Date: December 9, 2013
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm (ET)
Today safety science calls for transparency in error and near-miss (ENM) reporting, and putting processes in place for reporting, responding to and preventing the occurrence and recurrence of ENMs. However, schools of nursing (SONs) have not kept pace with this philosophical change. Rather than learning from student ENMs, students may be counseled, reprimanded or dismissed. Faculty are often reluctant to share information on student performance among each other, believing that such information will ‘color’ a colleague’s view of a student. This webinar will describe the results of a national study on SON policies and practices for reporting nursing student ENMs – and make recommendations that SONs can adopt for improving the tracking, trending, and ultimately reducing, of nursing student ENMs.
Jane Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN, Professor
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
QSEN Expertise - My clinical expertise, scholarship and teaching are focused on evidence?based practice, patient safety and quality improvement. As a QSEN core faculty member, I have worked with faculty in numerous schools of nursing assisting them to integrate the QSEN competencies into the curriculum and to partner with clinical agencies to promote safe care and sound learning experiences for students.
Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN
Clinical Professor & Director, Katharine J Densfordm International Center for Nursing Leadership, Katherine R. and C. Walton Lillehei Chair in Nursing Leadership, University of Minnesota School of Nursing
QSEN Expertise - The QSEN initiative is having a great impact on helping nurse faculty nationwide develop state of the art competency in teaching key quality and safety concepts. In addition to being a QSEN core faculty member, my clinical expertise, scholarship and teaching are focused on leadership and nurse/physician relationships.
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NOTE: Only faculty of AACN Member Schools can participate in this AACN Faculty Webinar.