20NE038 - MAHEC's Project ECHO®: Nurse Executive/Advanced Nurse Certification Review Course (8-Part Video Teleconference Series)

Apr 6–Apr 10, 2020 Filled Nursing

20NE038 - MAHEC's Project ECHO®: Nurse Executive/Advanced Nurse Certification Review Course (8-Part Video Teleconference Series)

Description

Project ECHO® is a lifelong learning and guided practice model that revolutionizes nursing education to provide convenient best-practice specialty nursing care. ECHO is led by an expert or team that uses multi-point videoconferencing to conduct virtual learning sessions.

Today’s nursing executives and managers are expected to maintain competency in their role. Certification, as a Nurse Executive or Nurse Executive-Advanced, is one way to assure an understanding of management theory and its practical applications.

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This ECHO will offer practical applications, solid strategies, and an overview of the key issues that will be tested in these exams.

Please Note: This ECHO is available on either Mondays OR Fridays. Choose the series that best fits your schedule!

2020 Sessions

Mondays or Fridays 2 - 4pm | Must login at 1:45 pm for attendance

SESSIONDATES (Mon or Fri)TOPIC
1February 17 or 21Test requirements, Leadership, Governance, and Regulation
2February 24 or 28Problem Solving and Continuous Quality Improvement
3March 2 or 6Nursing Research: Differences, Types and Ethical Issues
4March 9 or 13Human Capital Management
5March 16 or 20Nursing Innovations and Computerization; Question and Answer
6March 23 or 27Politics and Fiscal Management of Health Care Facilities
7March 30 or April 3Fundamentals of Finance and the Budget Process
8April 6 or 10Legal and Ethical Issues Unionization

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Target Audience

Individuals in mid-level administrative or higher positions, faculty positions teaching nursing administration to graduate students, executive consultants, nurse managers or directors.

Objectives

  • Identify the theoretical and structural systems that are important for the successful operation of a nursing department
  • Discuss how to use a CQI team approach to problem solve by critically assessing processes, functions and delivery of diverse solutions
  • Discuss the strategic role nursing leaders have in transferring research to outcomes
  • Discuss the human resources issues that need to be addressed to create an efficient, effective, and satisfying work environment
  • Discuss how nursing informatics competencies are necessary to augment traditional executive skills and support transformational outcomes of safe, integrated, high-quality care delivery
  • Examine the value of healthcare financial management to the management functions and the changing face of healthcare
  • Review the financial and marketing issues that need to be addressed for cost containment
  • Discuss the professional ethical and bioethical issues important for today’s nurse leaders to understand
  • Identify the key issues related to labor relations and professional liability of nurses

Faculty

  • Lourdes M. Lorenz-Miller, RN MSN NEA-BC AHN-BC

Sessions

Session 8: Legal and Ethical Issues Unionization (4/6 or 4/10)
4/6 2:00 PM–4/10 4:00 PM

Fees

$265.00 Registration Fee (Full Series)
Applies 2/11/20–4/10/20
Brochure / Registration Form