
Primary Presenter Bio: Amy Goldberg has been a pediatric nurse for ten years. She has been a formal leader on her unit for five years. In addition to SPN, Amy is involved with ACNL and AONE. She is passionate about creating a healthy work environment for nurses everywhere.
Primary Presenter Institution: UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Presenter 2 Institution: UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Presenter 2 Bio: Sharon Doggett is the Assistant Unit Director has been a pediatric nurse for thirteen years. She is passionate about quality care for pediatric patients, healthy work environments for nurses and interdisciplinary team members.
Presenter 3 Bio: DJ Tamondong is a Night Shift Lead Nurse. She is enthusiastic about improving the relationships between interdisciplinary team members in the hospital.
Presenter 3 Institution: UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: This presentation discusses the development of a staff driven pilot to improve employee engagement, specifically interprofessional relationships on the medical-surgical pediatric unit within the in a 266-bed non-profit combination academic/community hospital.
Primary Presenter Bio: Amy Goldberg has been a pediatric nurse for ten years. She has been a formal leader on her unit for five years. In addition to SPN, Amy is involved with ACNL and AONE. She is passionate about creating a healthy work environment for nurses everywhere.
Primary Presenter Institution: UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Presenter 2 Institution: UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Presenter 2 Bio: Sharon Doggett is the Assistant Unit Director has been a pediatric nurse for thirteen years. She is passionate about quality care for pediatric patients, healthy work environments for nurses and interdisciplinary team members.
Presenter 3 Bio: DJ Tamondong is a Night Shift Lead Nurse. She is enthusiastic about improving the relationships between interdisciplinary team members in the hospital.
Presenter 3 Institution: UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica