Building a Culture of Caring and Empowerment

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 301B
Date: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018
Time: 11:40 AM - 12:10 PM

Description:

Boswell, C., Opton, L., Owen, DC. (2017). Exploring Shared Governance for an Academic Nursing Setting. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(4): 197-203.

Fisher, C.A., Jabara, J., Poudrier, L., Williams, T., Wallen, G.R. (2016). Shared governance: The way to staff satisfaction and retention. Nursing Manager 47(11): 14-16

Laschinger, Heather. (2012) Conditions for Work Effectiveness Questionnaire I and II: User Manual. Western University. Ontario, Canada.

Smith, Marlaine; Parker, Marilyn (01/2015). Nursing Theories and Nursing Practice (Parker, Nursing Theories and Nursing Practice) F.A. Davis Company.
Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: This presentation discusses the effect of a shared governance model on improving staff engagement and empowerment and its impact on job satisfaction and retention rates. It explores various strategies for soliciting staff feedback, partnering with leadership to develop action plans and creating constructive channels of communication.
Primary Presenter Bio: Adam has been a pediatric nurse in the ED for 5 years and was the co-chair of the Shared Governance committee in his unit during the time of their project. In conjunction with his co-chair, Fidelity Dominguez, they paved new paths for how Shared Governance functioned within their unit and have mentored other units within their hospital on principles of Shared Governance Structures. They have shared their work at the ED Director CHA conference in 2016 and the 29th Annual Rocky Mountain Interprofessional Research and Evidenced-Based Practice Symposium in 2017.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Hospital Colorado
Presenter 2 Institution: Children's Hospital Colorado
Presenter 2 Bio: Fidelity has been a registered nurse for 15 years, 11 of which have been at a pediatric ED level one trauma center. Fidelity has been very active in re-designing her hospital's Professional Practice Model, sits on the Nursing Governance board and has served as Chair of the Shared Governance committee in the ED for the past 3 years. Along with Adam, her co-chair, they have reinvigorated Shared governance structures both within their unit and across Children's hospital.
Session Type: Leadership and Management

Session Description: This presentation discusses the effect of a shared governance model on improving staff engagement and empowerment and its impact on job satisfaction and retention rates. It explores various strategies for soliciting staff feedback, partnering with leadership to develop action plans and creating constructive channels of communication.
Primary Presenter Bio: Adam has been a pediatric nurse in the ED for 5 years and was the co-chair of the Shared Governance committee in his unit during the time of their project. In conjunction with his co-chair, Fidelity Dominguez, they paved new paths for how Shared Governance functioned within their unit and have mentored other units within their hospital on principles of Shared Governance Structures. They have shared their work at the ED Director CHA conference in 2016 and the 29th Annual Rocky Mountain Interprofessional Research and Evidenced-Based Practice Symposium in 2017.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Hospital Colorado
Presenter 2 Institution: Children's Hospital Colorado
Presenter 2 Bio: Fidelity has been a registered nurse for 15 years, 11 of which have been at a pediatric ED level one trauma center. Fidelity has been very active in re-designing her hospital's Professional Practice Model, sits on the Nursing Governance board and has served as Chair of the Shared Governance committee in the ED for the past 3 years. Along with Adam, her co-chair, they have reinvigorated Shared governance structures both within their unit and across Children's hospital.