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Study Title: Nurse Leader Ethical Concerns During COVID-19 pandemic

November 7, 2022

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!

R3: Resilient Nurses Initiative, Maryland in collaboration with the American Organization of Nurse Leaders (AONL) is seeking participants for a national research study about nurse leaders’ ethical concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.   If you are a nurse leader age 18 or older, who has been practicing nursing in the United States since 2019 (or before), please click here https://nursingjhu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9tVTM6H6RM52YQu to participate in a survey. Participation in this survey is completely voluntary. Please contact Dr. Cynda Rushton, Principal Investigator, at [email protected] or (410) 614-2223 with any questions [JHM IRBApplication Number:  IRB00332536]

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CNA Launches New Website

CNA is proud to announce the launch of its redesigned website. This has been in the works for weeks and the launch date is finally here and located at the same address: www.coloradonurses.org.

The new site was designed with a more interesting and modern appearance, easier navigation, and it's user-friendly. We welcome members and non-members to view CNA's lastest news posts, upcoming events calendarmember benefits, and more! 

 

 

Next CNA Statewide Members-Only Town Hall Meeting - Nov. 30

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022 | 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

This FREE members-only webinar meeting will feature:

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERTerry Chase, ND, MA, RN, will present, A Wholehearted Life: One Step at a Time”

Dr. Terry Chase will share her personal experience of a catastrophic spinal cord injury and her transformation resulting in personal and professional growth.  This interactive and engaging session offers an interesting and inspiring mix of personal challenge, positive psychology, grounded wisdom, and a call-to-action for healthcare providers. Dr. Chase skillfully integrates her personal lived experience with an eclectic balance of education and professional training. This session will offer practical exercises and skill building activities for attendees to live fully with resilience, grace, and grit. (See Dr. Chase's bio on this web page). 

AND...

Association Updates From:

  • Laura Rosenthal, CNA President
  • Membership Committee
  • GAPP Committee
  • Lobbying Team

Members will be provided with the Zoom information closer to the meeting.

If you are unable to attend this live meeting, it will be recorded and available to members on the CNA website.

 

A Systematic Approach to Ethical Decision-Making for Nurses

(Risk Management Article Courtesy of NSO)

Throughout their careers, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other nursing professionals will encounter challenging situations at work that present ethical dilemmas. Deciding what to do in these situations can cause significant stress, as the appropriate course of action can vary depending on each unique set of circumstances. This article reviews a model that nursing professionals can use as a guide to help them gain a better understanding of conflicting issues and navigate ethical dilemmas.

Read Here
 

Where Have All the Nurses Gone? A Look at the National Nursing Shortage and Potential Solutions.

October 25, 2022

THIS IS A SPECIAL INVITE TO ALL NURSES! SHARE IT!

Below is the invite to our Denver Medical Study Group Nov. 2nd webinar with Laura Rosenthal, DNP, ACHP, FAANP, President of Colorado Nurses Association. Dr. Rosenthal will be sharing not only the issues that you have been dealing with during the past two plus years (and before), but also potential solutions to this crisis of workforce shortage. 

Please join us November 2nd at 11:30 am MT for a presentation with Laura D. Rosenthal, DNP, ACNP, FAANP; Assistant Dean of DNP Programs and Associate Professor of College of Nursing, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and President of Colorado Nurses Association. This presentation will cover the nursing shortage that is a long-standing problem that has received due attention during the pandemic. Now more than ever, nurses are in high demand to continue caring for patients in all settings of health care. How did we get here? We will review some of the contributing factors to this ongoing shortage.

The American Nurses Association along with the American Nurses Foundation have conducted many surveys on nursing mental health and work environments. The Colorado Nurses Association also reached out to members early in the pandemic and listened to their stories. We will hear some of these stories, consider findings from these surveys, and talk about how lack of nursing staff affects patient outcomes. It must be recognized that there is no one solution that will solve the nursing shortage or the issues associated with burnout and mental health in all health care disciplines. Many solutions are in place and innovative models are developing. Examples of how different entities can contribute to the solution will be specified.

His topic will be “Where Have All the Nurses Gone? A Look at the National Nursing Shortage and Potential Solutions."

Take Aways:

  1. There is no one single solution to solve the national nursing shortage.
  2. Multiple sectors (Hospital and Long-Term Care Associations, Schools of Nursing, Health Care Facility Leadership, Community Partners, and Legislators) must work together on viable solutions.
  3. Adequate nurse staffing improves patient outcomes.
  4. The mental health and wellbeing of our health care workforce, in general, is suffering and although resiliency training is nice, changing the landscape of health care is better. 

About Our Speaker

Laura Rosenthal is an Associate Professor and the Assistant Dean of DNP Programs at the University of Colorado, College of Nursing. She has 15-years of experience as an acute care nurse practitioner in the Division of Hospital Medicine at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Michigan in 2000.  She then finished her master’s degree in Nursing from Case Western Reserve University in 2006.

In 2011, she completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree; a degree created to prepare nurses for a continuously evolving healthcare landscape and to contribute interventions to improve patient safety and quality of care in populations and systems.

She has served as the Colorado State Representative to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and currently serves as the President for the Colorado Nurses Association. Her focus in advocacy surrounds increasing access to care for all individuals through removing barriers to practice for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses.

 

 

 


WHEN: Wednesday, November 2nd, 11:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. MT- Mountain Time

WHEREOnline. This will be a Virtual Event through GoToWebinar

REGISTER:   In order to offset increasing expenses associated with our presentations and to continue promoting a quality product, there is a $20.00 charge for this event.

RSVP for this month’s event by clicking the appropriate button below.


 

 

 

 
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